Gov. Sununu names 2 governors hated by the rest – uses foul language to describe them

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, considered by many to be a RINO, just took a stunning, un-RINO-like shot at two top Democrat figures.

Appearing at a Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute event last week, he said that “almost all of the governors get along” except for two outspoken Democrats. When asked to identify the two Democrats, Sununu unleashed.


“Yeah, Andrew Cuomo — complete jackass — no one likes him,” he said, referencing former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Reached for comment, Cuomo’s spokesperson hilariously told Fox News, “I’m glad they feel the same way about each other.”

Continuing his remarks at last week’s forum, Sununu then aimed his fire at California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

“And I’ve got to be honest, no one cares for Gavin. Gavin’s just a prick  — excuse me — he just is,” he said.

The governor added that he used to get along with his Democrat counterpart but doesn’t any longer. Moreover, the governor added, neither do Newsom’s own Democrat colleagues get along with him.

“[T]hey won’t tell you out loud, but behind closed doors, they’re like, ‘Oh, God, look who’s coming.’ You know, they all roll their eyes,”  he said.

Nice …

However, Sununu then quickly returned to his RINO ways by praising a number of some of the most radical Democrat governors in the country, starting with Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek, a lesbian.

“Tina is the governor of Oregon. There is absolutely nothing Tina and I probably agree with politically, but she’s a wonderful person. I think she’s really great,” he said.

Kotek is the same leftist whom billionaire Nike co-founder Phil Knight previously donated millions of dollars to prevent from becoming governor as per her far-left views.

Sununu also praised New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy.

“Phil Murphy and I get along great, we really do,” he said. “He’s got this amazing sense of humor. Again, I don’t think he does a great job as governor — he probably might say the same [for] me — that’s OK, but we have different approaches.”

“But we get along really, really well, and overall the governors really are a good team because we are [working] 24/7. There’s a shooting, there’s a flood, there’s a ‘whatever’ — my phone is going to ring,” he added.

Murphy is the same governor whose administration filed lawsuits against three school districts last year for implementing pro-parent policies.

The specific policies in question said that teachers/administrators must inform parents if their kids change their so-called “gender identity.”

Moving along, Sununu then took to trash-talking a number of prominent figures on the right in RINO fashion, starting with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, whom he called a “fool.”

“Is there any bill that she’s ever even [passed] — or [GOP Florida Rep.] Matt Gaetz?” he complained. “They do nothing, and they raise a ton of money off it, not just to get themselves re-elected, but for the showmanship of that extremism. But they actually don’t functionally do anything, you know, for the betterment of good governance and civics.”

What about Sununu running for Congress himself then? Sadly for his supporters, he poo-pooed the idea.

“I said, ‘Screw you, I don’t want to be part of this at all,'” he said, adding that many members of Congress refuse to address critical issues like entitlement reform.

“What’s going to happen in eight years — Social Security is going bankrupt,” he said. “That is a fact. And there was already a law in place that the Social Security benefits that some folks in this room might be waiting for are going to get cut. I think it’s 23 percent — like, that’s in law, that’s happening. Your benefits are being cut. Someone has to fix that, has to stop that.”

This is true.

Despite his fierce criticisms of Cuomo and Newsom, Sununu continues to face heat over his RINO ways.


Vivek Saxena


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