Mitt Romney will never show his face in public again after this unthinkable betrayal of Trump

Failed Presidential candidate Mitt Romney resurrected his disastrous career by becoming the face of the never-Trump movement.

But Romney just went too far.

And now he will never show his face in public again after this unthinkable betrayal of Trump.

The Washington, D.C. swamp is all abuzz about impeachment after the Fake News Media manufactured another scandal about Donald Trump asking the Ukrainian President to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter for their corrupt dealings in his country.

Democrats seized on the charge to smear Trump as lawless and demand Congress hold him accountable.

RINO traitor Mitt Romney joined this chorus calling Trump’s conduct “troubling in the extreme.”

The Daily Caller reports:

Republican Utah Senator Mitt Romney wrote that it would be “troubling in the extreme” if President Donald Trump “asked or pressured” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the country.

“If the President asked or pressured Ukraine’s president to investigate his political rival, either directly or through his personal attorney, it would be troubling in the extreme,” Romney tweeted. “Critical for the facts to come out.”

In calling for the “facts to come out,” Romney, the first Republican to criticize the alleged call, appeared to call for some sort of investigation into the matter.

This so-called “whistleblower” is not even a whistleblower.

CNN reported the “whistleblower” that lodged the complaint that President Trump improperly pressured the Ukrainian President didn’t even have firsthand knowledge of the call.

To many Americans this all smells like another Deep State set up to frame the President and fabricate a scandal to push impeachment closer to reality.

And Mitt Romney played right into the left’s hands.


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133 Responses

  1. Walt Thatcher says:


  2. John Rone says:

    Mitt Ronney , not only betray president, he also, betray us and his church which very conservative. We voted for him , when he was contesting with Obama. We used to think that he is man with faith. But, he is faithless, Mormons should know him.

  3. Mark says:

    The Democrats have no shame. They have assumed Trump is guilty when they haven’t seen the proof yet they claim exists. A whistle Blower? Who besides the Democrats are going to believe this clown? The Democrats know they can’t win in 2020 so they’re going to be relentless with their lies to impeach Trump. The only other thing it might be, in my opinion, is that Judicial Watch might be getting very close to information about corruption in the previous administration the Democrats are afraid will get out. Maybe Trump is on a path that will expose the SWAMP and cut off the funds that they steal from Americans. Why would clear thinking Americans believe the liars and the idiots like Schiff, Pelosi, Schumer, the media or the squad when Trump is clearly smarter than all of them. The Democrats have clearly become a threat to the security of this country and to our President. They should be charged as Domestic Terrorists if they continue to lie to the American people about the greatest President this country has ever had. All IMO.

  4. Steve Scoutaris says:

    Mike, most Americans do not like the ACA, and more people lost their private insurance than people picking it up on the exchange. The Republicans took control of the house and senate under Obama because they promised to get rid of the ACA and let us all down. If you think so many people like the ACA then why are the democrat pushing single payer medicare for all? Think about that for a moment before you respond. Get your thoughts together.

  5. Edward Osler says:

    If Trump came up with a cure for Cancer, the Democrats would initiate an investigation to see how he did it. Trump can’t get a break. If he did anything wrong or criminal, why would he make the conversation with the Ukraine President available to the Democrats and Pelosi. When these idiots realize that the Fake News screwed up once again, won’t the Dems and Biden and Pilosi look foolish>

  6. DonRS says:

    WRONG!!!! Mitt Romney, being the DISGRACEFUL CARPETBAGGER he is, is ALSO TOTALLY SHAMELESS. Utahan’s, the good people that they are, will come to regret electing him! The rest of us already DO!

  7. Gregory Sullivan says:

    Mitt Romney is a real nobody. To think that he couldn’t even beat that Kenyan born idiot for president made him worse than a total lpser. That stupid Jerk should leave politics and take care of his wife who has MS.

    • romney’s face belongs in a toilet. He is a despicable back stabber. Were it not for the Pres he would not be in any office today and this is the way he has paid him back. Not surprising. Does he not wonder why he cannot win a political race on his own merit?

    • Lincoln says:

      Seems you are the total loser, Gregory, because your cult like mind cannot accept the fact that even Trump admitted the Kenyan birth B.S. was false and even he knows Obama is an American born person. What kind of losers keep repeating untruths and falsehoods? Romney did not slam Trump, because he said the important word “IF” = = and Trump said he did not do those things. Romney told the Truth like a true Patriot who stand up against a false cult – – and he risked the wrath of all the Trump cult liars.

      “IF” he did those things, then Romney stood up for criticizing CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR, for to try to get the Ukrainian President’s government involved in helping his campaign is ILLEGAL. And to withhold the whistle blower complaint from Congress is illegal. And, “IF” he withheld or delayed sending the aid to Ukraine as leverage in getting what he wanted for himself, that amounts to EXTORTION.

      All this shows is that Romney puts THE COUNTRY OVER PARTY, TRUTH OVER LIES, AND RESPECTS THE RULE OF LAW. He is one of the FEW profiles in courage in the Republican party. Thank God someone still has respect for the Truth.

  8. Pat Young says:

    Romney can’t get over the fact that he was never elected President and what makes it worse is Trump was elected. This man is insane with jealousy. Still can’t believe that the people in Utah were dumb enough to vote him in to office. Maybe we should sell Utah to Mexico?

  9. Steff says:

    WOW! From the comments I am reading, it appears that I am not the only one who feels that Romney is proof positive that we need an amendment to the constitution that will allow recalls of senators!

  10. Doris a Kulp says:

    What ever happened to Mitt Romney? His appearance is very unkempt. Sometimes you hardly recognize him. He needs to do a redo of himself. This is what happens i guess to people who are ugly on the inside!!!it starts to show on the outside!!

  11. Romney and McCain helped Obama to win

    • Steve Scoutaris says:

      I thought the same thing. I often wonder if Obama would have won if the R’s had decent candidates.
      Even John McCain said Obama was a decent man that could be trusted back in 2008 when he was running against him. WTH?

      • Lincoln says:

        what you cannot understand, is the decency of a person who is not filled with conspiracy B.S., who has witnessed what is essential in life (like all P.O.W.s), and a person who does not “hit below the belt” like Trump and most of you do with lies like the “Birther fabrication,” with lies about a “Deep State” where NO evidence exists, of venom, from the haters. Most posts on here are just outpourings of Hate against someone . . . like this one against members of your own party.

        What is fascinating about you is how you Trumpers are cutting off your noses to spite your faces. Do you not realize that you are alienating women, the largest voting block, and only have 33% support? Do you not realize you have only 25% support among among Hispanics and only 9% among African-Americans? In your radicalness and venom, you are also alienating Independents too. Your fifteen minutes is just about up!

