Romney Comments On Republican Lawmakers Visiting Trump At Court

Senator Romney, a Republican from Utah, has once again shown his true colors by giving an interview to MSNBC.

In this exclusive interview, he criticized his fellow Republicans for supporting former President Trump and suggested that President Biden should have pardoned Trump to prevent the current legal troubles he is facing.

Romney’s criticism of Republican lawmakers who gathered outside of the courthouse where Trump’s hush money trial is taking place shows his disdain for those who continue to stand by the former president. He called their actions “a terrible fault” and “demeaning” for trying to “run for vice president by donning a red tie.”

But the most infuriating part of Romney’s interview was when he suggested that Biden should have pardoned Trump and pressured prosecutors to drop the case against him. This shows a complete lack of respect for the justice system and for the current president’s authority. Not to mention, it goes against the idea of innocent until proven guilty.

Romney said, “I think it’s a terrible fault, for our country to see people attacking our legal system — that’s an enormous mistake,” he said. “I think it’s also demeaning for people to quite, apparently, try and run for vice president by donning the red tie and standing outside the courthouse and it’s just— I felt awkward.”

“He should have fought like crazy to keep this prosecution from going forward,” Romney said, referring to Biden. “It was a win-win for Donald Trump.”

Romney’s reasoning for this suggestion is even more outrageous. He claims that it would make Biden the “big guy” and Trump the “little guy.” This statement is not only illogical and self-serving, but it also shows that Romney hasn’t learned anything from his own failed presidential campaign. Despite his delusions of grandeur, he will never be seen as the “big guy” in any scenario.

“I do. … I mean, you may disagree with this, but had I been President Biden, when the Justice Department brought on indictments, I would have immediately pardoned him … President Trump. Why? Well, because it makes me, President Biden, the big guy and the person I pardoned a little guy.”

It’s clear that Romney is more interested in gaining points with the liberal media than supporting his fellow Republicans and standing up for justice. He has made it abundantly clear that he is no longer a true conservative and is willing to throw his party and its values under the bus for his own personal gain.

It’s no surprise that Romney won’t be seeking reelection. He has shown time and time again that he is out of touch with the Republican Party and its values. Maybe he would be more at home as a commentator for MSNBC, where he can continue to criticize his own party and cozy up to the liberal media.