George H.W. Bush has died. So let’s not make it about the Bush legacy and BASH President Trump, shall we?
Another funeral circus begins soon.
Remember the recent “funerals” of Senator John McCain and Aretha Franklin. In both these events, Leftist politicians and the fake news media used these deaths to revive Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, and bash the sitting president.
McCain made it a point to not invite the president. His daughter then bashed the president, as if Trump was the reason her father was such an asshole.
And they call Trump uncouth?
So now we get to relive the circuses all over again. Because the Bush family has no love for President Trump.
Will he or won’t he be invited?
It’s not like we had long to wait on this, as George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States died at the age of 94 years old. That’s longer than even most white people live, so how about that white privilege.
CNN described the news of Bush’s death as follows:
Bush’s death, late Friday at his home in Houston, was announced by his son and fellow Republican, former President George W. Bush, who praised his father as “a man of the highest character.”
Born into privilege and a tradition of service, Bush was a son of a senator, celebrated World War II combat pilot, student athlete, Texas oilman, Republican congressman, national party chairman, pioneering diplomat and spy chief. After his own 1980 presidential campaign came up short, he served two terms as Ronald Reagan’s vice president before reaching the pinnacle of political power by winning the 1988 presidential election, soundly defeating Democrat Michael Dukakis.
After losing the White House in 1992, Bush became a widely admired political elder who leapt [sic] out of airplanes to mark birthday milestones. Emphasizing the generosity of his soul, he forged a close — and unlikely — friendship with Democrat Bill Clinton, the man who ended his presidency. When Parkinson’s disease mostly silenced him in public, Bush flashed his sense of humor by sporting colorful striped socks.
Being honest, Bush was the man who blew the Reagan years. He allowed a lecherous practically unknown Arkansas governor to become POTUS, due to utter ineptness.
Bush 41 gave America (and Democrats) the phrase: “Read my lips…no new taxes!”
But worse than that, Bush 41 gave America Bush 43. And President “Compassionate Conservatism” blew it big time.
While I’m happy Bush 43 beat Al “Climate Farce” Gore, Bush proved a horrible president.
Back to the Funeral
What are the bets on President Trump being snubbed? After all, he is the man who coined the phrase “Low Energy” Jeb. And nobody messes with the Bush family’s little boy.
Then there is that tight friendship with the Clintons and the Obamas. What will these compassionate Conservative RINOs do with the president who exposed the true nature of the Bush presidents, and presidential wannabe?
President Trump will issues his tweet respecting the legacy of the Bush family. And he will wait to see what the family wants.
In short, President Trump will act presidential.
President George H.W. Bush led a long, successful and beautiful life. Whenever I was with him I saw his absolute joy for life and true pride in his family. His accomplishments were great from beginning to end. He was a truly wonderful man and will be missed by all!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2018
President Trump’s office released the following statement on the passing of former President George H.W. Bush:
Melania and I join with a grieving Nation to mourn the loss of former President George H.W. Bush, who passed away last night.
Through his essential authenticity, disarming wit, and unwavering commitment to faith, family, and country, President Bush inspired generations of his fellow Americans to public service—to be, in his words, “a thousand points of light” illuminating the greatness, hope, and opportunity of America to the world.
President Bush always found a way to set the bar higher. As a young man, he captained the Yale baseball team, and then went on to serve as the youngest aviator in the United States Navy during the Second World War. Later in life, he rose to the pinnacle of American politics as a Congressman from Texas, envoy to China, Director of Central Intelligence, Vice President of eight years to President Ronald Reagan, and finally President of the United States.
With sound judgement, common sense, and unflappable leadership, President Bush guided our Nation, and the world, to a peaceful and victorious conclusion of the Cold War. As President, he set the stage for the decades of prosperity that have followed. And through all that he accomplished, he remained humble, following the quiet call to service that gave him a clear sense of direction.
Along with his full life of service to country, we will remember President Bush for his devotion to family—especially the love of his life, Barbara. His example lives on, and will continue to stir future Americans to pursue a greater cause. Our hearts ache with his loss, and we, with the American people, send our prayers to the entire Bush family, as we honor the life and legacy of 41.
That thoughtful statement won’t stop the media from baiting President Trump.
And whether Trump is invited or not, the media will make the story negative, and of course about Trump.
RIP George H.W. Bush. You were a crappy president, but a pretty good husband and father.