George W, Bush Drunk And Dancing At Dallas Police Memorial

George W, Bush Drunk And Dancing At Dallas Police Memorial

Is He Or Isn't He?

Only his bartender knows for sure.

The world was rocked by the senseless assault on Dallas Police Officers at a peaceful protest on July 9 2016.

George W, Bush Drunk And Dancing At Dallas Police Memorial


The sniper assault carried out by 25 year old Micah X. Johnson, a U.S. military veteran, ended with 5 police officers deceased and several others wounded, and was also one of the deadliest days for law enforcement in the United States since September 11th 2001,

George W, Bush Drunk And Dancing At Dallas Police Memorial


For some reason George W. Bush was in a mood that didn't exactly correspond with the particular event he was at, as he rocked back and forth nearly breaking into a full fledged Dancing With The Stars Routine, to a tune that is not usually paired with any type of dancing, namely “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

George W, Bush Drunk And Dancing At Dallas Police Memorial


Unfortunately, from the looks of the video that showed Former President Bush rocking and rolling and adding a few hand gestures to go along with the music, First Lady Michelle Obama who was next to Former President Bush, holding his hand, was placed in a severely awkward position.

A position that tried to calm him down a few degrees, hopefully reminding him of the proper Presidential way to act at a memorial service, while slightly pacifying his behavor.

An awkward positon that, try as she might, not completely disguise the look of embarassment and disdain her emotions were evidently bombarded with at the time.

His action sparked conversations and thoughts of a possible elibreated state which not surprisingly has been documented in his past modus operandi.

There have been those who have jumped to the defense of the Former President, by stating that funerals, wakes and memorial services are supposed to be happy home going events and cause for celebrating the life of the deceased instead of the passing.

They have also stated the fact that , “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” is a powerful piece of music that reaches into the heart and soul of a listener and may well have an effect to move the body to dance.

Whatever the case may be more people lean to the side of maybe a few sips were taken before hand to drown the sorrow.



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