At some point, certain Republicans may want to consider switching parties.
Mitt Romney would be one of those people.
From Fox News:
Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said Friday he may decline to support Donald Trump for president in 2020, explaining, “I wouldn’t be surprised if I stay out of the endorsements.”
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee, who has not shied away from criticizing Trump, told reporters at his annual E2 Summit in the Utah ski-resort town of Park City that he doesn’t thing endorsements really matter anyway.
“I don’t think endorsements are worth a thimble of spit,” Romney said.
Romney in 2016 refused to support Trump, famously giving a speech in which he referred to the candidate as a “phony, a fraud.” He said he later wrote the name of his wife, Ann, on that ballot.
Apparently, 2020 Democrat hopeful Amy Klobuchar is now saying that late Senator John McCain (R-AZ) spent President Trump’s inauguration comparing him to ruthless dictators.
Check this out…
Senator Amy Klobuchar says she sat next to Senator John McCain during Donald Trump’s inauguration and he kept reciting the names of dictators during Trump’s speech
Senator Amy Klobuchar says she sat next to Senator John McCain during Donald Trump's inauguration and he kept reciting the names of dictators during Trump's speech
— Edward Hardy (@EdwardTHardy) May 26, 2019
Of course, Trump and McCain never saw eye-to-eye. But this is absolutely wild, if true.
Why would McCain go to such lengths to embarrass Trump? Why was he somewhat behind the bogus Steele dossier?
The American people deserve answers and Trump deserves better.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on collusion with Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign did not produce the results expected by Democrats.
They figured Mueller would do whatever it took to find Trump guilty of something; anything, really.
Nope. Instead, Mueller and his ilk came up empty-handed.
Senator Klobuchar has revealed a devastating truth that her colleagues and far-left radicals in the media would never admit: AMERICANS ARE OVER IT!
Sen. Amy Klobuchar speaks in Des Moines, Iowa: "I have gotten more questions about addiction and mental illness than I have about the Mueller report. True story." pic.twitter.com/U2FYUNhCb5
— The Hill (@thehill) May 5, 2019
Thanks, Amy. Talk about a narrative buster for the left, huh?
In a nutshell, it is time for people to move on.
There was no collusion but the economy is thriving. Let’s start talking more about that!
If you had never heard of Steve Bullock before, you’re not alone.
On day one, the Democrat governor of Montana couldn’t answer a simple question. Like, the most simple question.
From Daily Wire:
Montana Democrat Governor Steve Bullock announced on Tuesday that he’s running for president in 2020 and was immediately stumped when asked what achievements he was proud of during his time as governor.
“What have you been proudest to achieve as governor?” a reporter asked Bullock during his presidential campaign announcement in Helena, Montana.
Bullock said, “Um, I am happy that hopefully my kids still know my most important job is being their dad. I think the things where, you know as governor it’s not like Attorney General when you know you won or lost a case, sometimes you won’t have impacts for years, but I know that a hundred thousand people in Montana have health care because the work that we’ve done.”
He added, “I know that we’ve done more to the earlier question to try to keep the outside influences of dollars out of our elections so that your voice matters as long as you vote … as long as you vote, um, then some big corporate Treasury or a company. I’m pleased with the way that we’ve invested in education. I think that’s one of the great equalizers that we have. I think another great equalizer is our public lands, we’ve protected those so we’ll handoff that to you as well. So, I guess those are a few of the things I’ve been pleased with.”