There’s an old saying, ” All Politics is Local.”
It’s likely one can’t get more local than a man’s wallet to his rear and or a woman’s tightly held purse.
They know full well that their money no longer buys what it once did before the progressive/socialist ideas of Barack Hussein Obama.
Listen to the crowd of 32,000 at Mr. Trumps campaign, this is not just a phenomena, it’s a movement of We the People who are so fed up with lying politicians on both sides of the aisle who continue to fail the oath of office each took when elected to be our representatives in Washington.
They have forgotten they work for us, not the other way around.
No doubt following Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) others will add their name to what will be a continuing list of those who support Donald Trump.
Donald Trump received his first Senate endorsement at a rally Sunday evening in Alabama, just two days before Super Tuesday.
By Sarah Ferris
February 28, 2016
In a surprise appearance in Huntsville, Ala., Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions delivered a long-anticipated endorsement just ahead of his home state’s primary
“I am pleased to endorse Donald Trump for president,” Sessions said to a crowd that Trump described as the “biggest crowd of the political season,” tallied at about 32,000.
“I told Donald Trump, this isn’t a campaign, this a movement,” the Alabama senator and Tea Party favorite said to wild applause upon taking the stage.
“I believe that the movement is afoot, that must not fade away. It has the potential to have the American people’s voices heard for a change.”
Sessions’s endorsement is the latest sign that Trump’s candidacy is gaining momentum within the GOP’s establishment.
He spoke for just a few minutes before ceding the stage to the front-runner.
Trump received his first two congressional endorsements last week, as well as the backing of two Republican governors — most notably, former GOP presidential rival Chris Christie of New Jersey.
Sessions has for months hinted at supporting Trump, and inched closer to an endorsement this week, when he said Trump could beat Hillary Clinton.