RINO Mitt Romney double crosses Biden in a shocking betrayal

Romney hitched his wagon to Biden long ago. But now he’s delivering an unexpected wake-up call.

And now RINO Mitt Romney double crossed Biden in a shocking betrayal.

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said Wednesday that President Biden made a tactical error by not pardoning former President Donald Trump.

“He should have fought like crazy to keep this prosecution from going forward,” Romney said to MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle.

“It was a win-win for Donald Trump.”

While the President of the United States can only pardon in federal cases, Romney claimed that Biden “made an enormous error” in neither pardoning his predecessor or forcing New York prosecutors to drop their hush money investigation against Trump.

Romney claimed Biden squandered an opportunity to unite the country behind him.

“You may disagree with this, but had I been President Biden, when the Justice Department brought on indictments, I would have immediately pardoned him,” he stated.

“I’d have pardoned President Trump. Why? Well, because it makes me, President Biden, the big guy and the person I pardoned a little guy.”

Obviously, Romney missed the irony of calling Biden the “big guy” with allegations swirling that Joe benefitted from bribes sent through his son, Hunter.

Romney contended that there was a political precedent for such a move during Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidency.

“I have been around for a while. If LBJ had been president, and he didn’t want something like this to happen, he’d have been all over that prosecutor saying, ‘You better not bring that forward, or I’m gonna drive you out of office,’” Romney argued.

Allies of former President Trump have criticized the continuing NY v. Trump trial as a “sham” orchestrated by Democrats ahead of the 2024 election.

Romney described the behavior of his fellow Republicans as an “enormous mistake.”

“I think it’s a terrible fault for our country to see people attacking our legal system — that’s an enormous mistake,” Romney remarked when asked about the political show.

“I think it’s also demeaning for people to quite apparently try and run for vice president by donning a red tie and standing outside the courthouse. It’s just — I’d have felt awkward.”

Romney likes to pontificate from his high horse, as if he’s never done anything demeaning.

Did you forget about when he offered a $10,000 bet live on TV? We didn’t.

How out of touch and demeaning to the average working class American can you get?

Maybe he should fade away into obscurity instead of lecturing others about decency.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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