Utah Senator and former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney spoke out Tuesday about the “hate-filled” politics pushed on the nation by people such as Keith Olbermann and Nancy Pelosi, as well as the president.
The Utah Sen. posted his statement to Twitter to decry the state of today’s political climate.
“I have stayed quiet with the approach of the election,” Romney began his statement. “But I’m troubled by our politics, as it has moved away from spirited debate to a vile, vituperative, hate-filled morass that is unbecoming of any free nation – let alone the birthplace of modern democracy.”
My thoughts on the current state of our politics: pic.twitter.com/oYY4zlX6ZP
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) October 13, 2020
Romney did not constrain his criticism to liberals and began his lament by slapping the president for calling Biden and Harris “monsters.”
“The president calls the Democratic vice-presidential candidate ‘a monster.’ He