A Dead Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush By James Reed

     We share a moment to reflect upon the legacy of George H. W. Bush (1924-2018), 41st president of the US. Yes, here was a true globalist man, who did his bit in continuing the New World order, and was not afraid of using that term, because things have gone swimmingly well for the globalists, and they could relax and stretch out a bit in comfort. Bush signed the Immigration Act of 1990, massively increasing Third World immigration to America. Eagerly he negotiated the free trade NAFTA agreement, but it was left to Bill Clinton, when he was not having sex with interns, to sign it into law. Then there was the Gulf War, war for oil. Overall, for a globalist he did well. For America, he did nothing but dragged the country down further. I leave you with the infamous New World Order video, old George at his globalist peak:

     Oh wait, what about the groping allegations? Silly me, I forgot about that:

“An eighth woman has come forward with claims that former US president George HW Bush groped her. An interpreter, whom the BBC has agreed not to name because of the sensitive nature of her job, claims Mr Bush touched her inappropriately in 2004. The alleged incident took place at a meeting between the former president and the Spanish defence minister Jose Bono Martinez. The interpreter has not previously spoken publicly about the incident. "It was 2004," she told the BBC. "Spanish troops had been withdrawn suddenly from Iraq and I was working as an interpreter in Spain." Jose Zapatero's Socialist Party unexpectedly won the general election in March of that year. The incumbent US president, George W Bush, was nearing the end of his first term in office. His relationship with Mr Zapatero was markedly frostier than the warm rapport he had enjoyed with the Spanish prime minister's conservative predecessor. George HW Bush, the president's father, was hunting in Spain so, with an interpreter, Mr Martinez was sent to meet him armed with a gift - a pair of hunting rifles.”

     Apparently old George liked the young ones too:

“A woman has said she was 16 when former US President George HW Bush groped her buttocks as she posed for a photo with him and her mother. Rosyln Corrigan is the sixth woman to accuse Mr Bush of inappropriately touching her in similar circumstances. She told Time Magazine she met Mr Bush at a 2003 meeting of CIA officers in Texas, where her father worked. "My initial reaction was absolute horror," she said about the incident. "I was really, really confused." "I was a child," Ms Corrigan added. A Bush spokesman has previously acknowledged he has touched several women on the rear. On Monday, Jim McGrath, a spokesman for Mr Bush, told the BBC the 41st president, who once directed the CIA, "simply does not have it in his heart to knowingly cause anyone harm or distress, and he again apologises to anyone he may have offended during a photo op". Ms Corrigan said the incident occurred as Mr Bush was posing for a photo with her and her mother at the CIA office in The Woodlands, Texas, in November 2003. "As soon as the picture was being snapped on the one-two-three he dropped his hands from my waist down to my buttocks and gave it a nice, ripe squeeze, which would account for the fact that in the photograph my mouth is hanging wide open," Ms Corrigan said. Mr Bush was 79 years old at the time.”

     Shame on him. And, as in parallel cases in  Australia, the good people who do nothing, voted for him.



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