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Mitt Romney Broadcasts Demand To Trump As Republicans Claim “Moral Authority”

Mitt Romney seems to have forgotten that he isn't the president.

The pace and voracity with Republicans are abandoning President Trump is remarkable. It is disturbing that they nominated him as the candidate for their Party, they helped to get him elected, and now they are acting as if he has the plague. We are seeing mass hysteria and being Republican does not make them immune. Now former governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney has taken to Facebook to make some serious demands of President Trump.

In addition to Romney’s demands today, we also saw South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott speak of the president, saying, his “moral authority is compromised.” By doing this the Republicans have essentially claimed themselves as being moral authorities over him.

The idea of “moral authority” is vague and philosophical, often referred to as a “higher power” tends to associate it with religion. Does that mean that Senator Scott believes the president is in trouble with God?

While Senator Scott dances with morals, Romney listed his demands of President Trump;

“The president must take remedial action in the extreme. He should address the American people, acknowledge that he was wrong, apologize. State forcefully and unequivocally that racists are 100% to blame for the murder and violence in Charlottesville.”

The rest of Romney’s demands.

To state that racists are 100% to blame would be a  lie. We have irrefutable proof in the form of videos that the left, in the form of ANTIFA, incited violence themselves. Their supporters have claimed it was necessary and justified, pretty words when they support the rhetoric. Yet President Trump claiming that both sides have the fault is not acceptable? If Romney wants that statement made, he is welcome to do it himself when he is president…oh wait.

Even former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich joined the fray, telling Fox, “I think he’s in a position right now where he’s much more isolated than he realizes.”
Mr. Gingrich is certainly right, it is completely isolating when the majority of the Party gives into PC rhetoric and abandons ship.

Source: Daily Mail