An Expose on Corrupt Senator Mitt Romney

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Last week, the Senate voted to acquit President Trump on both articles of impeachment. Despite this vote and despite the Republican-majority, one GOP senator broke from his party and voted to convict President Trump.

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The GOP senator in question is none other than Williard Mitt Romney.

Reviewing Romney’s Vote to Convict Trump

Unlike other members of the GOP, Romney alleged that Trump committed an “appalling abuse of public trust.” During his remarks at the Senate impeachment trial, Romney accused the president of withholding aide from Ukraine and pushing the government to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden.

Time and time again, these allegations have been debunked; the president of Ukraine himself maintains that Trump never pushed for an investigation in exchange for access to withheld funds. Similarly to Zelensky, the transcripts of the president’s phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart affirm that no quid-pro-quo took place.

Still, none of these details stopped Romney from standing before the Senate, accusing Trump of a “flagrant assault of electoral rights,” and then voting to convict him.

The Aftermath of Romney’s Vote to Convict

The Utah senator is facing unspeakable amounts of backlash due to his vote to convict the president. Countless Republicans have come out, slamming Romney and stating that they firmly disagree with him. Others, such as first son Donald Trump Jr., have called for Romney to face expulsion from the Republican Party altogether.