(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) On Independence Day, Mitt Romney, RINO-Utah, penned a hit job in The Atlantic, associating former President Donald Trump and the Jan. 6 protests with a “denial” that threatens to destroy America.
Turncoat Romney argued that a return to Trump would threaten to destroy America permanently.
Romney began his piece by insulting his fellow citizens, describing a fatal flaw in the American people. The American people, argued the notorious RINO, have a demonstrated habit of “believe[ing] [in] what we hope to be the case.” Romney insisted that Americans answer real threats with a “blithe dismissal” of serious problems.
One of the most prominent ways we could bury our heads in the sand, according to Romney, would be by re-electing President Trump.
Romney predicted that re-electing Trump would make this disease fatal to America, writing that “A return of Donald Trump would feed the sickness, probably rendering it incurable.”
A symptom of the American people’s self-destructive delusion is questioning the mainstream media’s coverage of Jan. 6. Romney whined that, despite expert testimony, “when a renowned conservative former federal appellate judge testifies that we are already in a war for our democracy and that January 6, 2021, was a genuine constitutional crisis, MAGA loyalists snicker that he speaks slowly and celebrate that most people weren’t watching.”
Though Romney expressed grievances with the American people, President Trump and Jan. 6 protestors, he lauded Joe Biden. Indeed, Romney wrote, “President Joe Biden is a genuinely good man.”
According to Romney’s RINO wisdom, Biden’s solid character is not enough to overcome the degenerate hopes of the American people. He wrote that “he [Biden] has yet been unable to break through our national malady of denial, deceit, and distrust.”
Romney himself expressed hope for a national crisis and posited and answered his own question RINO rhetorical that equated Jan. 6 with a foreign enemy attack on America.
“What clears the scales from the eyes of a nation?” Romney asked.
“Pearl Harbor did. 9/11 did. A crisis can shake the public consciousness.”