Romney Girl Issues Statement on Trump's Taxes

  • Posted on March 03, 2016
  • by Staff

Mitt Romney just gave an address on the state of the 2016 presidential race at the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah. Romney insiders say that the speech will be heavily targeting Donald Trump over his refusal to release his tax returns which, Mitt Romney says, have “hidden bombshells” in them. Last week, Mitt tweeted about his 2012 campaign and how the public demanded he release his tax returns. Those same tax returns were partially responsible for ending Mitt’s campaign when voters became aware of his tax evasion and use of bank accounts in Switzerland.

In response to Romney's demand that Donald Trump release his taxes, Romney Girl, Mitt’s Swiss Mistress who starred in a 2012 ad produced by the Agenda Project Action Fund has come forth with a statement:

“Mitt is the authority on tax evasion! If he thinks Donny has something to hide, then we should trust him. I would not be surprised if my Mitty and Donny have more in common than firing people. It is so typical of the liberal media to make tax evasion look like a bad thing! Isn't my Mitt so adorable protecting the GOP establishment and helping expose me to more potential future boyfriends? You know what I always say, ‘I like my tax returns like my cheese, full of holes.'" - Miss Heidi Svenda Bernasconi aka Romney Girl.



In August 2012, the Agenda Project Action Fund released a music video called Romney Girl. Romney Girl – a tax-dodging Swiss Vixen named Ms. Heidi Svenda Bernasconi – is the secret source who came forward to confirm that presidential candidate Mitt Romney had not paid taxes in ten years.  
Later that month, Switzerland's Federal Department for Foreign Affairs (DFAE) publicly denounced Romney Girl's video, arguing that it gives "the impression that having a bank account in Switzerland is dubious in itself.”  The DFAE official also expressed concern that according to the video the only "aim" of having a Swiss Bank account is "to hide money from the tax authorities." Switzerland's Washington Embassy reportedly expressed its unhappiness with the Romney Girl video to the Obama Administration.