Politicians make their own beds, so I have no empathy for any of them when someone calls them out for their political shortcomings — which in recent years are too many to enumerate. That being said, as long as the confrontation can remain civil — unlike what far-left Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) wanted once her constituents to do to Trump supporters upon a time — and physicality doesn’t come into play, members of Congress aren’t above scrutiny. Somebody’s got to ask them tough questions since the radical media doesn’t have the stones to ever do so.
Flip-flopping Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) boarded a flight to Washington D.C. on Tuesday and received an unwelcome welcome from his fellow passengers.
Initially, a couple of people confronted Romney before the flight to question whether or not he would object to the Electoral College votes that determine the 2020 election. Once those exchanges passed and Romney was on-board the plane, multiple other passengers greeted him with a very specific chant.
“Traitor! Traitor! Traitor!” the passengers chanted after one passenger asked those on the plane what they think of Romney.
It’s actually pretty sad that it’s come to this. It’s sad that it’s come to the point where politicians — people who are supposed to set the example of what an American should be — are viewed as nothing more than charlatans.
Incidents like this begs the questions; Is being a politician still an honorable profession? Was it ever? And should it be used as a profession or a public service?