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Thursday, March 05, 2020

Kevin McCarthy: Pelosi Delayed Coronavirus Funding Bill So Dems Could Run Anti-GOP Ads

So, did I hear that right? The House of Representatives could have passed the coronavirus funding bill sooner, but Speaker Nancy Pelosi held it up because the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee wanted to run anti-GOP ads on Super Tuesday? Elizabeth Vaughn over at RedState wrote about this. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) detailed this in his interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Monday:
What a scam—Speaker Pelosi held up the vote on coronavirus funding so that her campaign team could run ads against Republicans for Super Tuesday.

Instead of putting America first, she is putting politics first.
Speaking with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Monday night, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said, “Look how much politics they want to play. The dirty little secret. We have the coronavirus. We need to fund this. You know what Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker, did? She withheld the bill last week. You know why? So the DCCC could run ads against seven Republicans.”


Operations Suspended At F-35 Stealth Jet Factory In Japan Due To Virus Fears

America's F-35 stealth aircraft factory in Japan shuttered operations for a week due to new concerns over the Covid-19 outbreak, reported Defense News.

The closure of the F-35 stealth factory comes as Covid-19 infections in Japan rose above 1,000 on Wednesday, most of which are from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship.

This prompted the closure of the F-35 factory in Japan, Ellen Lord, the undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, told reporters on Wednesday. She said the F-35's global supply chain has yet to be impacted by the virus.


Senator To Bring Motion To Censure Schumer, Democrat Suggests He Step Down

Democrat Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) continues to face intense backlash for threatening Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch on Wednesday as a member of the U.S. Senate has now indicated that he intends to introduce a measure to censure Schumer.

Sen. Josh Hawley’s (R-MO) office released the following statement:
Tonight U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he will introduce a motion to censure U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for inciting violence against U.S. Supreme Court Justices. In a pro-abortion rally in front of the Supreme Court today, Senator Schumer threatened Justices by name saying, “I want to tell you, Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.”

Bipartisanship Alert: Largest Tax Hike in State History Rejected

After weeks of fierce grassroots opposition, last night the House Ways and Means Revenue Subcommittee unanimously voted down HB 1628, the largest tax increase in state history. 
Marylanders spoke out and sent a loud and clear message that we cannot afford to go back to the failed overtax and overspend policies of the past. I want to thank the legislators on both sides of the aisle for their bipartisan vote against this crippling tax increase. I especially want to thank Majority Leader Luedtke for voting against his own initiative. While we successfully blocked this proposal, sadly, legislators are still trying to raise taxes by hundreds of millions of dollars. As long as I am governor, we will continue fighting to protect Maryland families, retirees, and small businesses from massive tax increases.” —Governor Hogan
While Governor Hogan is pushing to help retirees with the biggest tax cut in more than two decades, legislators proposed the largest tax hike in state history.
  • This would have been the largest tax hike in state history: more than 3.5 times the gas tax hike of 2013, and nearly five times the sales tax hike of 2007. When this tax hike was first proposed two weeks ago, Governor Hogan said, “It’s a tax on working families, it’s a tax on single moms... it’s not ever going to happen while I’m governor, I can promise you.”
  • This tax hike would have hit hundreds of everyday expenses and errands, including haircuts, oil changes, dry cleaning, and online streaming services. It would have had devastating impacts on owning a home (realtors, inspections, repairs and renovations), getting married (photographers, florists, caterers), raising a family (babysitting, day camps, veterinary care), and even dying (funerals, cremation, cemeteries) in the State of Maryland.
  • This tax hike, about $1,900 per Maryland family, would have been so massive that it added up to more than all of the O'Malley administration's tax hikes combined. 
  • Marylanders across the state voiced their strong opposition to this bill. On Monday, hundreds of citizens rallied in Annapolis against this proposal, and since its introduction, lawmakers received countless emails from concerned constituents.

'We'll go to war': Sanders supporter Cenk Uygur rages over Biden Super Tuesday surge

Cenk Uygur, the co-founder of the Young Turks, went ballistic on his YouTube show following Sen. Bernie Sanders's poor performance on Super Tuesday.

