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McCain then Romney: two failed candidates for President who show why. The political ‘hate Trump’ funeral of the former was a capstone on a history of personal vindictiveness. For the latter’s disqualification, see Joel B. Polak – Timeline: Mitt Romney’s History of Backstabbing Donald Trump. “Senator-elect Mitt Romney (R-UT) attacked President Donald Trump’s “character” in an op-ed Tuesday evening in the Washington Post.”

sundance – Strap In – Romney Didn’t Wake Up This Morning and Haphazardly Write an Op-Ed to Attack The President of His Own Political Party. “Don’t get so caught up in a furor over Senator-elect Mitt Romney writing a political hit piece against the President of the United States that we forget to look at the big picture.”

“He specifically went out of his way to level his best attack, a verbal and thought-out assassination, based on character, against the sitting President of the United States.

And he didn’t just think about this earlier this morning. This was pre-planned.

Forgive me for mixing my metaphors here; but as each of the shiv-bearers appears, that’s when Trump is forced to deliver the whac-a-mole hammer. It’s like having an administration filled with establishment terror cells. Each cell acts independently, but each cell also acts based on a common objective: retain the UniParty.

Failing to accept the severity of this shift in the past decade is intellectually dishonest. As Nancy Pelosi said of the Occupy Wall Street violent anarchists: “God bless these people.” Indeed the OWS precursor to ANTIFA were laying the groundwork for the new severity of power in Democrat leadership. Nothing is out-of-bounds; no level of corrupt behavior will be avoided; everything will happen openly and without any backlash from a compliant media apparatus; the social fabric will be shredded.

Or consider Don Surber – Romney arrives in DC. Attacks President Trump. “After allowing Barack Obama to walk all over him in 2012, Mitt Romney finally made it to Washington, and immediately attacked President Trump.”

“In a column in the Washington Post Romney could not argue facts — “it is not that all of the president’s policies have been misguided” — so he took the low road.

If half the country — including Romney — refuse to accept the legitimacy of the 2016 election results, how is President Trump responsible? These are temper tantrums by children in their 50s, 60s, and 70s.

Trump Makes A Fool Of The New York Times Yet Again. DCWhispers – “Guess what? Those very same news organizations were saying the exact same thing as the president before the fires. Ah, but once POTUS Trump says it they attack-attack-attack. Fake news at its very worst.”

Trump Responds to Mitt Romney Critique: ‘Be a Team Player and Win’. Charlie Spiering – “President Donald Trump responded to criticism from Senator-elect Mitt Romney on Wednesday, suggesting that now is the time for Republicans to work together on the nation’s issues as a “team” instead of fighting over style differences.” This is called the “high road” as a stark contrast to Romney’s low road. The President’s response refutes the attack by example so the complaint devolves down to ‘how dare the President refute our character assassination efforts?’

Washington Post Fact-Checks Trump: Obama Built a ‘Fence’ on Top of a Wall, Not a ‘Wall,’ at His New Home. Joel B. Pollak – an illustration of just how far they will go to attack and impugn …

“The Post, which claims that President Trump has made nearly 8,000 “false or misleading” claims since taking office, objected Monday: “Trump claims there’s a 10-foot wall around the Obamas’ D.C. home. He is wrong.”

But the article, Michael Brice-Saddler, actually admits that the Obamas a) have a wall; b) have added to that wall, albeit by building a fence; c) have a home whose security barrier has been described as a “wall” by other media.

Apparently, even true statements can be listed as “false or misleading” by the Post, provided they were made by President Donald Trump.

Note that the Washinton Post was Romney’s go to publication for his assault on Trump. Birds of a feather?

Can wind and solar replace fossil fuels? Richard D. Patton – “For some answers, we turn to Germany, which has some of the highest electric bills in the world as well as a high proportion of its electric power produced by wind and solar (19%).

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