Mitt Romney’s Niece, A GOP Official, Attacks Him Over Attacks on President

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 3, 2019

The kikesucker Mitt Romney can’t even convince his own family members to get down on their knees with him and suck Jewish cock.

His fat pork dumpling of a niece is attacking him over his attacks on the PRESIDENT.


Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on Thursday insisted there were no hard feelings between her and her uncle, Sen.-elect Mitt Romney, after Romney’s blistering criticism of the president put the two family members publicly at odds.

In an op-ed published Tuesday night by The Washington Post, Romney savaged Trump’s leadership and wrote that the president “has not risen to the mantle of the office.” McDaniel, in response, wrote on Twitter that “for an incoming Republican freshman senator to attack @realdonaldtrump as their first act feeds into what the Democrats and media want and is disappointing and unproductive.”

I think “treason” is a more appropriate word than “unproductive,” ye bulbous sow.

In an interview on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends,” McDaniel argued again that infighting within the GOP was wasted energy that could be better spent opposing congressional Democrats as a new era of divided government begins. But she said Romney understood that her tweet the previous day that knocked her uncle’s scathing editorial was simply part of her job.

“I love my uncle. My tweet yesterday had nothing to do with family,” she said. “I would have done this to any freshman incoming senator and I would have said, ‘Hey, let’s focus on the real issues here which are the Democrats that are proposing dangerous policies for our country.’”

McDaniel confirmed that her uncle gave her a heads about the op-ed and said Romney also reached out to her following her response on Twitter.

“He sent me a note. Our family fights, I mean, not fights, but we’ve had disagreements about politics for a long time. This is part of our family. He said you have got to do what have you got to do. He understands,” she told Fox News’s Steve Doocey.

McDaniel, who dropped her maiden name of Romney after becoming chairwoman of the RNC in 2016, urged unity, portraying the family drama as necessary for the good of the party.

“The reality is I acted as party chair, he’s going to act as senator,” McDaniel said. “I’m going to say to anybody in our party, our voters want you to support our president.”

The bitch needs to be fired for being related to this kikesucking shill traitor Romney.

Blood is always thicker than water, and people with bad blood are bad people.

Everyone thought it was a brilliant idea, for instance, to allow Darth Vader’s son to join the rebel alliance, but as we found out recently, Luke Skywalker turned out to be a depressive failure and somehow allowed the entirety of the New Republic to be totally taken over by the Empire again in a matter of a few short years, and instead of fighting them, just went and lived on a remote planet and sucked milk straight from some gross creature.

If Mitt succeeds in bringing down America and turning everything over to his Jewish masters, you can guarantee Ronna is going to flee to some remote area and drink weird milk.

I will double down on that bet.

More importantly, however, the bitch needs to be fired for being a woman, and for being fat.

And when I say “fat” I’m not talking about Laura Southern circa 2016 fat. I’m talking about this bitch’s head looks like a nipple on a gigantic silicon breast.

If we will accept this level of total lack of respect for one’s own body in a public official, what will we not accept?

Republicans rattle on about “values and principles” for eternity, yet somehow the principles that they hold sacred are things that everyone else hates, such as endless war for Jews and infinity brown immigration. And they would never consider including in their platform the one principle that virtually all men agree on, which is “no fat chicks.”

If I was going to start a political party, my first principle would be “no fat chicks.” Everything else would stem from that core value.