"Now, it's not over. Now, we're in a tie," Uygur said as early results came in for Super Tuesday, in which he lost his left-wing bid to take the seat vacated by former California Rep. Katie Hill. "And now, we got absolute, dig-in warfare against the establishment. But we didn't start the war."

The host raised his voice as he spoke about the establishment Democrats and how they "lie" about Sanders.


'I'll cut you!' Wendy's applicant loses cool, tries to stab district manager, cops allege

WHEATON, Md. (ABC7) — A job interview at a local Wendy's did not result in an employment offer but rather a trip to the Montgomery County Detention Center, police say.

According to court documents obtained by 7 On Your Side, Xavier Robinson, 23, of Centreville, Va., reported to the Wendy's at 11030 Veirs Mill Road, beside the Westfield Wheaton Mall. It was a Monday in late January, just before the busy lunch hour.

The district manager instructed Robinson to return the following day when the hiring manager would be available for a proper interview. That inconvenience allegedly sent Robinson into an all-out rage.


Harris Applauds Trump Administration Release of Additional H-2B Visas

WASHINGTON, DC: On March 5th, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its intent to release 35,000 additional H-2B visas for the summer season of Fiscal Year 2020. Congressman Andy Harris (MD-01) has spearheaded the effort in Congress to secure the timely release of supplemental visas. He sent a letter, signed by a total of 151 members of the House and 38 Senators, urging Acting Secretary Wolf to release, as quickly as possible, additional H-2B visas to meet seasonal labor demands.

Congressman Harris made the following statement:

“I applaud the Department of Homeland Security for approving the release of 35,000 supplemental H-2B visas in time for the upcoming summer season. This is 5000 more supplemental visas than had been approved last year. The record low unemployment rate under the Trump Administration and oversubscription to the H-2B visa program is a debilitating issue for the economy of Maryland’s First Congressional District and the country. I commend President Trump and Acting Secretary Wolf for providing these extras visas – and I remain committed to working with my colleagues in Congress to pass a permanent solution to the chronic H-2B visa shortage across this country – something that only Congress can do.”

Further details regarding this year’s H-2B allocation will be contained in a Temporary Final Rule that DHS aims to complete and publish as soon as possible.

328 Chinese Nationals Caught Trying To Illegally Enter U.S. At Southern Border

The Department of Homeland Security says that hundreds of Chinese nationals have attempted to illegally enter the United States through the southern border since the outbreak of the coronavirus in China.

“Some 328 illegal immigrants from China have been nabbed jumping the U.S.-Mexico border so far this year, according to Homeland Security data that raises the prospect a coronavirus carrier could sneak into the country via the border,” The Washington Times reported. “Three other people from South Korea — another country with rapidly spreading cases — have also been arrested at the border, as have 122 people from the Dominican Republican, where the coronavirus has now been detected.”

The coronavirus, which originated in China in December, has infected more than 91,000 people worldwide and killed well over 3,100 people – with most of the infections and deaths occurring in China.


Blue Bell ice cream licker sentenced to 30 days in jail

PORT ARTHUR, Texas (KBMT) — The Texas man who was charged after posting a video of himself licking ice cream at Walmart was sentenced Wednesday.

Judge Terrance Holmes sentenced 24-year-old D'Adrien Anderson to 30 days in jail with an additional 180 days probation over two years. Anderson is also required to complete 100 hours of community service.

"As a condition of probation, Anderson is required to pay a fine of $1000 and restitution in the amount of $1,565 to Blue Bell Creameries," according to a Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office news release.



(March 5, 2020, Salisbury, MD)
 On March 5, 2020, a raccoon from the area of Young Avenue and East Church Street in Salisbury tested positive for rabies. The Wicomico County Health Department is advising all residents to be aware of their surroundings and avoid contact with all wild or stray animals.

