George W. Bush Tells Story About Manure and Bacon at Little Bro’s Campaign Rally
While stumping for his brother in South Carolina, former President George W. Bush took to the stage to tell a pretty interesting story to kick things off. Flanked by his brother, his wife Laura Bush, and Lindsey Graham, Bush managed to work in references to manure, a PETA protestor, and his love for bacon in what will probably be edited for a hilarious late night show out-of-context bit.
Jeb Bush is campaigning in the Palmetto State five days before the state-wide primary, where the former Florida Governor is hoping to gain momentum after disappointing finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire.
The transcript for the former President’s story about a fond South Carolina campaign memory is as follows:
David, and Susie and I and Laura went to Tommy’s Country’s Ham House. And we were eating breakfast. Matter of fact I was eating some bacon. When I looked out the window and a PETA protester dressed as a pig pulled up in a dump truck. He unloaded a huge load of manure in the parking lot to try to prevent me from leaving. It was kind of a sign of things to come. But let me tell you something about the Ham House. Even a steaming pile of manure can’t ruin their good bacon.
Good to have you back, W.
Check out the above video from CNN.
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