Former GOP donor: Doctors should have killed Trump when he was born

File this under “who needs friends like these.”  An article posted Sunday at Liberty Unyielding reports that Mike Fernandez, a health care billionaire and former GOP donor, trashed President Trump, saying he should never have been allowed to survive birth.  Worse yet, he said that if he were the doctor, he would have killed Trump rather than let him live.

Trump, he said, is an “abortion of a human being … If I was the doctor and knew what that baby [Trump] would do, I’d have made sure it never would have seen the light of day.”

Writing at the Daily Caller, Grace Carr noted:

Like many other GOP members, Fernandez joined the “Never-Trump” protests during the election, and put more than $3.5 million into anti-Trump ads in 2016. He also donated $3 million to former candidate Jeb Bush’s campaign.

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According to Politico:

“All the Republicans who hide behind the flag and hide behind the church, they don’t have the f—— balls to do what it takes,” Fernandez told POLITICO Florida in a telephone interview on Thursday.

Fernandez, a Miami-area resident, has long been a political rainmaker and donor, spending $3.5 million in ads against Trump in 2016 alone. He has, however, grown disenchanted with the direction of political leaders at both the state and federal level. He left the GOP due to Trump.

“I am out of the political process. Too disgusted, too expensive, too supportive of ego maniacs whose words have the value of quicksand,” he wrote in an email to a Republican fundraiser seeking political contributions.

That’s not all…  Politico added:

Fernandez, who is chairman of MBF Healthcare Partners, was also critical of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for following along with the Trump administration’s foreign policy agenda.

“Why give up your own thought process,” Fernandez said of Tillerson, who was the former ExxonMobil CEO before joining the Trump administration. “This is someone who rose through the ranks of corporate America and probably has more money than Trump does, because [Trump] does not have what he says he has.”

His derision was not exclusively aimed at Washington. He says there is also no one currently in Tallahassee that he can support. He briefly served as the finance chairman for Gov. Rick Scott’s re-election campaign, but left and sent an email blasting the “paranoia” of some of the consultants running the race.

Liberalism, as I first said in February 2011, is an ideology of rage and hate.  Sadly, the anti-Trump haters prove that bloodthirsty hatred isn’t confined to the insane left…

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