I Try Hard Not to Hate – Mitt Romney Makes it Hard…

Mitt Romney does his Mitt Romney thing again today as he tweets about President Trump commuting the sentence of Roger Stone:

Rather than allow myself to be drawn into unhealthy toxic anger; allow me to shift the focus for a moment to drive home the point that up to the moment that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, all national politics was controlled club activity.

It was in the aftermath of Mitt Romney taking a dive in 2012 when I first decided to really drill down on the club networks and figure out their strategies. Not esoteric analysis of what the political ideology is; but rather, a deep, very deep, focus into the network of how they actually function and what they physically do to keep hidden. Once you see the strings on the marionettes you can never go back to a time when you did not see them.

George Carlin was right, smart man, it’s a big club and we we’re not in it… until Trump.

The elevation of a semi-coherent and cognitively challenged vessel named Joe Biden should also drive home the point that both political wings of the UniParty bird, are ultimately a Potemkin village to disguise a network of powerful interests.

In January 2019 again CTH warned about Mitt Romney.  There’s a bunch of them to worry about but Mitt Romney and Nikki Haley are two republicans with the most toxic lust for power and influence.   Stay aware… beyond the Romney’s and Haley’s you’d be surprised how many embedded cells are simply laying dormant waiting to activate like political terror cells.

Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has one major career alliance that has been unbroken and unchanged for well over two decades.  That alliance is with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and specifically with CoC President Tom Donohue.  [SEE HERE and SEE HERE].

Mitch McConnell is stealthily working against the efforts of President Donald Trump.  The effort is to support his primary Wall Street financial benefactor, Donohue. However, Mitch McConnell cannot directly be connected to underhanded efforts against President Trump because it would lead to: (A) questions about a confrontation; and (B) public exposure. [ex. think about how McConnell is blocking President Trump from recess appointments]

Mitch McConnell has to be very careful about the visibility of how he undermines the President. Everything must have built in plausible deniability.

McConnell has a history of getting caught. However, fortunately for him people also have a tendency to forget [see McConnell’s scheme in the Mississippi 2014 Cochran race as an example].  Almost no-one remembers that U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, the founder of the Senate Conservative Fund, quit the Senate specifically because of the schemes and internal Machiavellian power moves of Mitch McConnell.

So when the carefully constructed, pre-planned, pre-scheduled, and pre-organized public op-ed by incoming Senator Mitt Romney was deployed in the Washington Post… for those who have watched McConnell work; we knew exactly who orchestrated it and why.

Senator Romney will be one (not the only) visible face of the opposition.  However, just like former Senator Corker and current Senator Sasse, the instructions (direct and indirect), and/or the approvals, will come from Leader McConnell’s office.

Through his power structure McConnell directly controls about 8 to 15 republican senators; we have called them “The Decepticons” for years. [Cornyn, Thune, Porter, Blunt, Portman, Burr, Barasso, Crapo, Murkowski, Gardner, Roberts, Sasse, Tillis, Graham and now Romney]

McConnell needed to test Romney’s commitment to the Decepticon club.  Romney passed the test.  Romney was rewarded with placement on the Senate Foreign Relations committee.  Those Senators who sit on this committee get the most financial benefit from foreign lobbyists.  To understand the financial process think: Qatar & McCain Institute etc.

That’s what is going on internally…. and no, I doubt President Trump knows the scale of it; or maybe he does, and he has to pretend like he doesn’t to navigate his agenda… but somehow I doubt it.

To remind ourselves how Minority and Majority Senator McConnell took down the threat of the Tea Party revisit these old articles CNN Part I and CNN Part II  both showcase how McConnell works.   Then do some research on how McConnell worked with Haley Barbour in Mississippi [SEE HERE].

Yes, Democrats are openly the opponents.  However, the republican wing of the uniparty is no less dangerous.



