Tommy Tuberville defeats Jeff Sessions in GOP Alabama primary

Jul 17th, 2020 | By | Category: Featured
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Tommy Tuberville, who has never sought public office before has defeated former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuberville gained 61% in the run-off election to Sessions’ 39%. In a sad ending to his political career, he carried only three of Alabama’s sixty-Seven counties.

Tuberville left while a coach, and Jeff Sessions right

Tuberville left while a coach, and Jeff Sessions right

Sessions had served in the Senate until his appointment as President Trump’s first attorney general in 2017. He was being rewarded by Trump for being the first seated Senator to back him in the 2016 race.

He served 12 years as a senator from Alabama before taking the office of the attorney general and then fell out with President Trump by recusing himself that year from the Russia investigation into the 2016 election. That allowed the appointment of a special prosecutor who consumed the President’s time while pursuing false charges of involvement with Russia.

Sessions was forced out as attorney general in November of 2018.
Tuberville didn’t debate Sessions and instead highlighted the support of President Trump who endorsed him rather than Sessions.

Tuberville was also endorsed by former governor Mike Huckabee because of his strong social conservative views.

Tuberville is a staunch pro-lifer. He states: “As a Christian conservative, I will always stand up for those who can’t do so on their own.”

At his Internet site, he states, “I will fight to protect the sanctity of every human life because future generations may very well look back at the current wave of infanticide sweeping across our nation as this generation’s holocaust.”

Tuberville is also nationally recognized as one of the most successful college football coaches in American history.

GING-PAC will endorse Tommy Tuberville in the general election.


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