REPUBLICANS MUST STICK TOGETHER AND FIGHT! pic.twitter.com/chnSNURfFx— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 18, 2019
Blompf has lately been trying to arouse his base by attacking and bullying Mitt Romney which honestly is one of the better things he has done lately:
The president is lazy and incompetent and surrounded by grifters and conservative liberals and his administration has overall been a huge disappointment.
Mitt Romney endorsed Antifa though:
Romney is the poster boy of the conservative liberal establishment.
Trump is correct that he is not as bad as Mitt Romney and Jeff Flake and Ben Sasse and the rest of the True Conservatism crowd. Objectively, it is more important for the Right to get rid of people like Romney and David French and Mitch McConnell who as liberals are ideologically opposed to nationalism and populism and have more in common with progressives.
Just the other day, the True Conservatism caucus in the GOP Congress voted to end the national emergency on the border. McConnell penned an op-ed in The Washington Post in which he argued in favor of staying in Syria forever to protect the Kurds.
Speaking of Romney, he was just outed by Slate this morning for maintaining a Twitter sock puppet that chided journos and took shots at Trump:
“Reader, meet Twitter user @qaws9876, otherwise known as Pierre Delecto.
This account joined the site in July of 2011, just one month after Romney announced his run for president. The majority of people it follows are either political reporters, politicians, political operatives, or pundits. Though it also follows noted big redhead from Boston Conan O’Brien. Pierre Delecto appears to be a fan of the late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, too, as well as current and former NFL players Tom Brady and Brett Favre, respectively.
Pierre Delecto currently follows 702 accounts, which is a few more than the 668 Romney admitted to Coppins, but it’s certainly possible to follow 30 additional accounts over the course of a few weeks, especially for a user that appears to have recently upped its Twitter activity.
The Pierre Delecto account’s very first follow was eldest Romney scion Tagg, joined shortly thereafter by Glen Johnson, a current politics editor for Boston.com who was firmly on the Romney beat around the time the account was originally created. Next was Mark DeMoss, who the Salt Lake Tribune described in 2012 as “an unpaid adviser to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign for the past five years,” and Eric Fehrnstrom, who still has “Former @MittRomney adviser” in his Twitter bio.
In general, the account follows everyone you might expect someone like Mitt Romney to follow. There’s the late Charles Krauthammer, the late John McCain, Larry Kudlow, Rupert Murdoch, Bill Kristol, Matt Schapp, and—who else but—Peggy Noonan. It also follows all the people you would expect someone who is exactly Mitt Romney to follow. There are all of the available Romney children, a number of former Romney advisers and aides (like, a lot), and quite a few reporters who’ve directly covered Romney or his various campaigns (like Ashley Parker, Matt Viser, Phillip Rucker, Steven Peoples, and Coppins himself, all of whom were on the Romney beat in 2012, among others). …”
“Mitt Romney, the senator from Utah, former Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor, is also, apparently, the man behind a Twitter account that uses the moniker “Pierre Delecto.”
Mr. Romney on Sunday admitted to McKay Coppins, a writer at The Atlantic, that he was responsible for the social media account, which he uses to covertly monitor political discourse and occasionally defend himself. It’s unclear what, if anything, Pierre Delecto is a reference to.
Several events preceded the admission. …”
“Pierre Delecto” corrected Soledad O’Brien, Joe Scarborough and Brit Hume:
Imagine caring what Soledad O’Brien and Joe Scarborough think of you. This is a loser mentality.
It’s great that Mitt is socially conservative in his personal life.
It is that liberal part in public life that is the problem and has to be excised and replaced by organic nationalism before things get even worse for the vast majority of people in our society.