        • Steve Scoutaris says:

          I’m not a Trumpster. In fact I didn’t even vote for him in the primaries. I consider Trump the lesser of two evils. HRC is far more evil, IMO than Trump. And I did not want 4 more years of a failed Obama presidency, so Trump was the logical, and ONLY choice. Now you understand.
          As for the deep state, yes there is one. In the FBI and the DOC and all other branches of government are deep state operatives. We’ve seen it. We’ve seen what they tried to do but failed.

          • Dewey Love says:

            If Hillary had won all the illegal stuff would have been swept under the rug and we would have never known

        • Alberta says:

          Just to let you know Lincoln I’m a black female that supports Trump and I worked to get him elected in 2016 and will do so again in 2020 plus I’m talking to everyone to make sure he gets a landslide ????

  12. h8aliar says:

    Is there anyone more worthless than Romney? Not that I can think of.

    • Eileen Ross says:

      Romney goes beyond being a RINO. He is owned by the demonrats, and is another minion of the Big Boys in Brussels for the American takedown. Then, the New World Order.

  13. SONJA says:


  14. FrankC says:

    The quickest solution is to sell Utah to Mexico. That removes Romney and Mike Lee from our government immediately, and means the Utah voters will NEVER inflict themselves on America again.

  15. Katee says:

    Romney makes McCain look angelic and that’s a big job! He should be ashamed of himself to the nth degree! When will the liberals, media, demo-nuts in congress ever learn? They keep throwing crap out there and it keeps blowing up in their faces. They must like the back blow of doggy doo, they do it so much. How many times can they make fools of themselves and not stop it? Every day even more of their own are suddenly waking up and questioning their own party. Yet on and on and on they go with their stupidity! Grow up!

  16. Don Juan says:

    I am ashamed to say that I voted for dingleberry Mitt Romney in 2012 ……., and I’m a Mormon. We already know how bad Obama was, but could you imagine how bad Romney would have been if he was the POTUS? Donald Trump was sent from God because Trump has enough gumption to get things done. Mitt Romney wasn’t. I bet most Utahans are ashamed of their Senator right now. I most certainly am.

    • Steve Scoutaris says:

      We had no choice. If we didn’t vote for Romney then we voted for Obama. The question is, would Obama have won a second term if the Republicans had a decent candidate?
      The same question could be asked about McCain. McCain was awful too.
      Two RINOs.

  17. Frank says:

    Romeny is a dead man as far as politics are concerned. Now that everyone knows he is Schumer’s bitch no one will ever trust him again. I guess we all know what he’ll be holding in his Mitt from now on.

    • Roger says:

      In the above poll 18% of Americans didn’t answer yes to the question, should we build a wall on our southern border, that means 18% or 59,400,000 people have an IQ of 10 or below! Trump/Pence 2020 landslide!

  18. Carol says:

    Hey mitt crawl back under your rock or we have to get that fat Candy lady after you again:}

  19. Lyudmila says:

    A coward and a traitor, I was very mistaken when I voted for him. I really hope that Trump will defeat this evil. God help him!

  20. Mark says:

    he is even lower than the worst on left. He is a POS. I cant believe I voted for this dirtbag!

  21. Ernst says:

    Mitt Romney has no shame, no conscience, and no honor. Romney is a self-serving rat. He is a disgrace to his country and to the name of his family.

  22. Allen says:

    Mitt Romney is a traitor and a POS like his buddy John McCain.

    • Mel says:

      Of course I agree that Romney is a skunk. I must have been stupid since I voted for him. His wife must feel the shame and his children, That is unless the swamp runs family deep too.

    • LeeAnn says:

      I agree with you 200 percent This is what comes from a failed Presidential Candidate. And the low life scum asked for President Trump support when he was running for office in Utah, what a slim dog he turned out to be, He didn’t have the intestinal fortitude to take on Obama, when he should but the cowardly dog will make derogatory remarks about President Trump. He would have never been a good president, to to shallow.

  23. David J Parker says:

    Mitt Romney is a slimy cultist who cannot be trusted like the rest of his cult members. That describes him, top to bottom!

  24. Randall clark says:

    Why don’t ALL these congressional communists, LEAVE THE PRESIDENT ALONE, AND LET HIM DO HIS JOB??????? FROM THE DEMS, TO THE TURNCOAT REPUBS!!

  25. Will says:

    Romney is more then a RINO, he is a two faced ,backstabbing , hypocrite
    all the things needed to be a democrat .. Boot his A** out of office

  26. Bill Littleton says:

    Romney is a traitor to the American people. He is at the heart of disruption and creating chaos during President Trump’s Presidency. His actions are both disrespectful and despicable! The people of Utah need to remove this Troll from office immediately and allow this loser to slip off into obscurity!

  27. Arnold Young says:

    I saw Romney fold in the 3rd debate with BHO the turkey. I should have figured it out right then. Romney is a looser. I am ashamed of having voted for him but I never thought he would turn on TRUMP like he had. I hope he quits and lets someone who is a real Repub in!!

    • Old Pioneer says:

      Mitt Romney is a greedy Jack Mormon who will do whatever he has to do to get his name out there to inflate his already over blown Greedy ego!!! He put a failed Obama style medical system in Massachusetts as well as many other programs that smacked of DemocRAT ideals…… What were you thinking Utah…or did Soros pay for your election too????

    • Johnny says:

      Arnold and Bill, we are on the same page. I saw Romney hand the Presidency to Obama on a Silver Platter. From that moment I qualified him as a traitor to our country and lately, as an undergound member of the Deep State.

    • Hillary lost, get over it says:

      Yeah, like that’s gonna happen. When these pigs get on the gravy train, they never leave. And that is the problem.

  28. C says:

    Mitt you didn’t get to be president because you have no courage. You just rolled over and played dead when the Demis went after you. You can not stand the fact that Trump became President and you didn’t. Now you are showing your true colors and doing everything you can to cause another headache for President Trump. Grow up Mitt, you are suppose to be a Republican, act like one, stop your whining and support the President that was elected by the American Voters.

  29. Scott27 says:

    Oh, c’mon. I’ve got $1,000 bill that says he shows his face in public again. What a nonsensical headline and “story.”

    • Hillary lost, get over it says:

      Yep. He will. Mitt has no shame

    • Dr. J. D. says:

      I don’t think, Scott27, you are much danger of losing that $1000. Romney is Mormon and they support one another strongly and I expect he will be re-elected as often as he wishes. One strong point about the LDS is if they have a member in need, they pull together, pay their mortgage, give them free groceries, and pay their medical bills – – not just send over a casserole.

      The claimed “founder” of the GOP is Lincoln, who said “you can fool some of the people most of the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” What many Trumpers cannot seem to admit at this point is that they have been TAKEN in by a “conman, a showman, a fake, a facade” who uses people, lies and manipulates for his own self interests. He is the Elmer Gantry of politics.

