Video: ‘You lied about WMDs’: Iraq war veteran blasts Bush in public



Former U.S. President George W. Bush attends an event commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Stoystown, Pennsylvania, U.S., Sept. 11, 2021. (Reuters Photo)

A veteran of the United States invasion of Iraq, Mike Prysner, publicly called out former U.S. President George W. Bush, a viral video circulating the internet showed late Monday.

“Mr. Bush, when are you going to apologize for the million Iraqis that are dead because you lied?” he asked

“You lied about weapons of mass destruction, you lied about connections to 9/11,” he said, referring to the terrorist attacks that destroyed New York’s World Trade Center.

“You lied about Iraq being a threat,” shouted Prysner, who was interrupted by Bush telling him to “sit and behave.”

Later on, the veteran says that Bush “sent him to Iraq in 2003.”

“My friends are dead. You killed people. You lied,” Prysner managed to add before being forcibly removed by staff at the auditorium where the former U.S. president was delivering a speech.

“My friends are dead because you lied,” Prysner shouted, telling Bush: “You need to apologize! Apologize!”


2 replies

  1. American are not raised to speak truth rather they are asked to fake everything in order to make it. Shameless society and never embarrassed White House.

  2. Will the apology bring back so many people of Iraq and those veterans of Our nation who are Martyred in that War as patriot on a false pretext ? Definitely not, George W. Bush Jr. Brought so much misery to the people of Iraq that cannot be remedied. It was a black period in the History of the World. He should be publicly tried, and US must make good the loss of Iraqi People by rebuilding and reconstruction of the Iraq if United State of America up heles the Justice in the World. Zarif Ahmad

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