Decepticon Senator Mitt Romney Given Seat on Foreign Relations Committee…

A predictable assignment for a Decepticon tool placed to protect the interests of the multinationals.

A committee position on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee ensures that Mittens can prosper from the indulgences of foreign lobbying efforts.

WASHINGTON DC – Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) is getting a high-profile perch as he joins the Senate during his latest clash with President Trump.

Romney was named on Thursday to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, giving him an opening to wade into several looming foreign policy battles between Congress and the White House.

Romney had reportedly expressed an interest in gaining a seat on the committee, where two Republican members retired at the end of the last Congress, opening up space on the panel.  (read more)

 

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217 Responses to Decepticon Senator Mitt Romney Given Seat on Foreign Relations Committee…

  1. spoogels says:

    VIDEO: Romney Dodges Questions About His Op-Ed Attacking Trump

    https://www.dailycaller.com/2019/01/03/romney-dodges-questions/

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    • spoogels says:

      “Paul said when he has a policy disagreement with Trump he votes against the legislation and still has a “good conversation” with the president, instead of attacking his character or going for the jugular.

      “I question him on policy when I disagree with him,” Paul said. “He knows I have stood up to him. I have talked to him on the phone and he says, I know where your principles are and I know you can’t move on this particular vote. And we still have a good conversation. And I think that’s different than attacking and trying to go for the jugular of someone’s character. And so I do think it’s different.”

      Paul also warned that Romney would be “wiped out” if he tried to primary Trump in 2020.

      “I think that, if there were an election between Donald Trump in a primary and Romney, I think Romney would be wiped out. And people ought to think about, Republicans ought to think about whether or not sort of this big government, let’s always be at war everywhere kind of Republican is what we want,” he said.”

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      • cali says:

        @spoogels: Romney’s main agenda is to reverse president Trump’s exit from the Paris Climate Treaty, the TPP and the Iran deal.
        Clearly a deep state stooge and traitor to boot!

        All of these items are anti-American meant to fleece us and redistribute our wealth while giving globalist courts in the EU a say over our affairs her in America.

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      • GenEarly says:

        Romney is a Progressive Putz in the Rino Party of Mitchy McCuckold. I doubt there are more than 10 Constitutional Republic “Republicans” in the Senate. DemocRats are just Progressive Marxists.

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    • Kenji says:

      Romney is as dead to me as was his campaign against Obama. Dead. Stiff. Wooden. Nonexistent. Yeah, good luck with that campaign in 2020

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      • MR52 says:

        Considering what I have learned over the past 3 years, I think Mittens and LacBrains were plants by the dems.

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      • HeyBuddy says:

        He’s irrelevant.😉

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        • Xschild says:

          Not too irrelevant Bud. Somebody’s money put him in office. Mittens has been shopping around for a while to get back in government. So whose money gave him a senatorial seat? Not Utah. Seat on foreign relations committee. I do believe I can hear the twittering of the long gone songbird. Turn around slowly and look. Is that the shadow
          of the mustard ketchup guy I see. And all their friends. Why yes, it is.

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  2. Thank You—>GLOBALIST-UNIPARTY-DONOHUE…[ASS-KISSERS]…Mitch ‘Turtle’ McConnell (RINO-KY) & John ‘Bushy-Bushy’ Cornyn (RINO-TX).
    1 Timothy 6:10; For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
    ~SD : “There’s Hundreds of Billions of that [FILTHY-LUCRE] to be Made.”~

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  3. Rynn69 says:

    I don’t think the globalists realize their hold on the Republican party is local…very, very local. Like only in Washington DC. The American people are not with the RINOs anymore.

    Romney, a tragic puppet, has little influence over the base anymore. He is simply McCain #2, along with Alexander, Burr, Cornyn, Blunt, Collins, Murkowski, and Graham. Romney, the new puppet to replace the trifecta loss of McCain, Corker, and Flake. And the Junior puppets – Tillis, Portman, Ernst, Scott, Gardner, and Stefanik. The leader, McConnell.

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    • cali says:

      @Rynn69: If Romney had any clue he should look at the end of traitor McCain who was hoisted as patriot by the propaganda media and the left.

