Rock-star legend Ted Nugent is reportedly consider a bid for U.S. Senate in Michigan this week, which could add more intrigue to the political landscape in DC.
An outspoken proponent of the 2nd Amendment and liberty, the pro-Trump environment could be a perfect storm for him.
Rumors also have Kid Rock considering a bid as well.
Here’s more from Newsmax…
No-holds-barred rocker Ted Nugent says he may run for Senate if the GOP doesn’t “get it right this time.”
And if Nugent does throw his hat in the ring, it could be facing another conservative hit-maker, Kid Rock, who announced his intention to explore a possible run in Michigan.
“I’m always very interested in making my country and the great state of Michigan great again and there is nothing I wouldn’t do to help in any way I possibly can,” Nugent, echoing President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
“We the people are justifiably fed up with ‘Fedzilla’ and bureaucrats of every stripe,” added Nugent, who said that Michigan “dodged the toxic blue bullet” on Election Day and proved the “real Michigan is bright red.”
Nugent — whose hits include the hard-rocking “Cat Scratch Fever” and psychedelic tune “Journey to the Center of the Mind” — also teased a possible run in a profanity-filled post on Facebook:
Nugent told The Caller that if he If he does run, his campaign slogan will be, “Make Michigan, Michigan again.”
His campaign song? “Stranglehold,” which tells the story of a man who feels like a “dog in heat” after his girlfriend leaves him.
Kid Rock is also being trumpeted for the U.S. Senate against longtime Michigan Democrat Debbie Stabenow. The musician, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, drew interest at the Michigan Republican Party convention last weekend, RollCall.com reported.