  30. Mike says:

    Finally a second Republican that has a conscience and realizes what Trump is a huckster self-indulgent fraud. When will the rest of them wake up? If they don’t soon they’ll be voted out of office with a Trump on 2020!

    • Martha says:

      Please don’t call him a Republican. He is nothing more than a lying liberal wearing the disguise of being a Republican. He is a traitor to America just like all the libs he sides with.

      • Hillary lost, get over it says:

        And just like Mike. Mike likes Obama’s husband, Big Mike. He loves to be pounded while thinking of Big Mike on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. When his thing cum untaped, and was just a flopping around. Old Ellen’s eyeballs about popped out of her pinhead.

      • Dr. J.D. says:

        Martha, was it not the founder of the GOP who said “A House Divided cannot stand?” How are you going to win a presidential election when even your own party turns on itself, a party that has so little support among women (30-33%), has a resounding number of Hispanics and other minorities against Trump, and has really angered the young with climate science denial? The Trumpers are a faction, not the GOP, because you back-stab each other.

        • Steve Scoutaris says:

          I see backstabbing on the democrat side more than the republican side.
          But its funny how you blather on about a house divided and then in other posts accuse republicans of being Trumpsters and putting party before country. You contradict yourself.

    • Smartbiscuits says:

      Thank you Romney for being able to tell the truth. No betrayal of Lying Trump. And Romney will hold his head up very high in public!!! So sad there are people out there that do not see and hear lies coming out of lying Trump’s mouth. IMPEACH the liar once and for all.

      • Hurley Henson says:

        Another dope head liberal lunatic, ole dumbbiscuits is for believing theedia that has lied to him as long as he’s been alive. And he’s too dope fried to realize it.

      • DC says:

        Come back to reality and stop listening to all the fake news bs….. Haven’t You learned from all the other lies that were perpetrated these last 3 years.. All debunked all discredited. Don’t become part of the problem try to become part of the solution and put and end to all this nonsense. The Democrats are only interested in Power and Control, through Misleading and Confusing the public. Romney has fallen prey to that nonsense. Hopefully you won’t

      • Steve Scoutaris says:

        You can’t impeach a president for lying otherwise we could have impeached Obama.
        Hello! All politicians lie, in case you haven’t been paying attention.
        And what good will it do to impeach Trump in the house when the senate will vote it down?
        It’s just silly political posturing from the democrats. If they continue this nonsense they will lose in 2020

        • Dr. J. D. says:

          Good point, Smartbiscuits, but you do realize many people here elevate party and their ideology over country, right? Steve, the charges, IF found true, are not about the crime of lying but about this:
          1. It is illegal for any foreign GOVERNMENT to be involved in our elections. And for
          . . .. . . anyone to solicit the aid of a foreign government (as Rudy Giuliani has already
          . . . .. . . admitted to doing), and Trump brought up EIGHT times in one phone call, is
          . . .. . . ILLEGAL.
          2. the whistle blower complaint mentions several acts of urgent and serious activities
          . . .. . that threaten the security of the USA, not just one call.
          3. the interference and obstructing of the w.b. complaint to go to Congress, as legally
          . . . . . required, is illegal obstruction of justice.
          4. . . We know Trump ordered the withholding and delay of the $400 million to the
          . .. . . Ukraine for its defense against Russia aggression, done just before the phone . . . . .. . .. call. If that took place, it could be the crime of EXTORTION, in putting pressure
          . . . . . . on the Ukraine to give Trump campaign dirt against Biden.

          • Steve Scoutaris says:

            We also know that if HRC won the election then none of your side would be interested in investigating any of the crimes she committed. These investigations are one sided and political. Good luck with your impeachment program. I predict it will backfire for the democrats.

    • Hurley Henson says:

      Ole Mike is obviously hitting that heroin needle hard these days. Dumber than a box of rocks.

    • Freddie says:

      Dream on mikey,you’re just another stupid,clueless,dumbass,dumbocrat

  31. NOBODY says:

    Mitt, I voted fore you when you ran for president ,
    I voted for trump and at least my wife and I will vote again for Trump.

    I am a LDS Member BUT, I am ashamed of Mitt. as far as I can see He’s not a REPUBLICAN Or A LDS member

    • Ellen says:

      Mitt Romney is the Republican version of the Democrats Ocasio-Cortez and both of whom work extremely hard to provide non-stop embarrassment to their respective parties. Both have a mouth bigger than their brains.

    • Marc says:

      Why do you doubt he is a LDS member? After all, so is Harry Reid, so….

    • Martha says:

      Me too. In fact I campaigned for him and met him when he came to Asheville! Boy, do I regret my actions! And the way he has turned out since he lost, I am glad he did lose!

    • Scott27 says:

      Really, nobody?? You have the gall to call yourself a Christian while supporting this vile excuse for a human that’s occupying the white house? You should be ashamed.

      • Will Triebel says:

        Scott, we all know you don’t know the first thing about anything, since you prove it with every post. Can’t even understand how badly you keep embarrassing yourself.

        • John says:

          I agree with you Triebel, 100%. Scott27 sucks!

          • Dr. J. D. says:

            How childish and so much like grade school insults, John. Scott27 is actually making the points that were also made about the founder of Christianity, Jesus. Is telling lies Christian (both Toronto Star and WaPo have recorded over 12,000 lies or misstatements by Trump)? Even if against immigration, is ripping kids, doing permanent damage to children . . . Christian? Is violating of laws like the emoluments clause (Trump has funneled more than $100 MILLION tax dollars into his companies) Christian? Is sexually assaulting women (like grabbing them by genitals) Christian?

            Wake up! Compare Trump’s BEHAVIOR, not his words. As Jesus said: :”by their fruits ye shall know them!”

      • Hillary lost, get over it says:

        We actually are very ashamed. Ashamed that scum like you call yourselves American. You are a vile, racist, notsee scumbag.

  32. James Hanrahan says:

    “Do You Think Hillary Is A, Sore Loser, Just Look At, Mitt!”

  33. H Lee says:

    It certainly would not be a problem for the democrats to want Trump investigated for, anything, for any reason. Trying to knock out a rival using a Gloria Allred tactic or anything else would be applauded by all democrats. The democrats have no virtue. They are virtue less and proud of it.

  34. Jan says:

    Mitt Romney is the perfect example of an ass! He’s just jealous of Donald Trump because President Trump MADE IT, and he, Romeny did not! Romney is actually dumb enough to believe that Republicans will think they should throw out Trump and pin their hopes on smart, charming M itt! He’s also provoked that President Trump didn’t pick him for one of his cabinet posts! Go away Mitt! You ain’t got nothing we Republicans want!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Ellen says:

      At our house we voted for Mitt because he was the lesser of two evils, not because we relished the idea of him as our President. Our opinion of him has only declined since then. He seems to have fallen into John McCain’s old RINO seat and his word and actions betry him as the Republican Jerry Nadler desperately trying to settle an old personal vendetta. We should have set McCain’s chair to the curb while we had the chance. We would have been so much better of with it not just empty; but, totally removed. Utah, what have you done !

