Mitt Romney is a republican in name only (RINO), many people argue, and his behavior has finally led to action by the American Conservative Union (ACU) chairman Matt Schlapp. Schlapp formally disinvited the so-called republican from this year’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) because Romney sided with democrats in the bogus impeachment push, voting to call more witnesses.
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) January 31, 2020
‘Pierre Delecto’ can take his opinions and beliefs elsewhere.
Romney, along with Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), broke away from the party to vote in favor of hearing from additional witnesses.
The measure to subpoena additional witnesses and documents in the trial failed in a 51-49 vote after other moderate Republicans voted “no.”
The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on acquitting Trump.
Romney also spoke at CPAC in 2012 as a presidential candidate, but the current Utah senator has ruffled the feathers of many conservatives for criticizing the White House administration.
This year’s CPAC is scheduled to begin on February 26 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), conservative commentator Mark Levin, and Brexit leader Nigel Farage as some of the speakers on the roster.
With the economy rolling strong, President Trump continuing to win at everything, despite democrat attempts to frame and belittle him, and the fact that Americans are waking up to the socialist (aka Nazi) scheme democrats support, many people argue this year’s convention will be dynamite.