Earlier today, Mitt Romney delivered a speech attacking Donald Trump as a dangerous phony and urging voters to support any of the other Republican candidates in an effort to prevent Trump from winning the GOP nomination.
Predictably, the speech is not sitting well with extremist anti-immigration activist William Gheen of ALIPAC, who endorsed Trump earlier this week. Gheen was so outraged that he fired off a press release accusing Romney of symbolically invoking "the name of [Ronald] Reagan's would-be assassin" in his attack on Trump.
You see, Romney delivered his speech at the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics, which was named after "20th century pioneer, a philanthropist, an entrepreneur" Robert H. Hinckley.
"Hinckley" also happens to be the last name of John Hinckley, Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 ... and to Gheen, the fact that Romney delivered his speech at the Hinckley Institute was an attempt to "symbolically insert the name of Reagan's would-be assassin" into his attack on Trump while standing in front of "a blood red field most similar to the flags of communist nations":
"Romney is wrong to attack Trump supporters, and his decision to visually and symbolically insert the name of Reagan's would-be assassin, the western hemisphere of the Globe, and the color of blood into his attacks on Donald Trump and millions of Trump supporters are completely reprehensible," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "We encourage Donald Trump to increase his security detail immediately and for all Americans to prepare themselves for what may follow Romney's menacing attempt to foreshadow violence and increased divisiveness within the GOP that benefits the establishment and Hillary Clinton."
ALIPAC takes issue with Romney's efforts to further escalate destructive conflicts and mudslinging in a GOP primary race that is increasing the chances that Hillary Clinton will win.
ALIPAC also contends that Romney should have called for civility and unity and appeared in front of an image of the USA instead of an image of Canada, Mexico, Brazil, along with Central and South America on a blood red field most similar to the flags of communist nations.
"It is not Donald Trump who is increasing Hillary's chances of winning, it is the refusal of establishment Republicans like Romney and Rubio to defer power to the people who have made Trump the front runner! By adding further unsubstantiated and juvenile insults to this race and by even considering launching an independent candidate, the sellout establishment Republicans are signalling they are willing to throw the race to Hillary, which will be the result if we do not take steps to call for civility and unity immediately! I believe it is time for us to unify behind the clear front runner Donald Trump." said William Gheen.
The video feed of Mitt Romney's press conference today shows the University of Utah's "Hinckley Institute" name and a logo representing the western hemisphere of the Earth where most of America's illegal immigrant population is being imported from. The name Hinckley and this Globalist symbol appear on a blood red background thus symbolically combining the color of blood, with an assassin's name, with a plan for global economic unions.
The globalist symbol behind Romney is very similar to symbols that appeared on the logos for the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), The Total Information Awareness (TIA) program that Congress canceled funding for, and the mysterious tracking hologram that once appeared on NC Driver licenses a few years ago.