By David Kamioner | February 5, 2020
Utah GOP Senator and Trump political enemy Mitt Romney sanctimoniously parroted Democratic talking points on Wednesday, as he announced his vote to convict the president in the impeachment trial before the Senate.
Romney’s rationalization that his faith brought him to this decision is understandable, if by faith he means his unhinged hatred of the president of the United States.
His speech and vote will go over very well with the media, the hard left and the Democrats. His own party, Utah voters, and the American people are likely to strongly disagree with him.
This will probably result in a GOP primary challenge to Romney in the 2024 Senate race in Utah.
But until then he will be feted by Hollywood, the media, the pop culture and all else who feel lies and hearsay are enough to remove the nation’s chief executive.
He may even leave the Senate early to avoid being thrown out and take a position in one of the bellies of the liberal beast. Perhaps he’ll then be comfortable at Harvard, Yale, or a foundation that has great dinners and does not do a hell of a lot more.
Mitt will be right at home at those places. The same cannot be said of his future in the Republican Party.
This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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