Mitt Romney could get kicked out of the Republican Party for what he just said about Biden
Senator Mitt Romney prides himself on being among the most anti-Trump RINOs in office.
He would rather appease the Left than support Trump’s agenda.
And now Mitt Romney could get kicked out of the Republican Party for what he just said about Biden.
Joe Biden and his handlers are working overtime to undo everything President Donald Trump achieved.
And Mitt Romney is helping them every step of the way.
He voted to impeach Trump, supported the Left’s 9/11 style commission on January 6th, and opposed Trump’s America First border policy, along with with many other anti-Trump moves.
This is all after Trump endorsed him in 2018.
And now that Joe Biden is in the White House, Mitt Romney is showing his true colors fully, with the RINO Senator becoming cozy with Biden and the Democrats.
Romney is leading the charge to craft a deal on an infrastructure deal with Biden.
The $2 trillion plan that Biden released earlier this year only has 5% of the funding going to building roads and bridges, with 95% of it on social engineering to combat what Biden describes as “racial injustice.”
And as it turns out, Biden couldn’t be happier with Romney’s attempt to come to a “compromise” on this.
When taking questions from the press recently, Joe Biden heaped praises at Romney, stating that he’s “never broken his promises” to him, and that he “trusts” him.
When Romney was asked about Biden’s comments, he told a CNN reporter that he trusts Biden.
Romney said, “I do trust the President. And he made very clear in the much larger statement that came out over the weekend, carefully crafted and thought through piece-by-piece, that if the infrastructure bill reaches his desk and it comes alone, he will sign it. At the same time, I recognize that he and his Democrat colleagues want more than that, want other legislation as well. We, Republicans, are saying absolutely no. At the same time, trillions of dollars of new spending is something we will not support. Fixing the infrastructure in our country and fixing our airports and roads and bridges and transit system and rail is something we will support. We can get the job done.”
When further asked about the compromise attempt, Romney claimed that he believes he “will have enough to get it passed.”
The Senator further stated that he “called the White House,” and that he was reassured with Biden.
He concluded the point by posing the question to himself, “Do I take him at his word and a man of honor?”
“Absolutely,” Romney answered.