Tin foil hat time.
Yeah, W flipping seems far out, to me, too. However in the current complexities and umpteen halls of mirrors . . . I kind of expect far out things. Time will tell.
You'll need one as the rest of the indictments start hitting.
Seriously tin foil. W may could be duped, but no way was he an eager treasonous sell-out against America.
W never claimed to be an alcoholic and so far as I know, never needed AA to “quit” drinking. In Laura’s book, she wrote that their culture in the Midland, TEXAS oil world engaged in plenty of beer and whiskey. Seriously true.
W stopped all drinking after his big 40th birthday, where he apparently had a roaring good time, and which also coalesced around a time he was joining a men’s Bible study group, I think in Midland, Texas, or possibly Maine.
He was always proud to have stopped drinking and was happily transparent about it from the beginning. This is not an uncommon story in Texas, or even anywhere else.
Simple to decide to stop, for a decent man with a wife he loved and admired, new twin babies and a future.