Sen. Mitt Romney Joins DC Anti-Racism March [VIDEO]

Utah’s Deseret News reports:

Sen. Mitt Romney marched in a faith-based demonstration in Washington, D.C. on Sunday organized by local pastors to protest the death of George Floyd. “We need a voice against racism, we need many voices against racism and against brutality. And we need to stand up and say that black lives matter,” Romney told a reporter at the march.

Hundreds walked along closed roads toward the White House in a faith-based march meant to recall the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery civil rights marches in Alabama.

On Saturday, Romney tweeted a photo of his father, George Romney, marching in a civil rights protest in Detroit in the late 1960s. The elder Romney, who served as governor of Michigan from 1963 to 1969, was a strong supporter of the civil rights movement.