Bush global dynasty hopes were shot down by Americans and Donald Trump. The bitter resentment hasn’t faded. HW even voted for Clinton, as criminals are better than patriots in…
Author Mark Updegrove is making the rounds, promoting his book about George H.W. And George W. Bush, “The Last Republicans: Inside the Extraordinary Relationship Between George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush.” He’s proving that the only thing worse than a book about one George Bush is a book about two of them.
In it George W. Bush attempts to refute the common belief that he’s an idiot, saying that Cheney and Rumsfeld didn’t make even a single decision while he was president. That means, it seems, that the blame for all of the degradation of our nation and sovereignty belongs to Bush and he prefers us knowing that to him being thought the fool. One doesn’t necessarily exclude the other, George.
He notes that former first lady Barbara Bush expressed concern that Cheney had too much influence over her little globalist. She told Updegrove, “I do think he was different. I think his heart operation made a difference. I always liked him but I didn’t like him so much for a while because I thought he hurt George [W]. I think he pushed things a little too far right.”
But it’s the comments about President Trump that make the fireplace tinder worth even a cursory glance, with “NWO HW” quoted as saying, “I don’t like him, I don’t know much about him, but I know he’s a blowhard. And I’m not too excited about him being a leader.”
Bush admitted that he voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election, knowing that she’s a criminal and likely guilty of espionage as well. He’s not concerned with treason and profiteering, everybody needs a hobby and pillaging is a government perk in his book.
What bothers HW is the possibility that all of his efforts to create the power structure for the global government are being upset by an outsider who wants to return power to the people. As Bush sees things, from his position as a globalist working against the citizens of this nation, a Clinton presidency would have been preferable and that’s how he voted.
George W. teamed up with Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canada’s PM Paul Martin in a nearly successful attempt to combine the United States into a regional government with Mexico and Canada. The failed proponent of globalism, the incarnation they called then the SPP, the North American Union, is now reduced to hurling insults from the sidelines. He, like his father and grandfather before him, has failed to destroy America despite their best efforts.
George W. said, according to Updegrove, that he did not vote for either Trump or Clinton because he was concerned over the growing presence of “nativism” and “isolationism” when the campaign began, which he claims were exhibited by Trump. Bush made similar accusations in his recent rant in Dallas. Any patriotism that goes beyond donning a bomber jacket and standing on an aircraft carrier is distasteful to the relocated Nazis up to their eyeballs in 9/11. They’re a dynasty alright, a filthy anti-American one.
The White House response was delivered Saturday in a statement by Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She said, “The American people voted to elect an outsider who is capable of implementing real, positive, and needed change – instead of a lifelong politician beholden to special interests.”
She added, “If they were interested in continuing decades of costly mistakes, another establishment politician more concerned with putting politics over people would have won.”
Another separate statement from the White House was reported by CNN, “If one presidential candidate can disassemble a political party, it speaks volumes about how strong a legacy its past two presidents really had.”
Neither Bush was elected because of their leadership abilities or popularity with mainstream Americans. They were the Republican choice the party elites selected for us. It was either them or the tails side of the uniparty coin, the Democrat. Now that we’ve gotten a sense of what it’s like to have someone representing the people in office, they’re finished. We like America first.
It’s not even close, boys, blowhards are better than crooks.
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