Mitt Romney has been a thorn in the side of conservatives for decades.
He’s one of the leaders of the Never-Trump movement.
But Mitt Romney just received some news about 2024 that will keep him up at night.
Mitt Romney despises Donald Trump and his supporters.
However, after Donald Trump left office, most conservatives expected Mitt Romney to actually stop attacking Trump and focus on fighting Biden’s left-wing agenda.
But that didn’t happen.
Instead, Mitt Romney is continuing to be a thorn in the side of conservatives, putting his personal vendetta against Donald Trump above everything else.
Romney even declined to endorse incumbent Republican Senator Mike Lee’s re-election, despite the fact that Lee is one of the strongest conservatives in Congress.
Evan McMullen, who ran as the Never-Trump “conservative” candidate for President in 2016, is challenging Mike Lee in the Primary.
Even though Romney didn’t come out and endorse Mullen, he referred to him as a friend.
Not only that, but Romney is also backing RINO Liz Cheney by helping her raise money for her Primary.
Romney was also the only Republican in the Senate to vote against Rand Paul’s bill to end the federal mask mandate on public transportation.
Unfortunately, Romney isn’t up for re-election until 2024.
But according to POLITICO, Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is laying the groundwork for a 2024 Primary race against Mitt Romney.
Reyes previously served as co-chair for Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign in Utah.
And as Attorney General, Reyes has been aggressive at suing the Biden regime for their overreach, especially on border security.
An anonymous source told POLITICO, “Sean is very seriously considering running, regardless of if Mitt runs or not. He’s confident that regardless of what Sen. Romney wants to do, he’s going to pursue this.”
Romney’s 2024 plans are still up in the air, but Reyes allegedly met with Trump last year and was encouraged by him to run against Romney.
Kimberly Guilfoyle described Reyes as “both substantive and magnetic” highlighting his speech at the 2020 Republican convention.
She told POLITICO, “Many of us who served President Trump have enthusiastically encouraged him to run for Senate regardless of what Mitt decides to do.”
Taylor Budowich, a spokesperson for Donald Trump, ripped Mitt Romney.
“Mitt Romney will be replaced in 2024 by a champion for America First, that goes without question — he abandoned Utah and caved to the radical left,” he said.
In a state Trump won by over 30 points, a candidate with the former President’s support would start out the gate as a strong candidate.
But regardless, the clock is ticking on RINO Mitt Romney’s long political career.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.