(Big League Politics) – George Bush, 43rd US President and member of the notorious Bush globalist political dynasty, was confronted by an anti-war Iraq veteran while speaking at a private event in southern California.
Mike Prysner, a left-wing podcaster, directly addressed the former President for the disastrous legacy of the Iraq War, and the accompanying misery the conflict brought upon both Iraqis and Americans. Bush moved to invade Iraq, a country that had nothing to do with 9/11, in 2003, pushing the falsehood of an Iraqi nuclear weapons program to justify removing Saddam Hussein from power.
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Prysner stood up and directly addressed the former President, considered one of the worst in American history, before Bush’s guards removed him from the auditorium in which Bush was speaking. The host of a left-wing podcast demanded Bush’s apology.
“Mr. Bush, when are you going to apologize for the million Iraqis that are dead because you lied about weapons of mass destruction and connections to 9/11? You sent me to Iraq in 2003, and my friends are dead!“
Bush went on to make an allusion to “incivility,” apparently missing the incivility of invading a sovereign country on the grounds of utterly false allegations.
Prysner, a veteran of the Iraq War, mentioned his friends killed and wounded as a result of their service in the conflict, in addition to the Iraqi civilians whose lives were devastated as a result of the conflict, predicated on false grounds.
Establishment media have since sought to reinvent Bush as a saint, increasingly beholden to a corrupt military-industrial complex that’s never seen a war it doesn’t like. The member of the widely hated political dynasty has returned the favor, making allusions that compared Americans critical of the Washington DC political establishment to the Islamic terrorists responsible for the 9/11 attacks at a memorial event earlier this month.