  35. mp says:

    Wonder how much CNN paid that guy to type that dissertation?

  36. Bill J says:

    You can’t shame a DemonRat

  37. DON says:

    Romney is not a RINO he is just an ASSHOLE

  38. Bill says:

    You can’t shame a Demon Rat

  39. Dennis says:

    You pollute the first 50 lines or so with regressive Dems for life bs. Start with muslims coming into country, when in reality those who profess allegiance to islam, is nothing more than a terrorist idelogy disquised as a religion. All other countries in the world maintain their sovereignty by deciding who can LEGALLY cross ther borders. Not one other of the democrat for life points are of interest to those of us who can think for themselves

  40. T. Bell says:

    GOOD…….I hope to NEVER see his ugly face or hear his PHUKING mouth ever again !

  41. Vasu Murti says:

    “Make America Great Again” ?

    I didn’t vote for Donald Trump. I find Donald Trump himself, his demeanor, his positions on the issues, indeed, his entire campaign and his administration, offensive.

    Donald Trump called undocumented immigrants from Mexico criminals and rapists in June 2015. Trump insulted former POW senator John McCain for being captured in July 2015. Trump mocked a disabled New York Times journalist in November 2015. Trump encouraged violence against protesters at his rallies in February 2016. Trump promoted waterboarding and “hell of a lot worse” forms of torture in February 2016. Trump refused to disavow support from white supremacist leader David Duke in February 2016. Trump accused a Latino federal judge of bias due to his race in June 2016. Trump insulted the Gold Star Khan family in June 2016. Trump implied Second Amendment supporters could shoot his opponent in August 2016.

    For the past forty years, it’s tradition that presidential nominees of both major parties release multiple years of their tax returns. They do this in part to guarantee to the public that there are no conflicts of interest.

    Donald Trump is refusing to, hiding behind a phony excuse that he can’t until the IRS finishes auditing him, a claim directly refuted by the IRS. What’s worse, in 2012, Trump was leading a call for the Republican presidential candidate that year, Mitt Romney, to release his own tax returns. As usual, Trump doesn’t want to be held to the unforgiving standards by which he judges other people.

    Five Famous Republicans Who Didn’t Want to Vote for Trump

    Mitt Romney

    Mitt Romney gave a whole speech on why Trump is basically the worst. (Damn Trump for making me agree with Mitt Romney.) The former Massachusetts governor went after Trump for his economic plans, ludicrous statements on foreign policy matters, his supposed business prowess, and his use of scapegoats as punching bags. Even when Romney and Trump agree, they disagree. Romney stated:

    “Now not every policy Donald Trump has floated is bad. He wants to repeal and replace Obamacare. He wants to bring jobs home from China and Japan. But his prescriptions to do these things are flimsy at best. At the last debate, all he could remember about his healthcare plan was to remove insurance boundaries between states. Successfully bringing jobs home requires serious policy and reforms that make America the place businesses want to plant and grow. You can’t punish business into doing the things you want. Frankly, the only serious policy proposals that deal with the broad range of national challenges we confront, come today from Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and John Kasich.”

    Jeb Bush

    He indicated during his campaign that he would support the eventual Republican nominee, but Jeb! Bush has not followed through. (And who can blame him?) In a Facebook post congratulating The Donald on his successful primary campaign, Jeb! added that, oh yeah, Trump is also the literal worst person the party could have nominated.

    “The American Presidency is an office that goes beyond just politics. It requires of its occupant great fortitude and humility and the temperament and strong character to deal with the unexpected challenges that will inevitably impact our nation in the next four years.

    “Donald Trump has not demonstrated that temperament or strength of character. He has not displayed a respect for the Constitution. And, he is not a consistent conservative. These are all reasons why I cannot support his candidacy.”

    I fear that it is precisely these qualities — the shooting from the hip and replacing reason with purely emotional appeals — is what’s driving the Trump Republicans in the first place.”

    George Will

    Conservative columnist George Will worried about what Trump would do to the Republican brand; in particular, the effect he’d have down ballot. Will predicted a cascade of losses that will not only give the House to the Democrats, but ultimately give the Supreme Court a liberal majority for a generation.

    “Trump would be the most unpopular nominee ever, unable to even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among women, minorities and young people. In losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage sufficient to end even Republican control of the House. Ticket splitting is becoming rare in polarized America: In 2012, only 5.7 percent of voters supported a presidential candidate and a congressional candidate of opposite parties.”

    The fallout from a Trump presidency, as Will saw it, required that conservatives band together to blow this election.

    “Were he to be nominated, conservatives would have two tasks. One would be to help him lose fifty states — condign punishment for his comprehensive disdain for conservative essentials, including the manners and grace that should lubricate the nation’s civic life. Second, conservatives can try to save from the anti-Trump undertow as many senators, representatives, governors and state legislators as possible.”

    Ben Sasse

    Sasse, the junior senator from Nebraska, was in the front lines of the anti-Trump wing of the Republican party from the beginning. Sasse called Trump “a megalomaniac strongman” on the floor of the Senate and traveled to Iowa before that state’s caucus in an attempt to stop the Trump Train before it left the station. In a Facebook post on the subject in February, 2016, Sasse explains his opposition to a Trump presidency:

    “Mr. Trump’s relentless focus is on dividing Americans, and on tearing down rather than building back up this glorious nation. Much like President Obama, he displays essentially no understanding of the fact that, in the American system, we have a constitutional system of checks and balances, with three separate but co-equal branches of government. And the task of public officials is to be public ‘servants.’ The law is king, and the people are boss. But have you noticed how Mr. Trump uses the word “Reign” – like he thinks he’s running for King? It’s creepy, actually. Nebraskans are not looking for a king. We yearn instead for the recovery of a Constitutional Republic.”

    He invoked President Obama’s name when discussing Trump? That’s the conservative equivalent of dropping an f-bomb in front of your grandparents. This guy must be serious. He hasn’t backed down, either. Sasse has reinforced his disdain for both Trump and Hillary Clinton and his desire for another option.

    Christine Todd Whitman

    Chris Christie may be the New Jersey governor getting all the attention for his support of Trump, but that support is much to the chagrin of former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman. Whitman, who had endorsed Gov. John Kasich, said that she dislikes Trump so much that she’d probably vote for Clinton in the general election. Of Christie’s support, she said

    “I am ashamed that Christie would endorse anyone who has employed the kind of hate mongering and racism that Trump has. I would have thought being from a diverse state would have given him more awareness and compassion.”

