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Mitt Romney booed at Utah GOP convention, narrowly escapes censure

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Utah Senator Mitt Romney was met with boos and shouts of “communist” and “traitor” as he took the stage at a GOP convention in his home state.

The Senator yelled back “Aren’t you embarrassed?” to the disgruntled crowd.

“I’m a man who says what he means, and you know I was not a fan of our last president’s character issues,” Romney said.

Utah GOP chair Derek Brown took the stage to tell the audience to show Romney respect, despite hecklers continuing to shout. “We need to come together in strength and unity,” Brown said, as reported by Breitbart.

“You can boo all you like,” Romney added. “I’ve been a Republican all of my life. My dad was the governor of Michigan and I was the Republican nominee for president in 2012.”

The Senator hardly escaped censure at the convention. Breitbart reported that 711 Republicans in the audience voted to censure Romney with 798 voting against the measure.

Maine Senator Susan Collins said she was “appalled” by the booing, claiming the party is not led by “just one person.”

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BLM Co-Founder Admits Group Funded with ‘White Guilt Money’

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In an MSNBC podcast interview, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors used the vile statement that her organization is financed with “White guilt money.” Cullors was answering host Trymaine Lee’s question about the “tsunami of flooding” of cash flow and if they had proper ways to ensure its cash was “being directed in proper ways.”

Speaking on the “Into America” podcast, she said of the money “yes, it was a major shock…it was also a lot of like, ‘oh, wait, I did not see that coming.’ You know, contrary to what, you know, has been reported, much of the funding that came in was from individual donors.”

She then elaborated that those individual donors were specifically, “a lot of White guilt money.” She did not, however, address whether or not “guardrails” were in place to spend the millions of dollars it has raised.

Fox News reports “the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, its primary nonprofit, collected $90 million throughout 2020, a financial snapshot released by the group in early 2021 showed.”

“Cullors stepped away from the BLM Global Network Foundation in May 2021 amid scrutiny over her $3.2 million real-estate buying binge, which included the BLM leader scooping up four homes. Cullors also allegedly eyed property in the Bahamas at a posh resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods own homes.”

Recently Cullors was exposed by New York Magazine which exposed that BLM Global Network Foundation purchased a $6 million Los Angeles mansion, at which Cullors held personal parties such as a birthday for her son and an election party after Biden’s win.

 

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