Thursday, October 26, 2017

George H.W. Bush, The Creep

I am certain the Cultural Marxist crowd is cheering.

Geroge H.W. Bush, wheelchair-bound, had to issue this apology for "sexual assault":

The statement above comes after actress Heather Lind said the wheelchair-bound creep had "sexually assaulted" her.

She wrote on a now-deleted Instagram post:
When I got the chance to meet George H. W. Bush four years ago to promote a historical television show I was working on, he sexually assaulted me while I was posing for a similar photo. He didn’t shake my hand. He touched me from behind from his wheelchair with his wife Barbara Bush by his side. He told me a dirty joke.
Yes, he is a creep but he has done much worse. He should be condemned in much harsher terms for his serious evil acts, not this nonsense. Where is the focus?



  1. Robert --

    Your sounding a little SJW with this post.

    Since when is such a touch from an almost 90-year old, wheelchair-bound, sufferer of Parkinson's disease considered a sexual assault? If that is the case, there are probably 1 million sexual assaults in the nation's retirement homes each year. I thought only the left abused words in a manner that destroyed their meaning.

    Bush was a pig, just like his son. But don't play the SJW card.

    1. He used the term in quotation marks each time. Why do you think he did that?

      (P.S. It's an extremely low-class thing to do, whether or not it rises to that level.)

  2. Tom --

    Read for clarity, taking the article as a whole. Robert is using this to attack Bush.

    The man has Parkinson's, which typically includes dementia, etc.

    Attack the man for what he did when he had all his faculties (even my calling him a pig was to gentle).

    And attack the actress for seeking publicity (which Robert also provided) by abusing language.

    Keep in mind that if all three of us live long enough, we will likely commit the very same "low-class thing" in some nursing home.

    We should not adopt the means of the left to make a point. By doing so, we simply justify their means.