Rush Limbaugh Just Savaged Mitt Romney and His ‘First Cousin’ Carlos Danger

Limbaugh weighed in on the goofy controversy involving a secret Twitter account

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What was Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) thinking, admitting to having a “secret” Twitter account?

He probably never thought anyone could figure it out.

In truth, it took the folks over at Slate Magazine about one hour to find him — and when the news went public, Romney looked like an even bigger fool than usual, in my opinion.

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Romney used his secret account under the name “Pierre Delecto” to troll his critics as a passive-aggressive move and slam President Donald Trump.

Limbaugh weighed in on the goofy controversy — and pretty much drove the final nail in “Pierre’s coffin” when he compared the bumbling Romney to another infamous fool with an alter ego.

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That would be none other than “Carlos Danger,” or Anthony Wiener — the convicted sex offender and friend of Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Rush said Mitt Romney is the “first cousin” of Carlos Danger.

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He added that Mitt wants to be “liked” so badly, he is now siding with the very people who destroyed him back in 2012.

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