Rabies is a preventable viral disease that exists in the saliva of mammals and is transmitted from animal to animal or from animal to human by biting and/or scratching. The virus can also be spread by licking, when infected saliva makes contact with open cuts or wounds, and with the mouth, eyes, and nose. If left untreated in humans and animals, rabies is fatal.

Please keep the following tips in mind to protect your family and your pets:

          Keep pets confined

          Avoid all contact with wild or stray animals

          Teach children to leave unfamiliar animals alone

           Vaccinate pets - Maryland law requires that all dogs, cats, and ferrets, 4 months of age and older have a current rabies vaccination.

          Avoid feeding or watering pets outside 

          Secure outside garbage lids

To report human or animal contact, such as bites or scratches, call the Wicomico County Health Department:  (410) 546-4446. For additional information, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Rosie O'Donnell helping Michael Cohen negotiate $10 million 'tell-all' book deal

Comedian Rosie O'Donnell is reportedly helping former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen negotiate a "tell-all" book deal.

After Cohen was sent to prison for tax fraud, lying to Congress, and other charges, O'Donnell contacted him in writing about his relationship with Trump. The comedian reportedly visited the medium security prison holding Cohen in Otisville, New York, according to the New York Post.

“Rosie and Michael have bonded over Trump, and she’s helping him with his book, which is now highly critical of the president," a source familiar with their interaction told the New York Post. Cohen is rumored to be negotiating for a $10 million valuation on his "tell-all" book.


State Police Investigating Fatal Industrial Accident- Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth Beach- The Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal industrial accident that occurred earlier today.

The incident occurred on March 5, 2020 at approximately 9:56 a.m., when Troopers were dispatched to Colonial Lane, Rehoboth Beach in reference to an industrial accident. Upon arrival, Troopers located an individual pinned beneath a skid steer.

The victim, a 49-year-old male of Millsboro, DE was pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim was turned over to the Delaware Division of Forensic Science where an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause and manner of death. His name is being withheld at this time pending the notification of next of kin.

The case continues to remain under investigation by the Delaware State Police Major Crimes Unit.

Children suffering from sleep loss and lack of appetite as a result of 'climate anxiety': Study

A survey commissioned in the United Kingdom found that children are experiencing bad dreams or having trouble eating because they are concerned about climate change.

The results of a joint effort between BBC's Newsround and marketing firm Savanta ComRes, which were released Tuesday, showed nearly 1 in 5 children admitted to having a bad dream about climate change. Seventeen percent of respondents indicated their sleeping and eating habits had been affected by their concerns.

The study asked 2,000 young people between the ages of 8 and 16 a series of questions about their attitudes on climate change and the environment. An overwhelming majority, 73%, said they were worried about the state of the planet.


Harris Applauds Trump Administration Release of Additional H-2B Visas

WASHINGTON, DC: On March 5th, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its intent to release 35,000 additional H-2B visas for the summer season of Fiscal Year 2020. Congressman Andy Harris (MD-01) has spearheaded the effort in Congress to secure the timely release of supplemental visas. He sent a letter, signed by a total of 151 members of the House and 38 Senators, urging Acting Secretary Wolf to release, as quickly as possible, additional H-2B visas to meet seasonal labor demands.

Congressman Harris made the following statement:

“I applaud the Department of Homeland Security for approving the release of 35,000 supplemental H-2B visas in time for the upcoming summer season. This is 5000 more supplemental visas than had been approved last year. The record low unemployment rate under the Trump Administration and oversubscription to the H-2B visa program is a debilitating issue for the economy of Maryland’s First Congressional District and the country. I commend President Trump and Acting Secretary Wolf for providing these extras visas – and I remain committed to working with my colleagues in Congress to pass a permanent solution to the chronic H-2B visa shortage across this country – something that only Congress can do.”

Further details regarding this year’s H-2B allocation will be contained in a Temporary Final Rule that DHS aims to complete and publish as soon as possible.

MSNBC personalities honor Chris Matthews after abrupt retirement amid harassment allegations

A number of Chris Matthews's MSNBC colleagues paid their respects to the network's now-former anchor despite his facing accusations of sexism and harassment.

