Mitt Romney will cry himself to sleep after getting smacked with the worst news of his career
Since getting elected to the Senate in 2018, Mitt Romney has been a constant thorn in the side of President Trump.
This is despite him counting on Trump’s support to win his Senate seat in the first place.
But now Mitt Romney will cry himself to sleep after getting smacked with the worst news of his career.
For his entire career, Mitt Romney has been a liberal.
While Governor of Massachusetts, he implemented the healthcare law that was the framework for ObamaCare, along with radical gun control legislation, and supporting a pro-abortion agenda.
It wasn’t until he chose to run for President that he flip-flopped on all those issues.
He tried to paint himself as a conservative, and ended up getting the Republican nomination in 2012.
But up against Barack Obama, who modeled his top issue, ObamaCare, on what Romney did as Governor, he had no chance and lost in a humiliating fashion.
After his loss, then-businessman Donald Trump mocked Romney mercilessly for his failure.
And when Trump announced his campaign for President in 2016, Romney was one of his most vocal enemies.
Romney attacked Trump as a racist, even claiming that he was a sympathizer for the Ku Klux Klan.
But despite his vocal opposition, and public declaration that he did not vote for Trump, Romney quickly began begging Trump for his support for his 2018 Senate bid in Utah.
In a decision that dumbfounded many of his supporters, Trump chose to endorse Romney, which was a gesture that the Senate candidate touted in his campaign.
Unsurprisingly, it didn’t take long after his victory for Romney to stab Trump in the back.
Romney began backing Robert Mueller’s phony investigation into Trump, and speaking against the President’s agenda.
But Romney’s biggest betrayal came last week when the Utah Senator voted to allow more witnesses in the phony impeachment hoax, hoping to allow it to go on for even longer.
This move didn’t sit well with Trump supporters, and brought about strong condemnation.
Perhaps the biggest hit for Romney came from Matt Schlapp, the chairman of the American Conservative Union, which puts on the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Despite Romney previously speaking at the conference, Schlapp made clear that Romney is not invited back, formally declaring he is not invited to the conference occurring later this month.
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) January 31, 2020
CPAC is largely the “who’s who” of the conservative movement, and the Republican Party as a whole.
Being condemned in this fashion is a clear sign that his political career is over.