Hooray, Willard’s Back!

Useful idiot Willard “Mitt” Romney is making the rounds at CNN and talking about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But instead of talking about the military actions, Mittens decided he would trash Republicans, who he claims are fanboys for Vladimir Putin.

Lord knows you can trash Republicans for many reasons, but this is really weak sauce.

In what seems to be another instance of thinking the media will like him or be nice to him if he trashes Republicans, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) helped CNN advance a narrative about alleged “pro-Putin” Republicans, who he says have “spoken positively” about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In an interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, Bash asked Romney about alleged “pro-Putin sentiment” from “some corners of your party.”

Yep, all those conservatives are swooning at Putin’s invasion. Boy, I can’t swing a dead cat without hitting a GOPer praising Putin’s impressive military prowess.

While Romney did not name those he claims are uttering “pro-Putin” sentiments, he did say in part:

“But how anybody in this country which loves freedom can side with Vladimir Putin — who is an oppressor, a dictator, he kills people, he imprisons his political opponents. He’s been an adversary of America at every chance he’s had. It’s unthinkable to me. It’s almost treasonous, and it just makes me ill to see some of these people do that.”

Funny, because the current American “president” has imprisoned his political opponents for more than a year now, and I have not heard one peep out of you. Why is that, Willard? Is it because you’re a f**king coward and a traitor to your alleged party? Jagoff.

Seriously Utah, be better. Be. Better.

Slow Joe Is Deteriorating Rapidly

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was speaking with reporters yesterday and during the conversation, Biden forgot the name of Utah Senator Mitt Romney.

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden has provided those questioning the former vice president’s cognitive ability more ammunition, as Biden apparently forgot the name of Utah governor Mitt Romney.

“I got in trouble when we were running against the senator who was a Mormon—the governor” said Biden in reference to Romney.

I’m surprised he didn’t follow up with, “You know the thing!”

Recently, Biden appeared to have forgotten the name of the great recession, as well as the details of a stimulus package he oversaw while service as Vice-President to Barack Obama.

Despite what the media may believe, this is a cut-and-dry election. You could either vote to reelect President Trump (who will continue to build a strong economy, lower unemployment, and bring back law and order) or you could vote for Joe Biden (whose cognitive skills are crumbling, swore to eliminate the Trump tax cuts, and will allow the BLM and Antifa terrorists to continue rioting).

My mother and grandmother battled dementia. I’ve seen it in action, and honestly, I doubt Biden gets past his first year before Kamala Harris officially takes over.

The President Is En Fuego

President Trump spoke at CPAC Saturday, and during his speech he mentioned his favorite Democrat.

President Donald Trump mentioned Utah Sen. Mitt Romney’s name during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday, and the audience exploded in boos.

Trump was discussing impeachment when he said that the reason he was acquitted was because “the Republicans stuck together.”

“Except Romney, of course,” Trump said, causing the audience to boo loudly. “Low life. Low life. Except Romney, they stuck together, and even him I got half a vote. I think he did actually vote one, he couldn’t do it all cause he we wanted to get some nice free publicity for himself, but it was 52 and a half out of 53 votes.”

We’ll likely never have another president like Donald Trump, and that’s a shame, since he is arguably the most entertaining politician in American history.

Willard Romney Is A Worm

Leftist carpetbagger Willard Romney is the first senator in American history to vote for the impeachment of a president from his own party.* Romney voted to impeach President Trump over “abuse of power” regarding Trump’s alleged pressure toward the government of Ukraine to investigate his political rivals.

This is a charge which even the Ukrainian president denied.

Of course, turning on Republicans is not just a hobby for Romney; it’s a way of life.

Romney’s decision was terrifically predictable, and given his vote did not swing the results in either direction, the gravitas that he already assigned to his decision — in the form of two interview “exclusives” — seems a bit theatrical and self-indulgent. There’s an unshakable self-satisfaction that Romney exudes when he goes on heavy-headed tours, demarcating to the adoring left how he is decidedly different from all the other GOP members.

Yes, he’s different from many others within the GOP in the sense that he has no firm principles upon which to base his political decisions besides self-interest and self-importance. He is vaguely in favor of free markets insofar as he appreciates a pro-business environment, having been a businessman once. But that seems to be the extent of his political personality.

He attempts to portray himself as a moral bulwark, but as the above shifts in opinion indicate, many of his political leanings seem to be more a product of self-interest than of genuine moral clarity.

Romney’s “principled stance” also guaranteed fence-sitting senators Kyrsten Sinema (AZ), Doug Jones (AL), and Joe Manchin (WV) would also vote to convict. While the president was acquitted, Willard’s treachery could have led to the president’s removal.

This man begged President Trump to appoint him Secretary of State, and when the president politely refused, Romney threw a tantrum – but not before asking for Trump’s endorsement in his Utah senate race. Trump complied, Romney won the seat, and Willard immediately turned against the president. Wow, what a bastion of morality.

