Buffoon Trump Blames Bush for 9/11, Is Confused About What ‘Sandy Hook’ Means

Posted by on Oct 16, 2015 at 1:40 pm

Seems to be taking way too long, but his mouth is catching up with him. Let’s face it, you can’t flap your gums 24/7 without it eventually costing you.

Donald Trump took an unprovoked slap at George W. Bush in an interview broadcast Friday, blaming the former U.S. president for not preventing the 9/11 terror attacks.

Asked by Bloomberg Television anchor Stephanie Ruhle how Americans might trust him to keep them safe, the Republican presidential front-runner bristled at the mention of Bush’s role as comforter-in-chief after 9/11, and President Barack Obama’s similar position following the December 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.

‘OK, I think I have a bigger heart than all of them,’ he said. ‘I think I’m much more competent than all of them.’

‘When you talk about George Bush – I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.’

So anything that happens while you’re president is your responsibility. Got it. The moron also seems confused by the reference to Sandy Hook, the school where the Newtown shootings took place.

‘If you look at Sandy Hook, those people are still begging for help. It’s a disaster, and it’s a disaster all over the place.’

The dimwit is referring to Sandy Hook, NJ, down along where Hurricane Sandy hit. He can’t even discern the difference. Oof.

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7 Responses to “Buffoon Trump Blames Bush for 9/11, Is Confused About What ‘Sandy Hook’ Means”

  1. steve on 16/16/15 at 4:32 pm

    Hmmm … I haven’t figured out why JWF has his panties in a wad about Trump.
    I suspect another phony conservative who thinks our candidates have to be staunch conservative on each and every issue. Got it. We’ll lose the White House again JWF.
    Oh, and GW at least should share responsibility for 9/11/2001 … at least.

  2. Polly62 on 17/17/15 at 3:02 pm

    Steve, there are some things a candidate really shouldn’t say, like “I prefer that my heros NOT be captured” and “It happened on his watch.” Not just nasty but also shallow and obviously not well-thought-out. And so far, no sign of a concrete plan to solve our problems, just “American will be strong again, I can tell you that.”

    Is that what you’re hoping for in a president?

    Last time a majority of voters chose “Hope ‘n Change.” You happy to move on to, “I can tell you that”?

  3. FiftycalTX on 18/18/15 at 3:40 pm

    So, you prefer Ms. Pantsuit and her gun confiscation to someone that MIGHT actually be a teeny, tiny bit conservative? Cuz I won’t vote for Jeb!, no matter what. Jeb! is set up to LOSE to Ms. Pantsuit. Then the chamber of fascists can keep their illegals and Jeb! will get back on the Walmart board and the others and wait for the day his son has his “turn”.

  4. Darth Chipmunk on 19/19/15 at 5:19 pm

    LOL The GOP Establishment (AKA Failure Theater) is a clown car and you expect anyone on the right to look down on Trump’s “buffoonery”? As if gaffes or speaking too quickly haven’t already been thoroughly documented as the “moron”, “dimwit” multi-millionaire fired stars off “The Apprentice” with his successful but too-quick tongue 10 years ago! What part of, “known quantity” is so terribly difficult to understand? Furthermore, you act as if “buffoonery” disqualifies him from elected office. Methinks you should reevaluate your premise (or start actually paying attention). SMH

    You know who else calls Trump a clown, or buffoon, or dimwit, or moron? “Occupy Democrats” does, with their petty, immature, but oh-so-clever memes. So you go that going for you!

  5. Red Rocks Rockin on 21/21/15 at 4:55 pm

    Seems to be taking way too long, but his mouth is catching up with him

    You’ve been saying this for how many months now? The mere fact that Trump can apparently say anything he wants and he’s still smoking the rest of the GOP field in the early voting states should tell you that Outrage Theater isn’t any more awesome on the right than it is on the left.

  6. Smarty on 26/26/15 at 11:18 am

    G. Bush and Clinton ignored the signs.
    Post 9/11, Bush helped Saudi (including Bin Laden family flee).
    Post 9/11, Bush increased Muslim immigration.
    G. Bush did great in Iraq, but didn’t see traitor Obama coming.
    G. Bush has said nothing bad about Obama, but bashes Cruz?
    G. Bush gave us the police state, failed to anticipate (?) how Dems would abuse it.
    G. Bush gave us TARP, which gave Obama the window to destroy our economy with his bailouts.
    Jeb Bush gave 14 of 19 9/11 terrorists FL driver’s licenses.

    The Bush family does deserve criticism. Jeb does not need to be President. Trump may not be true Tea Party, but compare him to Dole, McCain, Romney. We need to build our industrial base, and secure our borders. The GOPe will not let Cruz win, so it has to be Trump.

  7. Smarty on 26/26/15 at 11:21 am

    RE heroes:
    McCain was famous for crashing planes. Had he not been the son of an Admiral he would have been grounded.

    Then he gets shot down and milks it for 40 years.