      He was executed and the traitors in the GOP should be careful what they wish for or what actions they take. Traitors will not be tolerated any longer even if they think they are safe.

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  4. Thomas J. Minnehan says:

    Romney will soon be a browder boy, similar to cardin, whether romney needs the money or not.

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  5. Who assigned Mitch to this committee? What is that process?

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  6. Jenny R. says:

    Perhaps this is a good posting for Mitt — maybe he could help smooth things over with Macron. After all, Mitt is supposed to speak quite good French and to have a great…enriching fondness for France.
    Mitt’s a real Francophile — kinda like Kerry. One could say that the two of them have a deep connection with the French.

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  7. spoogels says:

    After Helping Plot & Fund Trump Dossier, Mitt Romney Plans to Use Senate Seat to Ruin Trump

    https://truepundit.com/after-helping-plot-fund-trump-dossier-mitt-romney-plans-to-use-senate-seat-to-ruin-trump/

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  8. spoogels says:

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  9. shirley49 says:

    I will never vote for this snob again.

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  10. notfaded1 says:

    People should complain the Church about him.

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    • notfaded1 says:

      Ugh complain to the Church about his behavior.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        Notfaded1, surely you don’t mean the Mormon Church. Mitt is one of the church’s golden boys. Why do you think he moved to Utah, where the Mormon Church is headquartered?

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        • aProvider says:

          The Mormons are almost as idiotic as the Islamists. And the Catholics. C’mon people get off your religiosity. The process of submission and dictates of each sect (that tell you how to treat everything) are completely man-made doctrine, and have nothing to do with a greater power that you profess has the all-encompassing rules to live by. You live by the rules you want to. And then you make rules that exclude anyone who doesn’t agree with your rules. And then you call it religion so that everyone is supposed to admire it or be a sinner or an iconoclast or a heretic.

          Then you make up ancient tales about things that are very suspect. Burning bushes, parting of the seas, etc. It’s Holy-Moly because how can anyone disprove it? Oh, and there;s always going to be an apocalypse coming soon. At least 30 in my short lifetime. (only 73 years, which is minuscule compared to some of the Old Testament geezers).

          Anyway, have fun with it because I know it makes a lot of people less afraid of the truth—when you are dead, that’s it, son.

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    • Linda K. says:

      Romney is a bigwig in the Mormon Church.

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  11. digleigh says:

    We want to know WHO picked Romney for those plum assignments….. He should have been reprimanded for trashing the head of the Republican Party instead….Then ,we know who agrees with his anti-Trump stance and who to target in the next election!! Does Sundance know?

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  12. Watch out Two face Rommey,he is a puppy of flake and mccain’s,

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  13. DSP2 says:

    This corporate pirate is going to go for Clinton style tribute to be funneled to him now. That’s all folks.

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  14. E.jay Miller says:

    Mitch McConnell has reserved a special place for himself somewhere really, really bad. This Traitor is now joined by a peer in their Globalist cesspool to which there is no bottom. The duplicity and treachery exhibited by Romney should have made him a back-bencher with zero assignments in a just and fair world such as exists outside of DC politics where justice and fairness are negatives and treachery and self aggrandizement are exalted.

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  15. Rose says:

    Who gave him the job and then decide what can be done to remove that person from office.

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  16. Mercenary says:

    Who rewarded him with the job? Mitch McConnell?

    If so, that is a huge signal to Trump that McConnell is not his friend. If Mitch was an ally, Mitt would be the grubby little freshman that he is, with low-level assignments.

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  17. Charlotte Willson says:

    The swamp just keeps on swimming in the mire!

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  18. dallasdan says:

    Romney is the next man up in the RINO batting order. Mitch’s appointment of him to a high-profile committee assignment that can directly influence/impede the President’s foreign policy strategy reflects the turtle’s increasing boldness in outwardly manifesting his lack of support for the President.

    Don’t overlook Sasse’s appointment to the Intelligence Committee as an obvious assurance to the deep state that the SIC will remain toothless.

    No one should be surprised by these appointments.