    Whitman also penned an essay for Politico that compared Trump to bullies and dictators. She recognizes that language has power and that giving anyone the kind of platform to spout hate that Donald Trump has is dangerous.

    “Language shapes behavior. Hateful language gives susceptible people permission to act on their fears. Preying on the marginalized who are scared of the future is the time-honored tactic of bullies and dictators. When times are difficult, people always look for someone to blame: It is easy to pick out a target. Today it is Muslims, but tomorrow it could be anyone. Hatred knows no bounds. As a Republican, I am particularly concerned by the rise of hate rhetoric within our party. We cannot ignore it, and we can no longer dismiss it as a passing fluke. The damage it is inflicting and the behavior it is inciting can last for years to come.”

    Points against Trump

    1. Donald Trump:

    wants to ban all Muslims from entering the United States

    wants to build a wall along the U.S. – Mexican border

    uses misogynistic language and personal insults

    believes global warming is a hoax

    calls for waterboarding and other forms of torture

    First there was the time he outraged prisoners of war by doubting the heroism of Vietnam veteran John McCain, because he allowed himself to be captured. Then there was the first television debate, where he appeared to accuse Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly of asking him tough questions because she was menstruating.

    If POWs, Fox News and women were not enemies enough, Trump has also accused Mexican immigrants to the U.S. of being rapists; claimed that a Black Lives Matter protester who was violently ejected from a rally deserved to be “roughed up”; appeared to mock aNew York Times journalist for his disability and then accused the journalist of “grandstanding ” on that disability in his response; falsely accused Muslim Americans of cheering on the 9/11 attackers; and agreed with suggestions that Muslims should have their names tracked on a database.

    And just as critics began to argue that such comments about Muslims were brutal, racist demagoguery verging on fascism , Trump’s Twitter account recirculated racially charged but falsified crime statistics from an actual Nazi sympathizer.

    2. Fox News host Bill O’Reilly joined the chorus of individuals criticizing GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposed ban on all Muslims coming into the U.S., telling Trump that he finds his plan counterproductive.

    “If you say no Muslims can travel here from overseas, you’re hurting the United States’ position against ISIS,” O’Reilly told Trump in a wide-ranging interview. “We need the friendly Muslim nations.”

    But the Republican contender wasn’t willing to back down, saying that he disagreed — and that he knows that his proposal is “not politically correct,” but that “somebody had to bring it up.”

    “You can vet them, but you can’t insult the whole religion,” O’Reilly said.

    3. Military veteran Sean Sorbie said:

    “The man who criticized John McCain’s war record and tried to have veterans removed from outside his Fifth Avenue Trump Tower put on a media event that was pure exploitation of veterans for his own political interests, all because he didn’t want to debate his Republican rivals on Fox News.

    “Trump boasted about the almost $6 million his event raised for veterans — but the organization, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, has an abysmal record of supporting veterans’ causes. Over the most recently disclosed six-year period, less than one-sixtieth of the money the Donald J. Trump Foundation contributed to charitable causes was allocated to veterans’ groups.

    “Instead of being distracted by political games, our country should look at the harmful policies Republicans have proposed that would hurt vets.

    “To his cheering crowd, Trump vowed to get rid of Obamacare — which would lead to reduced mental health services for veterans. He claimed we’re ‘a country that doesn’t win anymore’ and that the rest of the world ‘laughs at our stupidity’ — while touting a reckless foreign policy agenda that would send our soldiers right back into harm’s way.”

    4. similarly said:

    * Donald Trump is an unabashed torture apologist. In fact, he called Ted Cruz a coward for taking a stand against waterboarding.

    * He shares discredited stories — favorably — about an American General dipping ammunition in pig’s blood before executing Muslim prisoners in the Philippines.

    * He has been the most vocal candidate in either primary about escalating our war in the Middle East.
    …on military and veterans issues, he is super vulnerable. And there is no organization better positioned to take him to task than VoteVets.

    5. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s office said:

    “Donald Trump doesn’t think he’s the problem. He shrugs off his offensive statements and blames his critics for being too “politically correct.”

    Trump couldn’t be more wrong. America was built on tolerance. Even when we disagree, we don’t resort to crude insults or fear-mongering tactics aimed at alienating women and minorities. Not ever.”

    6. Polls in early 2016

    Clinton: 48% to Trump: 44%

    7. Bernie Sanders himself said in early 2016:

    “The American people will not support a candidate trying to divide us up by where we came from. They will not support a candidate who does not favor raising the minimum wage and who thinks wages in this country are too high. They will not support a candidate who thinks climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese. And they will not support a candidate who wants to give huge tax breaks to billionaires like himself. It would be an extraordinary campaign, and one I am confident that we will win.”

    8. The Huffington Post routinely ended articles on Trump in 2016 with the following message:

    “Editor’s note: Donald Trump is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist, birther and bully who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.”

    9. Among the Trump voters polled in South Carolina in 2016:

    Nearly 75 percent think the Confederate flag should be flying over the State Capitol.

    38 percent wish the South had won the Civil War.

    80 percent support banning Muslims from entering the United States.

    62 percent support a national database of Muslim in the United States.

    33 percent believe Islam should be illegal in the United States.

    31 percent support banning LGBT people from entering the United States.

    Donald Trump was given four opportunities to disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan, but was reluctant to do so. At one point he claimed he didn’t know who David Duke was, even though years earlier he said in a video he left the Reform Party since it was being taken over by David Duke and others.

    10. Faithful America, a Christian organization, says:

    “Donald Trump is holding himself out as a strongman whose toxic stew of racism and fear-mongering will ‘make America great again.’

    “This is idolatry, plain and simple. Christians follow a savior who suffered death on a cross, not a ‘winner’ who espouses violence and domination as the path to national salvation.

    “Jesus told us to welcome the stranger and the refugee. Trump wants to build a giant wall and ban all Muslims from America. Jesus fed the poor and hungry. Today, politicians run for office with the Bible in hand while trying to take away food stamps. Jesus was a great healer – and yet today, every single ‘Christian’ candidate for the Republican nomination wants to strip Americans of their healthcare. Our Lord and Savior welcomed all to his table, stood up to corrupt authorities, brought good news to the poor and dire warnings to the rich. But in America, Christianity has become synonymous with vandalizing mosques, shooting up Planned Parenthood clinics, and gay-bashing.”

    11. Conservative Christian pastor Max Lucado commented on Trump:

    “He ridiculed a war hero. He made mockery of a reporter’s menstrual cycle. He made fun of a disabled reporter. He referred to the former first lady, Barbara Bush as ‘mommy,’ and belittled Jeb Bush for bringing her on the campaign trail. He routinely calls people ‘stupid,’ ‘loser,’ and ‘dummy.’”

