This is from Mitt Romney, the carpetbagging senator from Utah:
“Having failed to make even a plausible case of widespread fraud or conspiracy before any court of law, the President has now resorted to over pressure on state and local officials to subvert the will of the people and overturn the election,” Romney said in a statement posted to Twitter. “It is difficult to imagine a worse, more undemocratic action by a sitting American President.”
Now, as you may know by now, I couldn’t give one flip and a fiddle who is President of United States. It doesn’t really matter because both men are owned by Corporate America. I voted for Trump in 2016 but did not vote for him in 2020. I voted Libertarian instead.
I soured on Trump because he didn’t do anything in his four years that improved America or my life substantially. In fact, he continue the same old game. That’s my view.
In spite of that, the President has every right to pursue justice if he feels that the recent 2020 election was fraudulent.
I happen to believe it was.
Despite Romney’s unwelcome opinion there are a lot of people claiming that the election wasn’t on the up and up. People are signing affidavits testifying to irregularities. That doesn’t sound like nothing to me.
Yes, it’s true that Trump brought this upon himself by not being forceful and persuasive in setting firm rules for the election process. He had plenty of time to do this. And it was easy to see that there would be problems with mail-in ballots.
Nevertheless, there’s nothing unseemly about seeking justice, and if Mitt Romney thinks that there is, then Mitt Romney might want to read the Constitution of the United States of America.
Ah, but Mitt didn’t say that Trump’s actions were unseemly, although he may think that; he said that Trump’s actions were undemocratic.
Well, how about stealing an election, Mitt? Is that undemocratic?
What other kind of comment could we expect from Senator Romney, though?
Mitt Romney couldn’t care less about the country. If he had cared about the country, he wouldn’t have raped the American worker when he was working at Bain Capital.
As one of the new robber barons, Mitt, along with Bain Capital, helped other robber barons buy up factories in the United States so that they could be shut down with the jobs shipped to China.
A $50,000 a year job means a lot to a regular guy; for Mitt Romney $50,000 is like us finding a penny on the sidewalk.
After making a fortune off the backs of decent Americans Mitt ventured off into politics to whoever who would have him.
First he was governor of Massachusetts, now he’s a senator from Utah.
When you have a national name, I guess you can go anywhere and get elected.
And Mitt will go anywhere.
The important thing is to get in power and stay in power.
That’s why Mitt Romney is there. He is there because the machine, the blob, Corporate America wants him there. Mitt Romney is a full-fledged officer of Corporate America.
It is Corporate America who has been calling the shots in the United States for a long time now, well over 100 years.
Corporate America decides who your presidents will be. Corporate America decides who your senators will be.
Corporate America decides who will occupy all the important Presidential cabinet positions.
Corporate America has made a joke out of democracy, and Mitt Romney is a big part of that joke.
Who is Mitt Romney to talk about democratic principles in the United States?
By being a willing member of Corporate America’s team, by doing their bidding, by being a compliant puppet, no one has more done more damage to democracy than Mitt Romney.
Shut the fuck up, Mitt Romney.