Former President George W. Bush has been pretty friendly with Democrats over the last few years.
Bush seems to have a bit of a crush on Michelle Obama, and he has been posing for photographs with former Democrat presidents since 2016.
Now he has crossed a line his remaining supporters may find just a bit too much.
Bush is now promoting amnesty for illegal immigrants, snubbing Angel Families in the process.
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I have never hidden my disdain for the Bush family, specifically George W. Bush and everything about his administration.
As far as I am concerned, he was Cheney’s puppet, and I have no love lost for Cheney either.
The Bush family has always been an advocate for illegals, as has his family, and you can look back to the policies his father either put in place or tried to put in place as proof of that.
Now he is meeting with illegal immigrants to promote amnesty.
Rather than meeting with Angel Families that have lost family members from some of the criminals that have entered this country illegally, he is pushing for a Democrat issue.
Bush stated, “Take DACA for example — we have all these young talented people who want to create jobs, but it’s hard to create jobs when you are unsure of your future.
“And reforming the worker program will relieve a lot of tension at the border.”
Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney was not exactly happy about the news.
Gibboney, who lost a 29-year-old son via an illegal immigrant, stated, “Where were the Bushes when my first-born and only son Ronald da Silva was murdered by a previously deported criminal illegal alien?
“Where was the concern and compassion for my family, who legally immigrated to the United States?
“The fact is, our immigration system has grossly neglected Americans and legal immigrants.
“I challenge the Bushes to meet with me, face-to-face, and give me the same amount of time as they have given illegal aliens.”
There is a runoff election in May in Texas and there will be a Bush on the ballot.
I am pretty confident this news will not help his chances at unseating our current attorney general.