Hopefully, voters will boot him from the upper chamber next year, since he has done next to nothing to serve his constituents or his party during his five insignificant years in the Senate. Romney was lambasted on social media after congratulating Maloy on her election victory.
Black Lives Matter. pic.twitter.com/JpXUFlxH2J— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) June 7, 2020
Hey scumbag Mitt, have you apologize to President Trump for falsely impeaching him on a Ukraine call? No?— Henry (@HenryBack2Play) September 7, 2023
Several Utah Republicans have announced they will challenge Romney in next year’s GOP primary race or are considering doing so. They include state House Speaker Brad Wilson and Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs.
Senator, to be blunt you have lost your credibility throughout the US! Retire! You are no Republican.— kvan (@kvanDiggelen) September 7, 2023
Romney has not yet announced if he plans to run for re-election. However, he said he would reveal his decision by the end of the year, the Deseret News reported. Last month, the senator said he believes Trump will win the GOP primary race in 2024. [firefly_poll] “I think [Trump will] be the Republican nominee, President [Joe] Biden will be the Democratic nominee, and a lot of people in America are going to scratch their heads and say, ‘Why can’t we do better than this? I don’t want either one of them,’” he said, according to the Deseret News. “I’m one of those, but that’s probably what’s going to happen.” This wishy-washy statement perfectly encapsulates Romney, who lives up to his moniker “Milquetoast Mitt.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Utah needs another proven fighter and conservative in the Senate. We need someone unafraid to stand against the Washington establishment. That’s who I am, but I need your help to get there https://t.co/yg5tnTG4mV pic.twitter.com/qof9JQYi7C— Mayor Trent Staggs (@MayorStaggs) May 23, 2023