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497 Responses to I Try Hard Not to Hate – Mitt Romney Makes it Hard…

  1. littleanniesfannie says:

    Did I miss the Utah joke screaming when real criminals with way more years and way less age than Roger Stone were set free in order to NOT get CoVid in the prisons? Rum-ney, I hope that soon, very soon, you’re arrested and incarcerated in a CoVid filled facility and see how you and your family like it. Then again, you’ll probably play the Senator card as a get out of jail free. I can’t believe that I voted for a scumbag like you. We have a Real American President and I thank God for President Trump and thank him that you didn’t win. I only wish None of the Above had won in 2012. Nunny would have been a lot better choice than the idiot that ran as a Republican and the Socialist that ran as a Democrat.
    To the people of Utah, you have my profound apologies for electing a moronic traitor as Senator in 2018. It isn’t too late for a recall election!!11!

    Liked by 14 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      Pierre Delecto – every time I start to talk about something new that Mitt Romney has said or done, my Mom says, “who was that you are talking about, Honey?” and then she gives me the sidelong glance and turns back to her crossword puzzle –

      I have to call him “Pierre Delecto” first – no further discussion until I call him by his proper name – and then, well, after that, why bother?

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  2. FreyFelipe says:

    Like Captain Ahab, Romney has an extreme case of monomania.
    1. Pathological obsession with one idea or subject [Moby Dick Trump].
    2. Intent concentration on or exaggerated enthusiasm for a single subject or idea [hatred of Moby DickTrump].

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  3. Where was Mittins when Zero commuted/pardoned x number of terrorists. Impeach Mittins now.

    Liked by 14 people

    • fred5678 says:

      And Clinton pardoning 14 PR terrorists and Marc Rich???

      Liked by 10 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      like those horrible people Obama let out of Guantanamo in exchange for Army Sgt. Bowe Berghdahl –

      paging Pierre Delecto! Where were you then?


      Liked by 5 people

      • TPW says:

        I doubt Delecto knows a tenth of what happened to PT and what Odrama did. Those things are of no concern to him so why should he even investigate…..He is there for himself and the Chamber and Trump is in the way. Interesting that Sundance mentioned the alliances and bad past deeds of McConnell may not be fully known to PT. I am concerned that the same applies to the extent of the Obama corruption. Think about it …who would reveal them to him.. who around him has access….how much time in the day for him to fight attacks and achieve his goals. Everyone around him is doing their jobs those that are to protect….the FBI DOJ…well corrupt…..plus I think Barr is so high up on his pedestal he requires everyone else to do the work..agian below him are crooks. Barr doesn’t know half of the corruption story…I firmly believe this. So it is up to you Sundance and your midnight riders, to blow the doors off. So pray for your success.

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      • glissmeister says:

        I always wondered if the Berghdal AWOL was an Obama/DS op designed to spring Muslim Brotherhood sycophants from Guantanamo and release them back into the ME.

        But why?

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  4. fred5678 says:

    First hand quote of McConnell”

    In 2010 I was a early volunteer for TEA Party favorite Sharron Angle against Harry Reid.
    When she won the GOP primary, with almost 2 x the votes of #2 Sue Lowden, she traveled to DC to meet with GOP leaders, including McConnell. She told us, sitting down over a very small breakfast meeting, after she came back to Reno:

    While she was in his office, face to face– McConnell said: “I can WORK with Harry Reid!”

    Liked by 6 people

    • That’s right! And McConnell did work with Reid…it was before our eyes…

      Liked by 3 people

      • listingstarboard says:

        Harry Reid is Mormon just like Mitt Romney.

        Liked by 2 people

        • glissmeister says:

          Reid, Romney and the network. It needs its very own RICO grand jury. Just because our blessed Jesus will get a clean bill of health doesn’t mean the self-appointed Latter Day Saints aren’t dirty as Hell itself.

          Liked by 1 person

        • PeterMuhlenberg says:

          So? And Nancy Pelosi is a Catholic just like Joe Biden just like Justice Alito. Bill Clinton is a Baptist just like Jimmy Carter and Jerry Fallwell. Chuck Schumer is Jewish just like Karl Marx and Ben Shapiro. Every ecclesiastical barrel has its share of rotten apples as well as sensible people.

          Liked by 2 people

        • coldanger says:

          Yes, both are phonies…


    • seekingthetruth2 says:

      Yes. I worked for Sharon….did you go to Searchlight? Remember that moment? That was my wife’s coming out moment as we walked from about a mile away to the mining site….and then the Nevada/Clark County GOP did Sharon in.


