My God, if Jeb Bush isn’t the Billy Carter of his family I don’t think I can say for certain I don’t know what is real and not real anymore.
The Never Trumpers are having a field day rushing to kick President Trump when he’s down. Trump has been besieged by an endless and daily series of fake news stories by a hostile media, Obama loyalist leaks, an opposition party that refuses to recognize its legitimate loss of an election.
Compounding Trump’s woes is his own Justice Department which has just appointed an independent counsel to engage in an unaccountable fishing expedition into the phony ties to Russia that have been hammered by Dems and their media winged monkeys.
Now John Ellis Bush aka Jeb! is looking to exact his pound of flesh. The low-energy jellyfish boasted that he was right and that the Trump presidency would be one of “chaos” during a gathering of hedge fund hyenas in Las Vegas.
“When I ran for office, I said he is a chaos candidate and would be a chaos president,” Bush said at the Skybridge Alternatives (SALT) hedge fund conference in Las Vegas, according to CNN.
“Unfortunately, so far chaos organizes the presidency right now,” he added.
Bush, a former Florida governor, fought bitterly on the 2016 campaign trail with Trump, labeling the real estate mogul a “chaos candidate” and arguing he would make a “chaos president.” Bush, who was considered in the early days of the GOP race to be a favorite, ended his bid for the Republican nomination after a disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary in February 2016. His comments Friday come in the wake of a series of controversies for Trump over the past 10 days, beginning with his abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey last week.
For his part, Trump has been quick to respond on Twitter and in news conferences to reports about his administration, often taking a combative tone or accusing news media of unfair press coverage. Bush said Friday that the administration has become focused on “living in the tyranny of the moment.” He also advised the president to “stop tweeting,” according to CNN. It’s understandable that like his fellow establishment counterpart Hillary Clinton, that the entitled son of Bush would remain bitter after his campaign was rejected by voters.
The ultimate win-win scenario for the swamp creatures was a Jeb vs. Hillary contest in which either could be counted on for the continuation of business as usual. Then Trump happened. The billionaire insurgent went after Bush from the beginning, mocking him repeatedly via Twitter and on debate stages and delivered the final humiliation by blasting his brother’s legacy in the debate prior to the crucial South Carolina primary.
Jeb badly lost and dropped out of the running. The rest is history.
Now that Trump is under assault from all sides, Bush has joined the rest of the Never Trump zombies who now feel that they can slime out of their safe spaces to attack the president.