Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is on the comeback trail.
And he has one new job in mind.
But his latest career move could be about to blow up in his face.
Jeff Sessions Could Run for the Senate
Jeff Sessions may seek his old job.
Sessions held a Senate Seat in Alabama from 1996 until the Senate confirmed him as Attorney General in 2017.
Democrat Doug Jones won a special election last December to fill the seat after the GOP establishment and the fake news media colluded on a smear campaign of lies to sink conservative Roy Moore’s campaign.
Jones only won the right to fill the last two years of the term Sessions won in 2014.
He will run for a full six-year term in 2020.
Republicans will be heavily favored to win that race.
Sessions could be a natural candidate for that race.
And some Republicans would like to see Sessions back in the Senate because he would be a loyal vote for Donald Trump’s America First agenda.
Sessions carried the torch in the Senate for over 20 years on opposing globalist trade deals and amnesty.
In fact, many conservatives credit Sessions and his then aide Stephen Miller – who is now Trump’s top immigration advisor – with killing the 2013 Gang of Eight amnesty bill.
After Mitt Romney lost the 2012 Presidential election, pro-open borders Republican donors and elites – like Jeb Bush – pushed the GOP to accept amnesty.
The controversial Republican “autopsy” report claimed Romney lost because he only won 27 percent of the Hispanic vote.
The truth was conservatives and working-class voters stayed home because Romney was a liberal and the very picture of globalist Republicans that was joined at the hip with big business.
The entire Republican establishment leaned on GOP members of Congress to accept open borders and amnesty.
But Sessions led the fight against the bill and it died in the GOP led House of Representatives after passing the Democrat-controlled Senate.
Problems with Jeff Sessions Senate Bid
While Sessions was always solid on the issue, many Trump supporters turned against him.
That’s because Sessions failed his most crucial test.
He caved in to take news media pressure and recused himself from the Russia investigation.
His weakness allowed Deep State agent Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to unleash Robert Mueller on a search and destroy mission against the President.
That could lead to a candidate running against Sessions on the single issue of loyalty to Trump.
Politico reports a GOP strategist told them he expects the White House to field a candidate in the race to oppose Sessions:
But other Alabama Republicans think Trump would back another candidate over Sessions, which could create a nasty race, said Steve Raby, an Alabama Republican strategist.
“If Sessions wants to run I expect them [the White House] to pick them a candidate and bash Sessions for a year-and-a-half,” Raby said. “If Jeff is good in the way he approaches it, we will defend one of our own.”
Sessions remains the favorite to win this race, but his past tensions with Donald Trump could lead to him taking a pass on the seat.
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