RINO Utah Senator Mitt Romney has been a close ally of Joe Biden and the Democrats.
And he’s been a consistent vote on everything from spending to impeachment of Donald Trump.
That’s why Joe Biden was left in tears after Mitt Romney made this announcement about his future.
Conservatives around the nation let out a resounding cheer when Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) recently announced he would not seek reelection.
A long and undistinguished career comes to an end
Romney had had a long, and as far as many conservatives would say, undistinguished political career, choosing the path of compromise, sell-out, and a moderate political philosophy.
He served as the Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007, where he passed what became known as “RomneyCare,” the precursor to ObamaCare.
His left-wing actions as Governor are considered by many Republicans in Massachusetts as the reason the GOP has all but disappeared there.
Romney continued this moderate-leftist behavior as the GOP’s nominee for President in 2008, ultimately losing the nomination battle to fellow RINO John McCain.
Then, in 2012, Romney ran again and gained the nomination after brutally, and many say illegally, shutting down Ron Paul’s delegates on the floor of the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa.
Due to his moderate positions and his treatment of Ron Paul and his supporters, Romney was crushed by Barack Obama in that election.
After re-establishing his residency in Utah, Romney announced his campaign for the U.S. Senate seat held by the retiring Orrin Hatch in 2018.
He defeated State Representative Mike Kennedy in the Republican Primary and Democrat Jenny Wilson in the general election.
This gave Romney one bit of accomplishment, as he became only the third person ever to be elected Governor of one state and U.S. Senator for another state.
Romney was the lone Republican to vote to convict Donald Trump in his first impeachment trial.
This gave Romney his second footnote in history, as he became the first Senator ever who voted to remove a President of the same party from office.
But Romney wasn’t done spitting in the faces of conservatives.
Romney also voted to convict Donald Trump in his second trial in 2021.
He marched alongside Black Lives Matter protestors, voted to confirm the radical left-wing jurist Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, supported multiple gun control measures, and even admitted he (as a Republican Senator) did not even vote for Trump in the 2016 and 2020 Presidential elections.
Good riddance to RINO Romney
Now, Romney has announced he will not run for reelection in 2024 and will retire from the Senate when his term expires in 2025
Romney released a video on X (formerly Twitter), saying he will not run for another term.
“Frankly, it’s time for a new generation of leaders,” Romney said in the video.
“While I’m not running for reelection, I’m not retiring from the fight. I’ll be your United States Senator until January 2025. I will keep working on these and other issues, and I will advance our state’s numerous priorities,” Romney added.
Well, he got one thing right: it is time for a new generation, and hopefully, the new generation will be leaders.
We can only hope Mitt Romney will go quietly and decide to spend his time with his family rather than further destroying the nation.
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