George W. Bush just betrayed the Republican Party with these three words
George W. Bush is one of the elders of the Republican establishment at war with Donald Trump and his supporters.
Bush and his allies always tried to present themselves as the “true” Republicans.
But George W. Bush just betrayed the Republican Party with these three words.
George W. Bush is taking part in a media tour to promote his new pro-open borders, pro-amnesty book Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants.
As part of his new “rebranding” from war criminal hated by the Left to the “reasonable Republican” Democrats wished still existed, Bush was all too happy to attack the modern GOP that emerged from the ashes of Bush’s disastrous Presidency.
In an interview on NBC’s Today Show, Bush gladly dumped on the current GOP as “isolationist,” “protectionist,” and “nativist.”
“I would describe it as isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent nativist,” Bush claimed.
Bush’s Presidency was defined by open borders, multiple failed pushes for amnesty, outsourcing jobs to China and Mexico, Medicaid expansion, doubling the size of the Department of Education, an assault on Americans’ civil liberties, and the launching of endless wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Donald Trump won the 2016 nomination on a platform of putting America First, which meant confronting China, ending endless wars, and renegotiating trade deals to serve the interests of the American workers.
Bush ripped the new version of the GOP, which is now a multiracial working class party as “not exactly my vision.”
“It’s not exactly my vision,” Bush added. “But I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture.”
Bush and his allies want a return to the GOP of 2008 that suffered devastating losses to Barack Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelos and they don’t mind if that purges Donald Trump and the new voters he brought into the party in the process.
The GOP establishment just wants to be in charge again.