Well, they’re trying the GW’s dirty work and take down the America first, all of the Bush foot-soldiers.
Look no farther than this story for confirmation that anything and everything “Bush-related” is one of our greatest opponents in the struggle to save this country.
Puppet collaboration with Democrats to try and smear and destroy any part of “America First,” is just another example of how a Bush-empire is.
However, don’t think for a second that George W. Bush isn’t involved.
Because he is…
They still obey the “Big Guy,” all of his globalist foot-soldiers, and they will do and say everything that GWB cannot.
On MSNBC on Tuesday, former George W. Bush campaign adviser Matthew Dowd made the ludicrous claim to anchor Joy Reid that the Capitol riot on January 6 was worse than the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The Capitol riot was worse than the roughly 3,000-person terrorist assault in 2001 because Republicans are continuing to spread the “big lie” that former President Donald Trump won the 2020 election, which is tearing our country apart, he claimed.
According to Mediate, Dowd said, “I think it is much worse than it was on January 6,it’s much worse than it was in November. It’s much worse after January 6th. Part of the problem is because there’s been no accountability, it’s given permission to do more of this. Not only it’s given permission to just average people out there who might do crazy things, it’s allowed the Republicans just to continue this big lie that they’ve pushed across.”
He continued, “Yesterday I was in Kentucky, I decided to go to Lincoln’s birthplace and his boyhood home. I was reflecting about it because one of the things Lincoln said is, America will never be destroyed from outside. America will destroy itself. I think that’s what I fear about right now. One of the things if you think about this, what would happen if after 9/11 we had done nothing? Think about that if we had done nothing after 9/11.”
Dowd concluded, “To me, although there was less loss of life on January 6, January 6 was worse than 9/11 because it’s continued to rip our country apart and give permission for people to pursue autocratic means, so I think we’re in a much worse place than we have been. I think we’re in the most perilous point in time since 1861 in the advent of the Civil War.”