Drifter Mitt Romney reprises Flake’s spew

President Trump’s response: “Is he a Flake?”

Members of the 116th Congress will be sworn in Thursday, January 3, 2019. Gone will be antagonist Jeff Flake, who disparaged President Trump so relentlessly that he was unable to run for reelection in Trump-friendly Arizona, hindered by an abysmal 18% approval rating. He couldn’t even count on the votes of his disappointed kinfolk in his hometown of Snowflake — named for his relatives, who settled the area.

Filling Flake’s role as chief presidential antagonist will be failed 2016 presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Newly elected as a U.S. Senator representing Utah, Romney is a man of the hour … any hour, in any state.  Born in Michigan where his father, George, was elected governor, Mitt was later elected governor of Massachusetts. 

In that incarnation, he presided over what came to be known as “Romneycare,” a health care scheme that fueled the flawed model Barack Obama lied about (last frame of video tells the complete story) when promoting Obamacare. Romney also did an about-face on abortion, altering his long held pro-abortion stance to conveniently become pro-life. When formally announcing his candidacy for the 2008 Republican nomination for president, Romney had the brassiness to characterize himself as a “political outsider.”

Newly elected, but yet not sworn-in, Romney gives us an idea of what to expect by virtue of his jumping the gun on Trump-bashing, though he eagerly took Pres. Trump’s endorsement when he announced for the senate.

This scathing editorial commentary, printed in Tuesday’s edition of the far-left Washington Post leaves no doubt as to where the unappreciative Romney stands, declaring, “The president has not risen to the mantle of the office.”

Romney provides even more insight into his view of his senate role: “I will act as I would with any president, in or out of my party: I will support policies that I believe are in the best interest of the country and my state, and oppose those that are not. I do not intend to comment on every tweet or fault. But I will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant, dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.”

Reprising the frosted Flake might get some traction in Utah, but don’t count on it. Jeff Flake’s hateful rhetoric couldn’t garner him support among his aunts, uncles and cousins in his own ancestral hometown of Snowflake.

Political opportunist Romney, who has no roots anywhere and lacking a true constituent base, should find life equally tough.

President Trump aptly tweeted @realDonaldTrump:

Here we go with Mitt Romney, but so fast! Question will be, is he a Flake?  I hope not. Would much prefer that Mitt focus on Border Security and so many other things where he can be helpful. I won big, and he didn’t. He should be happy for all Republicans. Be a TEAM player & WIN!

14 Responses to Drifter Mitt Romney reprises Flake’s spew

  1. Mike says:

    Romney, like Flake, has the one and only qualification necessary to land any political position in the state of Utah. Voters there will elect ANY idiot just as long as s/he’s a card-carrying Mormon.

    • Kimball says:

      lnbreeding lowers IQs.

      Jeff Flake’s great, great grandfather was a polygamist.

      Mitt Romney’s family history is much the same. The line of polygamists in the Romney family also traces back generations, when it was an accepted practice among Mormons. Mitt Romney’s great-grandfathers, Miles Park Romney and Helaman Pratt, were born in the United States but lived for decades in Mexico. Pratt was a Mormon missionary there. Miles Park Romney left Utah for Mexico with a contingent of polygamous Mormons after the LDS church no longer officially condoned the practice of polygamy in 1890.

      Pratt had five wives. Miles Park Romney had four, and 30 children, one of whom was Gaskell Romney. The polygamy stopped at Gaskell, who had a single wife and seven children. One of the children, George—-Mitt’s father—-was born in a polygamous Mormon colony in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, but because his parents were U.S. citizens, he was also.

  2. Doc says:

    Here’s more VERY IMPORTANT information from The Daily Star (from UK??) about mcMoron’s political aspirations:


    …even his own niece “ripped him a new one”!

    • State Committeeman says:

      Many thanks for sending this link to the Daily Mail.

      The ink to the letter from Jevon O.A. Williams, the National Committeeman representing the Virgin Islands is spectacular! He couldn’t be more correct in his assessment of what we’re facing with RINO Romney.

      Meanwhile, not a word from Arizona Republican chairman Jonathan Lines, who also comes from the same type of linage as Flake and Romney. He keeps silent as the Republican Party dies in Arizona. I’m sick of getting his idiotic cheery messages in my email box.

      I definitely intend to vote for Kelli Ward for chairman and replace this dunce.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    Looks like Mittens is on a new Mission.

    better familiarize yourself with this:


    and refer to Day 2 of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, when Senator Graham and Judge Kavanaugh had several minutes of discussion about the Law of Armed Conflict and American citizens who commit acts against their own Government.
    Instructive going forward.

    Please continue to pray for President Trump; his family; his Loyal team, and our U.S. military.

    Interesting that Nancy Pelosi’s people went to the WH to make a deal for saving nutty Nancy in December of 2017. Yes, 2017.
    She’ll claim health reasons to gain special accommodation.

    A Senator tried the same tactic. It’s history.

  4. Michael Schmitz says:

    Romney failed as the one term Governor of Massachusetts with his Romneycare, he failed as a candidate that should have beat Obama after 4 disastrous years, and he’ll fail as a Senator. It’s all about Mitt and a microphone, just like Flake & McCain.

  5. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    McCain’s endorsement of Obama…er…er…Romney, was one of the few times he got anything right. The two men are interchangeable.

  6. jake sez says:

    Good Lord, can’t we republicans get anything right., We finally dump Flake and pick up Romney.

  7. LD 23 PC says:

    RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel show the fortitude we need as she parts company with Uncle Mitt. Good for her!! If she can act so admirably, why can’t AZ GOP chairman Jonathan Lines?


  8. Kathy says:

    Remember when good’ ol Mitt was begging Trump for a job in his administration. Trump rejected – smart man.

    This Mitt op-ed has been planned for quite awhile – the Bush cabal, RINO establishment puppet all for their gain, NOT for the benefit of We the People or our Country.

    • Tucson GOP says:

      Romney is probably still smarting over being rejected. God bless President Trump for not bringing this undermining and self serving scoundrel into his administration.

  9. Saguaro Sam says:

    Check this out:


    US District Court proceeding now confirms it was John McCain who leaked the phony Russian dossier to the media just before the election. McCain was trying to tamper with the election and later lied about it numerous times


    Somebody check Romney’s footwear for tassels.

  10. Jig says:

    If the people of Utah want Mitt as a senator that is their business. It is no worse really than Arizona having two lesbian senators.

  11. Maggie says:

    Mitt Romney has referred to Pres. Trump as a “fraud” and a “phony.”
    Check out these photos. Over the years, only his sideburns have grayed…and stayed that way…as his hair grew darker. He should look in the mirror as he hurls insults.