Mitt Romney attacks Hawley et al for following US Constitution, Crazy “dangerous to democracy” statement, “motivated by bitterness and jealousy.”
“Why would anybody listen to @MittRomney? He lost an election that should have easily been won against Obama. By the way,so did John McCain!”...Donald Trump July 18, 2015
“top Mitt Romney adviser Joseph Cofer Black, who publicly goes by “Cofer Black,” joined Burisma’s board of directors while Hunter Biden was also serving on the board.”...The Federalist September 26, 2019
“I believe Mitt Romney is motivated by bitterness and jealously that @realDonaldTrump accomplished what he has failed to do multiple times. His desire to pander to the chattering class has gotten the best of him…again.”…Rick Gorka former Romney press secretary
Is Mitt Romney still “motivated by bitterness and jealousy.” ?
From The Hill February 5, 2020.
“Former Romney campaign spokesman says conviction decision is ‘motivated by bitterness and jealousy’
The former press secretary of Sen. Mitt Romney’s (R-Utah) 2012 presidential campaign called his decision to convict President Trump on the impeachment charge of abuse of power “motivated by bitterness and jealousy.”
Rick Gorka, who is now a communications director for the Republican National Committee (RNC), tweeted Wednesday that Trump “accomplished what he [Romney] has failed to do multiple times.”
“These are the same people that hated Mitt in 2012 and they will hate him again when they are done with him,” he added. “It is sad to see that Mitt has not learned the lessons from 2012. Now he has betrayed his Party and millions of voters.”
Gorka’s comments come amid a wave of pushback from the GOP.
The president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., also claimed that Romney was bitter toward the president, and called for him to be expelled from the Senate GOP conference.”
Does this explain Romney’s irrational and unconstitutional statements?
From Trending Politics January 2, 2020.
“Romney Lashes Out At Josh Hawley: ‘Dangerous For Democracy’
Failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney took aim at colleague Senator Josh Hawley over the Missouri Republican’s intention to object to the certification of the Electoral College vote this week.
Unlike Romney, Hawley is a man of principle who is willing to stand up for Republican voters who were disenfranchised due to fraud and malfeasance in states controlled by Democrats and in Georgia where shady GOP Governor Brian Kemp has enabled the steal.
In remarks reportedly made to a CNN “reporter” Pierre Delecto denounced Hawley’s bid to get the truth out as being “dangerous to democracy” both at home and abroad, not concerned that the perception of tens of millions of Trump voters and the Senate which is still under Republican control, has refused to investigate legitimate complaints regarding the irregularities.
Romney also denounced Hawley’s plans as spreading the false rumor that “somehow the election was stolen” which it was. ”