Jeff Sessions considering a run for his old senate seat in Alabama

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Sessions was probably threatened by the Dems. Their Politicos are indeed worse enemies than ISIS.
Yeah. You're right. It probably makes more sense to gravitate towards the theory you're completely unsure of. Makes a lot of sense.

"Probably"... LOL
 
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Yeah. You're right. It probably makes more sense to gravitate towards the theory you're completely unsure of. Makes a lot of sense.

"Probably"... LOL
Proven facts. They tried to threaten the Electors.
 
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Would he win?

Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is strongly considering jumping into the race for his old Senate seat in Alabama, according to multiple Republican sources familiar with the matter.

Sessions would scramble the already crowded field of Republicans seeking to take on Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, who won a 2017 special election to fill the remainder of Sessions' term and is widely viewed as the most vulnerable senator on the ballot next year.

Five Republicans are already in the race: Rep. Bradley Byrne, former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, Secretary of State John Merrill, state Rep. Arnold Mooney and Roy Moore, the former state Supreme Court judge who lost the special election in 2017 amid allegations of sexual misconduct.

Sessions has some high-profile allies pushing him to run for his old seat, including the conservative Club for Growth.

Republicans view Alabama as their best opportunity to pick up a Senate seat in 2020 as they seek to retain their majority. Recent polling has shown Tuberville with a lead among the GOP field, though the race remains wide open. The primary is in early March, and if no candidate tops 50 percent, the top two finishers compete in a runoff at the end of March.

Yes, no doubt about it. Trump is not loved by every Republican primary voter in America. Sessions is in a State that for some reason he is liked. I shit you not.
 
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Yes, no doubt about it. Trump is not loved by every Republican primary voter in America. Sessions is in a State that for some reason he is liked. I shit you not.

He's not liked nearly as much by Republican voters as he was prior to 2016.
 
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