Another George Bush Did Cocaine

This is from an email I received from News Max. I know there will be skeptics but I imagine it would be easy enough to check out.

For years journalists have been trying to chase down reports that George W. Bush was once arrested on a cocaine possession charge.

It’s true that George W. Bush of Midland, Tex. – where the president grew up – was arrested on an “unlawful practice of medicine” charge.

But that George W. Bush did not go on to become leader of the free world, according to documents obtained by Radar magazine.

The magazine discovered the rumors about President Bush have been based on a strange case of mistaken identity.

While the documents indicate that the arrested man had blue eyes, like the president, and a similar build, they show his birth date to be Dec. 7, 1945. The man in the White House was born on July 6, 1946.

A court judgment filed in 1987, the year after George Bush says he gave up drinking, reveals that the man who shares his name was convicted and hit with a $2,000 fine and a year of probation.

The arrest story originated in J.H. Hatfield’s 1999 book “Fortunate Son: George W. Bush and the Making of an American President.”

Hatfield, who himself was convicted of drug dealing and attempted murder, claimed that Bush was busted for drug possession in Texas but convinced a judge to expunge his record by volunteering for an inner-city outreach program.

The book was thoroughly discredited. Hatfield’s publisher recalled the book less than a week after its release and Hatfield committed suicide a year later.

The president has vehemently denied the drug claim.

The architect of Bush’s purported deal with the Texas judge was rumored to be well-known Texas attorney Warren Burnett, according to Radar. Burnett happened to be the lawyer who represented the “other” George W. Bush, the newly disclosed documents show.

Perhaps Michael Moore can deflate this rumor about President Bush in his next documentary. Fat chance.

Fat chance indeed. Moore, and most of the left for that matter, would not admit a mistake about Bush or write something flattering if an Angel of the Lord talked to them personally. Of course with the left the only angel they are likely to talk to is the fallen one. They sold their souls to him years ago.



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