Kid Rock Already in Political Battle with Opponent, ‘We the People are sick and tired of their bulls***’

Kid Rock has ‘been in the race’ for senate just one day and his opponent is taking jabs at him already.

Just the other day we published Rock had announced his bid in the race for Michigan’s senate seat.

Kid Rock seems to be prepping for a potential run after the rocker launched a new website titled ‘Kid Rock for Senate’ this week.

“Stay tuned, I will have a major announcement in the near future,” the 46-year-old musician tweeted out on Wednesday.

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Rock also revealed the name of what looks to be his new campaign website via twitter, and reassured his fans it was him behind the curtain.

Now his opponent, is taking jabs.

Via Hannity: According to Detroit News, the senator slammed Rock’s entry in to the race, saying he was better “at guitar,” but wasn’t a serious politician. The rapper fired back, saying he would be the voice for “tax paying, hardworking Americans.”

“I concede she is better at playing politics than I am so I’ll keep doing what I do best, which is being a voice for tax paying, hardworking AMERICANS and letting politicians like her know that We the People are sick and tired of their bulls***!” said Kid Rock.

Criticism of Rock’s senate bid echo similar comments made about President Trump, with many calling his entry in to the republican primary a “publicity stunt.”

“President Trump was thought to be more of a publicity stunt prior to him pulling the trigger on the 2016 presidential race. So I think it’s possible that with the election of Trump we see more of this,” said a Political Science professor from Oakland University.

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