President Donald Trump has been a bit of polarizing figure for the modern republican party, thanks to the organization’s unfortunate infiltration of Deep State cronies and globalist shills.
Trump, a populist that has captured the enthusiasm of patriotic Americans everywhere, has certainly been fighting an uphill battle when it comes to pushing forward with his America First agenda. Things have gotten so rough, in fact, that the last few moments of the President’s first State of The Union address appeared to be a thinly veiled admonishment of the Deep State swamp of D.C., where Trump himself reminded those before him that the Capitol building, and the government, belong to the people, calling it “their house”.
The Deep State, a collection of career politicians who predicate their every move on the whims of their pals in big industry and special interest groups, have been a particularly pointed thorn in the side of Trump and his supporters for the entirety of the President’s short political career. Simply put: They understand that Trump is here to upset that apple cart that they’ve been stealing from this entire time.
The most frighting piece of Deep State chicanery, however, has come from those who should be supporting Trump, at least on paper. Once such man is former two-term President George W. Bush, whose connection to middle east oil magnates is a well documented concern for the average American.
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Now, at a time when Trump is facing unprecedented attacks from the swamp creatures of the Beltway, W. is lobbing insults at the Oval Office from the far flung reaches of his Big Oil kingdom, simultaneously taking the President to task for his stance on immigration, and insinuating that the democrats are onto something with their bizarre Russian election hoax.
“Former President George W. Bush said on Thursday that ‘there’s pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled’ in the 2016 American presidential election, forcefully rebutting fellow Republican Donald Trump’s denials of Moscow trying to affect the vote.
“While never mentioning President Trump by name, Bush appeared to be pushing back on Trump’s attempts to have warmer relations with Russia, as well as his comments on immigration.
“‘There’s pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled,’ Bush said at a talk in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. ‘Whether they affected the outcome is another question.'”
Of course, it not clear how Bush would have such a clear view of the issue, given that months of investigation by Robert Mueller has yet to turn up any hard evidence of trouble.
Bush went on to blast the President’s immigration reform ideas as well.
“Bush also criticized Trump’s decision to scrap a program implemented by former President Barack Obama’s administration that allows young immigrants living in the U.S. illegally who were brought here as children to remain in America.
“‘America’s their home,’ the 43rd American president said. ‘They’ve got to get it fixed.’
“Bush acknowledged that he tried to overhaul America’s ‘broken’ immigration system, but failed.
“‘There are people willing to do jobs that Americans won’t do,’ he said. ‘Americans don’t want to pick cotton at 105 degrees (Fahrenheit), but there are people who want put food on their family’s tables and are willing to do that. We ought to say thank you and welcome them.'”
Outside of Bush’s bizarre anti-Trump sentiment, his statement regarding the work of these immigrants will likely be lambasted in the liberal media for their apparent racist overtones. After all, this is the same media that believes using cotton plants to decorate your home is somehow a form of bigotry.