​Rick Santorum Lashes Out At News Reporters

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March 26, 2012

Rick Santorum lashes out at news reporters with profanity to criticize the media as he accused them of “distorting” his words.

On Sunday a disturbed Rick Santorum called Mitt Romney “the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama,” even though it appears that the once Governor of Massachusetts is on track to win the party’s nomination.

The former US Senator stated to voters that Mitt Romney is “uniquely disqualified” to be the GOP’s presidential choice as he attempted to compel his supporters to have faith in him even though it is progressively inconceivable that he receives the nomination. Santorum stated “the race isn’t over until the people of Wisconsin sing,” as he pleaded with them give his campaign a chance to deflect Romney.

“Pick any other Republican in the country. He is the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama,” Santorum said at an evening rally near Racine.

He later attempted to clear up that he was only speaking about Mitt’s ability to campaign in opposition to the national health care law endorsed by Barak Obama and the Democrats. However, his temper illuminated as he was provoked by reporters.

“On the issue of health care. That’s what I was talking about, and I was very clear about talking about that. OK?” Santorum told reporters who asked him about the scathing criticism. “Come on, guys, don’t do this. I mean, you guys are incredible. I was talking about Obamacare, and he is the worst because he was the author of Romneycare.”

When pressed by The New York Times reporter, Santorum said: “Quit distorting my words. It’s bulls—.”