Once again showing that he’s a team player – just not for the GOP – retiring Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) vowed to vote Democrat in next year’s presidential election if he disapproves of his party’s choice as its 2024 nominee.
The failed Republican presidential candidate and former governor of ultra-liberal Massachusetts won’t be voting for either former President Donald J. Trump or Vivek Ramaswamy next November and will instead vote for a Democrat, even if it’s Joe Biden and the continuation of the most extreme left-wing policies in the nation’s history.
In a clip from his recent interview with CBS News anchor Norah O’Donnell that was shared on X, Romney made it clear that he’d rather support a candidate from the opposition party if it comes down to it.
HEAR IT: Mitt Romney, the uncle of the embattled @GOPChairwoman, Ronna Romney McDaniel, told @CBSNews that he would be ready to support any Republican nominee except @realDonaldTrump and @VivekGRamaswamy. He would rather vote for Biden. WATCH pic.twitter.com/im09cYYk0z
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) November 25, 2023
“Anybody… I’d be happy to support virtually any one of the Republicans, maybe not Vivek,” he told O’Donnell who asked him who he likes out of the GOP field. “But the others that are running would be acceptable to me and I’d be happy to vote for them. I’d be happy to vote for a number of the Democrats too. I mean, it would be an upgrade from, in my opinion, from Donald Trump and perhaps also from Joe Biden.”
“Look, I like President Biden. You know, I find him a very charming, engaging person. There’s some places I agree with him, but most places I disagree with him. I think he’s made all sorts of terrible mistakes, but I would like to see someone else run,” Pierre Delecto said, suggesting that while Biden wouldn’t be his preference, he’s better than Trump.
Since he chose to go to Washington, D.C. to do battle with Trump, Romney has oozed sanctimony from every pore, joining his Democrat pals on their failed impeachment efforts, marching with Black Lives Matter, and voting in support of Biden’s war on the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans.
Having gagged away a winnable election against a vulnerable Barack Obama in 2012 – or “choked like a dog” as Trump put it – Romney has been nothing short of a destructive force who would rather help Democrats burn the Republican Party down rather than surrender it to the former president and his America First movement.
The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins, the author of the recently released hagiography, “Romney: A Reckoning,” speculated that the subject of his book could possibly even endorse Biden.
“I mean, there’s no way he’ll support, endorse [or] vote for Donald Trump,” Coppins said during an appearance on a recent podcast, according to Newsweek. “Will he somehow lend his support to Joe Biden? I don’t know the answer to that. Romney is still a conservative. That’s the tricky thing about all this. He feels completely alienated from his party.”
“He disagrees with Joe Biden on all kinds of stuff,” the author continued. “But he’s also struck up this kind of, weird kind of old guy mutual respect friendship with him … I would keep an eye out for whether Romney does something like endorse Joe Biden late in the election … I would not be shocked if he did.”
Romney is “a certified loser who announced his retirement after everyone learned he was serving himself instead of his constituents,” Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung told Newsweek. “He has a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome and should get the proper help he requires.”
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