Matthews, 74, announced his retirement on his show Hardball Monday night. The host explained at the time that his resignation wasn't the result of "a lack of interest in politics" before apologizing for and acknowledging he was wrong to make comments about "a woman’s appearance."

Despite his history of making similar remarks during his more than two decades hosting the program, a number of his colleagues at MSNBC offered kind words toward him. Political correspondent Steve Kornacki was the first to respond to the news as he filled in for the rest of the hour after Matthews's resignation announcement in the first minutes of Monday's show.


Maryland National Guard mourns loss of one of their soldiers

BALTIMORE — The Maryland National Guard is mourning the loss of one of their own.

They posted on Twitter that they are mourning the passing of Specialist Javon Prather of the 175th Infantry Regiment .

MD National Guard said he served as an infantryman for nearly four years and was awarded the Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon & the National Defense Service Medal and Army Service Ribbon.


Arizona House passes 'pro-woman' bill that would ban biological males from competing on girls' teams

The Arizona House passed a “pro-woman” bill Tuesday that would ban biological males who identify as female from competing on girls’ sports teams.

Republican state Rep. Nancy Barto sponsored House Bill 2706, which would require a genetic test to prove the biological sex of a student. The bill passed along party lines after an hourslong debate, at a vote of 31-29.

“Shot puts are heavier for boys. Girls’ basketballs are smaller. It makes a difference,” Barto said. “This is a pro-woman bill. This is a bill to save women’s sports because, frankly, it won’t be saved if we don’t clarify the law.”


Republican State Legislators look to expand Hogan's power to fight crime

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WMAR) — Republicans in the Maryland State Legislature are proposing a bill to expand the power of Governor Larry Hogan to fight violent crime.

The bill specifically focuses on Hogan's powers to declare a Violent Crime Emergency which would allow the state to immediately respond and provide resources.

Senators specifically mentioned Baltimore when crafting the bill.

“There have been 52 murders in Baltimore City so far this year. We are more than halfway through this legislative session, and Rome is still burning,” said Senate Minority Leader J.B. Jennings. “The citizens of Baltimore don’t have the luxury of waiting for the legislature to compromise. Something has to be done now to restore law and order in Baltimore.”


EU politician tells Greta Thunberg to ‘go back to school’

An Italian politician took the opportunity to offer advice to 17-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg during a high-profile appearance at the European Union.

Member of the European Parliament Pietro Fiocchi told Thunberg, who was in the room that her "childhood was as precious as the climate," and she should consider returning to school during a meeting of the Environment Council at the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday.

"I would like to give an advice as a father gives an advice to a daughter — go back to school and go back to a normal life," Fiocchi said. "Your childhood is as precious as the climate, and if you don't do something about it, you will lose it forever."


Bill would require Maryland colleges to outline course-related fees

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland universities, colleges and community colleges would have to clearly outline free and lower-cost course materials, along with textbook and other fees associated with a course, in the institution’s catalog, per a bill under the Maryland General Assembly, should it pass.

The idea came out of a University of Maryland Student Government Association meeting, according to the group’s director of government affairs, Samay Kindra, who pitched the idea to the House sponsor of the bill, Delegate Vaughn Stewart, D-Montgomery.

“We’re not asking for money or anything, we’re asking for information,” Kindra, a senior international business and economics major at the University of Maryland, told Capital News Service last week.


Candidates endorsed by AOC flounder in Texas primary races

The two far-left candidates backed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost their primary elections in Texas on Tuesday.

Ocasio-Cortez announced last month that she would be supporting the primary contests of several democratic socialists running against establishment candidates. The New York Democrat endorsed Texas hopefuls Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez, a candidate for Senate, and Jessica Cisneros, a primary challenger to Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar.

Ramirez lost to the establishment-backed Senate candidate M.J. Hegar. Hegar, an Air Force veteran, was endorsed by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee to take on Republican Sen. John Cornyn. Ramirez came in third place in the primary with 13.3% of the vote. The divisive primary featured seven candidates who all received 5% or more of the vote.