  5. Merkin Muffley says:

    Still not the worst vote I ever made. That honor goes to John McStain.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. jeans2nd says:

    Ya done good, Sundance. No hate.
    Just Cold Anger.

    Liked by 10 people

  7. David Lentz says:

    Stone’s commutation seems aking to 43’s commutation of Scooter Libby sentence, for leaking the name of a spy who was not a spy, that he did not leak but was known to government before the case started. Libby is now a free man with no convictions. Now remind of what Mittens had to say about Clinton’s pardon of Marc Rich of Obama’s pardon of Bradley Manning.

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  8. SickOfItAll says:

    Haven’t we all deep-down thought this about McConnell? I think a lot got sidetracked when he didn’t impeach Trump. He could have easily. He didn’t why? He knew all the evidence would show what he has. There was no Russian collusion and no muh Ukraine. Yet deep down I think McConnell had it pre-planned at one point (When Burr and Warner spoke out so quickly about a 6 to 8 week muh Ukraine impeachment trial.)

    This makes me wonder if Trump does know about all these snakes in the grass. He told them that he would declassify the ever living fricktoid out of everything if they tried it.

    Thanks to Sundance we all see clearly with documentation that McConnell is a snake in the grass. Has anybody paid attention to Graham the snake? Has he been golfing with Trump, or is his primary done and won? Megyn McCain said, Uncle Lindsey said he had to kiss the ring…

    With McConnell nothing changes unless Trump wins in a landslide with a full super majority to spite McConnell. Then some declassification on McConnell’s honey pot wife can come out…

    I wish there was a plan beyond just getting Flynn free.

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    • MVW says:

      “both political wings of the UniParty bird, are ultimately a Potemkin village to disguise a network of powerful interests.”

      ‘Why didn’t McConnell enable impeachment?’
      The more likely answer is the complete rebellion by the Republican base. Worse, a revolution, destruction of the Republic. A Cesar could step in.

      Boil the frog…slowly…. is the strategy we have witnessed. Wait for Trump to exit after second term. Put the final puppet in place. All of Trump’s changes can be undone quickly.

      There is a spider behind the Uniparty. It is a multi-multi Trillion dollar spider. Trump is the Uniparty weapon to deal with a seeming independent Russia and China. At least that is my WAG. So, for now he is useful.

      The problem is that Socialism is an abject failure, yet, without Socialism how can the world be enslaved. It is the spider’s pickle. I suspect that there is the hope that AI will be able to handle the intelligence gap. It won’t work. Intelligence gap is not the problem. Spirit is dead in Socialism. Socialism murders the human spirit. Humans rot without spirit. Europe has to import people as its birth rate has dropped below sustainability. Europe is rotting.

      The spider must be dealt with for humanity to survive.


  9. johnnyfandango says:

    Romney has always been an opportunist and coward. Afraid to take Kennedy head on and punch back he lost the Senate seat. After winning Gov election in MA, his campaigning efforts lost more Republican seats during the mid terms. He then bailed out to run the winter Olympics. Rather than fight against the left he attacks his own party. He’s the poster child of the weak RINO party.

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  10. Coco Mama says:

    Is Mitt Romney a pedophile?
    Definite maybe……
    I won’t be surprised in the least if he is.
    Glad he is not in my area or family.
    He is just plain creepy.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. WSB says:

    Somehow, I am now on Elise Stefanik’s eblasts.

    Received this yesterday. Emailed her back that she should denounce this…

    “Receiving the U.S. Chamber of Commerce “Spirit of Enterprise” Award

    On Tuesday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce presented me with their annual “Spirit of Enterprise” award through a virtual event with both the U.S. Chamber and NY-21 Chambers of Commerce. Following the presentation of the award, myself and U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark took questions from various NY-21 Chambers of Commerce and local businesses. The “Spirit of Enterprise” award is given in recognition of Members of Congress who support a pro-growth and pro-business agenda in the second session of the 116th Congress. I’m honored and grateful to once again receive the ‘Spirit of Enterprise’ award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. I grew up in a small business family and know firsthand how burdensome regulations and high taxes greatly impede growth for our local North Country small businesses. As we continue our economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to support and bring forth pro-growth and pro-business policies in Congress. I will always be a fierce advocate for the expansion of our North Country economy.

