Never Forget: A New York Firefighter Shares His 9/11 Stories
Sept. 11, 2001, is a date that looms large in the American psyche. For many of us, the horrific images on TV of burning and collapsing towers, civilians jumping to their deaths, and endless seas of rubble are forever etched in memory.
But for Americans born after 9/11, it can be difficult to fully comprehend the impact of a horrific event they didn't witness.
Niels Jorgensen is a retired New York City firefighter who helped dig through the debris at ground zero in search of the injured and missing. He is also the host of the "20 For 20" podcast, a show highlighting 20 heroic stories about 9/11 for the 20th anniversary of that horrible day.
Jorgensen joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to share his stories, as well as some ways that we can honor the victims of 9/11 and keep their memories alive.
We also cover these stories:
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- Press secretary Jen Psaki defends Biden’s decision to ask former Trump administration officials to resign from advisory boards at military service academies.
- U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announces that the Justice Department will go to court to challenge Texas' new pro-life law.
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