Is Kid Rock running for US Senate? Tweet hints at it

Kid Rock Hints at Senate Run with Launch of Campaign Website			Carlo Allegri  Invision  AP		by Daniel Nussbaum12 Jul 20170		12 Jul 2017		12 Jul 2017

He added in a second tweet: "Stay tuned, I will have a major announcement in the near future".

Kid Rock, the "Bawitdaba" and "Cowboy" rapper, is apparently running for the U.S. Senate. This was also announced on Fox & Friends during their live Thursday morning show. The Democrat also tweeted she and Rock share a love of music, adding "I concede he's better at playing the guitar and I'll keep doing what I do best: fighting for MI".

If he's serious about the run, Rock would face incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow for the MI seat that's up for election in 2018. "Can't see you getting into politics".

A banner image features the "All Summer Long" singer sitting in a star-spangled arm chair with a stuffed deer in front of a trophy case. A portrait of George Washington is hung on the wall behind it.

The album that made Kid Rock Kid Rock (his real name is Robert Ritchie) is Devil Without a Cause. His music label, Warner Bros Records, also posted a website offering sales of Kid Rock for U.S. Senate merchandise. The musician is hinting at a U.S. Senate campaign. Others will mumble: "Well, at least it's not Ted Nugent". The website has a picture of Rock in a plush office and slogans including "Party to the People" and "Are You Scared?".

Though implausible, a run has a certain sort of warped logic suited an era in which the man who once ran the Miss Universe empire sits in the Oval Office.

After all, Ritchie has been a vocal Donald Trump supporter, including selling shirts, some of which say "_onald Trump, The "D" is missing because it's in every haters mouth" and "God, Guns, and Trump". He looks to be running for the seat for MI.

It seems Proud Resister has a different take on the musician's run for a Senate seat.

Kid Rock performed with the legendary Rev. Because electing an out of touch celebrity is working wonders for America right now. He's previously said he's a Republican with middle-of-the-road social views, meaning he's not a fan of gay marriage or abortion, but doesn't oppose either. "I'll bet you he would generate as much excitement as Trump did", he told the paper in February.

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