Friday marks the 19-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
As we all know, that fateful day 19-years-ago changed the world forever when Al-Qaeda attacked America. Two planes hit the World Trade Center, another hit the pentagon and one went down in a field in Pennsylvania after the passengers heroically took it back. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
In 2011, former President George W. Bush gave a lengthy straight-to-camera interview about what was going through his head as he grappled with the situation.
If there was ever a time to watch the National Geographic special, it’s right now.
I watch that documentary at least once a year. Sometimes after I have a few drinks and I feel like taking a walk down history lane, I’ll fire it up.
Once I hit the play button, I’m always locked in and I never pause it.
It’s truly incredible to sit back and think about how fast things changed for Bush and America on that day. He was in a classroom in Florida, and all hell broke loose.
What was supposed to be an easy