Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott just exposed longtime snake in the grass Mitt Romney who might as well just join the Democrats at this point, since he certainly sounds like them!
According to Scott, Romney, “has gone down the same path as the Democrats like Nancy Pelosi,” and certainly, “doesn’t speak for the Republican Party.”
That said, there have been a few RINOS like Romney to jump on board with the Dems in their impeachment inquiry against Trump.
Although the chances are slim to none that the Republican-led Senate would vote Trump out of office, Romney isn’t the only “Republican” swampman mad at Trump for his continual efforts to drain the swamp!
Here's the epic video of Sen. Scott ripping Romney for the RINO he is:
Breitbart has more to say about Rick Scott's demolishment of Mitt Romney:
Appearing Thursday on the Fox Business Channel’s Making Money, Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) ripped Sen. Mitt Romney’s (R-UT) for criticizing President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky by comparing him to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
Asked about Romney’s remarks, Scott said his colleague was behaving like Nancy Pelosi and the rest of her Democrat caucus and affirmed the Utah lawmaker’s staunch anti-Trump views don’t represent the official line of Senate Republicans.
“Senator Romney has gone down the same path as the Democrats like Nancy Pelosi,” Scott told Fox Business Channel’s Making Money host Charles Payne. “He thinks the worst of the president instead of the best, before he ever gets all the facts.”
“We have to go through the process to get the facts,” added the Florida lawmaker. “Senator Romney doesn’t speak for the Republican Party. He can have his own opinions, and he doesn’t speak for all Republican senators.”
Romney, who harbors the staunchest anti-Trump views among Republican senators, referred to the world leaders’ discussion as “troubling to the extreme” and said he supports further inquiry into the matter.
“My reaction was the same as (the one) I had a few days ago, which is — this remains deeply troubling,” Romney said during a Wednesday interview at The Atlantic Festival. “We’ll see where it leads, but the first reaction is troubling.”
Never Trumper Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) echoed Romney’s remarks regarding the call, saying: “This [is] going to take a long time but there’s obviously some very troubling things here.”
“There are real troubling things here. Republicans ought not just circle the wagons and Democrats ought not be using words like ‘impeach’ before they knew anything about the actual substance,” he added.
The Daily Wire also said:
Senator Romney has gone down the same path as the Democrats like Nancy Pelosi,” Scott said. “He thinks the worst of the president instead of the best, before he ever gets all the facts. We have to go through the process to get the facts. Senator Romney doesn’t speak for the Republican Party. He can have his own opinions, and he doesn’t speak for all Republican senators.”
“My reaction was the same as I had a view days ago, which is this remains deeply troubling and we’ll see where it leads. The first reaction is troubling,” Romney said in response to the released transcript of Trump’s phone call with Ukraine. “I don’t know if I’d focus so much on the quid pro quo element as perhaps some do. I’ve said this in my first reaction, if the President of the United States asks or presses the leader of a foreign country to carry out an investigation of a political nature, that’s troubling. Clearly, if there were a quid pro quo that would take it to an entirely more extreme level.”
Sen. Romney’s anti-Trump rhetoric has been steadily consistent throughout the former real estate mogul’s tenure as president, beginning with the scathing op-ed he penned for the Washington Post earlier this year in which he said that President Trump had not risen to the level of his office.