It’s tradition on the September 11 anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Washington and New York for members of Congress to remember the victims and praise the first responders who saved hundreds if not thousands of lives.

Every year the politicians promise to remember. But this year, it was noticeable when some Democrats didn’t.

With the chaos division of the Democrat Party leading riots every night in Portland and nearly every weekend in a major U.S. city demanding police be defunded, not everyone was willing to thank our armed first responders, like these guys:

And these officers.

And don’t forget this police officer.

But some did forget, including Democrat U.S. Reps. Diana DeGette, Ed Perlmutter, Joe Neguse, and Jason Crow.



Those Democrats could not put aside petty politics on 9/11 of all days to thank the police officers at Ground Zero, or their own police officers who evacuated the Capitol and escorted lawmakers away from danger.

Who kept their word and remembrered? Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner.


John Hickenlooper, the Democrat’s U.S. Senate candidate challenging Gardner, managed to thank first responders.

But it seems like Hick did forgot something.

That’s it. Hick forgot to thank the taxpayers for paying his legal bills out of the 9/11 relief fund when he violated those ethics rules as governor.