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This Never Trump Traitor Just Admitted to Helping Nancy Pelosi Impeach Trump

This Never Trump Traitor Just Admitted to Helping Nancy Pelosi Impeach Trump

Mitt Romney

Donald Trump is still facing sabotage from within the GOP.

There are still some Republicans in the D.C. swamp that want to drive President Trump from office.

Now, This Never Trump traitor just admitted to helping Nancy Pelosi impeach Trump.

Mitt Romney gave birth to the Never Trump movement with his seditious speech in 2016 calling Donald Trump a conman, a fraud and phony.

Conservatives laughed at Romney’s attempts to carry the torch for conservative principles given Romney’s past support for abortion clinics killing babies, grabbing guns and amnesty for illegal aliens.

Romney and other establishment RINOs seethed when Trump and the anti-establishment conservatives that supported him scored a stunning victory in the 2016 election.

In 2018 Romney ran for Senate to find a seat of power from which Romney could work to sabotage the Trump administration.

When the so-called “whistleblower” filed their phony complaint about Donald Trump’s July 25 call with the Ukrainian President, Romney seized his chance.

Romney blasted President Trump’s behavior as “appalling” even though there was no evidence President Trump pressured the Ukrainians to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden or withheld military aid as a “quid pro quo.”

But in an interview with The Atlantic’s far-left fake news hack McKay Coppins, Romney gave direct aid and comfort to Nancy Pelosi and her fellow conspirators plotting a coup to remove the duly elected President.

In an article entitled “The Liberation of Mitt Romney,” Romney told Coppins that this impeachment witch hunt represented an “inflection point” for America.

Coppins reported:

In the nine years I’ve been covering Romney, I’ve never seen him quite so liberated. Unconstrained by consultants, unconcerned about reelection, he is thinking about things such as legacy, and inheritance, and the grand sweep of history. Here, in the twilight of his career, he seems to sense—in a way that eludes many of his colleagues—that he’ll be remembered for what he does in this combustible moment. “I do think people will view this as an inflection point in American history,” Romney tells me.

Romney went to make it clear that he was willing to lend his support to this coup – which is a direct attack on the democratic norm that the American people are free to choose their leaders – to grant it a “bipartisan” stamp of approval.

Coppins also reported:

Romney told me that he does not have an abstract definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors,” and that when it comes to identifying impeachable acts, he follows Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s famous standard for defining hard-core porn: “I’ll know it when I see it.” Asked if he’s seen it yet, Romney told me that he’ll make up his mind once he hears all the evidence at the trial: “At this stage, I am strenuously avoiding trying to make any judgment.”

Many conservatives believe there is no greater cancer in the Republican Party than Mitt Romney.

The failed 2012 Presidential nominee’s new plan to work with Nancy Pelosi to overthrow the President of the United States only reinforces why conservatives did not turn out to vote for Romney against Barack Obama.

Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in the Democrats’ ongoing attempt to stage a coup against Donald Trump.


(h/t Conservative Revival)

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