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Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney’s name was booed during a speech given by Turning Point USA leader Charlie Kirk at the Conservative Political Action Summit (CPAC).

“The Republican Party of Mitt Romney” said Kirk as the crowd erupted in boo’s.

“Correct answer, by the way. Correct. Every time his name is mentioned you should respond that way,” he declared. “Because he lied to every single person in this room that knocked on doors for him, that made phone calls for him, that donated to his campaign, because we thought that he was going to be a crusader against the Marxist president that preceded Donald Trump.”

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Kirk added, “And now he asks and he begs for the endorsement of Donald Trump for the Senate in Utah, and then he goes and votes for that sham, unconstitutional impeachment. He embodies the very same political class that President Trump ran against.”

The college conservative leader went on to rail against “the party of Mitt Romney” that “wanted to preserve the ruling class.”

Romney has fallen out of favor with the political action summit ever since he voted to remove President Donald Trump from office during his impeachment trial in January. Shortly afterwards CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp announced the Utah senator was “formally not invited” to the summit.

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5 Comments
  • Proud vet says:

    Romney was a Trojan horse to the Democrat people almost fooled us and got but I was his to her it was the Barack Obama is true the one world order elites rigged the election for Obama for one more time. That’s what Rodney gets for blowing into the one world order to even cross him.

  • Lm says:

    Shit Mitt is crying in his mahogany office filled with leather bound books and despair

  • Jon Wisdom says:

    First the (you know what) Romney was in Massachusetts. How did a Republican do so well in a democrat state? Then he went to Utah. He acts like the Clintons – go to whatever state will elect you and pretend to represent them. Second, he should immediately be expelled from the Republican Party. He does not stand with the Republicans and he is an angry old man because he gets beat up in his political career.

  • Betty Clover says:

    Mitt chose the “left” over his own party and supporters. He is finished! He needs to retire!

  • Matt says:

    Mitt’s attitude seems to be that you must follow the edicts of the ruling elite, even though you believe they are wrong.

    That’s what Mormonism, or any other cult, really, does to people like Mitt who are of somewhat limited intellectual capacity.

    However, there are many Mormons who would have made a decent President. It’s a pity that Mitt Romney is not one of them.

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