Nicholas Haros Jr., whose mother died in the September 11 attack 17 years ago, harshly criticized Democrats for politicizing the terrorist attack after reading the victims during a memorial service in New York City on Tuesday.
"Stop, stop," said Haros after paying tribute to his mother Frances. & # 39; Please stop using the bones and ashes of our loved ones as accessories in your political theater & # 39;
"They are lives, sacrifices and death are worth much more". Do not trivialize us or us, it hurts, "he added.
Nicholas Haros Jr. asked the Democrats to stop politicizing September 11. His mother, Frances Haros, 76, worked on the 89th floor of the South Tower
It is believed that he was referring to a comment by Senator Cory Booker during the confirmation hearing of the Supreme Court of Brett Kavanaugh
Reminded: Frances Haros was a receptionist at Keefe Bruyette & Woods, an investment and securities brokerage bank, on the 89th floor of the South Tower. She had not wanted to retire and had been commuted every day from her home in Staten Island.
"For my mother and for all of you and your loved ones, never forget it," concluded Haros to applaud.
Haros listed specific examples of his grievances, which were incidents that are believed to involve Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, who is said to be considering running for president in 2020.
"This year, a representative of the House referred to our loss as one more incident," he said.
At a press conference in June on Capitol Hill, Pelosi referred to the terrorist attack that left almost 3,000 people dead as an "incident".
She was talking about the border enforcement policy when she made the comment.
"When we had the September 11 incident," Pelosi said, "the commission was formed and the recommendations made." They made recommendations to protect the United States, and some went over our borders, and the Republicans did not take them.
Haros also said a senator attacked President Donald Trump's presidential candidate, Brett Kavanaugh, as "racist" for his comments after September 11. Kavanaugh worked in Bush's White House at that time.
"And last week, a senator attacked a Supreme Court nominee and called him a racist for his alleged comments after September 11," he said.
It is also believed to refer to a time when Nancy Pelosi described the September 11 attacks as an "incident".
Haros Frances's mother died in the September 11 attack in New York City
Booker, in his time & # 39; Spartacus & # 39; who later scoffed, said last week that he would release confidential documents that the Senate Judiciary Committee received about the nominee, which turned out to have already been made public.
One of those documents was a Kavanaugh email from 2002 with the topic "racial profile". which includes internal White House discussions on whether airport security and other security forces should fight for a "neutral" system in the wake of the September 11 attacks.
Kavanaugh referred to a possible interim policy and wrote "people (like you and me) who generally favor effective security measures that are race neutral." DO need to deal with, and deal with now, the provisional question of what To do before a real one is implemented an effective and comprehensive neutral race system. & # 39;