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Trump Trolls Romney With Presidential Election Loss Montage, “LOSER!”

Trump Trolls Romney With Presidential Election Loss Montage, “LOSER!”

Saturday, Senator Mitt Romney publicly criticized Trump’s decision to fire a handful of Inspectors General via tweeted saying, “The firing of multiple Inspectors General is unprecedented; doing so without good cause chills the independence essential to their purpose. It is a threat to accountable democracy and a fissure in the constitutional balance of power.

Monday morning rolls around, and Trump tweeted a montage video, showing Romney losing to President Obama in 2012 along with a clip of Trump explaining that 2012 was a winnable election for Romney:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1262396333064892416?s=20

Trump and Romney have thrown blows repeatedly since Trump was elected.

Trump’s decision to remove multiple IGs over the span of the last six weeks has drawn criticism.

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He should have fired the pieces of shit years ago.

They’ve been building a case to fire him since 2019. When he caught wind of it the piece of trash starting ‘investigating’ whether a Pompeo staffer walked his dog and made reservations for him in restaurants.

Romney is one of the worst RINO bitches in existence. He lost the most easily winnable election in modern history because he was too ‘principled’ to hammer Obama on his failures and just curled up and took it when the media smeared him.

And of course his ‘principles’ required that he be the only one to vote on the laughable joke of impeachment.

Fuck off Romney, you’re done, nobody respects you or cares what you think.

    CDR D in reply to Olinser. | May 18, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    Trump was hired to get rid of these entrenched parasites, especially the Obama holdovers in their sinecures. Clinton fired every US Attorney on his first day in office. Trump should have fired every one of these worthless slugs on his first day, too.

      BobM in reply to CDR D. | May 18, 2020 at 10:57 pm

      I remember agreeing with critics when the Clintons did that. It was standard practice for those appointees to tender their resignations on a change in administrations, but it wasn’t standard practice for them ALL to be accepted, especially on Day One. Previously, they were phased out over a period of years to avoid killing investigations active during the change over.

      Considering that there were several ongoing investigations that the Clintons were at least peripherally connected to at the time, I agreed with the theory that the Clintons cleaned house that way to avoid calling attention to the several persons and investigations they needed to squash.

      It would be interesting to determine how many critics of Trump firing a bunch of at-will appointees over a period of several years said anything at all about the Clintons firing ALL of this group over a period of several minutes. I’m guessing, none.

Where “Resistance” = “insubordination”, I’m surprised there haven’t been more firings.

How likely is it that Romney was among the users of the treasury database?

Pierre Delecto should just switch to D now and stop being annoying. I’m sure Schumer will give him cash and prizes, under the table if needed.

    bw222 in reply to tz. | May 18, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    Willard is far more effective bashing Trump as a fake Republican.

    BierceAmbrose in reply to tz. | May 18, 2020 at 7:53 pm

    Mittens will want a lot, including some recognition. They think they have enough traction that they don’t need him. They’d only meet his price if her were the one vote to get what they need.

    I do wonder, what was his price to be the one vote providing a “bi-partisan” fig leaf?

Mitt comes by it honestly. His parents – “Brainwashed George” and “Lemonade Lenore” never attacked Democrats either, only Republicans.

People who act sanctimonious and self-righteous are always the biggest frauds and hypocrites.

He is such a fake, I sure hope he goes down with Chucky and Nancy.

I wasted close to a gallon of gas going to vote for that joker in 2012.

scoreboard don’t lie

Romney was another thrown election. At most, he passed himself off as a Massachusetts Republican and typical socialist governor.

When his face appears I have to look away.

If Romney put as much effort into pleasing his friends as he does his enemies he might actually be able to accomplish something.

    BierceAmbrose in reply to dystopia. | May 18, 2020 at 7:58 pm

    I remain impressed with the way Romney’s doppleganger wrangled the Salt Lake City Olympics.

    He’s done so well at hard things he’s wanted to accomplish, I wonder what he wanted out of that presidential run. He was the least broken-up upon losting that I’ve yet seen.

      practicalconservative in reply to BierceAmbrose. | May 19, 2020 at 5:41 am

      Romney certainly lacked as the aphorism goes fire in the belly. I wonder if John McCain voted for President Obama in 2008.

      There are some people who just do not want to win.

obama fired a bunch. nobody in media noticed.
if a tree falls in a forest can we hear acosta scream when it hits him…and do we care?

The more I see and hear from Mittens, the more I feel he was worse than McCain. It galls me to think that either of them were truly chosen to go up against the Community Organizer.

Mittens capitulated in his presidential bid, he has said and done more against President Trump than he ever did against his supposed opponent, Obama.

I have zero respect for him. He is a very fine example of what is wrong with the Republican party.

To be fair, the little windshield for his dog (when he had it stowed on top of his car) was pretty cool.

The Friendly Grizzly | May 18, 2020 at 7:27 pm

I tried to view it but after clicking okay I get nothing. With Romney I guess that’s fitting.

As Majority Leader McConnell has the authority to muzzle Romney; assign Romney to nothingburger committee seats; pull staff funding or remove Mittens to a lousy office in the senate basement.

BierceAmbrose | May 18, 2020 at 8:26 pm

Is it wrong that I hope this is some involved counter-op. I think it’s wrong to want that. OK, I’m terrible, BUT, donning my tinfoil chapeau…

Someone has inside intelligence on the D-Party’s election tactics.

Their tactic is a drumbeat of abuse of power scandals orchestrated via sketchy IG shenanigans. Trump team, knowing where to look is flipping over the right rocks. Then, with the op in hand, they note how uncomfortable post-government life would be for the IG if any of that got out … say leaked while contesting the dismissal.

The IC IG shenanigans into Ukrane-Gate might have missed The God-Emperor, but they were also a dry run on the tactic. The dripo, drip, drip of one j’accuse after another til the election supports their “Trump is Too Incompetent” strategy. Starting now, til the election, they take too long to refute. Like an October Surprise, the polling n reputation don’t recover befor the election.

Dumping the oppositon agents works if you know which ones they are: it isn’t everybody, n you can dig up the shenanigans they were into.

At least we know what sort of President Mitt Romneycare would have been.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Recovering Lutheran. | May 18, 2020 at 11:02 pm

    Good President Trump Trolls Again!

    Trump Says He’s Taking Hydroxychloroquine As A Preventative, Left Has A Meltdown

    Weazil Zippers

Romney is a piece of sh-t. It’s just that simple.

Hey Julian, You should update the roster for the “Something In The Water” festival. Its the only important one because Chris Brown was added to it.
 
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kenoshamarge | May 19, 2020 at 5:56 pm

It was time for another message from Romney. He wasn’t getting any attention and you know how he hates that.

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