Description: During GOP Debate in Houston Texas, when the camera had panned to Bush, he is seen sitting in his wheelchair, but looking remarkably
healthy and happy, with a very intense and disgusted Barbara Bush, also making eye contact with Trump, while Bush then while looking at Trump makes a
cut throat gesture and then is so pleased with himself he grunts in satisfaction, perhaps in noting that he "got away with it" and was able to signal
No, I have no idea actually. I don't even know who he was looking at when he did it. They say he's looking right at Trump but all you can see in
that video is him glancing that direction and then it looks like he looks away. There isn't any context or anything for what is actually happening.
But they talk about it as if he gave Trump a glare that was sinister but it doesn't look that way to me.
Stone and Jones love to get all dramatic and BS their stupid theories to the point that they're just a joke. Their narrative of what is happening
seems completely false to me.
But what Bush is doing there and why I really couldn't say for sure. But assuming it's some kind of threat to Trump just sounds silly to me. It's
too cheesy to believe. They even try to drag Barbara into it too which is funny.
True, I haven't interviewed the witnesses to corroborate it. Maybe he was threatening someone else with it.
The general understanding, from alleged witnessed and, according to the video (except that it doesn't reveal Trump as the object of attention), is
that there is a strong indication is that indeed it was directed at Trump.
If it could be established that it was in fact directed at Trump, isn't that either rather significant, or just a very sick joke?
Why is it so hard to believe that it was directed at Trump as the alleged witnesses claimed?
edit on 18-12-2016 by AnkhMorpork because: (no reason given)
You must take into account that the people who are claiming it was directed at Trump could very well be strong Trump supporters who, as has been
proven many times recently, look for ANYTHING that might even REMOTELY look like a slight against Trump then amplify it to extreme levels and claim
the sky is falling.
I, for one, don't have knee jerk reactions to things, nor do I take peoples word for it.
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