YES!! George W. Bush Breaks His Silence, SMASHES Obama With THIS

Our former commander-in-chief, George W. Bush, has finally opened up about our current President? Behind closed doors with Jewish donors, he had said something about his successor at last.

VIA Angry Patriot

“In order to be an effective president…when you say something, you have to mean it,” he said. “You gotta kill ‘em,” Bush said regarding terrorists, per

Bush explained Obama was placing the country in “retreat” around the world and said Obama was misreading the intentions of Iran. Obama’s decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq came under some scrutiny, and the younger Bush said he agreed with Lindsey Graham that it was a “strategic blunder.”

The former president also demolished Obama in regards to his promise to destroy the Islamic State’s forces. He did not follow through. The first step in having a military goal, Bush said, is to call in your military and ask them “what’s your plan?”

The rise of the Islamic State is Al-Qaeda’s “second act,” and changing the name does not change the fact that the end goal is still the same:  committing jihad and killing Americans.

Finally, Bush said he was proud of his response to terrorism. He cited the example of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who confessed to killing Wall Street journalist Daniel Pearl

Then, the former president went for the jugular: “Just remember the guy who slit Danny Pearl’s throat is in Gitmo, and now they’re doing it on TV.”

Progressives enjoy reprimanding Bush and his strategies, but during Obama’s presidency, terror attacks have not only become more common, nut it has taken root on our very soil. We can easily say that right now we need someone like Bush; we need a leader who will stand up to terror, and that certainly is not Hillary.

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