The 2020 election is in the books.
And Republicans are focusing on 2024.
Now Mitt Romney put this plan in motion to steal the Republican Party back from Donald Trump.
But 2024 promises to be one of the most wide open Republican presidential primaries in history.
As many as 30 candidates may enter the race.
Each faction of the Republican Party is jockeying for a position in a post-Trump GOP.
And while Mitt Romney will not be a candidate in 2024 –both of his 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns ended in humiliating defeats – Romney is positioning himself as the voice of the establishment Republicans looking for a return to the pre-Trump status quo.
In an interview with fake news CNN, Romney claimed Trump alienated women, young voters and minorities.
“I think our party is in trouble with young people, increasingly with older people, with minorities. And those young people we were in trouble with five years ago are now voting, and so we’ve got some real work to do,” Romney falsely claimed.
Polls showed Donald Trump attracted historically large numbers of votes from black men and Hispanic voters.
And Romney claimed the GOP needed to reinvent itself as a liberal party that resembled the Democrats’ positions on social issues and amnesty for illegal aliens by resurrecting the mothballed GOP autopsy report the Republican National Committee authored after Romney’s embarrassing defeat in the 2012 election.
“I look at my race back in 2012 and there was a postmortem done about what we would do to get our party back in line with more of our voters,” Romney added. “And we haven’t taken that direction.”
The autopsy report – written by establishment RINOs – recommended the GOP adopt the radical homosexual agenda and downplay its commitment to protect the unborn from the horror of abortion by deemphasizing social issues.
In the report, the authors recommended only one policy proposal – amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.
But amnesty is not a silver bullet to win Hispanic votes.
Contrary to the popular myth in the fake news media, amnesty does not motivate large swaths of Hispanic voters.
In 1986 Ronald Reagan granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
And in the 1988 Presidential Election, Hispanic support for the Republican ticket declined from 1984.
Donald Trump showed Republicans can win over Hispanic voters with a strong message on the economy, law and order and traditional values.
But Mitt Romney and his liberal, Never Trump allies just care about re-establishing the donor class priorities of open borders, globalist trade deals and endless wars front and center of the Republican Party agenda even though this version of Bush/McCain/Romney Republicanism has been repeatedly repudiated at the ballot box.
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