DNC Scrambles To Change Debate Threshold After Gabbard Qualifies

On a CNN panel on Monday, host John King spoke with Politico reporter Alex Thompson about the possibility of Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard qualifying on Super Tuesday for the party’s primary debate in Phoenix later this month.
“I will note this, she’s from Hawaii,” King said of Gabbard.

“She’s a congresswoman from Hawaii; American Samoa votes on Super Tuesday. The rules as they now stand, if you get a delegate, you’re back in the debates. As of now. Correct?”

“Yeah, they haven’t, I mean, that’s been the rule for every single debate,” Thompson replied.

“And the DNC has not released their official guidance for the March 15 debate in Phoenix, but it would be very obvious that they are trying to cancel Tulsi, who they’re scared of a third party run, if they then change the rules to prevent her to rejoin the debate stage.”

And indeed, as the smoke clears from the Super Tuesday frenzy, this is precisely what appears to have transpired.


Several gun bills up for consideration in Annapolis

ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Gun legislation took center stage in Annapolis on Wednesday as a House committee heard several bills ranging from making theft of a handgun a felony to allowing nurses and firefighters to carry concealed weapons.

Unlike previous years, the gun legislation being heard does not restrict or do away with certain types of firearms.

"Baltimore firefighter met with gunshots helping someone in a car crash. Maryland firefighter shot by man who thought he was stopping a break-in," said firefighter John Merson.

Merson read news headlines to make his point that his job is dangerous, especially when off duty.


Gender-neutral bathroom closed after high school student arrested for sexual assault

A high school in Wisconsin shuttered its inclusive gender-neutral bathroom after an 18-year-old student was arrested for alleged sexual assault of a minor in the space.

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office said they arrested 18-year-old Austin Sauer for fourth-degree sexual assault, exposing his genitals, and child enticement at Rhinelander High School last week.

"This was not a random incident, as both students went into the bathroom voluntarily. The male student will no longer be able to be on school grounds, and the gender neutral bathroom is no longer available to students," superintendent Kelli Jacobi said.


Elizabeth Warren drops out of presidential race: Report

Elizabeth Warren, facing mounting pressure from the progressive flank of the Democratic Party, ended her presidential campaign on Thursday, according to the New York Times, after a dismal Super Tuesday performance in which she placed no higher than third in 14 nomination contests, including in her home state, Massachusetts.

The decision comes as the primary field, which once featured two dozen candidates, has winnowed down to a two-man race between Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 78, and former Vice President Joe Biden, 77. It's unclear whether Warren intends to endorse either candidate, both of whom have spoken with Warren since Super Tuesday ended.

It also follows similar moves by Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Mike Bloomberg, who exited the race earlier this week and rallied behind Biden, creating a formidable moderate opponent who can compete against Sanders and his grassroots juggernaut.

Charges Filed In Mid-Day Burglary Spree In Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — A local woman faces 24 total charges, including multiple counts of first-degree burglary, for an alleged break-in spree in the middle of the afternoon last Sunday.

Around 4 p.m. last Sunday, an Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officer responded to a residence on Sunset Drive for a reported breaking and entering that had already occurred. The officer arrived at the address and observed two units with broken windows and glass on the ground directly next to the front doors. In addition, one unit had an open window with the screen cut.

The officer met with a victim who lived in one of the units who told police he left his residence around 9:40 a.m., returned hours later and discovered the window was broken and someone had entered the unit and stolen various items, according to police reports.



GOP senator pushes to censure Chuck Schumer for threatening SCOTUS justices

Sen. Josh Hawley is introducing legislation to censure Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for saying that two Supreme Court justices “will pay the price” for voting against the wishes of abortion advocates.

Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, announced on Twitter Wednesday that he plans to introduce a motion to censure the New York Democrat for threatening Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. Hawley’s announcement follows a torrent of criticism toward Schumer for his comments, including from Chief Justice John Roberts.

"I would call on Schumer to apologize, but we all know he has no shame. So tomorrow I will introduce a motion to censure Schumer for his pathetic attempt at intimidation of #SupremeCourt," Hawley wrote.


