Newly Elected Head of GOP is Posting Some Seriously Perverted and Messed Up Things on Twitter

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Donald Trump is not alone — there’s another Republican whose foul mouth is embarrassing the party.

Robert Morrow, the new chairman of the Travis County Republican Party — who won the position on Super Tuesday — has shocked and outraged the GOP leadership in Texas with vile, inflammatory, offensive and just plain bizarre social media statements.

So far this week, he’s tweeted statements about Bill Clinton’s penis and called the former president a “serial rapist.”

He also posed a degrading and pornographic hypothetical question about Hillary Clinton’s ability to deliver oral sex.

The tweet was linked, of course, to the Amazon page for a book he co-wrote about the Clintons with another beyond-the-pale and marginalized GOP operative, Roger Stone.

Sometimes he turns to Facebook to share his low-brow observations — like the time he asked if ISIS was a greater threat to the U.S. than the personal odor of Hillary Clinton.

Here are some of the man’s other notable and eloquent tweets:

He’s also taken to social media to ask whether she has a “small, medium, large or horse-sized” penis.

“The people have spoken,” the trash-tongued Morrow told the Texas Tribune after he captured 54% of the vote in Travis County.

An avowed conservative, Morrow came out of nowhere to win the seat in the fifth largest county in the state, which includes the liberal stronghold of Austin.

Morrow’s also not shy about sharing his favorite conspiracy theories.

He accused Rick Perry of being “a rampaging bisexual adulterer,” The Dallas Morning News reported.

He also said that the Bush family is made up of “criminals and should be in lockdown in a federal prison,” the paper said.

Morrow often shares his beliefs that Lyndon B. Johnson and the CIA killed John F. Kennedy.

And for those who think he’s a nutcase, Morrow has a typically in-your-face answer.

“Theories my ass. TRUTH that few others are too cowardly to tell,” he tweeted.

Morrow is also an advocate of using the N-word on Facebook — and he berated a Texas Tribune reporter who asked him about the racist slur without uttering the actual word.

“You are a perfect example of what the Trump movement is revolting against because you can’t even pronounce the word n—– when you are talking about a Facebook post,” Morrow told the reporter. “What a pathetic excuse for a reporter you are.”

Travis County vice chair Matt Mackowiak, also a Republican, went on the offensive as soon as it was clear Morrow had won the seat.

“We will explore every single option that exists, whether it be persuading him to resign, trying to force him to resign, constraining his power, removing his ability to spend money or resisting any attempt for him to access data or our social media account,” Mackowiak told the Texas Tribune, which first reported on Morrow’s history of jaw-dropping statements.

“I’m treating this as a coup and as a hostile takeover,” Mackowiak said.

Morrow tweeted that all his haters could “go f— themselves.”

This article originally appeared on NY Daily News.