The 2020 elections proved to be way closer than the so-called “mainstream” media led Americans to believe.
If their polls were correct, there should’ve been a massive blue wave to sweep over the country.
But it never happened. And you won’t believe who just won a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Tommy Tuberville – the famous former college football head coach for Ole Miss, Auburn, Texas Tech, and Cincinnati – announced that he would be running for the U.S. Senate in Alabama as a Republican in April 2019.
The Fake News Media immediately wrote him off, claiming the supposed “moderate” Doug Jones could take Tuberville to task in a closely contested race.
That couldn’t have been further from reality.
Tuberville won the seat held by Democrat Doug Jones handily – beating Jones by more than 10 points, outperforming the pollsters by 5-7 points.
The total makeup of the U.S. Senate is still up in the air, but this was a seat that Republicans had to have.
Tuberville’s win signals yet another move away from crony-RINO politics that the conservative base have been rejecting for the past decade.
He’s yet to cast any votes on any legislation, but he’s been brazen in his support for cutting the national debt, fighting abortion with legislation, and repealing the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
And because he’s a red-blooded American conservative, the Fake News Media is already coming at his neck.
When Tuberville pointed out that the 2020 election seems to be spiraling out of control, CNN’s Jake Tapper took to twitter to personally attack Tuberville’s resume as a football head coach.
This is inaccurate.
What the president is doing would be like if Coach Tuberville discussed the 2008 Auburn football season by only talking up his 5 victories and pretended the 7 losses — including that loss to Alabama, hooboy — didn't happen. https://t.co/4OycGQe1bS
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 6, 2020
The Democrats are reeling after this loss considering they’ve put so much money into holding onto the seat.
The Doug Jones campaign reportedly spent nearly $25 million to beat Tuberville.
And in Tuberville’s victory speech, he quoted a Jones campaign ad, telling the radical leftist from California and New York to “go to hell and get a job” because Alabama’s seat “can’t be bought.”
With the elections still in the air, the GOP can be sure that they have a potential fighter for conservative politics in their corner with Tuberville in the U.S. Senate.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.