Bush comes out and Compares 1/6 protestors To 9/11 Jihadi Terrorists
As time goes on, I find myself more and more embarrassed that I ever voted for Bush, not only once, but did so twice. After the latest debacle, I do promise one thing; I will not only never again vote for a Bush, I will make it a life quest to ensure no one else does.
While not referring to Jan. 6 directly, Bush’s comments appeared to be directed at the event.
“We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from the violence that gathers within,” he said.
Like a stain on the memory of one’s loss, he made these comments at the crash site of United Flight 93 in Pennsylvania on 9/11.
The reaction to this speech was sudden, came from both sides of the Isle.
Naturally, the press and leftist establishment loved these remarks, danced with joy as Bush went about to stab most of his former supporters in the back.
While I by no means support the people that broke into the capital, at most, there were 100 to 150 that did this, the rest sat peacefully on the capital and protested what we are increasingly starting to see as overwhelming fraud with the 2020 election, but none of that matters, Bush is determined to compare all the honest Americans that exercised their right to protest with Jihadist who flew jets into buildings.
Once more, we see whitewashing of radical Islamists, yet looking at the polling, you see widespread support for terror with Muslims in the Middle East.
One has to wonder, where was Bush when domestic terrorists were rioting, looting, and burning a path across America? Where was he as they left bodies in their wake?
Shame on Bush, at this point, he lost one supporter, and I promise, I will never again cast a vote for a Bush; they are part of the problem, not the solution.
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