Globalist George W. Bush returned to the public arena to attack Trump and his America first and MAGA principles, the antithesis of the Bush anti-sovereignty, NWO agenda…
The phoniness and limitations of George W. Bush are impossible for him to disguise. When he’s attempting to read anything he sounds so uncomfortable and juvenile, like he’s reading to a group of third graders from their own text – and not having an easy time of it. He’s clearly been coached, but not very well.
The words on the paper and Teleprompter that he reads are the kind of things he’d never come up with on his own. Quoting James Madison or Thomas Jefferson is out of character for a man who seems more at home eating a Dolly Madison and watching Thomas the Tank Engine.
Michael Savage has a few words to say on the topic, opening by commenting, “Alright, so the big story of the day is that the bumbler comes back, swinging at Trump. Bush opens up the bumbling mouth and, doesn’t attack, for eight years says nothing about Obama, while Obama’s dismantling America, flooding America with ‘questionable immigrants.”
Savage continues, “Dismantling every aspect of America that is valuable, and the bumbler keeps his mouth shut. Now he comes out attacking Trump, calling him a bigot and this and that. And you say to yourself, are you shocked by this question, which is are you shocked by this? Are you surprised that Bush comes out of nowhere to attack Trump? I am not and let me tell you why I am not.”
Savage tells his audience about a “shindig” at the White House under Bush for conservative talk show hosts. Limbaugh, Hannity and others were invited, Savage was not. He says, “So I’m not surprised by the fact that he’s a member of the deep state, as are some others in the media who pretend to be rock-ribbed conservatives.”
He says, “I am not shocked by the Bush family. They are the establishment. They work hand in glove with the Democrats, they always have, which is why [the list is endless] we didn’t want Jeb to be president, which is why we took a chance on a businessman.”
After his break Savage picks it up again, saying, “Bush comes out, the globalist, who wanted his son, the next son, to be president. It wasn’t enough that the family had 12 years, they wanted a twenty year job. They wanted two decades as a dynasty running America and they’re not forgiving of Trump, they’re not forgiving of any of us who voted for Trump, they hate nationalism, they’re calling it nativism.”
Nativism is defined at dictionary.com as ” the policy of protecting the interests of native inhabitants against those of immigrants and the policy or practice of preserving or reviving an indigenous culture.” Is his anti-American globalism the reason George W. Bush has a problem with protecting Americans or preserving our culture?
Nationalism is defined as, “spirit or aspirations common to the whole of a nation or devotion and loyalty to one’s own country; patriotism.” Globalists hate patriotism and patriots, but aside from Bush’s perspective and that of others like him such as George Soros, there’s no conflict between the nationalism and nativism, neither is bad and one doesn’t transition from one to the other.
Is it possible that Bush had no clue what he is talking about and was simply reading what was put in front of him? Absolutely, it’s a certainty. It’s been almost nine years since he left office and he’s still a useless, disloyal, anti-American idiot.
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