Jeb! Is Back, Now With More Moxie!

Jeb! Bush, arguably the worst “Republican” politician in American history, claimed President Trump’s immigration policies led to less U.S. medals at the Tokyo Olympics.

What the actual f**k is that supposed to mean?

In a Tuesday tweet, open borders advocate and losing GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush accused President Donald Trump’s “exclusionary immigration” policies of holding back America’s medal count at the Tokyo Olympics.

The former Florida Governor’s August 3 tweet revealed that he somehow imagines Trump’s immigration policies have prevented U.S. athletes from achieving even greater heights.

“I wonder how our medal totals would be if we had an exclusionary immigration system which we have had for the last few years. My heart swells for all of our medalists, including those whose families have come from far off lands to love our country,” Bush wrote.

Hey dumbass, if these people were Olympic caliber athletes, I’m fairly certain they would have made been added to the rosters of their country of origin. I mean, are you really that dense?

The claim that our medal count is off, though, makes little sense. Even as he wrote his tweet, the U.S. was the leader in medals, taking 79 total, with 25 golds, 31 silvers, and 23 bronzes. Only China came close with 32 golds, 22 silvers, and 16 bronzes for a total of 70 medals.

Imagine hating President Trump so much that you blame everything on the man. This is why everyone hates you, this is why you’ll never be president, and this is why you need to ask people to, “Please clap.”

Jeb-el Yell

Jeb Rubio

Republican presidential challenger Jeb Bush is being called out by the GOP establishment for daring to attack their golden boy, Marco Rubio.

An all-out assault on Sen. Marco Rubio by groups aligned with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is angering GOP senators, who fear it could hurt the party’s chances of capturing the White House.

Right to Rise, a pro-Bush super PAC, has spent an estimated $20 million against Rubio. It is expected to launch a new ad this weekend featuring a clip of former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.), who endorsed Rubio Tuesday, fumbling to name one of his accomplishments.

Republicans like Pat Roberts and Orrin Hatch increasingly see Rubio as their party’s best candidate for winning back the White House.

Rubio placed a strong third in the Iowa caucuses, and polls suggest he is gaining strength in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

Full disclosure: I cannot stand Marco Rubio. Any Republican who teams up with Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, and John McCain is one who instantly loses my trust. That said, look at this logically. What does it say to you when the GOP establishment is supporting Rubio over uber-establishment Jeb Bush? To me, it means if Rubio is elected, we’ll see more of the same GOP nonsense: amnesty, rampant spending, and kowtowing to the Democrats.

The last paragraph is especially delicious, though. Rubio finished exactly how pundits expected in the Iowa Caucus: third. All week, the media and the GOP establishment have been lauding Rubio’s victory. Victory? The guy finished third behind Cruz and Trump! What did he win?

Now the GOPe is trying to convince voters that Rubio is the only “electable” candidate. This from the same people who promised us McCain and Mitt Romney were similarly electable. How’d that work out?

I support Ted Cruz because I think he is the most conservative candidate. The fact the GOPe despises him makes him even more appealing. I’m not trying to change your mind here, but for me, a vote for Rubio is a vote for more of the same. This rebuke of Jeb is proof of that.