Is George Romney Behind the Chicago Riot Against Trump? It is beginning to look that way. Stuart Stevens, former Romney senior adviser, on CNN called out Trump for running a George Wallace campaign to win over angry whites. Back on November 19, Stevens said he didn’t think GOP front-runner Donald Trump would be around as a candidate on the night of the Iowa caucuses. Does that mean he is hinting that, somehow, Trump will be “eliminated” or assassinated?
The Chicago riot gang consisted of an estimated 10,000 people, carrying banners and other items that had to cost a good deal of money. They were also well organized, which indicates that there was money behind them – the kind of money that only people like Romney has.
How desperate can Romney be to get the Republican nomination for president. How low can his man, Stuart Stevens, be to insinuate that the riot is Trump’s fault. Let’s hope that people like Stevens are caught and prosecuted for inciting public disorder and riots with their false allegations.
In addition to working to get Romney nominated a second time, Stevens has a long-time score to settle with Trump, because, in August 2013, Trump advised Christie not to use Stevens.
Trump slammed the Stevens for Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign back then and warned Chris Christie against working with him. “I don’t know Stuart Stevens from a hole in the wall. I don’t know what he looks like. But I will say this, whoever ran that campaign, that is not the person I would want running my campaign if I were running,” Trump told Greta Van Susteren on Fox News.