    The environment is far more toxic in the House, where the Muslim from Detroit proclaimed her admission to the Congressional Democratic caucus with a comment about the President that is too vile to repeat.

    The President has exposed the political dishonesty and outright corruption of both Dems and Repubs who are very comfortable swamp dwellers. They have progressed along the spectrum of resistance, from disingenuous, to passive-aggressive, to confrontational. The vitriol spewed by the House and Senate Dems will provide sufficient cover for GOPe members to continue doing little to support the MAGA agenda.

    The opposition forces are many, diverse, and powerful, and the President is increasingly being isolated and left to his own devices. Patriotic voters are merely spectators to events in the Washington DC coliseum, watching their champion gladiator being inexorably overwhelmed by a coalition of opponents. However, the President is a fighter unmatched in the experience of his antagonists, and the combat will be bloody and extend to the last day of the his term in office, whenever that may be.

    The deep state appears confident of its victory over the President, but the perpetrators and co-conspirators underestimate the will of the leader and his patriots to fight to the end. Succeeding in their once-thwarted coup won’t be easy for them.

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  19. Mr. T. says:

    I live in the east valley suburbs of Phoenix, in what used to be known as Mormon country. It still has a heavy Mormon presence, but according to recent data, it is declining, especially among younger people leaving the church. Although LDS will not admit it openly, they are still heavily involved in politics, with many bishops still instructing their Ward’s members who they should vote for, even if that candidate who happens to be Mormon isn’t the best qualified candidate. To be fair, the Catholic Church has a history of doing this at many of their churches, with their priests “recommending” to their parishioners who they should vote for. I was raised a Catholic, and still don’t understand why the Church continues to back losers on the left, especially since the left is in favor of abortion, something the Church has strongly professed to be against.

    I talked to many people back in 2012 regarding the presidential election, all republican voters who didn’t vote. They obviously weren’t going to vote for Obama, but couldn’t bring themselves to vote for Romney, partly because of his Mormon affiliation, partly because of his association with Bain Capital, and partly because he talks out of both sides of his mouth. He said he was against Obamacare, yet signed the state’s healthcare bill as Governor of Massachusetts, the same healthcare bill that Obamacare was supposedly modeled after. The GOP sure didn’t get it until Trump came along. They backed many losers, including McCain in 2008, and Romney in 2012. At least they got shot down trying to run another Bush in 2016, boy did they get shot down over that one. Thank You President Trump.

    As for Romney, yeah, I voted for the loser in 2012 because he was the lessor of two evils, but not by much, I wouldn’t waste my time or effort to do it again if he was running for president in 2020 or beyond. Just like Rand Paul stated, he doesn’t stand a chance of beating Trump in 2020. The man is a weasel, a snake, a liar, and nothing more than another one of many mouthpieces for the USCOC, the GOPe, and the rest of the swamp critters still poisoning our country today. At least Romney’s niece, who is the head of the GOP, had the good sense to let her uncle have it over that crappy op-ed piece he wrote several days before being sworn in. Her uncle is delusional for thinking he’s actually going to take President Trump out. Yeah, right.

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    • whoseyore says:

      The election of 2012 is when my eyes were opened to the fact that someone other than “We the People” decides who our president will be. He was doing fine and then he just backed off and made himself look incompetent so that Obama’s win would not be questioned. I still think Obama wouldn’t have won had there not been election fraud, but it was so clear that Romney was paid off and given promises about a future that would never come if he would just back off. He is sold out to the Deep State/Global Elites. There is no hope for this man.

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  20. aProvider says:

    I guess I’m wondering about a couple of things. When was the last time I gave a sh-t about what the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate said or voted about anything? Was it the IRAN deal. I don’t remember nor do I care. Second is when was the last time that Mitt Romney said anything I gave a sh-t about.

    And oh yeah, one last thing. Remember the OP-ED in the NYTIMES that was such blockbuster about 3-4 months ago? I don’t care about that and neither should you care about this OP-ED. It’s all made-up medias swamp sh-t

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  21. Scott says:

    Well b**** McConnell the head never Trumper in the Senate seems to love mittens

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