PART I: Romney Is Everything He Wrongly Accuses Trump of Being

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Screen Shot 2016-03-20 at 9.42.28 AMI have been writing about Mitt Romney for years.  Everything is in the Mitt Romney Archive.  You want to know how bad this man is?  He is a destroyer.  I’ve watched him destroy Republicans since 2007, ushering in the era of the Brother’s Koch.  What Romney did to Trump on Friday was evil.  There is no other word for it.  Let’s be honest here, I still haven’t forgiven him for what he did to Newt in 2012.

Something has been bothering me about the alleged racist supporters of Donald Trump.  I know it is a set-up, but wasn’t quite sure where or why.  Then I started digging through my Romney archive.  Romney is owned by the Koch Brothers.  Their father was in on the founding of the John Birch Society.  Romney is beloved by the John Birch Society.  The John Birchers have stated that Russia is the enemy – and they want a war with Russia.  When Romney was running in 2012 he repeatedly stated that Vladimir Putin was the real enemy, even more so than terror.  Donald Trump is rational.  He has repeatedly stated that Islamic terror is the real enemy, not Russia. There is a heck of a lot of money invested in a war with Russia and a NATO build up to war.  Trump would pull the plug.  We just can’t have that. It is rather like JFK, who was going to pull the plug on Vietnam.  He was assassinated after discussing his plans.

“…The answer, Thompson said, is Russia, and it “is so obvious, it’s incredible.” “While we’re sitting here proclaiming communism is dead, it’s growing everywhere and rapidly,” he said. “It’s flourishing under different names, like the Muslim Brotherhood.” At least some Americans appear to be buying what the Birchers are selling. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney raised more than a few eyebrows during the 2012 campaign when he said that Russia — not Iran, not North Korea — was, without question, America’s No. 1 geopolitical foe. Anxiety about Russia is straight out of the John Birch Society playbook of fear. For them, the wall is still up, the Cold War still raging….”

National Review
National Review

“…Unlike his father, Kranish writes, Mitt Romney is not, quote, “the moderate voice seeking to rein in the extreme forces in the GOP; he has become, as he called himself earlier this year, a ‘severely conservative’ man looking to win the complete trust of the dominant right of his party.” Although George Romney had been concerned by the impact of the right-wing John Birch Society on the Republican Party, his son is indirectly its beneficiary. The Society was founded by Fred Koch, founder of Koch Industries. His billionaire sons, Charles and David Koch, are key donors to the Republican Party and to Mitt Romney….”

One must follow the little bouncing tin-foil ball.  Skousen is Glenn Beck’s hero.  Beck is also LDS, and is Mittens’ staunchest supporter.  He detests Newt.

Democracy Now
Democracy Now

This article concludes tomorrow.

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