Skip to comments.Conservative group tags Romney as anti-Trump, pro-impeachment in ad
Posted on 10/16/2019 9:43:02 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Club for Growth, which opposed Trump in the 2016 primary, is spending $40,000 to show the ad in Utah.
The Club for Growth, a conservative advocacy group, is going up with TV ads attacking Sen. Mitt Romney a preemptive warning shot against fellow Republicans who are considering getting behind impeachment.
The 30-second commercial, which will begin running Thursday digitally and on Fox News stations in Utah, portrays Romney as a sunglasses-wearing spy and accuses him of being a Democrat secret asset who is plotting to take down President Trump with impeachment.
The move comes as the first-term Utah senator dials up his criticism of the president. Romney has refused to rule out supporting impeachment and called Trumps request for China to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden appalling.
Slick, slippery, stealthy: Mitt Romney had us fooled. Posing as Republican, he tried to infiltrate Trumps administration as Secretary of State, says the commercial, referring to the presidents past consideration of Romney to be his secretary of state.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
Trump needs to raise campaign money, at least once every week, off Romney comments!!! Trump would rsise so much money from that.
Could this all be staged?
Could Romney be playing the heel as they call it in pro wrestling? You need drama and a nasty bad guy to get butts in the seats
Naah, he really is a jerk, pompous ass. Its not an act
The 72-year-old Romney, however, has told friends he cares little about what the president has to say about him. Instead, Romney is moving forward with an aggressive plan to aid Republicans in 2020 Senate races.
And from the 10/11 Politico article this one links to:
So far this year, Romney has funneled cash to roughly a dozen county GOP organizations. But most of his donations in 2019 have been directed to his Senate colleagues. After taking office in January, he gave the maximum contribution of $5,600 to each Republican incumbent up for reelection in 2020 an unusual, if not unprecedented, gesture for a freshman senator. This spring, he held a high-dollar fundraiser in Florida for the National Republican Senatorial Committee. Over the summer, he was a special guest at an event for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
I got him as a Palm Springs art dealer, soaking the wealthy with fake art sales. Just sort of glad hand slimey.
The word “tags” let me know it was a leftist site.
HE IS. Don’t need the word “tags”
Twisting the talisman.
The 30 second ad that was mentioned...
True. In 2024, Romneys re-election is in trouble if he doesnt get on board and quit acting like a democrat.
Polutico thinks Romney may not be anti-Trump?
Freshman Senator, snarf!
That’s like a 7 times divorced woman wearing white at her next wedding.
Romney should switch party...
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