The white supremacists and their bigotry do not represent our great country. All Americans should condemn this vile hatred. #Charlottesville
— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) August 12, 2017
— rolandsmartin (@rolandsmartin) August 12, 2017
Breaking news reports say that both Bush I and wife Barbara are in the hospital now, the old man in ICU.
Bush I, George H. W. Bush, was the brains of the Bush Crime Family, Dumb Bush II and Jeb just coasted on daddy’s coattails. Both of them, unlike “Poppy” Bush, are dumber than a box of rocks.
Poppy is not only smart, but clever. He was surely involved in the Kennedy assassination. He was also certainly behind the Reagan assassination attempt. With his dying lips he should confess his role in crimes against humanity and seek God’s forgiveness.
Because of his cleverness, the Bush Crime Family and the Clinton Crime machine are close allies.
But let’s say you don’t believe any of what I just wrote. You still can’t deny that the Bush family has tried to establish a political dynasty in America.
It looks like that nightmare scenario is over. Jeb has been exposed as an incompetent fool by Donald Trump.
If Poppy dies on Inauguration eve or thereabouts, I’m calling it as a sign from God that He’s blessing Trump’s personal safety. Once Poppy is gone, Poppy’s aging loyalists in the CIA and elsewhere in the Deep State have a strongly reduced incentive to assassinate Trump. I’m sure the Bush’s are still feeling the sting of Trump’s insults directed at “Low-energy Jeb.” They’ve also got to be worried about Trump’s plan to dismantle the Deep State that nourished their rise to power and wealth. Nonetheless, when the old man is gone, the baby Bushes just won’t have the same ability to plot against the rest of us.
Democratic Underground offers a history of the Bush clan going back a hundred years. This crime family has been starting wars and profiting from them for that long, according to the evidence.
Former President George H.W. Bush was admitted to an intensive care unit on Wednesday, and his wife, Barbara, was hospitalized as a precaution, according to his spokesman.
The former president was admitted to the ICU at a Houston hospital to “address an acute respirator problem stemming from pneumonia,” family spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement. McGrath said the former first lady was hospitalized as a precaution after experiencing fatigue and coughing.
George Bush was taken to the hospital over the weekend for shortness of breath. McGrath said earlier Wednesday that the 92-year-old Bush was responding well to treatments.
The 41st president was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Saturday, McGrath said in an email to The Associated Press.
“Doctors and everyone are very pleased, and we hope to have him out soon,” McGrath said.
Bush’s chief of staff, Jean Becker, told the Houston Chronicle and KHOU-TV that Bush was expected to go home in a couple of days.
Bush, who served as U.S. president from 1989 to 1993, has a form of Parkinson’s disease and uses a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mobility. He was hospitalized in Maine in 2015 after falling at his summer home and breaking a bone in his neck, and was hospitalized in Houston the previous December for about a week for shortness of breath. He spent Christmas 2012 in intensive care for a bronchitis-related cough and other issues.
Despite the loss of mobility, Bush celebrated his 90th birthday by making a tandem parachute jump in Kennebunkport, Maine. Last summer, Bush led a group of 40 wounded warriors on a fishing trip at the helm of his speedboat, three days after his 92nd birthday celebration.
If Bush dies now, it will cast a pall over the Inauguration festivities. If he’s on his deathbed, hopefully Hell can wait until Monday.
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Revenge is sweet, Mr. Donald J. Trump. Bravo!
Donald Trump offered a welcome word of warning on Wednesday to the GOP establishment. It’s not very subtle. Deny me and face riots in the streets.
Someone ought to suggest to the Donald that a general strike by tens of millions of his supporters might do more good than rioting. Don’t burn the country down. Shut it down.
Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that his supporters would respond with “riots” if he fails to secure the nomination at July’s convention in Cleveland.
“I think you’d have riots,” Trump told CNN on Wednesday. “I think you’d have riots. I’m representing a tremendous many, many millions of people.”
At Trump rallies, people of all ages and creeds, even some outside the continent, have continued to make their voices heard.
Far from idle chatter, Trump’s words come as escalating protests from left-wing activists, heated responses from his supporters, and increasing tensions within the GOP over his candidacy are raising fears that the convention could devolve into chaos. Cleveland is reportedly working to procure 2,000 sets of riot gear equipment for its officers.
Bush Republicanism, with its emphasis on endless wars abroad and government invasion of privacy at home has just lost its public face–that of a man who is too stupid to figure out how to put a hoodie on and so pathetic that he had to ask his audience to clap.
Read more about Jeb’s quiet withdrawal from a race he was supposed to win at USA Today.
Jeb Bush would leave the presidential race if he had any pride in himself. He continues to prove that he simply doesn’t get it.
The faux tough guy act backfired. The Internet exploded with responses mocking Bush or highlighting perhaps more accurate descriptions of America.
Most were silly. Some were serious. All made the Republican ex-governor look out of touch as he tries to overcome the commanding presence of Trump in the race for his party’s nominee.
It probably doesn’t help that “America” written by itself represents in Internet corners a type of sarcastic toughness (often spelled ’Murica) that mocks anyone who actually would post a gun to their social media profile to try to impress others. smdh.
The short video below is one of the best responses to Jebbie:
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This note was posted on Breaking News two hours ago. The press is also going berserk. More later, as events unfold.
Editor’s note: Republican presidential candidates are reacting to Donald Trump’s statement that the US should “shutdown” Muslims entering the U.S. Chris Christie said it is “the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don’t know what they are talking about.” Ben Carson’s spokesman said he believes anyone entering the U.S. should register and be monitored, and the country should not be selective based on religion. Jeb Bush tweeted that Trump is “unhinged” and his “proposals are not serious.” Sen. Lindsey Graham called on every presidential candidate to condemn the statement.