French speaking Mitt morphs into self-adoring Pierre Delecto
Now that Utah Sen. Mitt Romney has been uncloaked as “Pierre Delecto,” a nom de plume he affected on his surreptitious, self-adoring twitter account, the disclosure begged for more answers.
When the deceit was discovered and he was asked if he was, in fact, Pierre Delecto, he embarrassingly answered in the affirmative, though not in English. Mitt Romney, whose Michigan governor father, George, was born in Mexico, didn’t respond in Spanish, either. Nope. He went into full Pierre Delecto mode, admitting, “C’est moi,” French for “it’s me.” Romney was forced to confess he used the sham account and false name to defend himself against detractors.
A bit of checking revealed his fluency was due to the 2 1/2 years in the 60s he spent in France while fulfilling his Church mission, giving him the ability to respond as his alter ego Pierre Delecto would. Pierre likes Mitt. He really likes Mitt.
The pro-abortion and open border supporting former Governor of Massachusetts was so inept, he lost the 2008 GOP presidential nomination to John McCain. In 2012, he lost to incumbent president Barack Obama. After vilifying Donald Trump, he came begging for the Secretary of State position when Trump was elected in 2016. President Trump let him grovel, but was too smart to bring Pierre Delecto into his cabinet, to undermine him and his policies.