There is a chasm-like divide brewing in America that will shift the partisan plight into a whole new realm of politic dissonance.
This coming divide will not occur purely down the tired and predictable fault lines of the republican and democratic parties, but, instead, will follow the disparity between those who believe in freedom, and those who would mitigate liberty in order to preserve emotions. It will be those who subscribe to overt political correctness against those who strive for pure correctness, with reality playing a vital role in how each side perceives each other.
Those interested in reality will find themselves siding with President Donald Trump – a non-politician who, in breaking the rules of Washington D.C. has ushered in an era of unprecedented economic security while rattling the resistance rats of the Beltway in the process.
In the opposite corner will be those who ascribe to the status quo of collecting massive donations from special interest groups and lobbyists in order to maintain their power and wealth. This filthy money corrupts, and even those who profess to be conservative have been swayed into believing some of the more absurd portends of progressivism and political correctness.
More often than not, these tyrannical snakes in the lawn of liberty will maintain the (R) next to their name as an homage to their special interest lean, but, make no mistake about it, they are not in league with our President.
One such covert conman is Mitt Romney – a former presidential candidate himself – who has been an avowed anti-Trump voice in the shill-filled deep end of the Deep State pool. Now, it looks as though the barely-republican politician is eyeing a return to the main stage.
“Romney teased in a tweet on February 1 that he will announce his campaign to run for the U.S. Senate seat in Utah Senate on February 15.
“The Atlantic reported last week that the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) would like to make Romney the next chairman of the organization should Romney replace the outgoing Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT).
“NRSC chairman Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) revealed to a donor that he and the Senate GOP leadership ‘liked Romney’ as a potential candidate for the NRSC chairmanship.
“The Republican donor said, ‘It made perfect sense to me. He’s got the stature and a virtually unmatched fundraising base to draw upon. And he’s running because he wants a national platform to help the party anyway.’”
Among Romney’s fanbase are men like Jeb Bush; the doting and dimwitted brother of George W. Bush, who was often seen meandering about the stage in town hall-style campaign appearances in 2016, looking more confused than capable.
Romney’s potential tenure on Capitol Hill seems like a logical step for the outspoken opponent of the President, with an insurgent 2020 run certainly not out of the question for these RINO republicans.