    Read more here.”

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Just curious here; does anyone believe Mitt Romney really and truly wanted to win A.N.Y.T.H.I.N.G. and accept that responsibility?
    This Utah Seat…was hand delivered, unless I’m missing something; and I’m sure someone reading will soon inform me. LOL!

    Liked by 1 person

    • lavenderblue says:

      yes Abby, im sure magic pant’s senate seat was bought and paid for by the GOOD ‘OLE BOYS CLUB so well known here in mornonland. His republican opponent was a doctor of high integrity, a constitutionalist and patriot. It’ s also commonly known that PIERRE DETESTABLE doesn’t even make his residence in ut… superficial nghtmare of a subhuman

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  13. dufrst says:

    It not enough to have Donald Trump because after Trump we’re back in the doldrums of UniParty control. We need a new political party and I hope Trump starts it after the election.

    I say call it the American Party because it’s no longer a battle of ideology between conservatives vs liberal or even economics between capitalism vs socialism, it’s a battle between interests, globalism vs nationalism.

    We no longer have a nationalist party in the USA. The UniParty represents globalism, which ultimately means Chinese supremacy. It’s why the Chinese have infiltrated and exfiltrated the USA in a way the Soviet Union could only dream of doing over the past 20 years. Our government political leaders and our multinational business leaders have sold out willingly to the Chinese for supposedly for access to their market, but in reality they sold out for cold hard cash!

    Donald Trump is aware of this and it’s why he ran on draining the Swamp. I’ve said there’s no draining the Swamp without personnel that’s on your side. It’s why the UniParty went after General Flynn and hates Grenell.

    I will go further and say to truly drain the Swamp, we must flush down the toilet the GOP. Allow the GOP to merge with the Dems. You say that won’t happen? Look at what Trump did to the NeoCons? These so-called NeverTrumpers all are endorsing Biden. It’s time we formerly take a knife to the rest of the GOP !

    It will be risky but if the GOP purposely lose the Senate and don’t regain the House in 2020 but Trump somehow manages to win, I hope he announces the creation of a new political party and banner. Then in the 2022 midterms, we can go and vanquish the GOP. And in 2024 we can field our first formal candidate for the presidency post Trump under that new banner.

    It’s happened before when the GOP supplanted the Whigs in one election cycle giving us Abraham Lincoln. Today’s GOP is going the way of the Whigs!

    Liked by 1 person

    • The American Patriot says:

      Trump will be taking over the entire GOP! The RINOs will be kicked out of the party.

      Liked by 2 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      I would like to kick the “Republican-In-Name-Only” Republicans OUT of the Republican Party – let THEM go!
      I have a deep fondness for the name “Republican” –
      this clip is from “The Alamo” – about that word, Republic

      Liked by 2 people

      • dufrst says:

        I love the GOP but if they purposely lose the Senate in 2020 (and don’t flip House), as they did the House in 2018, they no longer represent us. It’s time to let them go the way of the Whigs and start a new party.

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  14. The American Patriot says:

    RINOmey doesn’t have long with his post because Utahans are about to kick him out as their Senator.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. JRD says:

    It’s time to put the screws to Ronna McDaniel.


    He votes with the Democrats anyway.

    He is no use to the Democrats as a WHITE MALE. His only use is to pummel Trump supporters.


    Liked by 2 people

  16. Free Speech says:

    Dear President Trump,

    You supported Romney for Senate. You had to know this guy was a dirtbag, piece of ish. Please show better judgment. Stop thinking the Republican establishment is going to accept you if you just make the economy great.

    Liked by 1 person

    • PeterMuhlenberg says:

      Exactly. Pres. Trump has only himself to blame for Romney being there as a thorn in his side. If Pres. Trump had endorsed Kennedy, imho Kennedy would have won, and the nation would have one of the best Senators imaginable. Not that a lot of people in Utah aren’t disgusted with Trump’s crass ways, but a Trump endorsement would have made the general public wake up and find out more about Kennedy. As it was, the Presidential endorsement plus Romney’s massive spending in the primary election was too high a hill for Kennedy to overcome.


