Hollywood and Media Hype Bush Because Short-Term Memory
How times change.
George W. Bush, a president so divisive that the entire country nearly came apart during his reign of war and economic collapse, is suddenly the darling of the mainstream media — the very mainstream media that became more hyper-partisan than ever specifically to oppose him.
Bush and the media now have a common enemy: Donald Trump. And Hollywood and the media have no problem promoting the words of a man that they long viciously despised. Bush called Trump’s inauguration “some weird shit,” agreeing with Hillary Clinton.
Here’s Bush in his speech Thursday taking aim at Trump, who is not a white supremacist and who has hired numerous minorities and women in his administration.
Here’s Alyssa Milano, a C-list actress who previously tweeted that Steve Bannon should be fired from the White House because somebody allegedly arranged elves in a Christmas store she went to (in August) with Nazi salues:
George W. Bush's unmistakable takedown of Trumpism — and Trump https://t.co/UzzcSmppgT
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 19, 2017
Here’s CNN political commentator Keith Boykin:
George W. Bush just slammed bigotry, white supremacy, Russian election interference and conspiracy theories. In other words, Donald Trump. https://t.co/S4uHKpqa7V
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) October 19, 2017
Here’s Democrat Scott Dworkin:
Trump makes George W. Bush look presidential. That’s how bad Trump is.
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) October 19, 2017
Here’s Democrat and media pinhead David Axelrod.
“Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone; provides permission for cruelty and bigotry.”https://t.co/clYnWDXtSY
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) October 19, 2017
Here’s a liberal pointing out the hypocrisy.
If you bolster Bush to make the point that Trump is bad, you’re a hack. Full stop.
— Secular Talk🎙 (@KyleKulinski) October 19, 2017
Changing times indeed.