Rudy Giuliani Walks Out of 9/11 Ceremony Because of Kamala’s Disgraceful Behavior

Al Teich /
Al Teich /

For the first time since 9/11 happened 22 years ago, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliana walked out of the remembrance ceremony early. He didn’t leave out of disrespect for the victims of that day. He left from disgust at the appalling behavior of Kamala Harris and the Biden White House delegation.

Joe Biden didn’t even bother showing up to the 9/11 memorial. He was in Alaska mumbling through a speech.

Kamala Harris was there, however. She mingled and cackled and treated it like it was some kind of social party. On many occasions, Harris has given speeches about how the mostly peaceful Election Justice protest on January 6th was worse than 9/11.

“It was hard to be there,” said Giuliani. “I’ve gone every year since. This is the year where I couldn’t really stay. I almost felt like I wasn’t being true to the memory of the people who died on that day to be with this group. No administration has ever done the damage that this group has done.”

Giuliani and former NYC Police Chief Bernie Kerik ended up just steps away from Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer, current NY Governor Kathy Hochul, current NYC Mayor Eric Adams, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and a gaggle of their staffers who were at the ceremony. Imagine that group laughing and pointing at a funeral for your loved ones, and not treating it like an even vaguely respectful occasion.

“I couldn’t take it anymore,” noted Giuliani. He added, “There is something wrong with her [Harris].”

Former Mayor Giuliani walked out after about 30 minutes because of Kamala Harris and the Democrats. He pointed out that 3,000 people died on 9/11, and more than 2,700 more people have died from illnesses related to the cleanup.

Watch as Giuliani explains why he left the ceremony early on Benny Johnson’s podcast: