Some pictures don’t speak a thousand words. They yammer them at us.

Only Pictures the Deranged Prog-Left Want You To See Go Viral

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Only Pictures the Deranged Prog-Left Want You To See Go Viral
“A picture, so the age old saying goes,  “ is worth a thousand words”.  The picture taken when last respects were being paid to gracious former First Lady Barbara Bush: hypocritical, a portrait of lies, an insult to the intelligence of the public at large, and worthy of a thousand more not-so-nice words.

But the word that best describes this picture is “POLITICAL”.


‘Donald Trump Isn’t Going to Like This Photo Very Much’ is the splinter.com headline that soon followed the release of the so-called “touching” photo.

“Thankfully, Donald Trump stayed far away from former first lady Barbara Bush’s funeral services in Texas on Saturday, which were attended by four former presidents and Trump’s rival in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton.” (Splinter, April 22, 2018)

Make that Trump’s defeated and seriously embittered “rival”.

“As has been the tradition in the past, current first lady Melania Trump attended on behalf of the White House, even sitting next to former President Barack Obama during services at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston. (And smiling about it!)”

Former First Lady Michelle Obama attended Nancy Reagan’s funeral on March 11, 2016, at which Barack Obama was a No Show.

Besides, not only Melania, but all former presidents and their wives were broadly smiling in George H. W. Bush photographer Paul Morse’s photo, but at least this time Obama didn’t opt for the kind of selfie he took advantage of during the memorial for Nelson Mandela.

“And now this touching photo, taken by George H. W. Bush photographer Paul Morse, is circulating on social media, and it’s certain to drive Trump mad. (splinter.com)

Wait a minute. We thought Trump, as the hate-inspired progressive/left maintains had already been driven barking “mad”, making him unfit to serve as president.

“As we have seen time and time again, Donald Trump cannot tolerate not being the center of attention, even during a funeral, and he spent the entire day on Saturday raging and ranting about a “fantastic crowd” in Key West; the Democrats suing his campaign and the Russians over a stolen election; former FBI Director James Comey and his infamous notes that indicate obstruction of justice; Attorney General Jeff Sessions and “Mr. Magoo”; and Sylvester Stallone allegedly asking Trump to pardon boxer Jack Johnson. (“I am considering a Full Pardon!” Trump tweeted, in the most obvious wink–wink to his former personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, who could be indicted any day.)” (Splinter)

Incredibly, this is Splinter’s description of why the photo was certain to drive Trump mad:

“That’s because it shows decency, tolerance, honor, respect, and former presidents and first ladies of both parties coming together to pay tribute to an important woman in the country’s political history. It also shows his wife hanging out with the two people Trump hates the most.” (Splinter)

The “two people Trump hates most” just happen to be the two people who hate Trump most.

And yes, all you deplorables, it is only your imagination about the hatred spewed on you and the president ever since his 2016 election.

Making a show of “decency, honor and respect” is not the same as living it.

Ditto for former and current presidents who were photographed making a big show of bipartisanship back in April of 2013 during the dedication of the George W. Bush Library.

Video proves what five presidents and their wives were doing while the U.S. Army Chorus was performing the exquisitely moving Battle Hymn of the Republic, when not everyone had goosebumps: (Canada Free Press, April 28, 2013)

“On the far left of the stage, Michelle Obama was wearing her trademark frown.  Hillary Clinton preened from behind her husband’s shoulder, and you can see for yourself President Barack Obama gesticulating and yakking away to Barbara Bush during most of the five-minute performance. video

“Nobody, of course, mentioned the elephant called The Fundamental Transformation of America up on the stage,  and no president past or present commented on the must-be millions of Americans, who now cry daily at the loss of individual rights and freedoms under the Transformation being forced upon them by Barack Obama.

US Army Chorus Performs At Bush Center Dedication


“Now we move to the day that followed the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas to Washington, D.C.

“In Washington, Barack Obama closed his address to Planned Parenthood, the largest public-funded abortion provider in America by saying, “God Bless You” to Planned Parenthood as the trial of House of Horrors abortionist Kermit Gosnell was ongoing.

Obama to Largest Abortion Provider: ‘God Bless You’

“Given the beauty of its words, and though unintentional as it may have been,  this time when the U.S. Army Chorus performed the mighty Battle Hymn of the Republic, it could have been America’s Swan Song.

“It is for shame that none of the five presidents or their wives who attended Thursday’s Bush presidential center dedication mentioned the glaring decline of America by political deliberate means.”

Some pictures don’t speak a thousand words.  They yammer them at us.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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