by Chris Black
This might well be the single funniest thing that has ever happened in all of human history.
George W. Bush was giving a speech denouncing Russia and made a Freudian slip, calling out Putin for launching a “wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq.”
The moronic former Moron-in-Chief slowly corrected himself: “I mean the Ukraine. Heh [sic].”
Then, in apparently a piece of self-deprecating humor, he said, “Iraq too. Anyway.”
The crowd laughed.
Honestly, I give the guy credit for this. He said that his invasion of Iraq was “wholly unjustified and brutal.” I mean – imagine it. I just can’t even…
I don’t think anyone has ever said anything like this before – jokingly admitting to launching a war that killed thousands of Americans and hundreds of thousands of Arabs, and that the whole thing was totally unjustified.
“Wholly unjustified,” in fact.
Former President George W. Bush: “The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq. I mean of Ukraine.” pic.twitter.com/UMwNMwMnmX
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) May 19, 2022
But along with being the funniest thing ever, it is also enlightening. Well, not to you, dear reader – but one would think it would be enlightening to the people.
Where does the US get off in judging Russia on anything at all? The US is the single most corrupt country that has ever existed.
This is a country that literally brainwashes its own children into homosexuality, while threatening the entire world with war if they don’t go along with their anal agenda.