Mitt Rmoney’s Remarks on Trump and IS

I absolutely despised Mitt Romney ever since I heard he was running in 2011. I openly supported Obama over him, though I didn’t vote. Romney was a bought finance-capitalist platitudinous robot who had a history of flip-flops, held positions no better than Obama, was unelectable, and had money in Bermuda, Switzerland, etc. Rubio’s act is much like that of a Cuban boy. Romney’s was literally robotic and totally inhuman. He was completely horrible and was incapable of making America great again. Naturally, this dogshit of a person went on to openly condemn a man whose endorsement he begged for back in 2012. Even though Donald J. Trump, the only man who can even remotely save the nation, won Rmoney’s home state on Super Tuesday with 49% of the vote-the highest support for the Donald yet seen in the nation- Rmoney still proceeded to smear Donald J. Trump, champion of the common man, with these blatant lies:

What he said on “60 Minutes” about Syria and ISIS has to go down as the most ridiculous and dangerous idea of the campaign season: Let ISIS take out Assad, he said, and then we can pick up the remnants. Think about that: Let the most dangerous terror organization the world has ever known take over a country? This is recklessness in the extreme.

-“We are fighting ISIS. And Assad is our enemy.” Trump’s words here were ambiguous. He didn’t actually say that, but did show agreement with the interviewer’s presentation of that sentiment. What he actually said was “Why aren’t we letting ISIS go and fight Assad and then we pick up the remnants?” The problem is, the full episode of 60 minutes Romney is talking about is not even available online for us to grasp the full context of what is Trump talking about.

1. Trump does not want the U.S. to get involved in anti-IS combat in Syria until the U.S. could build a new, non-Assad government there.

2. But, if Russia wants to prop up the Assad government, it can do that as well.

Author: pithom

An atheist with an interest in the history of the ancient Near East. Author of the Against Jebel al-Lawz Wordpress blog.

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