Mittens Romney Trash-Talks Trump, Gets ROASTED On Twitter

Written by Wes Walker on October 6, 2019

If he’d fought as hard against Obama, maybe he wouldn’t be bitching about President Trump’s ‘tone’.

Romney is trying to pitch his opposition to Trump as ‘principled’. But to so many of the rest of us it just looks like sour grapes.

Mitt Romney has taken up the mantle of heir apparent to Jeff Flake as the Chief Dissenting RINO in the allegedly ‘Republican’ party.

He never misses an attempt to ingratiate himself to the press that so badly savaged him in 2012, and it almost seems like he’s begging them to love him. But he’s not yet learned that they’ll only speak well of him for as long as he’s useful.

And sorry to burst your bubble, Mitt, but in case you haven’t noticed a Billionaire Morman Republican will only be useful as a foil against Trump. Once they don’t need that, they’ll be right back to hating you.

And he’s playing right into their game.

He and Trump had a bit of a dust-up on Twitter… and in the process of Mittens getting dragged, a few things he’d rather see buried came up with them.

First, here’s the Twitter exchange. They traded insults, and not for the first time.

Trump, never one to back away from a fight, punched back.

There were all kinds of reactions.

Hey Romney… did nobody tell you ‘the internet is forever’?


About those sour grapes? Does THIS qualify as ‘motive’?

Oh yes, and there’s a cherry on top.

Not only did we get reminded about that time he sided with Antifa, and an advisor that worked with Biden’s son for Burisma, but we also got to watch Bill Kristol punch himself in the face (unprovoked) on Twitter.

Ah, Bill Kristol. Principled Conservative. Who was the money behind your ‘Bulwark’ project again? A strong and principled Republican? Or someone on the left that’s happy to see Red-on-Red attacks?

Defending Democracy Together has been criticized for accepting at least $600,000 in two grants from Democracy Fund Voice, a 501(c)(4) group created and funded by left-wing mega-donor Pierre Omidyar. According to Democracy Fund Voice’s website, in May 2018 it “approved two grants to Defending Democracy Together: first in the amount of up to $100,000 over one year and then in the amount of up to $500,000 over one year”

The Institute was also awarded $150,000 from the left-leaning William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in September 2018. The grant was paid to the Institute through DonorsTrust, a right-of-center donor-advised fund provider
Source: FrontPageMag

One negative tweet from Romney dug all that up.

Wasn’t that fun?

Now that you’ve been soundly spanked on the internet, feel free to go away. The guy who actually DID become president has better things to do.

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