The political repercussions from Mitt Romney betraying Donald Trump on impeachment are still being felt.
Now Romney’s act of treachery is spilling over into boosting the Democrat Presidential candidates.
And Mitt Romney helped this top Trump challenger. See why it’s bad news.
Michael Bloomberg’s political ads are everywhere.
The millionaire is spending countless amounts of his own money on advertisements attacking President Trump in whatever way he can.
These ads run everywhere from TV to Snapchat.
Multiple sources confirm that Bloomberg has spent well over the amount in one quarter on advertisements than all his political opponents combined.
He has even spent more on advertisements than Donald Trump.
And his latest ads are a vicious attack on the President following the left’s impeachment hoax. And the ads feature none other than RINO Mitt Romney.
Romney shocked the nation when his vote was announced in the Senate impeachment trial.
While the Republican Party had never been more unified, Romney betrayed them and the President by siding with the extreme left and voting to remove the President from office under the “abuse of power” article.
Romney’s betrayal was not enough to remove Trump from office, but it did have repercussions.
And one of those repercussions was giving opponents, like Bloomberg, cannon fodder to use in the 2020 campaign.
Fox News reports:
Bloomberg’s latest digital ad features a mashup of clips of Romney speaking on the Senate floor explaining his cross-party vote to convict the president, including Romney’s assertion that Trump’s Ukraine dealings were corrupted with “personal and political” motives.
“The president was wrong. Vote him out,” the advertisement concludes.
Bloomberg’s ad is set to run on as many platforms as it can, including Facebook, YouTube, and Google. This move is intended for targeting moderate viewers and turning them towards the Democratic Party.
Bloomberg’s latest ad is part of his record-breaking spending spree, which according to Ad Analytics has topped $300 million. Last week, Bloomberg authorized his advisors to double his television ad spending following the muddled results out of the Iowa caucuses.
At a campaign event last night in Oklahoma City, Bloomberg joked about his ad spending when he asked attendees if they’ve heard his campaign slogan.
“If you haven’t heard it, we spend enough money on ads, I don’t know why,” Bloomberg said.
Bloomberg continues to slam both the President and the Republican Party, calling the latter cowards for not removing the innocent President from office.
In a statement on the Senate acquittal vote, Bloomberg slammed Romney’s GOP colleagues, saying, “I have no doubt that historians will ultimately convict this president, along with the Republicans who lack the courage to do it themselves.”
But it is history that will show that Donald Trump is one of the strongest leaders this country, and the world, have ever seen.
He has accomplished more in his first term as President than most hope to achieve in a lifetime.