I think that the left is holding her up as the second coming of Hillary Clinton, but Lord knows we don't even need the first one.
Curt Schilling, known for his prolific Major League Baseball career and controversial political beliefs, is considering running for Senate in Massachusetts against Elizabeth Warren.
"I think she's a nightmare," he told Boston radio station WRKO.
Schilling is a Donald Trump supporter, though he said he's displeased with how he "has projected himself."
He was sued after his video game studio, 38 Studios, went under and lost $75 million in loans from Rhode Island, Yahoo Sports reports.
He was also fired from his job at ESPN as a baseball analyst in April after sharing a Facebook post that attacked LGBT rights during the controversy over bathrooms.
The post was deleted, but here's a screenshot. (Maybe NSFW)
However, he's also beloved by Boston Red Sox fans who remember him pitching in the World Series despite a torn tendon in his leg, leading to the "bloody sock" game against the New York Yankees.
Warren is an outspoken critic of Trump, so a race against Schilling could get intense.
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