The leader of the United States Chamber of Commerce’s Alabama lobbying affiliate is reportedly considering jumping in the state’s U.S. Senate race against Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), who has been endorsed by former President Trump.
Katie Boyd Britt, the president and CEO of the Chamber’s Business Council of Alabama, is “all-but assured jump into the race in June,” according to sources who spoke to CNN. Britt (pictured) also served as Sen. Richard Shelby’s (R-AL) chief of staff.
Britt’s entering the race, the CNN report indicates, would be to boost the agenda of the Chamber of Commerce which has consistently advocated for mass immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens to benefit corporate interests.
Donald Trump Jr. called Britt “the Alabama Liz Cheney” in a post online:
— Donald Trump Jr.