No one asked, but Senate candidate and former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who wanted to kill Big Bird, kept women in binders, and once drove with the family dog on the roof of the car, has weighed in on President Trump’s suggestion that the (fake) news media is the enemy of the people, saying in a blog post that he “cannot conceive of thinking or saying that the media or any responsible news organization is an enemy.”
Oh, Mitt. We fought for you, man.
Really, Mitt? Did you learn nothing from 2012? https://t.co/VKE7RN0FbA
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) November 1, 2018
Candy Crowley says “Hey”.
— 100 Proof (@ChampionCapua) November 2, 2018
Why yes, for instance, Candy Crowley a fine journalist whose intentions I would never impugn!
— moistlotus (@moistlotus) November 1, 2018
My God. Candy Crowley. Martha Radditz. In consecutive debates they destroyed your lead and your campaign. This is embarrassing.
— Cville-ian (@Lalvahoo) November 1, 2018
Says the guy who lost a presidential debate in no small measure because Candy Crowley, the CNN moderator, interjected herself into the debate & falsely claimed Romney was wrong.
— Americanophile (@Americanophile) November 2, 2018
I can't imagine losing a presidential debate because I was too polite and effete to correct the moderator.
— Peg Leg Joe (@alphabaker7) November 1, 2018
"But what about your gaffes!!"
— Elizabeth Scalia (@TheAnchoress) November 1, 2018
Even though the media destroyed him in 2012 election
— Tom Snider (@TommySniderSA) November 1, 2018
Does Mitt feel guilt over the high school haircut or the binders?
— Sandy appreciates you! (@RightGlockMom) November 1, 2018
The media made sure we knew he put his dog on the roof of his car. MACACA!
— Jim Breed (@BreedJim) November 1, 2018
Didn’t this guy kill someone with cancer?
— DevilsAdvocate (@rgorman33) November 1, 2018
Romney was labeled a crazed animal abusing barber. Literally Sweeney Todd for dogs.
— ?Gillian Murdoch? (@GMurdochR) November 1, 2018
Honestly, we just Googled “Mitt Romney dog car” and instantly found stories from the Washington Post, the New York Times, NPR, the New York Daily News, TIME (“Romney’s Cruel Canine Vacation”), the Toronto Star, Slate, the Huffington Post, Forbes, The Hill, ABC News (“Dog on Roof? What Was It Like for Romney’s Pooch?”), the Daily Beast, the Boston Globe (“What Our Fascination About Mitt Romney’s Dog Says About Our Culture”), the Seattle Times, the Christian Science Monitor, Jezebel, the Texas Observer (“Romney’s Dog Story Will Make You Hit the Roof”), the Daily Mail …
If the lessons of Harry Reid's tax claim, Seamus on the roof, binders full of women, Joe Soptic's wife, and "moderator" Candy Crowley can't educate him, then nothing ever will………..
— djm1992 (@djm1992a) November 1, 2018
Mitt, Mitt, Mitt…
— John Foley ⚾ (@johnnycowbell) November 1, 2018
The media certainly had no problem saying that he was an enemy. And he didn't defend himself which is why we have Trump, who meets media fire with fire.
— Beto Bower (@bowerh) November 1, 2018
"If you can't beat 'em, join 'em."
— Kevin Eric Snell ☹ (@KevEnoch) November 2, 2018
Romney acts like an abused spouse. "He said he's sorry, and he won't do it again. He promised me." Then they do it again.
— First to Fire #MAGA #Constitution (@rabid_sanity) November 2, 2018
Must be some form of Stockholm syndrome.
— Blake (@blake_cacon) November 1, 2018
Stockholm Syndrome. It's going be a long 6 years of public humiliation for the state of Utah.
— Reason Not Liberalism (@deaddavosman) November 2, 2018
That's literally like Admiral Husband Kimmel, on December 8, 1941, while the wreckage of the Pacific Fleet is still smoking, saying "I just can't imagine the Japanese are aggressive."
— Edmund Burke (@edmundpburke) November 1, 2018
Mitt learned absolutely nothing more than how to assume the posture.
— Corwin Slack (@corwinslack) November 2, 2018
Romney's a man of principle. If you don't like it, he's got others.
— Robert Teasley (@RobTeasley) November 2, 2018
He's GOPe. That means he's constantly in surrender mode. He'll never get out of it.
— Chris Alexander (@cmalex79) November 1, 2018
Oh, how we fought for you.
‘We are not the enemy’: CNN’s Jim Acosta makes it clear that we’re all Americans on the same team https://t.co/P3vmgd0QXT
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 30, 2018