Come watch AG Holder’s Senate testimony Wednesday 11/18

Update: AG Holder’s testimony this morning (Wednesday, November 18) will be covered live on C-Span 3, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Update II:

Video of AG Holder’s testimony, morning session.

Video of AG Holder’s testimony, afternoon session.

Video of AG Holder being confronted by 9/11 family members after his testimony.

On Wednesday, November 18, 2009, Attorney General Eric Holder will attempt to explain his decision to bring war criminal Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to trial in Manhattan’s federal courtroom six blocks from Ground Zero.

This is our Action Alert to you:

Americans, it is time to unite, not as Republicans or Democrats, not as Conservatives or Liberals or Progressives.

It is time to unite as CITIZENS.

President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder have forgotten that their chief duty is the safety and the security of the American people.


AG Eric Holder will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, November 18, to testify about the administration’s plan to bring Khalid Sheikh Mohammed back to the scene of Al Qaeda’s greatest single atrocity–Ground Zero–where he will brag about the slaughter of 3,000 innocent men, women and children and his lawyers will tell a “jury of his peers” that HE is a victim of the U.S. Government.

This is insanity.

Please join 9/11 Families for a Safe & Strong America, firefighters of and Keep America Safe in Washington, D.C. to tell Eric Holder and members of Congress,


We know this is short notice….but that’s how the Administration planned it…they are counting on you just sitting this out, yelling at the cable news coverage of this outrage instead of showing up and changing the narrative in the MSM echo chamber.

Where: Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room G-50
Constitution Avenue and 1st Street, NE
U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

When: Wednesday, November 18, 9:30 am

Who: Attorney General Eric Holder (testimony)

Note: 100,000 people have co-signed our letter to President Obama. is partners with and in this effort.

  9 comments for “Come watch AG Holder’s Senate testimony Wednesday 11/18

  1. william torres
    November 21, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Its a shame whats happening in this good country called “America” The country that has liberated millions of people around the world. We get hit by a bunch of slobs, animals and religous fanatics and we bring them over to the place that they chose to kill so many american. To me and I do not mind saying it, Mr Holder, the President and all of the democrats are anti-americans They hates this country for what it stands for. I hope that we as Americans loving people, reject all the democrats, and all those republicans that have shown very little concern for whats happening and will happen in the future. I hope that come 2012 that we send this phony president and his complete administration along with all the democrats packing.

  2. Brian Whitehouse
    November 18, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    These terrorists should be put to death without a trial, they pre-planned the attack on the world trade center to send a message to the American People that they hate us. We should send a strong message to Islam that we have had enough and we will do all in our power to eliminate any moslum terrorist that knowingly takes the life of any US citizen.

  3. S.J.Shanahan
    November 18, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    As a NYC Fireman who knew 14 of the 343 firemen who were murdered that day. I say this is (anti-America Obama) politics at its lowest form… These murder’s should of been tried and convicted in Cuba… Brought to NYC and hung by the neck until dead… And at the very bottom of the “Pit” which today is what was the WTC towers!

    November 17, 2009 at 7:15 pm


  5. November 17, 2009 at 7:37 am

    It is illegal to try these people in a civilian court.

  6. Frank & Margaret Musso
    November 16, 2009 at 4:21 pm

    Where is the United States Supreme Court? Aren’t they supposed to be a part of the “Checks and Balance” system of our Nation? This really doesn’t say much about that supposedly “fool-proof-system”. Are they part of our Constitutional System?

  7. Robert Reeg
    November 16, 2009 at 7:48 am

    Dear Editor:

    As a former firefighter and 9/11 survivor who has been involved with the GTMO case from the beginning, President Obama’s decision to bestow the rights of an American citizen onto those whom have sworn to destroy us, came as no surprise. This politically expectant move was pre-ordained from the day he took office; the pleas of the victims’ families fell on his {big} deaf ears. That became self-evident when Erick Holder patronized and was disingenuous to the families and victims of overseas terrorism at the meeting I attended in D.C. last June.

    I, however, do not blame the President for this treacherous decision. After all, this is exactly what he promised to do in his campaign. Obama’s no dummy, he just suffers from a conflict of allegiance; he has a stronger allegiance to the terrorists than he does to the victims, the troops or our nation. Everything he has done since taking office proves this statement to be true. Has anyone ever heard him stand up for our once great nation? Perhaps we should refer to this as “Allegiance Deficit Disorder.”

    Instead, I hold the people who support the rights of these blood-thirsty monsters, for this travesty of justice. There is little chance of obtaining a conviction in an Article III trial. I view this as utter betrayal not only to the victims, but to that promise to “Never Forget.” Do we suffer from “National Stockholm Syndrome?” {Stockholm syndrome is a psychological response sometimes seen in abducted hostages, in which the hostage shows signs of loyalty to the hostage-taker, regardless of the danger or risk in which they have been placed.} It certainly seems that way, and we shall pay a heavy price for this lack of fortitude.

    When the circus trial begins we must bear in mind what P.T. Barnum so eloquently quipped, “There’s a sucker born everyday.”

  8. Ted Branthover
    November 16, 2009 at 7:24 am

    I want to ask Mr Holder if his former law firm will be making money from his decision to have this show trial.
    How much more is this going to cost us.
    All we need is a piece of rope

  9. J M Gibson
    November 16, 2009 at 7:20 am

    Dear Mr. Holder,
    Please know that I, and many other Americans, are outraged at your trying Kahlid Mohammed in New York. The messiness of this trial will harm this nation. It will encourage and inspire the recruitment our terrorists abroad, destroy our intelligence-gathering, and allow Mohammed and other terrorists to strut and complain about how a little water was poured on their face, calling it “torture.” Mohammed is an enemy combatant, and he should be tried by a military tribunal. Many suspect that your real motive is to see Bush declared a war criminal without having to do so yourself, directly. Please know that this country admires Bush for keeping this country safe for 8 years. — J. M. Gibson

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