George Bush Shows Up Trump With Sunday COVID-19 Message To America


President George W. Bush has spent much of his time in his Texas home cutting brush and using art brushes for his surprisingly good paintings. He has followed an unwritten rule that once out of office, presidents do not attack their predecessors — until now. He is asking Americans for a favor.

In his three-minute tweeted video, President Bush called on Americans to discard partisan divides and come together to face this terrible coronavirus pandemic. He said:

‘A Message from President George W. Bush’

Over a million people in our great nation have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus, and over 67,000 have died within just two months — more than in the 11 years the country fought the Vietnam War. The son of another president, Bush said as The POLITICO reported:

‘Let us remember how small our differences are in the face of this shared threat. In the final analysis, we are not partisan combatants. We are human beings, equally vulnerable and equally wonderful in the sight of God. We rise or fall together.’

President Bush continued, noting over 30,000 people and counting have filed for unemployment:

‘[I saw America] embrace unavoidable new duties” after the 9/11 terror attacks, and that “spirit is alive and well in America. Let’s remember that the suffering we experience as a nation does not fall evenly. In the days to come, it will be especially important to care in practical ways for the elderly, the ill and the unemployed.’

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