Former President and NWO globalist George W. Bush laid into Donald Trump’s worldview Tuesday night.
Isn’t it funny, ironically not humorously, that at no point over the past 7 and a half years of having a Socialist-Marxist-Islamic-LGBT president reducing America to an ash heap, that former president George W. Bush had nothing to say about it? Not one word, not ever. That’s because the NWO globalist Bush was showing the NWO globalist Obama some professional courtesy in allowing him time and space to carry out his treasonous agenda. But the “America First” candidate Donald Trump, who is running on a platform of restoring America’s greatness, brings the retired Bush out of retirement and swinging for the fences.
The Republican Party has been freed of twenty years of shackles put on it by the Bush family regime, and Donald Trump was the one who did it. This is why you see the #NeverTrump RINO traitors attack him so strong. This is why you see them all pledging to vote for Crooked Hillary. They are fooling no one.
The New World Order is an an absolute panic to stop Trump, he better stay away from any and all ‘grassy knolls’ between now and November
Without naming Trump, Bush warned against “isolationism, nativism and protectionism” and blasted Trump for his attacks on Muslims, sources told the Wall Street Journal. The strong rebuke from the Republican Party’s last President, who has refused to endorse the nominee, came at a Cincinnati fundraiser for Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), a former Bush administration official.
Bush has no problem attacking Trump, yet stayed completely silent on the last 8 years of Obama:
Bush’s pushback comes as Trump continues to insist he did nothing wrong after attacking the parents of Capt. Humayun Khan, a Muslim-American soldier who died in Iraq, with insinuations about their religion. Bush was a strong defender of Muslim Americans as well as a proponent of immigration reform, a stance at odds with many in his party then and now.
“It was an interesting exercise of statecraft,” former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell told the Journal. “No one could say he directly spoke in attack mode against Donald Trump. Neither could anybody miss the fact that he thought there were some cutting-edge issues that Trump is advancing that need to be scrutinized and debated.” source