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Sen. Warner (D-VA) “Commends” Bush for Comparing Unarmed Capitol Protesters to Islamic Terrorists

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Democrat Senator Warner “Commends” George W Bush on having the “courage” to stick to the globalists’ narrative about the unarmed protesters who peacefully walked into the capitol on January 6. Don’t forget that Bush voted for Joe Biden.

From Breitbart:

Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) said Monday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” that President George W. Bush showed “courage” when he compared the January 6 Capitol protesters to the Islamic terrorists.

Mitchell said, “I want to also play something that President George W. Bush said on 9/11 at the ceremonies in Shanksville, where he compared the insurrectionists at the Capitol, attacking our Capitol, to the 9/11 terrorists. let’s watch.”

In a video, Bush said, “There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. Then there is disdainful pluralism in their disdain for human life. In their determination to defile national symbols, they are children of the same foul spirit.”

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