Donald Trump isn’t just fighting the Democrats to pass his agenda.
RINO Senators are blocking his efforts to repeal Obamacare and build the wall.
But these backstabbing traitors just got the worst news of their lives.
Former Trump Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has been meeting with primary challengers to incumbent Republican senators.
He’s looking to back pro-Trump candidates to take down RINOs who betrayed Trump and the GOP voters who sent them to Washington.
Bannon has already endorsed Judge Roy Moore in the Alabama senate runoff.
And polls show Moore is poised to defeat Luther Strange, the Mitch McConnell backed incumbent.
Bannon has also met with Danny Tarkanian, who is going up against Nevada’s Dean Heller as well as Dr. Kelli Ward who is challenging #NeverTrump deadender Jeff Flake.
But Bannon and other Trump allies are also looking at challengers for Tennessee’s Bob Corker and Mississippi’s Roger Wicker.
“The anti-incumbent effort could dramatically reshape the 2018 primary landscape if it materializes. It would pit a group of pro-Trump primary challengers against sitting lawmakers who are perceived as more mainstream.
Two other senators could come under attack. Behind the scenes, Bannon has proposed the possibility of targeting Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker, and those close to the former Trump chief strategist are talking about the prospect of a challenge to Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker.
Corker had long been considered a Trump ally and had been in the mix to become secretary of state, but has since angered the president’s supporters with recent comments in which he questioned Trump’s competence. Shortly after Bannon left the White House and returned to Breitbart last month, the site published a story promoting a potential Corker challenger, state Sen. Mark Green. The site has also hyped the possibility that state Sen. Chris McDaniel, a tea party favorite, will take on Wicker.”
Opposing Trump has proven to be poison for RINO Senators.
In addition to polls showing Ward leading Flake, a JMC Analytics poll found Tarkanian with an 8 point leader over Heller.
These poll numbers have spooked other establishment Republicans and have at least one of the Trump allies’ targets contemplating retirement.
Politico reports Corker is considering retirement:
“Republicans close to Corker said he is legitimately on the fence about running again. The 65-year-old former businessman and mayor of Chattanooga is weighing how much of an impact he could make in a third term versus what he could accomplish outside the Capitol.
He’s also considering whether to make what is essentially a seven-year commitment to the chamber, including what would be a yearlong battle to keep his seat. While Tennessee is a deep red state, the deal-making Corker is likely to face a primary challenge if he runs for reelection.
“After spending a lifetime in business, I ran for mayor of Chattanooga as a civic endeavor, and I continue to do what I do because I wholeheartedly believe in public service. That approach allows me to truly throw myself into the job and make decisions based on what I believe is best for Tennessee and our country without thinking about the next election or the next potential opportunity,” Corker said.”
Republican voters are sending a clear message – if you want to stay in office you must support Trump’s agenda.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in these races.