John Fahl, the first person in charge of September 11, said that while he was not "happy" after meeting with Senate Major Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., He was pleased with his decision to hold a vote to fund The first 9/11 met with health complications after risking their lives to save others.
Féal has just met with McConnell after a long battle, where comrade John Stewart has condemned lawmakers for failing to transfer a funding package to the former. It is unclear why the legislation was suspended in the Senate, but Féal said that McConnell's observance came when they questioned his "humanity."
"Today we challenged his humanity and he passed," Feal said when someone asked if McConnell had expressed any concerns.
He also unloads lawmakers, saying they work for people, not vice versa. "They work for us, the chairs they put in their appliances, the pens they use, the pens on which they write, we pay for it." That's us, they work for us, Mitch McConnell works for us, "said he.
"He works for you all – and today Mitch McConnell has promised to work for us and I will take him to his word "
Féal mentioned he had given McConnell the badge of Luis Alvarez, the first officer he would visit before his death." Fale choked before telling the press that he would visit Alvarez later that day. "He already has his badge and if he deviates from his engagement, we will return to the attack mode," he said
Alvarez, a police detective, testified before Congress earlier in June when he was fighting liver cancer. "" Now I'm resting, and I'm at peace. "I will continue to fight until the Good Lord decides that It's Time, "Alvarez said on Facebook
John Stewart: 9/11 THE VICTIMS ARE" AT THE END OF THEM USING A HELP FROM THE CONGRESS  "I am now in a hospice because there is nothing else that doctors can do to fight cancer. It did not have anything to do with my DC trip, it was a coincidence. "
After Stewart made an emotional request to the Senate, McConnell said the legislators were busy and suggested that the comedian try to find Stuart later mocked the majority's head, saying: "I'm so sorry I do not want to interrupt them … with my work! At the time of the Late Show, he accused McConnell of using 9/11 defendants as political pawns.
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In fact, we say that you love the society since September 11, when they serve your political ends, but when you are in urgent need, you slowly walk, you say.
This is a political pawn to get other things you want, and you do not do the job completely, and your answer is, "Yes, we are Congress. So we do. "