‘Pitiful’ and ‘pathetic!’ Lou Dobbs tears into ‘Judas’ Mitt Romney for impeachment betrayal

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People change, parties change, and to hear Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs and his regular guests tell it, the contemporary Republican Party of unrepentant national pride, politically incorrect truths, low unemployment, high wages, no foreign wars and freedom, liberty and justice for all is no place for someone like Utah Sen. Mitt Romney.

Romney is going to be associated with Judas, Brutus, Benedict Arnold forever, when he is not even a footnote in a footnote otherwise, because of his betrayal,” Dobbs said Wednesday evening, responding to Romney’s decision to become the first U.S. senator in American history to vote in favor of removing a president from his own party.

Judas, Brutus and Benedict Arnold were famous traitors who chose during critical moments in history to throw their own leaders or people under the bus.

Ed Rollins, the co-chairman of the Donald Trump Great America PAC, added that, based on Romney’s treacherous behavior, he’s essentially no longer even a Republican.

“Romney said when he’s running for the Senate, ‘I’m not a Reagan Republican,'” Rollins noted. “He’s now not a Trump Republican. There are no Romney Republicans.”

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As noted earlier, people change, parties change. Once a party focused on the physical enslavement of blacks, for instance, the Democrat Party’s now a reformed party seemingly focused instead on the “mental slavery” of anyone who refuses to fall in line with status-quo, establishment thinking, as Trump-supporting rapper Kanye West once put it.

Likewise, it appears that the Republican Party — which Dobbs and Rollins appear to believe was once a home for “gutless,” “self-important,” “sanctimonious” elitists like Romney, Jennifer Rubin, Bill Kristol, Max Boot, and Rick Wilson, to name a few — is now instead a home for everyday Americans who are unafraid to stand up for what’s right.

“There’s no Romney, Romney,” Dobbs said as the FBN discussion continued. “The man obviously is confused. He is actually operating as if he’s got several personalities, with all of them coming together for this one vote today in which he simply is pitiful. He’s pathetic.”

“And he was so gutless,” Rollins cut in. “If he was going to vote against the president, he should have voted against him on both issues instead of trying to be lukewarm.”

Dobbs added that Romney was also “self-important” and “sanctimonious.”

During the final vote in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial Thursday, Romney voted to convict Trump on “abuse of power” but acquit him of “obstruction of justice.”

“The president’s purpose was personal and political,” he said on the Senate floor. “Accordingly, the president is guilty of an appalling abuse of public trust.”

“What he did was not perfect, no. It was a flagrant assault under electoral rights, our national security, and our fundamental values. Corrupting an election to keep one’s self in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one’s oath of office that I can imagine.”

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But the premise that the president’s request to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s alleged corruption had been an attempt at “corrupting an election” (namely the 2020 election) is a dubious Democrat theory that was never indefinitely proven true during the president’s impeachments hearings.

In short, it was a Democrat talking point and assumption — one that the so-called “Republican” senator scooped up in his arms like a baby for reasons that may never be known. Theories concerning Romney’s ultimate motivation have nevertheless emerged.

The top theory is that the senator simply hates Trump, either because he resents the president for not choosing him as secretary of state or he bitterly and covetously sees in the president everything he wishes he himself could be.

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The other going theory, as expressed by Rollins, is that Romney simply isn’t a Republican at heart anymore. If that’s the case, then at least he’s not alone, for there’s an army of seemingly equally bitter elites who’ve abandoned the Republican Party, all as the party — under Trump’s leadership — has delivered to everyday working-class American people more gains than they’ve seen in a lifetime.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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