Romney Calls Trump’s Ideas “Nutty And Loopy” In Betrayal Of GOP

( In yet another betrayal of Republican voters, failed presidential candidate and “Republican” Senator for Utah Mitt Romney called President Donald Trump’s campaign for voter integrity “nutty and loopy.”

That’s exactly what a polite loser would say, isn’t it?

“I understand the president is casting about, trying to find some way to have a different result than the one that was delivered by the American people,” Romney said on far-left propaganda outlet CNN.

“It’s really sad in a lot of respects and embarrassing because the president could, right now, be writing the last chamber of this administration with a victory lap with regards to the vaccine,” he added.

Romney, speaking on “State of the Union,” dismissed sworn affidavits signed by thousand of American patriots that they witnessed election fraud in battleground states during the voting and ballot counting processes.

The 2012 presidential election loser then went a step further.

“He could be going out championing this extraordinary success, and instead he’s leaving Washington with conspiracy theories and things so nutty and loopy that people are shaking their head wondering what in the world has gotten into this man,” he said. “I think that’s unfortunate because he has more accomplishments than this last chapter suggests he is going to be known for.”

Romney’s faux concern about the president was overshadowed by his attack on Americans who witnessed wrongdoing and have been brave enough to come forward and say they saw it. Democrats and Republicans alike have signed affidavits, and both CCTV footage and data analysis have backed up claims made by them.

No court has yet reviewed the evidence on merit, with several lower courts throwing out lawsuits filed by President Trump and others over issues of the constitutionality of mail-in ballots. The United States Supreme Court also recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas on the grounds of “standing,” and not merit.

Romney had nothing to say about the evidence of fraud that is driving the president’s push for a legal remedy to the compromised election. Unfortunately, he also promised that he would not be leaving the Republican Party.