October 19, 2015
Some Christians for Jesus have teamed-up with Jeb Bush to push the theory that exploding buildings are safe.
This is both stupid and dangerous on a number of levels. Firstly, children might be watching these statements, and then get the idea that it is perfectly safe for the to go play in a building which is in the process of exploding.
I just want to say to all the kids out there: stay away from exploding buildings, kids. An exploding building is an extremely unsafe place to be, regardless of what Jeb Bush wants you to believe.
When Jeb Bush appeared before a crowd of evangelicals Sunday night, his biggest moment came when he didn’t say anything at all.
Jack Graham, the pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, was asking Bush a series of questions on stage when he decided to interject with a statement on the feud that’s been brewing between Bush and Donald Trump all weekend.
“By the way, George W. Bush did keep us safe, no matter what anybody says,” Graham said, as the audience erupted into thunderous applause and a standing ovation. “And he should be held to account for ridiculous statements.”
When Graham’s comments Sunday night brought the audience to their feet, Bush refrained from weighing in himself, deciding to let the applause continue instead.
I don’t understand. The audience was clapping in support of the theory that exploding buildings are safe?
What about the Iraq war? Was that also safe?
Jeb, why did your brother attack and destabalize the Middle East by attacking Iraq when there were no weapons of mass destruction? Bad info?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 18, 2015
Walked right into that one, buddy.
Who is advising Bush to make these statements? Is he trying to lose on purpose?