We hear more and more White House chatter about increasing Presidential temper tantrums – reports of an out-of-control President George W. Bush losing it with close aides and even during incidental contacts with lower-level West Wing staff.
This is unconfirmed. Our usual sources aren’t talking and those who contact us are ones whose information has not always checked out in the past but if the Department of Homeland Security can raise terror alert levels on unconfirmed chatter, we can sound the alarm bell on reports that the Prez may be losing it
We first reported on Bush’s erratic behavior and temper tantrums on June 4, 2004. As usual the mainstreamer ignored it until Newsweek reported the same thing in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Other reports said Bush, angry over war protests, went into a mad tirade against “traitors and Commies.”
Now others are chronicling the President’s history of temper tantrums. But new reports say the outbursts occur more frequently and Bush then retreats into a deep depression. In 2004, we reported Bush was taking anti-depressants. He may need to go back on them.
All of this suggests disturbing behavior in the man who can order a nuclear strike on another nation. It also explains how the man can authorize illegal spying on Americans by the National Security Agency and then brag about it to the public.