Bill to expand Maryland sales tax is defeated

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WBFF) - Maryland lawmakers have defeated a bill that would expand the state sales tax, to help fund the Kirwan education plan.

"Given tremendous concern from the public and from small business owners, the Revenues Subcommittee voted unanimously to kill HB 1628, the proposal to expand the sales tax to cover most services," Del. Eric Luedtke, who sponsored the bill, said in a statement tonight. "Instead, we moved a smaller, well thought out package of revenue bills."

Business owners who had expressed concern about the tax expansion included real-estate agents.


Mother of San Bernardino terrorist to plead guilty to destroying evidence of plot that killed 14

The mother of one of the San Bernardino terrorists who killed 14 people and injured 22 others at a Christmas party in 2015 will plead guilty to destroying evidence later this month.

Rafia Sultana Shareef, also known as Rafia Farook, will plead guilty to destroying a map her son, Syed Rizwan Farook, allegedly drew to plan the shooting, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Central District of California.

"Shareef admitted that she knew her son had produced the documents, and she believed it was directly related to his planning on the IRC attack," her plea agreement claims.



Del. Wayne Hartman (R-Wicomico-Worcester) urged fellow lawmakers on Wednesday to pass legislation that would allow workers in high-risk professions — including firefighters, EMTS, probation officers, nurses and security guards at houses of worship — to carry handguns.

“This bill would require the secretary of the state police to issue a permit to carry, wear or transport a handgun to a person who meets certain requirements and is employed in certain professions. Those assumed-risk professions would be correctional officers, probation officers, firefighters, EMTs, rescue-squad members, security guards for churches and religious organizations, physicians, physician’s assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners,” Hartman said at a House Judiciary Committee hearing in Annapolis.

“Unfortunately, as times change, there has been many events that lead up to the need for this bill. In 2018 an off-duty correctional officer was killed on the street in Queens, New York. In 2016, a female correctional officer was killed in Brooklyn in a drive-by shooting. In Virginia, in 2019, a firefighter was killed on the night of Thanksgiving. She had just spent her Thanksgiving delivering Thanksgiving meals to the most unfortunate — only to be shot and killed that night while responding to a call.”


Trump calls for 'serious action' after Schumer says Supreme Court justices will 'pay the price' for abortion vote

President Trump suggested that Sen. Chuck Schumer should be arrested or removed from office after the Senate minority leader threatened two Supreme Court justices.

Schumer, a Democrat from New York, said on Wednesday that Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh would "pay the price" if they choose to uphold a Louisiana law that mandates abortion doctors be preapproved to check their patients into a nearby hospital. Both justices are Trump appointees.

"This is a direct & dangerous threat to the U.S. Supreme Court by Schumer. If a Republican did this, he or she would be arrested, or impeached. Serious action MUST be taken NOW!" Trump tweeted on Wednesday evening.


Elementary school clinic aide is jailed for five years for stealing students' Adderall pills and replacing them with other drugs including Benadryl

A Virginia elementary school clinic aide convicted of stealing students' ADHD prescription medications and replacing them with other drugs was sentenced on Monday to five years in prison.

Caitlin Poytress, 39, was working for Clover Hill Elementary School in Chesterfield in May 2019 when the school's registered nurse began to suspect she was tampering with student medications, according to a summary of evidence by a Chesterfield Assistant Commonwealth´s Attorney.

The nurse noticed pill bottles were out when they shouldn't have been, medications were missing from their normal locations and pill count logs showed unexplained changes and revisions, prosecutors alleged.


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GOOD NEWS! Former Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville Wins First Round — Will Face Failed AG Jeff Sessions in March 31 Runoff Election in Alabama

Former Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville won the most votes in the Alabama Republican primary for US Senate on Tuesday night.

Tuberville will face off against former Senator and turncoat Jeff Sessions, who gave America the Mueller investigation in a March 31 runoff election.

Democrat Rep. Bradley Byrne did was defeated tonight and placed third. He did not qualify for the runoff.