Romney’s epic BOO is definitely at the center of attention in America at this moment.
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Everyone’s analyzing it – even President Trump didn’t stay silent…
This video of Mitt Romney getting loudly booed by Trumpers at a Republican gathering in Utah on Saturday is incredible pic.twitter.com/NywSXAWjBW
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 2, 2021
Though I truly enjoy watching this viral video, I’ve never thought about the message it gives out, different than the obvious one – that the Conservatives don’t like Mitt Romney!
Glenn Beck pointed out one really clever fact -“The GOP needs to remember what it stands for. The Utah crowd that booed Mitt Romney wasn’t just booing him. It was booing the entire GOP.”
The GOP needs to remember what it stands for. The Utah crowd that booed Mitt Romney wasn't just booing him. It was booing the entire GOP. pic.twitter.com/gLnMdk55TP
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— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) May 3, 2021
According to The People magazine, here’s how Romney himself reacted to the booing:
“Aren’t you embarrassed?” Romney asked the crowd as they derided him in his entry to the stage, according to the Salt Lake City Tribune. “I’m a man who says what he means, and you know I was not a fan of our last president’s character issues.”
As the crowd continued to boo, some audience members went so far as to call Romney a “traitor” and a “communist,” the Tribune reported.
“Oh yeah, you can boo all you like, but I’ve been a Republican all my life,” Romney said in response. “My dad was a governor of Michigan, my dad worked for Republican candidates that he believed in. I worked for Republicans across the country and, if you don’t recall, I was the Republican nominee for president in 2012.”
He continued, again being met with a mix of boos and cheers: “Yeah, I understand I have a few folks who don’t like me terribly much and I— I’m sorry about that. But I express my mind as I believe is right and I follow my conscience as I believe is right.”
He’s so clueless, lost, and shallow.