Mitt Romney Hits President Trump on ‘QAnon’, Compares Supporters of Anti-Child Abuse Movement to ANTIFA

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) is angry that President Donald Trump refused to denounce the QAnon movement during an incredibly biased townhall debate that aired Thursday night on NBC News.

“I know nothing about QAnon,” Trump said to hostile far-left moderator Savannah Guthrie.

“I just told you,” Guthrie snapped back.

“What you tell me doesn’t necessarily make it fact,” Trump responded.

Romney expected Trump to grovel to the fake news like he would have done if he were in the same situation. Romney is mad that Trump does not repeat the same behavior that led to the Mormon moderate losing to Barack Hussein Obama in embarrassing fashion back in 2012.

“The President’s unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory last night continues an alarming pattern: politicians and parties refuse to forcefully and convincingly repudiate groups like antifa, white supremacists, and conspiracy peddlers,” Romney wrote in an official statement.

“Similarly troubling is their silence regarding anti-vaxxers, militias, and anarchists,” he added.

Romney is demonizing so-called antivaxxers, militia patriots, and conspiracy theorists to paint himself as a centrist who will call out the radicals on both sides. By engaging in this ploy, he gives harbor to the extreme Left at war with the Bill of Rights and Constitution by painting their opponents with the same broad brush.

“Rather than expel the rabid fringes and the extremes, they have coddled or adopted them, eagerly trading their principles for the hope of electoral victories. As the parties rush down a rabbit hole, they may be opening a door to a political movement that could eventually eclipse them both,” Romney said.

Romney’s full statement can be seen here:

After ignoring the QAnon movement for years, the fake news media and Democrats have made QAnon into a political football during election season. Ignoring Jeffrey Epstein’s pedo ring and mysterious death in prison, they claim QAnon adherents circulate conspiracy theories about pedo rings and fail to acknowledge that many members of the power elite did in fact attend his illicit sex parties.

Trump has consistently refused to throw QAnon supporters under the bus on the campaign trail, as the president innately understands that the movement against child sex trafficking is on the right side of history.

“I don’t know much about the movement other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate,” Trump said in August of QAnon.

“I have heard that it’s gaining in popularity,” Trump said. “I’ve heard these are people that love our country.”

The QAnon movement has President Trump’s back while Mitt Romney would have preferred Hillary Clinton get elected president in 2016. Romney should just change his affiliation to Democrat and get it over with at this point.