I don’t know about you, but it was always obvious to me that this rat-faced alcoholic hated America.
So, I think it’s good that he just came out and said it. I’m not sure why he waited this long. I guess, because he hates America that much, he was waiting for the worst possible moment to come out and announce it, just to get in that sharp kick while we’re down.
I’m sure that’s also why his former employees just now decided to form a Biden super PAC.
The important thing is that it’s now all out in the open, so we can finally come to terms with how much he hates us, and move on.
Well, I hate you too, Dubya.
Former president George W. Bush called on the US Tuesday to take a hard look at its “tragic failures,” citing racial injustice in America in a statement addressing protests which have roiled the country over the past week.
“It remains a shocking failure that many African Americans, especially young African American men, are harassed and threatened in their own country,” Bush said in the statement expressing anguish over the death of George Floyd, suffocated beneath the knee of a white policeman in Minneapolis on May 25.
Statement from Pres. George W. Bush: pic.twitter.com/wcvpBJzTCf
— Phil Mattingly (@Phil_Mattingly) June 2, 2020
The killing has unleashed a nationwide wave of civil unrest unlike any seen in the US since the 1968 assassination of rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
“This tragedy — in a long series of similar tragedies — raises a long overdue question: How do we end systemic racism in our society?” Bush, who was president from 2001-2009, wrote.
“It is time for America to examine our tragic failures,” he stated.
White House incumbent Donald Trump, who has rejected the president’s traditional role as a force for unity during moments of national crisis, on Monday threatened a military crackdown to end the demonstrations.
Bush did not mention his fellow Republican by name in his statement.
But he made a point of insisting on the need “to listen to the voices of so many who are hurting and grieving.”
“Those who set out to silence those voices do not understand the meaning of America — or how it becomes a better place,” he says.
“The heroes of America — from Frederick Douglass to Harriet Tubman, to Abraham Lincoln, to Martin Luther King Jr. — are heroes of unity.”
It’s hardly surprising that he would push this, now.
He was the originator of the Patriot Act, which was the first major step in building a total control grid in America and the rest of the Western world. These black riots are one of the final steps in securing that police state system.
Since 9/11, they have been building this up around us and we’ve simply assumed that it would never actually be used. Now we are at the point where it is going to be used. The spy network is going to be used. All of the security measures are going to be used. Everything is going to be used.
We should have stood up and demanded a new political elite as soon as Alex Jones exposed these people as satanists 20 years ago.