    And the pastor wasn’t done there. He continued, “Such insensitivities wouldn’t even be acceptable even for a middle school student body election. But for the Oval Office? And to do so while brandishing a Bible and boasting of his Christian faith? I’m bewildered, both by his behavior and the public’s support of it.”

    12. Conservative Christian Matt Walsh similarly blogged:

    “He’s a serial adulterer who abandoned his family (twice) to shack up with younger women. His ex-wife once alleged that he ripped out chunks of her hair and violated her. We don’t even need to get into alleged ties to the mob or financial scams or his confession that he bribes politicians. He can’t speak semi-coherently about the Bible, he has no understanding of basic Christian teaching, he thinks Christianity does not require us to ask for forgiveness, and our relationship with Christ can be measured using polling data, but does he otherwise carry himself as anything resembling a Christian?

    “I see a guy who lies constantly and blatantly. I see a man who changes his positions and his principles at the drop of a hat. I see a deeply immature man who insults people on Twitter but lacks the courage to face them in person. I see someone who fashions himself ‘politically incorrect’ but is really just a cruel and bitter old man who thinks it’s funny to mock the disabled. I see a man with no honor who launches vulgar attacks on women and then lies about what he said. I see a phony who brazenly exploits the fears of the American public. I see a guy whose recklessness and greed drives his businesses into bankruptcy, and I see a guy who tries to silence journalists when they report on it. I see a guy who jazzes up the crowd at campaign rallies by bragging about his money and threatening to throw protesters out into the cold without their coats. And so on.”

    Democrats don’t deny we’re at war, they just hesitate to call it “radical Islam” because the term indirectly demonizes all Muslims. It’s like referring to the Ku Klux Klan as “Christians” when they clearly do not speak for all of Christianity. Democrats take their cue from *Republican* George W. Bush who never used the term “radical Islam.” After 9-11, George W. Bush told the American people our quarrel is not with Islam but with a radical faction within Islam known as Al-Quaeda. Shortly after 9-11, George W. Bush visited a mosque: something Barack Obama was unable to do until late in his presidency, as Islamaphobic “birthers” were labeling him a “Muslim” even though Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution clearly states: “No religious test shall be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.”

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Taunted by Republicans to declare war on “radical Islamic terrorism,” Democrats are turning to an unlikely ally: George W. Bush.

    President Barack Obama, under pressure to be more aggressive on terrorism, regularly cites his predecessor’s refusal to demonize Muslims or play into the notion of a clash between Islam and the West. It’s a striking endorsement from a president whose political rise was predicated on opposition to the Iraq war and Bush’s hawkish approach in the Middle East.

    As Hillary Clinton put it, “George W. Bush was right.”

    Laying out her plan to fight domestic terrorism, Clinton reminded voters in Minneapolis of Bush’s visit to a Muslim center six days after the Sept. 11 attacks. She even quoted his words from that day about those who intimidate Muslim-Americans: “They represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior.”

    Bush, of course, was not referring to the 2016 Republican presidential field. Clinton certainly was.

    Jeb Bush has also said the U.S. should follow his brother’s lead, arguing that “we can’t dissociate ourselves from peace-loving Muslims.”

    During the 2001 mosque visit, one of several occasions Bush denounced anti-Muslim bias, he stood alongside Muslim leaders and quoted the Quran about evil-doers being ultimately defeated. He insisted that intimidation against Muslims in America would not stand.

    “The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam,” Bush said.

    Donald Trump wants to ban ALL Muslims from coming to the United States. He’s not singling out the extremists, rather he’s castigating all Muslims. Even Bill O’Reilly was critical of Donald Trump in this regard, telling him, “If you say no Muslims can travel here from overseas, you’re hurting the United States’ position against ISIS,” O’Reilly told Trump in a wide-ranging interview. “We need the friendly Muslim nations. You can vet them, but you can’t insult the whole religion,” O’Reilly said.

    Even Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right National Front who once compared Muslims praying in the streets to the Nazi occupation, thinks Donald Trump has gone too far. Asked in a television interview about Trump’s proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States, Le Pen said the idea was too much. “Seriously, have you ever heard me say something like that?” asked Le Pen, who has been accused of encouraging Islamophobia in France. “I defend all the French people in France, regardless of their origin, regardless of their religion.”

    Abortion and war are the karma for killing animals, so I’m an animal activist first. I’ll vote for the candidate with the best record on animal issues. Bernie Sanders has a 100 percent voting record from the Humane Society Legislative Fund, whereas Hillary Clinton’s record was 83 percent. But Chelsea Clinton and Bill Clinton were vegan for years, whereas animal activist Belle Stafford lamented in 2016 that Bernie Sanders, a revolutionary, doesn’t take on the livestock industry, like taking on the fossil fuel industry, even though the livestock industry is the biggest consumer of fossil fuels, saying instead that Americans like their bacon.

    But Bernie Sanders is calling for increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour, whereas Hillary Clinton initially only wanted to raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour. In one of the Democratic presidential debates, Bernie Sanders said he would have voted for an initiative on the ballot in Nevada to legalize marijuana. Bernie Sanders endorsed the California marijuana initiative, saying, “I believe that we have to end prohibition regarding marijuana.” It isn’t a radical statement to admit that the Prohibition of alcohol in the United States failed and that we really ought to end marijuana prohibition as well. Nearly 75 percent of the drug war is directed solely at marijuana which is safer than alcohol and/or tobacco. Barack Obama himself has admitted marijuana is not more harmful than alcohol, but Hillary Clinton was too cautious, saying more research is needed.

    Hillary Clinton was qualified in terms of experience. I’m reminded of 1988, when Bush Sr. ran as Reagan’s heir apparent, saying he was the man most qualified for the presidency based on his own record of experience. And his single term in office was effectively Reagan’s third term. Hillary Clinton was more knowledgeable on foreign policy than Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton had a better record on gun control than Bernie Sanders, although Bernie Sanders quickly pointed out he represents Vermont, a rural state, with a tradition of firearms, and quickly points out that he’s gotten a negative rating from the NRA. But many on the left saw Hillary Clinton as too hawkish and too corporate.

    In their first joint campaign appearance in the summer of 2016, President Obama said that he was “ready to pass the baton” — and the White House — to his former rival, Hillary Clinton. Obama made the case for Clinton as a brilliant, “level-headed” stateswoman who could lead the country in tumultuous times. “I’m ready to pass the baton,” he said at the end of his remarks.

    Although some on the political left viewed her as too corporate or too hawkish, Hillary Clinton was definitely qualified in terms of experience. I’m reminded of 1988, when Bush Sr. ran as Reagan’s heir apparent, saying he was the man most qualified for the presidency based on his own record of experience. Accepting the Republican nomination in 1988, Bush Sr. said:

    “A President must be many things. He must be a shrewd protector of America’s interests; And he must be an idealist who leads those who move for a freer and more democratic planet. He must see to it that government intrudes as little as possible in the lives of the people; and yet remember that it is the nation’s character. And he must be able to define – and lead – a mission.

