Senator Mitt Romney once again flaunted his true colors by calling Trump’s refusal to concede the election as undemocratic.
We all know Romney despises Trump and doesn’t hold back being vocal against the president.
He was the first senator to vote against his own party’s president in an impeachment trial after all.
Many patriotic Republicans are ready to oust this RINO from the Senate, including famous actor Scott Baio.
Check out his response to Mitt:
Twitter was ablaze with comments cheering for the Happy Days star to make the move to Utah.
The Salt Lake Tribune picked up the story and teased a Romney vs Chachi 2024 Senate race:
Some found the idea of an actor known for “Happy Days,” “Charles in Charge,” “Bugsy Malone,” and “Diagnosis Murder” challenging the 2012 GOP presidential nominee ludicrous.
“Do it!,” said Will Ritter of POOLHOUSE, who consulted on Romney’s successful Senate campaign in 2018. “Nothing stopping you from declaring your candidacy next week, after you move to Utah and register to vote. Pro tip: might want to check the results from Romney’s 2018 election first.”
For what it’s worth, Baio is not the first celebrity to threaten to move to Utah to run against Romney as a punishment for him daring to go against Trump. Fox News host Laura Ingraham called for Romney to resign after he voted to remove Trump from office during his Senate impeachment trial, and suggested she might move to Utah to run against him in four years.
Romney’s statement drew other reactions on social media. Trump called Romney a RINO and wondered if he felt his loss to Barack Obama in 2012 was “fair and square.”
Closer to home, Provo artist Jon McNaughton, who is known for his fawning portrayal of Trump in his paintings, responded with a close-up of Romney from one of his paintings entitled “The Impeachment Mob.”
Here is the scathing portrait of the Impeachment Mob of a thuggish Romney standing with enraged Democrats:
Whether Chachi makes the move to Utah or not, how great would it be to send possibly the worst RINO in Washington back home?