George W. Bush Just Left the Republican Party With One Sentence

George W. Bush executed his final betrayal of Donald Trump and his supporters.

No one saw this coming.

And George W. Bush just left the Republican Party with one sentence.

George W. Bush spent the eight years Barack Obama was in office refusing to say one negative word about Obama even though Obama spent eight years trashing Bush and scheming to erase every Bush administration policy initiative.

Bush did not give Donald Trump or the modern Republican Party similar consideration.

The former President recently published “Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants,” a book celebrating open borders and praising mass immigration.

Bush published an op-ed in the Washington Post calling on the GOP to agree to the Democrats’ demands for mass amnesty and voting rights for tens of millions of illegal aliens.

In an interview on NBC’s “Today Show,” Bush eagerly attacked the GOP and Donald Trump at the prompting of left-wing host Hoda Kotb.

Bush attacked the GOP as bigoted know-nothings that hate foreigners and live in fear of the world beyond their shores.

“I would describe it as isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent nativist,” Bush declared.

Bush contrasted the “America First” orientation of Donald Trump’s Republican Party against Bush’s Republican Party which stood for shipping jobs to China, and defending the border of Iraq and Afghanistan while throwing open America’s southern border to a flood of illegal immigrants in the hopes of passing another mass amnesty.

However, Bush admitted he was done with playing a leading role in the Republican Party.

“It’s not exactly my vision,” Bush added. “But I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture.”

Kotb asked Bush about the January 6 riot at the Capitol, and Bush responded that the scene made him sick.

Bush—like his fellow liberals—blamed the attack on “misinformation” available on the internet.

“What’s really troubling is how much misinformation there is — the capacity of the people to spread all kinds of untruth,” Bush said. “I don’t know what we’re going to do about that. I know what I’m doing about it. I don’t do Twitter or Facebook or any of that stuff,” Bush stated.

Bush—who took America to war on false pretenses after he stood in the House of Representatives and told a fictitious story about Saddam Hussein buying yellowcake uranium in Niger to build a nuclear bomb—is now upset that people’s grandmothers are on Facebook asking questions about the results of the 2020 election.

The Never Trump establishment—of which Bush and his brother Jeb serve as their avatars—hate the fact that Donald Trump attacked the swamp’s ability to make money through endless war, importing cheap foreign labor via open borders, and globalist trade deals.

Bush and his allies can’t stand that Donald Trump’s Republican Party puts the interest of America and its workers ahead of the globalist agenda.

Former President Bush didn’t raise a peep while Barack Obama spent eight years trying to impose socialism on America.

But when Donald Trump wanted fewer foreign wars, secure borders, and trade deals that benefited American workers, George Bush went on a media tour to renounce the Republican Party.

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