President Trump’s National Security Adviser, John Bolton, recently wrote an op-ed praising Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear accord. Comments on the article included:
- “This article is so wrong I don’t know where to start. So I won’t”
- “…because your hatred of Iran and your desire for war, you don’t care that Iran was upholding its end of the bargain”
- “It’s too bad this…kook is anywhere near national security. He’s a xenophobic, Muslim-hating, climate denying loudmouth who sells patently absurd and paranoid b.s. to anybody willing to listen.”
To which IndieDems replied:
Shame on all you naysayers, doubting the judgment of Trump and Bolton. I have no doubt that Trump will show the same intelligence and judgment dealing with Iran that he demonstrated in dealing with the Stormy Daniels imbroglio. He doesn’t even need to repeat his brilliant move of bringing Giuliani on board and turning him lose to do TV interviews. He’s already got Giuliani’s foreign policy twin: John Bolton! Bolton unquestionably has the same mental acumen and verbal skills as Giuliani. Maybe even better. Aren’t we lucky to have a President who can call on such geniuses to advise him!
The same President who proved his mettle with his decisive response to Russia’s being caught red-handed interfering in American elections. In fact, has the insight to see that Vladimir Putin, far from being a murderous thug, is a great man worthy of great praise.
And never forget: Bush is the Republican ideal of a President, faithfully executing the Republican policies of Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch, Nikki Haley, et.al. 80 to 90 percent of Republicans support their Republican President and the Republican agenda he is so faithfully implementing.
Republicans just love a President who brags about sexually assaulting women, supports calling his own daughter a piece of a–,” uses ethnic and religious slurs, mocks the handicapped, advocates torture, and calls African countries “s–tholes,” to name a few of the things Republicans hold so dear.
Including Johnny Isakson, David Perdue, Barry Loudermilk, and Karen Handel.