James Woods shares crushing Hillary Clinton tweet to commemorate 9/11

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James Woods brilliantly used Hillary Clinton’s own words to crush her in a viral tweet as America remembers the tragic events of this day in history.

On the eve of the 17th anniversary of 9/11, Woods reached back to 2015 when Clinton spoke about how “Islam is not our adversary,” superimposing an image of her tweet over the burning Twin Tower building at the World Trade Center in New York City.

Woods needed to add no more words to the image still haunting Americans nearly two decades after the hijacked planes flew into the iconic buildings, killing thousands. Brave New York firefighters, police officers and other first responders also sacrificed their lives on September 11, 2001 after al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked 4 airplanes.

Passengers on another plane fought to wrestle control from the terrorists, eventually crashing into a field in Pennsylvania – avoiding the intended target of Washington, D.C. where a fourth plane crashed into the Pentagon.

Yet in November 2015, Clinton tweeted out her support of the “peaceful and tolerant people” of Islam.

The tweet from Woods generated plenty of reaction on Twitter.

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