Willard began this interview by acknowledging the protests over police brutality as "laudable" which was surprisingly nice of him. But soon after Brian Kilmeade asked the two-time loser his opinion on the indictment of the six police officers involved in the Freddie Gray homicide, he derided the Mayor of Baltimore for not standing by others who are also in a position of authority.
Naturally, the conversation gravitated to the single parent household. Mittens mentioned the two parent household, albeit last in his tirade about life as a poor person. He is more than qualified to know about poverty as he and Ann were slumming it up in college, living off of stock options.
Willard Romney was asked his opinion of the recent speech regarding mass incarceration by Hillary Clinton. She claimed it was time to end the era of mass incarceration.
"What is she referring to? We don't have mass incarcerations in America. Individuals are brought before tribunals and they have council, they're given certain rights. Are we not going to lock people up who commit crimes? Is that what she was suggesting? Thought it was a very inappropriate thing for her to do, and I think it was political in nature to try to get more support from the African-American community and I think it was a big mistake on her part and simply wrong."
Was it like the time you did this Willard?
So the justice system is on equal par for your Wall Street buddies as it is for a poor black person in an inner city? Equal representation, is that what you're suggesting, Romney? No mass incarcerations here, just the largest prison population on earth. Moving along...
Kilmeade said he talked to Ann and concluded that there's no way there's going to be another run. Willard was pleased that so many people said they should run again...
We looked at it for 2 or 3 weeks, and concluded, it looks likes it's time for someone new to come along. Whether that's Jeb (so new), Chris Christie, or Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, we've got a lot of people that will be new faces. (not saying they're qualified, just new).
Hillary, Willard concludes, doesn't want to get out in front of the American people because of her disastrous last few years. Naturally, he wants the GOP to be united in their front against Hillary Clinton (no word of the very viable Bernie Sanders) instead of jockeying for the nomination. He claims she's too secretive, this claim made after he refused to release more than 2 years of his tax returns. That's odd.
Kilmeade conducted the interview from his training camp in Utah (where else?) where the ex-nominee is gearing up for his fight on October 15th vs. Evander Holyfield, for charity. Then, Kilmeade dropped his brilliant assessment on the rest of the couch 'personalities.'
He thinks that Romney "has a thing for Rubio." His sitdown with Jebby convinced Mittens to go in another direction. I believe Rubio is the only candidate that flirted with the LDS cult, so that makes sense. Willard still believes in the White Horse Prophecy.