George W. Bush just backed Biden’s extreme immigration agenda in a sickening betrayal

George W. Bush has spent the last few years cozying up to the Left.

He has become good friends with Michelle Obama and gone on talk shows to trash Trump.

But now George W. Bush just backed Biden’s extreme immigration agenda in a sickening betrayal.

In hindsight, the legacy of George W. Bush’s presidency is one of big spending, unnecessary wars, lies, and continually putting America last.

On the campaign trail, then-candidate Donald Trump famously went after the former president, calling his decision to invade Iraq “the single worst decision ever made.”

Since then, Bush has consistently attacked Trump, even recently calling him an “isolationist.”

But the most notable way Bush has gone after Trump is through his extreme views on illegal immigration, which mirror that of Joe Biden and the Democrat Party.

When President Trump was working to secure the border by building a wall, and deporting violent illegal immigrants, Bush was calling for left-wing immigration reform.

And just this week he took things to a new extreme, with the George W. Bush Center calling for amnesty for illegal immigrants.

The group states that amnesty is “essential” to securing the border in an op-ed for the Dallas Morning News, written by the George W. Bush Center’s Natalie Gonnella-Platts and Jenny Villatoro.

Of course, that isn’t true.

Biden promised amnesty on the campaign trail, which has caused historic numbers of illegal immigrant border crossings since he took office.

They know that if Biden gives them amnesty, they will get citizenship, so they are making a mad rush across the border to make sure they are in the U.S. when that happens.

Bush not understanding that fact shows just how out of touch he is.

“Immigration reform in the United States is essential to assuring that we have a secure and efficient border, a system flexible enough to handle changes in migrant flows, and the capacity to treat each migrant with dignity,” the Bush Center writes.

The op-ed further states, “Any comprehensive plan on Central America and immigration reform should address gender inequity and gender-based violence.”

This op-ed coming from Bush’s name-sake organization is a slap in the face to everybody who voted for him.

The United States is in the middle of a border crisis, and Bush’s “solution” will only make the problem worse.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.