      • bentley1blog says:

        Peter…’not a lot of people in Utah aren’t disgusted with Trump’s crass ways’. What does that mean anyway? Crass ways is hardly a term which describes one of our greatest presidents.

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  17. StanH says:

    The funny part now Sundance, there’s a large swath of the public who now know the duplicitous nature of the swamp rat, you pick the party. A “den of thieves.” You have the hypnotized that gaze at the news actors in the MSM and bobble their heads up and down like trained seals saying “yes master.” Then there is a growing Deplorable army who also now know for certain that everything from the swamp is a lie or prevarication to ensure that the right people keep the money flowing to the right people. Like George Carlin’s Big Club routine.

    We now know that justice is for the other people. That “our” government is a weapon to be used whenever anyone get too close to the truth. We can’t have a hundred years of corruption thrown away because the American people want their country to remain the USA. We are their enemy and we need to look at them as our enemy. I get a chuckle when someone brings up that old chestnut about how, “they work for us.”

    KAG! …by being American and reject these self-anointed jerks in no uncertain terms. We either win or acquiesce and go bum aka Venezuela.

    Swamp Rat = Willard (Romney) I know cheap pun but I had too.

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  18. JG3 says:

    SPIT !

    Liked by 3 people

  19. omyword says:

    Hey Rinomoney. Check our Billy Willey Clinton. Its one thing to comute the sentence of a man being setup by the same folks who went after General Flynn and threatened his children if he didnt plead guilty. And another thing to pardon people who lied to protect you. Like bill clinton.

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  20. Alli says:

    Are the CIA and FBI still recruiting Mormons? I wonder if they have a club inside the club, Romney is a pathetic weak person. His political career will be over once the good people of Utah vote him out. I imagine most of them are terribly disgusted with traitor Romney

    Liked by 1 person

    • bentley1blog says:

      Alli…ever wonder why Romney walks funny? Little tiny steps…strange for a man to prance across a stage. Just sayin’

      Liked by 1 person

    • suejeanne1 says:

      What is Evan McMullin up to these days? He went with John McCain and Adam Kinzinger to Syria, there with the founding fathers of ISIS – later, McMullin fan for President in 2016 but Utah went with Trump . . . to me, Evan McMullin and Mitt Romney seem not at all like the good people I have known and worked with over the years who were Mormons, they are really both weird.


  21. gsonFIT says:

    Pierre Democrato.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. FreedomNinja says:

    Unprecedented, historic idiocy. A candidate that should have been able to win a presidency but choked significantly. So he wants to talk about a conviction? Interesting that Mitt is the epitome of a man without conviction.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Don McAro says:

    I believe McConnell is set to lose anyway. So he won’t be around too much longer


  24. Blind no Longer says:

    Hey Mitt …you POS…the 1980’s called and want their foreign policy back.

    The day you took a dive for Barrack Hussein Obama….
    DON”T EVEN lecture us or anybody else about corruption you crooked asshat!

    Liked by 5 people

  25. Magabear says:

    And to think in 2008 and 2012 that much of the “conservative” media told us that we had to nominate Pierre Dilecto because he was a real, even “severe” conservative. And we wonder why conservative organizations seem so ineffective against the current mobs.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. WSB says:

    I hope no one minds me reposting this…call all over on Monday.

    Call the operators at each office location and shame them for working an actual traitor. Anyone who receives the nomination for a party’s presidential candidate and then plans to lose it…is a traitor. Why would anyone work for a traitor?

    Salt Lake City
    125 S. State Street
    Suite 8402
    Salt Lake City, UT 84138
    Phone: (801) 524-4380

    St. George
    196 East Tabernacle Street
    Suite 14
    St. George, UT 84770
    Phone: (435) 522-7100

    Washington, DC
    124 Russell Senate
    Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510
    Phone: (202) 224-5251
    Fax: (202) 228-0836

    Liked by 3 people

  27. logboom says:

    Two questions:
    Why is McConnell’s wife still a member of Pres.Trump’s cabinet?
    Why is Romney McDaniel still chairperson of the RNC?

    Liked by 4 people

  28. hokkoda says:

    At least he has stopped pretending to be anything other than the plastic phony backstabbing duplicitous snake we’ve always known him to be.

