Mitt Romney will cry himself to sleep after one poll changed his life forever
Mitt Romney may be the biggest loser ever to serve in the U.S. Senate.
Since getting in, he has done everything to anger the very people who elected him.
And now he will cry himself to sleep after one poll changed his life forever.
After counting on President Donald Trump’s endorsement to get elected, “Republican” Sen. Mitt Romney has done everything he can to betray him and his constituents, who overwhelmingly support for Trump.
Since early 2019, when he took office, he has infuriated Trump supporters with his near constant attacks on the President.
But he took things further than anybody ever expected by voting along with Democrats to impeach President Donald Trump following the fake scandal surrounding Trump’s call with Ukraine’s President.
At the time, Romney defended his vote by stating, “The president is guilty of an appalling abuse of public trust.
What he did was not perfect. No, it was a flagrant assault under electoral rights, our national security, and our fundamental values.”
But as it turns out, Republicans aren’t buying his defense, but Democrats are.
A new poll from Gallup shows that 56 percent of Democrats now hold favorable views of Romney, with only 23 percent of Republicans feeling the same way.
That means that Democrats approve of Mitt Romney more than Republicans.
And it gets even worse for Romney when you consider that his approval rating is up 19 points among Democrats, while it has fallen 22 points among Republicans in the last year.
He clearly made a big mistake in siding with the Democrats in their fake impeachment scam.
And it will almost certainly mean that his political career is over, with there being little chance that he will ever win re-election.
Following his betrayal, Utah voters clearly were infuriated.
An effort to recall the Senator was launched, with Utah State Rep. Tim Quinn of Heber City introducing a bill to create the process to recall a Senator, which doesn’t yet exist in the state.
While there has been little movement on the push to create a recall process since, if Romney continues to anger his own voters that very well could change.
President Donald Trump also seemingly showed his support for the idea, re-posting an article advocating for the position earlier this year.