Mitt Romney’s Ties To Ghislaine Maxwell Revealed

( )- According to the National File, Utah Senator Mitt Romney has “ties” to convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. But they’re not exactly binding “ties.”

In a post itemizing how Romney is a globalist, the National File cited a 2012 article from the UK Telegraph that recounted how Ghislaine Maxwell’s father Robert Maxwell was one of the first investors when Romney started his private equity fund, Bain Capital, in the 1980s.

In 1984 the late Robert Maxwell invested $2 million in Bain Capital.

That’s it. That’s the “ties” to Ghislaine Maxwell.

Nearly forty years ago, her father invested in Romney’s equity firm.

It’s not exactly a smoking gun.

The truth is, nobody needs to dig back to the 1980s to find reasons to oppose Mitt Romney. The man has done plenty in the short amount of time he’s been in the Senate to inspire loathing.

Romney hopped aboard the Black Lives Matter movement during the riots of 2020. He voted to convict Donald Trump at both of his bogus impeachment trials. He sided with the Biden administration by helping to craft the $1.2 trillion “infrastructure” spending package, less than half of which went to actual infrastructure. He refuses to endorse his Utah colleague Senator Mike Lee in his 2022 reelection campaign. And just last week he voted to confirm Biden’s radical left Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Robert Maxwell investing $2 million in Bain Capital nearly forty years ago pales in comparison to what Romney has done while in the Senate.

Last week, Mitt Romney told The Hill that he isn’t sure he will run for reelection in 2024, saying he’ll “cross that bridge down the road.”

While Romney maintains a 51 percent approval rating among Utah voters, he has lost favor with some Republican Party officials in the state former President Trump won by 20 points.

Utah’s Attorney General Sean Reyes, a popular Republican in the state, has already indicated that he may launch a Senate primary challenge against Romney in two years. So too has former Congressman Jason Chaffetz.

Brigham Young University political science professor Richard Davis told the Hill if Romney runs for reelection in 2024, he is going to face a “tough race.”