Will Mitt Romney Vote On Trump SCOTUS Nominee? Spox Reveals The Truth

(Right Country) – One can usually count on RINO Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) to side with the Democrats on nearly any partisan battle in Washington D.C.

It truly seems like that’s what he went to the Capitol to do. Undermine Trump from the Republican side of the aisle in the Senate.

However, when it comes to what is sure to be the most contested SCOTUS confirmation hearing of all of U.S. history, he appears to be planning to deviate from this reliable stance as a Trump opponent.

Sorry, Dems.

A spokeswoman for Romney has shut down rumors that the senator plans to vote against a Trump nominee in the Senate once the confirmation process moves forward.

Just hours after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was reported that Romney said he would not vote on her replacement until after January 20th.

“BREAKING: A high-level Romney insider tells me Mitt Romney has committed to not confirming a Supreme Court nominee until after Inauguration Day 2021,” wrote former Utah state Sen. Jim Dabakis on Twitter in a post that was shared over 18,000 times.

Liz Johnson, Romney’s communications director, shut this rumor down, however.

“Dear twitter and also @JimDabakis: Unless your name is Mitt Romney or you’re his spokesperson, you do not speak for Mitt Romney.”

Well then!

She wasn’t done.

Johnson then re-tweeted Dabakis with the hashtag #fakenews.

Featured image credit: Gage Skidmore – flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/6878658111

4 COMMENTS

  1. I won’t believe it until after he has done so. Romney has acted like a Trump HATING Democrap far more than a Republican so I won’t hold my breath on him doing what he says.

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