    Liked by 4 people

  29. hawkins6 says:

    Romney is BLM’s most famous (or infamous) and devoted Senate Republican supporter and this tweet is an absurd, distorted lie. It won’t likely change anyone’s mind.

    The Decepticons and others like them will love it but P Trump supporters and borderline supporters will recall that this conniving stooge previously voted to impeach the President based on so called “evidence” uncovered in Schiff and Nadler’s Dem Kangaroo courts. Fortunately, a semblance of due process was undertaken in the Senate and all Senators but BLM Mitt voted against it.

    His reasons for voting to impeach POTUS were as nonsensical as this tweet and the exact opposite of judicial reality. Both “trials” involved considerable judicial bias and political corruption but it wasn’t on the Stone or P Trump side. Stone’s trial was a judicial disgrace thanks to Judge Jackson and this bitter, vindictive amateur Machiavellian knows it.

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  30. magaskook says:

    Look. If you haven’t figured it out by now you never will. I’ll let you in on the secret. Mitt Romney is and has been being blackmailed. They have the goods on Mr. Clean. What it is, I don’t know, but there was a reason he took his foot of the gas in the 3rd debate against Obama. He beat Obama in the 2nd debate and had the clear momentum. He stopped cold. Why????? Because he was told. And ever since then he gets told to say this or to say that and he does it. He has no choice. Mitt Romney is not his own man. He’s nothing but an empty suit and his magic underwear hasn’t helped him a bit.

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  31. zephyrbreeze says:

    Something has happened to Utah, and it’s due to the press here, but also the voting seems really messed up. Southern Utah is very anti Romney. Clearly there is something wrong with him.

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      zephyr…there is something very wrong in this entire country.

      How can NYC hold hostage the rest of the state in every election? How is Utah compromised? How is it that we have so many Somalis in what should be conservative states?

      We have been in a world war on our shores, but no one told us.

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  32. Zydeco says:

    Isn’t it interesting that two of the biggest rats in the demise of our nation were once a team running for the highest offices in the nation. Pierre Delecto and Paulie Numnuts Ryano.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Blind no Longer says:

      WSB this would not shock me in the least!!! Blackmail explains a lot of behavior with so called conservatives now!

      Liked by 3 people

        • Simple Citizen says:


          Not much time at the moment, but just wanted to add that the crowd frm Salt Lake City owns (through various structues and by proxy) many questionable companies. Peace loving, draft dodging misionaries are haapy to collect defense company dividends, liquor company dividends, private prison stock dividends and may now have CBD companies, as well as other structured investments in the legalized mary jane industry (especially the Canadian ones).

          It would not surprise me that they were aware of and maybe in touch with the late Mr. Epstein. The question is whether they were duped or aware of his whole story. Also they may have kept a distance due tohis stated faith (hard to say, but like any group, soe are open minded and some are not).

          Thanks for the post!

          Simple Citizen

          P.S. You probably know, but we should share with the community, Mr. Romney’s father was not known as a “nice guy”. He is worth a minute of everyone’s time in understanding the “wonder” that is Mitt.

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          • WSB says:

            Simple Citizen, thank you so much for your post.

            And Mitt’s father was a bigamist at least, so we all need to dig deeper.

            SD always leaves an opening for crowd sourcing.

            We always need to help SD.


    • Amy2 says:

      Wexner had a “thing” for Epstein. Maybe he and Romney had a “thing” as well…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Amy2 says:

      Wexner had a “thing” for Epstein. Maybe he and Romney had a “thing” as well…

      Liked by 1 person


    I have never posted on this site but have been reading since 2016.

    Being that Mitt Romney is a Uniparty stalwart and has been for a very long time then it would be safe to assume that he threw the election for Obama’s re-election. Think Candy Crowley.

    Considering the John McCain was also a big Uniparty player as well then it is not a stretch to think he threw the 2008 election to Obama as well and was promised many riches which he cashed in at Ukraine and other places around the world.

    Working backwards in Presidents, then you have George W. Bush who never vetoed a spending bill from Congress, as I recollect. The Deep State loved that.

