Lively's commentary focuses directly on the Bush political dynasty and its active support of the Democratic Party's effort to elect Joe Biden as President of the United States. George W. Bush publicly announced in June that he would not vote for the President and now a group of former staffers, dubbing themselves 43 Bush for Biden by way of a super PAC, have gotten into the fray. Bush, of late, has shown many indications of his disdain for Trump, often speaking out publicly to criticize the current President while nary a bad word about the Democratic actions of the day have been stated. And it brought back to my memory the actions of the Bush family in the past and it became crystal why he is doing what he is doing. Like his grandfather before him and his father, George W. was, in reality, a Republican in Name Only (RINO), groomed by his family as the oldest son, to follow his father's path. And his opportunity came due to his ties to the Establishment, which in his early years he was able to hide due to the pre-occupation of the nation around 9-11. But later, when the issue of immigration came up, he took a stand against the general party membership and, in so doing, opened the way for his Democratic opposition to take control of the House and make his last few years in office a huge disappointment. Yet, he would never defend himself, a shortfall which hastened the arrival of a real Cultural Marxist in the person of Barack Obama, who was never vetted, was accepted as the Messiah of the future by the media, and we know what then happened. How did Bush get this way?
W's grandfather, Prescott Bush was an Establishment Republican, one of those Republicans who was used to being in the minority and a group that has been customarily happy with sitting in the back as long as their social standing and perks are left untouched. Prescott Bush was a good friend of Lyndon Johnson, a totally ruthless man, and while it is understandable that Bush understood the power Johnson held as Majority Leader, what would make him so close to the man. Well, perhaps it was part of an effort to further to further the career of his son, George H.W. Bush, a man who we now know was the only representative of the CIA briefed by the FBI about the Kennedy assassination on November 23, 1963, the day after the event. And while some say that is a conspiracy theory, there is also photographic evidence of a man looking very much like George H.W. Bush on the street in Dallas during the assassination. Remember, George H.W. would also become the CIA Director in the mid-1970's. And then there is the known fact that H.W. was very opposed to Ronald Reagan becoming President, worked actively against him, and Reagan made him part of his team as Vice President in an effort to bring the full array of Republicans to support his cause. It was a good faith effort yet, when H.W. followed the Gipper as President, he immediately started to undo the actions of Reagan in his "thousand points of light," which many say today is nothing more than a code of sorts for what we now call the One World Order. The topping on the cake is when Bush made his famous "read my lips" speech, then caved to a tax increase, and his time would soon be up. Could that have been by design?
Now here's where it really gets complex, for with his defeat by Bill Clinton, it wasn't long before the former President and the Bush family would show great fondness for the Clinton's and, of course, it grew stronger over time with the Bush family working jointly with the Clinton's on charitable activities, including the Clinton Foundation. It was almost like they were working together and then, as if on cue, we would see, eight years later, George W. Bush replace Clinton as President. A Bush preceded a Clinton, then a Clinton passed the baton to Bush, and then, eight years later it looks like the game was on to pass the baton back to a Clinton until Barack Obama surprised the world by not only winning the nomination, but then humbling the hapless John McCain, who campaigned as if he really didn't want to win. But just like the older Bush in 1992, could McCain have thrown the election on purpose, just like Mitt Romney appeared to do four years later? After all, Obama threw rocks and McCain didn't even put his dukes up and Romney, a man who gave Obama fits in the early debating action, surrendered to moderator Candy Crowley's put down of his comments with nary a whimper. I remember that one well and I told my wife at the time, game over. And this is where the concept of a Purple Uniparty comes from, for if two parties were actually putting on a play to make it look like there was major differentiation and then the Establishment Republicans cave to show they really are closer to the Left than they want us to know, it's an easy argument to understand and it explains a lot.
And that brings us to 2016, with a real new player coming onto the stage, Donald Trump. Similar to eight years earlier, Hillary thought she would finally inherit her rights to the throne of power, but Trump blocked here way. He outpointed her and it looked like the Purple Uniparty, or some might call the Deep State political Establishment, might finally get its comeuppance. But then the non-stop assault unprecedented in American history began against a sitting President and much of the Republican Establishment began to show their true selves. Lively calls it the Bush/Clinton/Obama/Romney Purple Uniparty and that could very likely be just what we have. Whether it is real or not, it is something we all should take into account and consider when we go to vote this Fall. If what you see is what we get, particularly with the addition of a confused Joe Biden who has bought the Kool Aid of Bernie Sanders lock, stock and barrel, we are in very big trouble. Think about it, pray on it, and ask for Divine guidance in what needs to be done. He knows and He will give discernment to guide our way.