George W.M.D. Bush: ‘Our politics more vulnerable to outright fabrication’

Former President George W. Bush is perhaps one of the founding fathers of fake news.

Following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, he claimed that Saddam Hussein was one of the masterminds behind the infamous attacks, accused Iraq of having nuclear weapons and purported that spying on the American people is meant to keep them safe.

Bush is now coming out attacking President Donald Trump – and the left and the media love it.

Speaking at the George W. Bush Institute on Thursday, Dubya averred that bigotry is being accepted, explained that globalism must be embraced and demanded that white supremacy be rejected.

“Discontent deepened and sharpened partisan conflicts in recent years,” he said. “Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seem more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.”

Fabrication? Does he forget about Iraq’s WMDs?

Citing the media accusations of Russia meddling in the 2016 elections, Bush said:

“The Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other.

“America must harden its own defenses. Our country must show resolve and resilience in the face of external attacks on our democracy and that begins with confronting a new era of cyber threats.

“Some have called this Democratic de-consolidation. Merely, it seems to be a combination of weariness, frayed tempers and forgetfulness.”

Despite the media slamming Bush for so many years and comparing him to Adolf Hitler, they have welcomed him with open arms this year all because he disapproves of President Trump. It seems like an apology tour these days.


Does anyone really care what Dubya thinks? By the way, why hasn’t George W.M.D. Bush been brought to war crime charges?

Here is the speech:

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