Now I am not delusional enough to believe Romney will see any real backlash over his vote, especially from the Utah electorate. Romney is Mormon, so he is effectively a senator for life. I would like to believe some of his constituents had their eyes opened after this betrayal, but it won’t matter. Willard’s not going anywhere.

*Let’s be honest, the GOP was never Willard’s party.

Willard Embraces His Inner Rat

Good news, everyone! Mitt Romney is back in the news, doing what he does best; pretending he is a conservative and criticizing President Trump.

“I am sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the President,” he wrote, after characterizing as “good news” the fact that there was “insufficient evidence” to charge Trump with a crime.

“I am also appalled that, among other things, fellow citizens working in a campaign for president welcomed help from Russia — including information that had been illegally obtained; that none of them acted to inform American law enforcement; and that the campaign chairman was actively promoting Russian interests in Ukraine,” he continued.

Funny, I guess Mittens forgot to criticize the multiple members of the Clinton campaign and Obama administration who conspired to spy on the Trump campaign and American citizens. It’s okay, Mitt, I’m sure you’ll get to that in good time.

This has been mentioned before, but it bears repeating. Mitt Romney begged the president to nominate him for Secretary of State. The president declined, but he did endorse Romney for the Utah senate seat. Since his election, Romney has done everything possible to deride the president and his administration. It’s a shame the people of Utah didn’t have better judgment while casting their votes.

He Has Maddy Issues

While I voted for him in 2012, I have never been a fan of Mitt Romney. In my opinion, he has always been a smarmy weasel who was more comfortable with leftists than conservatives. That said, the flak he received after claiming Russia was America’s biggest geopolitical foe was wholeheartedly undeserved.

Now, one of those leftist hacks has apologized to Romney, albeit seven years later.

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright apologized to Mitt Romney on Tuesday for previously mocking his 2012 description of Russia as the country’s top geopolitical foe.

Reporters tweeted Albright offered a mea culpa to now-Sen. Romney (R., Utah), then the 2012 GOP nominee, at a House Intelligence Committee hearing, saying “we underestimated what was going on with Russia.”

Romney’s comment in a CNN interview that Russia was “our No. 1 geopolitical foe” was widely viewed as a gaffe by Democrats and the media. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden mocked his “Cold War” mindset, and then-Sen. John Kerry (D., Mass.) said it was a “preposterous notion.” (H/TAOSHQ)

This pathetic scrunt knew Romney was correct in 2012, and she magnanimously apologizes seven years later? Go. F**k. Yourself.


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Willard Shillmore Is Back

Former Democrat, failed presidential candidate and NeverTrumper Mitt Romney is back in Washington, D.C., and it didn’t take this establishment douche long to start attacking the president.

Incoming Utah Senator and former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney slammed President Trump’s character on Tuesday, writing in a Washington Post op-ed that it fell short of what the country needed.

“With the nation so divided, resentful and angry, presidential leadership in qualities of character is indispensable. And it is in this province where the incumbent’s shortfall has been most glaring,” Romney wrote.

“On balance, his conduct over the past two years, particularly his actions this month, is evidence that the president has not risen to the mantle of the office,” Romney wrote.

Well, how could President Trump ever aspire to the way you handled yourself in the Oval Off… oh wait. As I recall, Mittens – if I may call you Mittens – you got crushed by a very vulnerable Barack Obama, just two months after the Benghazi attacks. So the closest you’ve ever come to the White House was wearing a “Visitor” tag on your magic underwear while taking the tour with the peasants.

I’m really trying to be better this year, but every time we get rid of a RINO, another one takes its place. This piece of garbage wants to be the next John McCain. Personally I think Romney is much worse, and he will do whatever it takes to make Trump a one term president. Thanks, Utah. for electing this liberal, do-nothing, career politician.

Senator Orrin Hatch Retiring

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch – one of the squishiest of the current Washington RINOs – is retiring in 2018. Thank Christ.

Utah GOP Sen. Orrin Hatch announced on Tuesday that he will not run for re-election in 2018 and will leave the Senate at the end of his current term, after 42 years in his seat.

This is the dictionary definition of what’s wrong with Congress. We need term limits. Unfortunately, there is something even more upsetting than the lack of term limits: Hatch’s alleged successor…

Hatch’s retirement kicks off an open race for a reliably Republican Senate seat, and one worry for Trump is that one of his biggest GOP critics could replace the Utah senator: Mitt Romney, whose name has been at the top of the list for the GOP nomination for months.

The failed 2012 GOP presidential nominee and former Massachusetts governor has deep familial and political ties in Utah owing to his Mormon faith and his successful management of the once-troubled 2002 Winter Olympics. His family maintains a residence in the state, and Romney hosts an annual political gathering in Utah popular with the GOP establishment.

Great, so we lose a senator with a pathetic 27% Liberty Score at Conservative Review, and possibly gain a senator who implemented Romneycare in MA, lost to Obama, and spent the last few years cuddling RINOs like McCain, Graham, and McConnell.