Since George W. Bush served as president on 9/11, the former president took part in the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
What Bush did will leave you speechless.
And you won’t believe what George W. Bush said about Trump supporters on 9/11.
In a speech at the memorial in Pennsylvania where heroic Americans seized control of Flight 93 from the Islamic terrorist hijackers and crashed it into a field, former President Bush used his speech to declare Trump supporters enemies of the state and on the level with Al Qaeda.
Bush began his speech paying tribute to the heroes that prevented the terrorists from crashing Flight 93 into the Capitol.
“For those too young to recall that clear September day, it is hard to describe the mix of feelings we experienced,” Bush stated. “There was horror at the scale of destruction, and awe at the bravery and kindness that rose to meet it. There was shock at the audacity of evil, and gratitude for the heroism and decency that opposed it.”
But then Bush veered off into derangement calling for a new domestic war on terror targeting Trump supporters with the full force and might of the United States government.
Bush compared “domestic extremists” – Joe Biden and the corporate media’s codeword for Trump supporters – to the Al Qaeda hijackers that murdered nearly 3,000 Americans on 9/11.
“We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders. But from violence that gathers within. There’s little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But in their disdain for pluralism. In their disregard for human life. In their determination to defile national symbols. They are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them,” Bush stated.
Only one person directly died as a result of the events on January 6 – the day Bush alluded to as the equal of 9/11 – and that was Ashli Babbitt.
Babbitt was an unarmed woman gunned down by a police officer with past slip-ups on his record.
American Greatness’s Julie Kelly wrote that Kelly begged for a waiver to enter the Air Force at the age of 17 to serve in the Middle East wars Bush started because Babbitt believed in her country.
Now that Babbitt died, Kelly noted that Bush smeared a woman that fought for her nation even though its leaders had no respect for her.
“After 9/11, Ashli Babbitt asked her mom to sign a waiver so she could enroll in the military at age 17. After graduation in 2003, she went into the Air Force. She had 8 tours overseas including Afghanistan. Today her former commander in chief compared her to a 9/11 terrorist,” Kelly wrote on social media.
Donald Trump displaced George Bush and his entitled family members as the leader of the GOP in 2016.
Trump won in large part by rejecting Bush’s establishment status quo that abused the post-9/11 moment of unity to ram new laws through Congress allowing the government to illegally spy on the American people and to launch the disastrous Iraq War.
Former President Bush once again disgraced a moment of national unity by seeking to declare a new war on terror, but this time the 74,000,000 Americans that voted for Donald Trump are the target.
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