By: Red Pill | 01-02-2018 | News
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Orrin Hatch Retiring from Senate; Mitt Romney Gets His Shot

It appears the Republican who's seemingly served in the Senate his entire adult life, at 83 years of age, has decided to retire from his position held since 1977; and the man who's set to run in his place is none other than the endlessly desperate-for-attention Mitt Romney

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch has an extraordinary career, one that echoes in the shades of the career politicians, that's expanded through more Presidential Administrations than any current sitting member of the United States Senate.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">An announcement from Senator Orrin G. Hatch. <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#utpol</a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) <a href="">January 2, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Some would say Orrin Hatch is one of the last remaining Senators of an era that's long gone, who's still sitting in the Senate; through both times of peril and great suffering for America and the globe.

With several decades in office, you would expect some class in his exit and applause for his career; yet there are those on the left who will viciously attack him for previous policies deemed controversial.

The Senator was well into his seventh entire six-year-long term in Washington.

He won his first election in 1976, the year that President Jimmy Carter was elected, has been re-elected comfortably six times and had made a promise that his most recent campaign would be his last to serve.

Orrin Hatch does hold a considerable legacy, and today's decision to announce retirement, soon, is a sign indeed that he is beyond ready to come home.

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“When the president visited Utah last month, he said I was a fighter. I’ve always been a fighter. I was an amateur boxer in my youth, and I brought that fighting spirit with me to Washington,” Senator Hatch said. “But every good fighter knows when to hang up the gloves. And for me, that time is soon approaching.”

Orrin Hatch has long since been considered as one of the more avid Trump supporters inside of the Senate, and his lifelong history of public service and experience makes him a valued voice.

The Utah Republican is chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. Republicans on that committee led the Senate effort to overhaul the tax system which passed last month, the only major legislative accomplishment of the GOP Congress.

Hatch was extremely popular in the state of Utah throughout his career, and surprisingly won 65% of the vote in his 2012 re-election.

Now it looks as if the failed former 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate, and frequent critic of President Trump; Mitt Romney, is going to consider running for the seat once held by Orrin Hatch.

Those closest to President Trump say that he had encouraged Hatch to run for re-election, but that Hatch himself decided to step aside.

Anti-Trump puppet, Evan McMullin, a 2016 Presidential Candidate himself from Utah, immediately took the opportunity to urge Mitt Romney, who's also the former Governor of Massachusetts, to step into the race and take the seat once belonging to Orrin Hatch.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Thank you for your service to our state and country, Senator Hatch. <br><br>In this seat, we must have a leader prepared to meet the challenges of our day and our future. I hope that leader will be <a href="">@MittRomney</a>. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) <a href="">January 2, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Most close to Romney expect this to be his next move, being a man who's desperate to stay relevant in politics and revive his failing political career.

That's on no way going to benefit the President of the United States of America, being that Romney is considerably a different type of Republican, and more often than not has criticized President Trump in anguish after not being picked by the President for any legitimate roles into his cabinet.

So there's one seat that's going to be vacant in Utah, and it's a seat that's critical to the President’s agenda.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Dear residents of Utah:<br><br>Now that Republican Senator Orrin Hatch is retiring, please do not consider replacing him with Romneycare, Carpet-Bagger, Never Trump, Democrat Mitt Romney. Thanks!<br><br>Sincerely,<br><br>The American people who want to <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#MAGA</a></p>&mdash; CC (@ChristiChat) <a href="">January 2, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Trump supporters are openly pleading with Utah voters to <i>not</i> consider Mitt Romney; but at this rate, it certainly seems like the money and prowess of Romney likely to fill that gap.

This comes after another Republican also seems as if he's going to retire, that being House Representative Bill Shuster, of the 9th District inside of Pennsylvania, making an announcement of his own to leave his elected office.

It remains seen yet as to if there are any potential up-and-coming candidates to fill the void and stop Romney, but those who know Utah seem intent that Romney is their guy.

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