Mysterious Super PAC Linked to Rubio-Romney Promises to “Kill Off” Trump in South Carolina

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Former Romney deputy campaign manager and Rubio supporter Katie Packer

A mysterious Super PAC with links to Rubio and Romney promises to “kill off” Donald Trump in South Carolina.
DC Whispers reported:

This mysterious, Mitt-Romney-linked Super PAC is letting it be known they are prepared for all-out war to ensure Mr. Trump gets nowhere near the GOP nomination.

The name of the “anyone but Trump” multi-million dollar effort calls itself the, Our Principles PAC and is headed by former Mitt Romney deputy campaign manager, Katie Packer. One of Packer’s oft-repeated complaints against Donald Trump is that he is a RINO. That’s right, the former Deputy campaign manager for MITT ROMNEY, is now complaining that Donald Trump isn’t conservative enough.

Packer in turn is being supported by such GOP Establishment luminaries as John McCain, among others, to try and forge an ongoing, anti-Trump message that they hope will ultimately sway public opinion against the New York billionaire. Packer has also admitted she supports Marco Rubio, but says she is not affiliated with the Rubio campaign

…“If it bleeds we can kill it.”

And while Packer refuses to disclose who is financing the newly formed Super PAC that spent two million dollars in Iowa and is preparing to spend millions more in South Carolina for its anyone but Trump effort, given her close ties to certain wealthy GOP Establishment individuals, it isn’t difficult to guess…

Mitt Romney is expected to endorse Marco Rubio.

Packer’s Super Pac sent out dishonest flyers before the New Hampshire primary saying Donald Trump was anti-Second Amendment.
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Trump is a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment.

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