George W. Bush led this nation during 9/11 and our subsequent response. Many Americans may still have some positive feelings about Bush, and that’s understandable. However, if we’re realistic, we have to admit that Bush did not succeed.
We have to admit that Bush let this nation and our troops down in very sad ways. He led us into disastrous wars without giving our troops a clear mission. Then, he left office and became a literal cheerleader for liberals and Democrats.
Nothing showcases that better than Bush’s speech on Sept. 11, 2021.
Bush Says Jan. 6 Protesters Were Like Al Qaeda
In his speech, Bush talked about “violent extremists” inside America, referring to Trump supporters who entered the US Capitol on Jan. 6. Bush has consistently denounced Trump.
Bush also seems very focused on talking about “white supremacy” and other false accusations he has made in the past against the MAGA movement. According to Bush, the “cultural overlap” between Muslim terrorists and American patriots is a clear and present danger.
Let’s not tiptoe around the issue here. Bush is essentially saying what CNN’s Jim Acosta said of Tucker Carlson when he accused Tucker of being like the American Taliban.
Bush is playing the same game that he, John McCain, and other globalists have been playing the whole time: leading the establishment version of the right in order to derail America’s energy and freedom.
Go F@ck Yourself, Globalist puppet! #GeorgeWBush https://t.co/uvcYWJZU45
— Ron Hanforth (@ronhanforth) September 12, 2021
Jan. 6 Protesters Had Identical ‘Foul Spirit’ as 9/11 Attackers, Bush Says
In his speech, Bush went as far as to say that domestic extremists have the same “foul spirit” as the 9/11 attackers. Speaking in Shanksville, PA (where Flight 93 went down after heroes like Todd Beamer stormed the cockpit), Bush dishonored and spat on their memory with his comments.
Is he unaware of how many Trump supporters are among the veterans who fought against terrorists and also attended the Jan. 6 protests…and he’s now calling them Al Qaeda? The level of bitter betrayal can’t even be described.
George W. Bush uses his speech to underscore the threat posed by domestic extremists: "They are children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them…" pic.twitter.com/dQyQthZrGH
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) September 11, 2021
Bush Lied, People Died
Bush lied about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and sent out puppets like his then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to claim that America would be attacked with nuclear weapons if we didn’t invade Iraq.
He shamelessly lied and embroiled us in a disaster that killed thousands of our bravest men and women and hundreds of thousands of foreign civilians. Now, Bush wants to get on his high horse and whine about white supremacy ghosts inside his head and how Trump supporters should be more polite?
He’s exactly the kind of person who’s been justifying the murder of unarmed Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt. This idea that patriots who dislike the Biden administration are similar to terrorists is outrageous and false. They are the exact opposite: they love America and want to have a peaceful, free life.