Trump Attacks George Bush for Letting 911 Happen

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 17, 2015

Well guys. Somebody screwed something up.
Well guys. Somebody screwed something up.

Attack the Donald for new emotional issue, now!


Donald Trump, under fire for suggesting that George W. Bush shared in the blame for the 9/11 terrorist attacks because they happened during his presidency, repeatedly declined to engage with reporters about the matter Friday night — opting instead to continue a long-running feud with Jeb Bush on Twitter afterwards.

Trump regularly speaks with reporters at campaign events and often takes multiple questions in an impromptu manner, making his silence Friday all the more noticeable.

When asked by CNN after a rally at a local high school here if he thought the attacks were George W. Bush’s fault, Trump, after pausing to listen to the question, walked away.

Minutes later, he again declined to say anything when asked to react to Bush’s response on Twitter, ignoring at least half a dozen questions on the matter before driving away in his motorcade. He did respond to questions about the crowd size at his campaign event Friday and why he was campaigning in Massachusetts.

The controversy began Friday morning when Trump implied that the former president could share some blame for the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans, as he was in office at the time.

“When you talk about George Bush, I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time,” Trump said on Bloomberg TV.

Bloomberg anchor Stephanie Ruhle interjected, “Hold on, you can’t blame George Bush for that,” before Trump stood by his comments.

“He was president, OK? … Blame him, or don’t blame him, but he was president. The World Trade Center came down during his reign,” Trump said.

These comments don’t seem particularly controversial to me – George Bush was President when 911 happened, and even if you don’t believe he or his Jewish administration let it happen on purpose, at the very least his administration is responsible for a massive intelligence failure (the intelligence agencies were not responsible – they gave the administration the information – even the Mossad warned them).

It is known that he was getting daily briefs about how Moslem terrorists were planning to attack America.

New York Times report on the levels of negligence.
New York Times report on the levels of negligence in the Bush administration, their repeated and apparently purposeful refusal to respond to intelligence warning of an attack.

The hijackers were all under surveillance already. I mean, someone screwed something up here, I think we can all agree. “There was nothing anyone could have done to stop it” doesn’t make any sense at all as an argument.

At the very least, Bush should have ordered the second plane shot down after the first one hit. I mean. Come on.

The Donald was busy building buildings while Bush was watching them collapse.
The Donald was busy building buildings while Bush was watching them collapse.

But it’s a trigger button. 911 was the most emotional event in most Americans’ lives. So they are acting like “wow, he insulted 911,” even though the meaning of that is not exactly clear.

Jeb Bush angrily responded Friday afternoon, calling the comment “pathetic.”

“How pathetic for @realdonaldtrump to criticize the president for 9/11. We were attacked & my brother kept us safe,” he tweeted.

Wait, Jeb Bush is George Bush’s brother?

I didn’t even realize that. And hey, wasn’t their dad also President?

Eh. That’s a difficult argument to make there, Jeb. He definitely didn’t keep the 3,000 people who died safe.

Jeb is definitely a low-energy Bush. Him and Carson both appear as though they are about to nod out in any of the interviews I’ve seen.