G.W. BUSH: “SICK TO MY STOMACH” OR SICK IN THE HEAD?


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Former President George W. Bush said in an interview last week that the 6 January riot at the U.S. Capitol left him “sick to my stomach” and he is “still disturbed” when he thinks about it.
Bush, who was interviewed by the Texas Tribune, said the riot “undermines rule of law and the ability to express yourself in peaceful ways in the public square. This was an expression that was not peaceful.”
Bush’s comments came during a promotional tour for his book, Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants and were recorded on 24 February. Bush also talked about the 2020 election and threw water on Trump’s claim that the election was stolen. 
“I think the election, all elections have some kind of improprieties,” said Bush, who won the disputed “hanging chads” 2000 election against Al Gore. “I think… the results of this selection, though, were confirmed when Joe Biden got inaugurated as president,” he said.
TRENDPOST: Last Saturday, 20 March, marked the 18th year of the Iraq War, launched by G.W. Bush based on the lies that he, his administration, and the American media sold to the public that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. 
Long forgotten, a Google search will show that the anniversary of the war, which has devastated Iraq, was barely covered by the mainstream media. 
So, to exemplify the level of imbecilic condescension being dumped on the public, who, with a brain bigger than a lying Bush and the Presstitutes who put out for him, would give a damn that this mentally deranged, low-life murderer of millions was “disturbed” or sick to his stomach?

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