    “For seven and a half years I have worked with a President – and I have seen what crosses that big desk. I have seen the unexpected crisis that arrive in a cable in a young aide’s hand. And I have seen problems that simmer on for decades and suddenly demand resolution. I have seen modest decisions made with anguish, and crucial decisions made with dispatch. And so I know that what it all comes down to, this election – what it all comes down to, after all the shouting and the cheers – is the man at the desk. My friends, I am that man.”

    And Bush Sr.’s single term in office was effectively Reagan’s third term.

    I saw Hillary Clinton’s qualifications along these lines. I’m a liberal Democrat, but Republican women I’ve spoken to agreed that Hillary Clinton was definitely qualified in terms of experience.

    In 2008, the Democratic Party hungered for change. Barack Obama represented change, whereas Hillary Clinton represented the Democratic Party establishment. Hillary Clinton lost to Barack Obama in the 2008 Democratic primaries. In 2016, Bernie Sanders won 22 states and around 40 percent of the votes in the Democratic primaries. Neither would have happened if the system were “rigged” in favor of the Democratic Party Establishment candidate Hillary Clinton.

    And Hillary Clinton defeated Donald Trump in the popular vote with over three million votes: initial counts showing her winning 47.7 percent of the vote to Trump’s 47.5 percent. A razor-thin margin, to be sure, but it indicates Trump does NOT have a mandate from the American people to push a conservative agenda.

    Hitler blamed Germany’s economic woes on the Jews, and Trump blamed Mexicans and Muslims, but a more accurate comparison is not Hitler, but Ronald Reagan. The 2016 election reminds me of 1980. The Democrats underestimated Reagan, dismissing him as a B-movie actor, a hack, with no real political knowledge, like dismissing Trump in 2016 as a reality TV star. Reagan was making gaffes, saying it takes three dollars to deliver one dollar of welfare (actual figure, 12 cents!), saying trees cause more pollution than industry, not knowing the meaning of the word “parity,” and saying we were in a “depression” when it was actually a recession. Like Trump in 2016, Reagan in 1980 talked about abolishing the Department of Education. I was a senior in high school, and my friends and I talked about moving to Canada if Reagan were elected.

    Reagan won a landslide only in the Electoral College; not in the popular vote against Jimmy Carter. Republicans ran on Reagan’s coattails, and the country appeared to be shifting rightward. The Reagan administration represented corporate interests over the environment, labor unions, and the working class, and Trump has similarly packed his cabinet with billionaires representing corporate interests. Reagan went on to select persons like anti-environmentalist James Watt for Secretary of the Interior, and Trump considered anti-environmentalist Forrest Lucas for the position. In 1980, Reagan was the oldest person ever elected president. In 2016, that distinction went to Donald Trump. Reagan, like Trump, was once a liberal Democrat. The parallelism between Reagan and Trump is uncanny.

    The comment that “Michelle Obama only cared about taking vacations at our expense…” is untrue. As of October 6, 2017, Trump spent 85 days of his 258 days in office on vacation. That’s a third of his presidency he’s wasted. And remember, during the 2016 campaign, Trump pledged not to take vacations, saying, “I would not be a president who took vacations. I would not be a president who took time off.” Since taking office, Donald Trump has taken nonstop, luxury vacations — and we the people are paying for it! His trips are so expensive that they have bankrupted the Secret Service! He’s urged Republicans to cut Medicare and Social Security in the name of “balancing the budget.” But meanwhile, he’s perfectly happy to spend millions of taxpayer dollars on luxurious golf outings at Mar-a-Lago. It’s time for this corruption to stop. Since taking office, Donald Trump has visited his own golf courses over 67 times. If Trump is really as wealthy as he makes himself out to be, he should pay the government back immediately. Hardworking Americans should not empty their pockets for the Trump family’s pleasure.

    The Ted Cruz campaign put out a nude photo of Melania in 2016 and warned conservative Republicans: “Your next First Lady.” Dr. Jordan similarly comments online: “How can you compare a nude uneducated model to a Ivy League graduate who has a law degree? It is sad to see how prejudice and ignorant you people can be.” While the media was taking note of what Trump later dismissed as “locker room talk,” at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama was practically in tears, warning her fellow Democrats and the American people in general, “We need an adult in the White House.”

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

    • T. Bell says:

      You type way to PHUKING much !

      • Will says:

        YEAH THAT`S FOR SURE !!!! Hey,,, Vasshole or what ever you call yourself ,, thanks for Democrat update . but if we really wanted to listen to all that crap we would all turn on ,, CNN, MSNBC etc

        • Thomas G says:

          Yeah, Vasu, Trumpers are like Trump, they hate to read anything . . . . and especially stuff they do not agree with! As this posting will show, they cannot tolerate and get enRAGED when a Republican thinks differently and does not drink of the right wingnut Kool Aid!
          They are not believers in free speech and only want the press to repeat the garbage they want to be true.

          • Will Triebel says:

            Interesting that you trolls are all here with the very same talking points. Does your collectivism involve collectively sharing a brain cell?

    • Jake d says:

      You are one warped and in fact sick person. You have however followed the DemoCommunist playbook perfectly. I seriously suggest that you seek professional help to deal with your delusions and stop watching MSNBC and CNN.

    • Will Triebel says:

      Vasubot, can’t your Dem handlers at least input some new material? All this stuff is, what, three or four posts repeated over and over? They are definitely not going to convince anyone to join their group like that, in fact are only making themselves increasingly hated.

    • Varmint says:

      Your full of sh!t as a Christmas goose! And so is Mitt Romney! What a dud!

    • Jan says:

      Vasu Merti…Do you really think anyone would read your junk mail? The fact that you’ve written all this mess shows what a nerd you are! No one gives a rat’s behind what you think!!! The spaces here are for the sole purpose of readers to express their opinions in short narratives! No one cares what you think!

    • H Lee says:

      Your fourth sentence is a lie. ” Donald Trump called undocumented immigrants from Mexico criminals and rapists in June 2015.” That is a lie. I heard him when he made a comment that you are falsely trying to quote. That means that the rest of your article is not credible enough to be read. Trump said Mexico was sending criminals etc. Read that about 6 more times until it sinks in! You dung flingers rewrite, distort, leave out facts, add in myths and lies and you should apply for a job with AP, CNN, MSNBC, NYT or WP. You think about who Mexico would send! Their scientists, their engineers, their doctors, their best architects, etc.? For you and the rest of the brainwashed and ignorant, Trump was referring to those who Mexico was dumping from their prisons. You are being released from prison on the condition that you leave Mexico! Then dung flingers such as yourself, immediately start saying he called undocumented ( illegals ) criminals and rapists. You spent so much time gathering propaganda to throw out here when you should have spent it learning some economics. Do yourself a favor and see if you can determine what the laws of supply and demand means.

