WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a powerful Peal Harbor Remembrance Day address to the nation, Vice President Kamala Harris urged Americans to take some time to quietly remember January 6.
"Pearl Harbor was bad. They dropped bombs on big, big boats. But January 6 was even more bad," said Harris in her speech. "They did an insurrection. An insurrection on the government. And we almost became a Nazi country. Remember it? We should all remember. The passage of time is very significant, but it will never make January 6 go away from our hearts. Amen."
The administration observed a moment of silence and lowered the flags to half-staff in remembrance of that day that will live in infamy.
"Let us now observe a moment of silence. Remember AOC, who died several times that day. Remember the bloodshed and the carnage. Remember our democracy, which was almost murdered. And also Pearl Harbor too. But remember January 6 more. I love space! It's big!" Kamala concluded.
Biden also attempted to address the nation but was pulled off stage when he started telling the story of how he fended off thousands of bloodthirsty Ultra-MAGA at the Capitol with nothing but a rusty switchblade.
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