Former president George W. Bush spoke in Shanksville, PA, Saturday, and after recounting the account of the 9/11 terror attacked, Bush attacked America’s “violent extremists.”
Violent extremists in the United States and abroad are “children of the same foul spirit,” former President George W. Bush said in his speech commemorating the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks.
In case you thought you read that wrong, George W. Bush compared Americans to al Qaeda terrorists.
The former president gave a speech in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where he recounted the heroism of the passengers and crew of Flight 93, which crashed into a field after its passengers and crew fought the hijackers to prevent another attack.
In the speech, Bush likened domestic extremists to foreign terrorists who attacked the U.S. 20 years ago.
The violent extremists to which Bush is referring are, among others, the January 6th “insurrectionists.” You know, the unarmed American citizens who entered the Capitol Building; the building which belongs to the American people, and not the politicians. The building where feckless coward Capitol police officer Michael Byrd murdered Ashli Babbitt in cold blood. That “insurrection?”
“We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders, but from violence that gathers within,” Bush said.
“There’s little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home,” he continued.
I agree. By the way, Mister President, when was the last time you condemned the violent extremists of Antifa and Black Lives Matter? Never? Then go home and get your f**king shinebox.
I am truly ashamed I ever voted for this man.