Jeb Bush, the man who was supposed to be crowned the Republican nominee for president in 2016, has taken his pathetic obsession with his own failure to a new, despicable low… By having his “birthright” stolen by political outsider Donald Trump, he’s got a major bone to pick. Unfortunately, he’s picking it with Trump’s 12-year-old son, Barron.
Speaking at Yale University, the former Florida Governor and confirmed RINO first claimed he would not get into a re-hash of the 2016 election. After receiving 3 delegates and spending $150 million of other people’s money, there’s little to say of course. But, he eventually exorcised some of his personal demons by looking at the “sunny side” of his crushing defeat.
Check it out per Washington Times:
At one point, Bush described the current president as “Republican in basically name only.” And earlier in his speech, Bush said that after the 2016 Republican primary in South Carolina, he returned home to children who “actually love me.” Several audience members interviewed after the event said they interpreted Bush’s comment as a jab at Trump.
I mean, is anything funnier than Donald Trump coming home to his 12-year-old son’s loathing? And surely Jeb Bush’s secret torment over not getting his turn in the White House after his father and brother got their turn justifies an attack on a pre-teen boy.
Oh sure, Jeb meant Don Jr., Eric and Ivanka, the adult Trump children who serve as public surrogates for the president, right? Surely he didn’t mean the young child of the president. Well, Bush didn’t make that distinction, did he? And when Barron sees the headlines flash across his television or smartphone, he won’t see that distinction, will he?
So, Jeb, take a memo: you lost in 2016 in spectacular, thermonuclear fashion. Your campaign was a failure, just like your brother’s eight years in office. Your father, a kind and thoughtful leader, is most likely appalled at you and your sibling’s inability to govern.
By bringing up President Trump’s children, you’ve shown your true colors and they aren’t red. They’re a hideous, disgusting blue.
What’s your opinion of Jeb Bush?