As most of us remember, today marks the 11th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in D.C. and the Big Apple.
The government observed a moment of silence this morning and, as far as we can tell, every other major network cut into their programming to allow their viewers to watch their Commander-in-Chief speak to his country and give remembrance. Every network except for NBC!
Ch-ch-check out Savannah Guthrie interviewing Kris Jenner about the new season of her reality TV show (above) while 8:46AM, the moment the first plane hit the Twin Towers and the moment President Obama addresed his nation 11 years later, ticks right on by.
We keep up with The Kardashians too but when network's flagship morning "news" program foregoes covering major news talk about a reality star's fake tittays it's a troubling faux pas at best.
TODAY has hemorrhaged viewers and goodwill all summer long and this latest debacle is no way to regain it's audience's good graces!
Yordano Ventura (shown above throwing a breaking ball to an opponent during his time in MLB), a very well-known, hard-throwing right-handed pitcher for the Kansas City Royals, lost his life in an accident in the