Have you ever wondered why it is there are only RINOs and we never hear about someone identified as a ‘Democrat In Name Only?’  Is there, perhaps, something unique to the genetic makeup of certain Republicans that somehow makes them uncommonly susceptible to being convinced by the Democrats to turn on their own when under a certain type of duress?  Or is it simply a character flaw suffered only by those who are members of the Republican Party. And is there something about Donald Trump that seems to trigger something in these people that causes them to side with the Democrats instead of with the president of their own party?

Whatever the cause or the reason behind it, we all know who these RINOS are, and that there are far too many of them.  Take for instance Willard Romney, who on more than one occasion thought he was up to that task of being president himself and is someone I was once foolish enough to vote for, an act I now regret more than you will ever know.  Now I’m sure all are aware that President Trump recently commuted the sentence of 67 year-old Roger Stone, a man who was essentially railroaded into prison for no other reason than because he supported Donald Trump for president.  It was Willard who described this as an act of “historic corruption.”  Seriously?

Willard, as many likely know, has been a longtime critic of President Trump, for what reason I’m not sure.  And it was Willard who, on Saturday, took to Twitter, as himself and not under his alias ‘Pierre Delecto,’ and wrote, “Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president.”  And it was in making such a statement that Willard once again made clear that this vendetta of his that he has against the president would seem to know no bounds.  And it causes one to wonder what those folks in Utah might have been thinking when they elected Willard.

On Friday, President Trump called Stone to notify him of his commuted 40-month sentence.  And it was White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany who released a statement that said, “Roger Stone is a victim of the Russia Hoax that the Left and its allies in the media perpetuated for years in an attempt to undermine the Trump Presidency. He has appealed his conviction and is seeking a new trial. He maintains his innocence and has stated that he expects to be fully exonerated by the justice system. Mr. Stone, like every American, deserves a fair trial and every opportunity to vindicate himself before the courts.”  “Historic corruption?”  Hardly!!!

Ahead of the White House’s announcement it Lindsey Graham, another Republican who has on occasion demonstrated his ‘RINO’ tendencies, actually issued a statement that said he believed a commutation of Stone’s sentence is “justified.” He tweeted, “In my view it would be justified,” adding, “This was a non-violent, first-time offense.”  And yet it was Willard who seemed to view it as something entirely different.  But as we all know, or should know, justice being done here was not of paramount concern to Willard, not by a long shot.  It was simply being allowed an opportunity to take yet another swipe at the president.

You’ll recall how ’BO’ protected his political and deep state appointments and functionaries! They never want to trial because he protected his own!  There were plenty of corrupt activities during the eight years we were forced to contend with ‘BO’ as president, and many that continued on afterwards!  And while I would hope that there are prosecutions are coming for those members of the most corrupt administration in our history, the ‘BO’ Administration, I somehow doubt it!  And I’m pretty sure that Willard would stand in firm opposition to those prosecutions.  It seems his need for ‘justice’ is reserved for the president of his own party.

Kudos to President Trump for having the guts and the LOYALTY to pardon Mr. Stone before an election. President Trump is all about keeping his word, about doing the honorable thing, and so he deserves great credit for making this announcement now.  This entire farce committed against Stone was about one thing and one thing only, payback for his support of Donald Trump.  And that Willard seems unable to recognize that says far more about him than it does about the president or about Mr. Stone.  But Willard, you see, is blinded by his hatred of a man who was able to become more of a success financially and politically than himself.  So that man must be attacked!

Willard “Pierre Delecto” Romney has a dark soul. His jealousy and desire for power have seemed to consume his life. His “venture capital” fortune was made buying up near bankrupt companies, laying off half the staff, showing a few quarters of good books with the help of creative accountants, and then selling the inflated shares without having done a damn thing to improve the company.  His moral posturing is disgusting.  He a fraud in the strictest sense of the word.  He possesses no such thing as loyalty, he is all about himself.  He’s got to be one the most sanctimonious pieces of garbage on the planet.  He might as well become a Democrat.

And I can’t help but wonder if this the example that Willard sets for his sons?  Is he the type of man that he wishes his sons to be?  If so, how pathetic can someone be?  Willard has an ‘historic case of envy’, and he proves that point every time he opens his ungrateful mouth slandering the man from whom he begged an endorsement in his Utah Senate race. He did so because knew he couldn’t win without President Trump’s endorsement, and so the president graciously endorsed him…and this is the thanks he gets?  Well, as they say, “No good deed goes unpunished!”  But we’ve seen this kind of sick behavior from Willard before, so it comes as no surprise.

As much as I hate to say it, it’s probably a very good thing that Willard wasn’t elected back in 2012.  As much I disliked ‘BO’ and his policies, at least you knew what he was, where he was coming from and where it was that he was going to at least try to take our country. Had Romney served for four years, or God forbid eight, we would likely be far worse off than we are today.  And for sure, had Willard been elected we would not now have President Trump, of that I have no doubt.  To this day I feel ashamed and embarrassed for having allowed myself to have been taken in by him. My only excuse I can offer, is that I was blinded by my fear of ‘BO’.

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