    Our military was collecting the peace dividend at the start of George W.’s term and was not at full strength.

    We know that the military – industrial complex loves war to make themselves rich as Eisenhower and JFK warned.

    I then think about watching George H. W. Bush’s funeral and the envelopes that were passed at the service and their faces after reading them.

    Did President Trump tell them he knew about the Big Ugly then? Is that what keeps them at bay and why they want to get rid of him so bad because he knows?

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  34. fergusmenyhert says:

    I’ve hated Romney with a white hot passion when he allowed a jury in Massachusetts to make a farce of the justice system by convicting the McMartin family based on the hysterical tesitomy of children under 6 years of age. The hysteria was fanned by the press, surprise, surprise, about the supposed abuse of children at a day care center. It took years to dismantle the fraud, judicial excess, and bogus testimony. Eventually the mother and daughter were released but the Leftards demanded their blood, someone had to pay even if there was no crime. The DA offered to release him and comute the sentence if the son confessed. The son refused. Pleas went to Rommney over this injustice.

    But Romney displayed the backbone and courage we all know him for and Romney refused to pardon an innocent man.

    Romney will burn in hell.


  35. Bob Dobbs says:

    Normally I would be too, but the overwhelming evidence is that a cabal of stay-behind Obama operatives that tried to sabotage his campaign then tried to sabotage his presidency and destroy anyone associated with him like Stone or Manafort or Flynn. Every new piece of evidence such as the Ukrainian recordings of Joe Biden and Poroshenko that has emerged supports that hypothesis so I’m sticking with it until something major changes my mind


  36. Although I hate and despise Mittens, I would not wish any harm or injury come to him.
    He should be treated just the same as his faithful pet.
    Strap the son-of-a-bitch to a car roof and drive him back to Utah…….in the winter.
    That is all!

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  37. Simple Citizen says:


    Thank you for this article and opinion. As I do not have too much time at the moment, I would support your points on the current state of our entire political system as you have described it; however, (and very humbly) I would opine that the Lady McConnell (talk about too much GMO soy turning into estrogen) has more to fear from Mr. Romney, then the other way around.

    The sheer amount of money and control that is a part of the Salt Lake City lobbists can not be underestimated. Then there Mitt himself who has a lot more coin to throw around than the Lady McConnell. Did you see this later Senator’s home when he was doxxed and the angry mob arrived, Net worth in the eight figues? Sure. Anywhere close to Mitt’s or some of his Salt Lake City backers? Nope. Mr. Romney and company could put a world of hurt on the, very delicate, Lady McConnell any time they wish, but attracting attention is not there thing.

    Either way, I am very appreciative of this article and all of your work on this blog. Further I thank you for helping us all.

    Simple Citizen


  38. wxobserver says:

    This had to be in the Deep State Playbook. They were just waiting for Trump to pardon someone. Perhaps they’d prefer it be Flynn and they really wanted it to be a pardon…but they could work with a commuted sentence.

    I just wonder if they had already picked Mittens…and already written the tweet.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. NancyB says:

    I despise Mitt Romney. Pure evil. Not a Republican. A liberal in sheep’s clothing. Pure fraud using GOP label. Deep State plant. Now he’s so angry over Trump commuting sentence of Roger Stone. But never says a word about Obama spying on Trump. Or fake FISA warrant. Or lies about Russian Collusion. Or massive, criminal IRS scandal. Or Benghazi fraud. Or lies about Fast & Furious. Or Hillary erasing 30,000 emails. Or $140 MM bribe to Hillary for uranium contract. Or Biden’s theft of Ukrainian & China money. Not 1 word. Obama’s crimes don’t make him angry. He lost to Obama in easiest race in history. Didn’t get mad at that. Why? Playing for other team. #FRAUD

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Carrie says:

    Well, Roger Stone has an answer for that..

    Liked by 6 people

  41. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Once again, I am reminded that sometimes God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.

    I prayed for Obama to lose in 2012. Thank God he didn’t. Even though the country had to suffer four more years of him, at least we never had to suffer a President Mitt Romney.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Blind no Longer says:

      Amen to that Jeffery!!! I say the same thing myself.

      Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      After watching McCain throw the race to Obama, and then the GOP’s deadly embrace of the Tea Party, I would tell Republican friends to forget Romney, that this would all have to blow up in our faces before the Americans would realize it is a death march. I never ever expected Donald Trump.

      We will not get another chance.

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  42. Travis1978 says:

    Mitt Romney is a low down, dirty rotten pile of skunk scat. I’m a native Utahn and embarrassed this clown represents my state. My disdain for him is deeper than the swamp in D.C. his stench will remain long after his pestilential term has ended. He is a skid mark on the underpants of Utah.

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  43. Jane says:

    Try living under even the one term of scumbag Mitt Romney, who raises taxes 7 times, imposed ridiculous gun regulation on top of already ridiculous gun regulation, imposed Romneycare, violated the US and Massachusetts state constitution to illegally impose same sex “marriage”, gave the wife of a Bain crony state tax dollars to open a chain of day care centers where within first few months the first of many infants and children were molested at one. It’s very easy to hate Mitt Romney. And what I wrote isn’t even the half of it.

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  44. ezgoer says:

    Romney is the wimp who got owned by moderator Candy Crowley on the debate stage and crawled away with his tail between his legs. She basically told him to shut up, and he did. He lost the election right at that moment.


  45. Ackman419 says:

    Mittens reminds me of McStain, but nicer.


  46. visage13 says:

    I saw the tweet last night and only one word comes to mind: Scumbag.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. lavenderblue says:

    i rarely post, but since i’m in mormonland, i can’t help myself. PIERRE DETESTABLE is a self-righteous, butt-crack of a tiny little 1/2man and he doesn’t even reside in utahland! His cult loves to exercise their holier-than-though judgment, but they’re 1 of the most dysfunctional collectives on the planet. For years, they captured rhe top spots for incest, bankruptcies and prozac prescriptions. And let us not forget polygamy and their self-elected prophet’s refusal to allow african- americans to become members. Read their history, it’s despicable, very dark and incredibly superficial

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    • PeterMuhlenberg says:

      I am afraid that it’s you who are very superficial. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not a “cult.” It’s not “dysfunctional;” it actually functions very well. As just one example, it covers the temporal requirements of its needy members so that they don’t have to go on government welfare paid for by your taxes. I don’t agree with your alleged stats about “incest” – anyone guilty of incest is automatically excommunicated from the LDS Church. As to bankruptcies, I wonder how you would know since there’s no line for “religion” on a bankruptcy petition. The Marriott, Huntsman, Sorenson etc. families have never filed for bankruptcy, unlike Pres. Trump. Finally, African Americans were never barred from being members. There have been African-American members of the Church since almost the beginning of the Church. They were barred from holding the priesthood for a time, but that was also a time when you didn’t see any substantial numbers of African-American pastors in the Southern Baptist Church, the Presbyterian Churches, the Lutheran Churches, and many other denominations. Maybe there were some black Methodist pastors and bishops, but growing up in that Church I didn’t see any. Likewise, there were zero black Orthodox priests. I didn’t notice too many black Catholic priests, either, in this country until recently.


  48. suejeanne1 says:

    Personally – just me – perhaps it is a matter of choosing to believe – but then, okay – I choose to believe that President Trump IS aware of many, many things – it’s okay to be underestimated – it’s okay – with all that he has trudged through, I am with him 100% out here – more than ever –

    I don’t WANT to know just how much he knows, I don’t NEED to know how much he knows, he has already pulled off some pretty great moves that were not expected – taking care of that “austere religious scholar” Al-Baghdadi, for example – while everyone was outraged about him taking troops out, meanwhile . . . over here . . .

    All I can do is pray, pray, pray – and with people around me in my precinct, if I can have a civil conversation, put in my two cents –

    thank you, Sundance, for all the work you have done over the years in research and discussions –
    logical and orderly discussions . . . but also heartfelt, to the soul as in “these are the times that try men’s souls” . . .

    better, much better than sitting here listening to the “talking heads” on tv who never seem to do any research but just issue their talking points, repeatedly.

    Liked by 2 people

  49. The Gipper Lives says:

    The Clinton/Rodham Gang sold pardons.

    A US ATTY let them off. His name:

    Jim Comey.

    Liked by 1 person

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