    • Alan Gragnani says:

      Only an a$$hole would write this piece. Get a life.

    • Big Ed says:

      Whenever an ass hole Democrat posts in these comments, everyone should get ready to heat nothing but Democrat talking points-you broke a record by giving us the total list of bovine excrement the communist Democrats regularly spread. I’m used to hearing these, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen a comprehensive list in one post. The more of them you list, the stupider it all sounds and the more the question, “Why the hell would anyone ever vote Democrat comes to mind”.

    • Hillary lost, get over it says:

      Problem is, President Trump is right on all counts. When or if the next dem gets in the White House, we are going to do the exact same thing to that vile scum. Every second of every day, lies will be spewed forth. We will make its life hell, just like you traitous pigs. So be prepared, because it’s going to happen.

    • WillyB says:

      Hey Vasu, If you wan’t to write a book…then do it. Can you see that you are in the minority here & you’re wasting space & time. By the way, hope you’re not counting on that book to generate an income. PRES. Trump is going in a good direction & still doing a fine job so far…even with all the road blocks the”Dimwitcrats” are putting in the way. I didn’t vote for Obama, but put up with him as our leader( a poor on @ that) So wake up & cut the BS!

    • Steve Scoutaris says:

      Trump did not mock a disabled person. That has been debunked.
      Trump did not say all illegals are racist and criminals. Trump said that there are some rapists and criminals sneaking in with the illegal aliens. The MS-13 gang members. Something like 40% of the illegal alien women have already been raped before even reaching the border.
      The exact same detention facilities at the border were in operation under Obama, and children must be separated from the adults that brought them in until all can be vetted. Trump didn’t start that.

      • Tony says:

        No, Steve, wrong yet again. There is a video that most of us have seen in which he mocked a disabled person, like he mocked Christine Blasey Ford and mocked the teenager who gave a talk at the U.N. on climate science. You are foolishly taking Trump’s lies and excuses as “debunking.”

        • Steve Scoutaris says:

          And there are many other videos of Trump flailing his arms with other people that are not disabled. This exchange was about Trump singling out disabled people for mocking. Try to stay focused Tony.

    • Freddie says:

      Shut up vasu,just shut up,ya talk to much!!

    • Charles says:

      You and Shifty Shifft must have attended school together. You put your own words in the things that trump says to meet your own spin. Forget the TRUTH.

  42. Ruth E Dickman says:

    Utah should be ashamed of the piece of garbage they elected to represent their state — total off his rocker with hate –he should be removed from office and never trusted again –what a hateful person

  43. mzaz says:

    We all know Mitt is really a demonrat. He just needs to make it official and register as one.

  44. Connie says:

    I would expect everyone, especially Democrats to be happy about President Trump looking into whether or not there was anything illegal going on between another country and our country’s leaders. Isn’t that what they have been looking into for 2 years? This one sounds like it has more provable wrongdoing than the Russia investigation.

  45. W says:

    Another very thin straw being gobbled up by the RINOs, demoscum and their propaganda puppet talking heads. Trump hass nothing illegal here and these desperate fools are attempting to make a mountain out of a grain of sand.

    The real crime is being covered up by their hysteria so nobody will look at the real crimes committed by Biden and his son.

  46. Bruce says:

    I am extremely disappointed as Mitt Romney is supposed to be a Christian.
    He doesn’t seem know or about kindness and forgiveness . Not a good example
    Of his faith.

    • Scott27 says:

      Bruce, I’m guessing you don’t really know the first thing about being a Christian, or you would not be supporting the vile and un-Christian man in the white house.

      • Karen Turner says:

        the Bible clearly states u will know a tree by its fruit…only God knows anyone’s heart..but Trump claims to be a Christian..he is not one is..but he is fighting for this country..fighting for the Christians and our religious freedoms..Trump asks the American ppl for prayers..Trump has prayer b4 each cabinet meeting..Trump has a weekly Bible study at the WH for anyone that wants to I would say that he is much more of a Christian than you are!!!..going by your comments

        • Dr. J. D. says:

          Karen, agree with your first point, but then you fail to look at Trump’s continual hateful behaviors (to our allies, mocking of people, ripping children from their parents, constantly and continually slamming legions of people – – even those he picked for government and so forth).
          The Bible also says “even the devil can quote scripture.” How many false evangelists have mimiced the words of the Bible only to enrich himself – – Heard of Elmer Gantry? Trump is using this to get the evangelical vote, but let me ask you this – – what president who claims to be Christian, funnels our tax payer dollars (over $100 million or more) into his private pockets (through his companies) rather than use other comparable facilities?!?

      • Steve Scoutaris says:

        Honestly, I don’t believe any Christian would even be in government. I mean a REAL Christian.
        Not fake Christians that Christ referred to as “goats”.
        Also, I wonder if Obama would have won if the Republicans had decent candidates.
        John McCain and Mitt Romney? Hold your nose when you vote.

  47. Rob says:

    ” . . .the “whistleblower” that lodged the complaint . . . didn’t even have firsthand knowledge of the call.”

    That says it all.

    • Dr. J. D. says:

      We will all see soon, because it was just announced that the whistleblower is going to testify before Congess . . . . and the Truth will come out soon.

  48. Cecelia Henderson says:

    Honestly, I don’t think Mitt is a RINO, I think he sold out and is a full-blown Democrat. I think he lied to get elected and that Utah voters have sound grounds to recall this fraud.

  49. Will Triebel says:

    From what I read on another site I subscribe to, the ‘whistleblower’ , can’t remember her name offhand, was a long-time CIA spook that was passed up for a post in the administration. Just another idiot carrying a grudge.

  50. Grizz Mann says:

    Romney has no shame.

  51. Steve says:

    He has always been a totally warped , anti-America , treasonous , NWO career criminal , just like ALL the dems ! This criminally insane belongs in GITMO !

  52. Steve Scoutaris says:

    Romney seems more like a democrat to me than a republican. Romney even took credit for the affordable care act saying his RomneyCare was the inspiration and foundation for Obamacare.

    • Mike says:

      It was, actually. And most Americans now support the ACA, it has brought millions upon millions into the medical protections, like protection for pre-existing conditions. At least Romney is not a sheeple or a leming, following each other off a cliff.

      • Steve Scoutaris says:

        Mike, most Americans do not like the ACA, and more people lost their private insurance than people picking it up on the exchange. The Republicans took control of the house and senate under Obama because they promised to get rid of the ACA and let us all down. If you think so many people like the ACA then why are the democrat pushing single payer medicare for all? Think about that for a moment before you respond. Get your thoughts together.

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