During a Fox News interview recently, former NFL player and vocal Christian Tim Tebow was asked if he'd consider going into politics.
Tebow didn't seem immediately interested in the idea, but said,"If there's a chance [I] can make a difference someday in something, then that would be intriguing."
Well, now his time may have come.
According to the Washington Examiner, their sister site Red Alert Politics called on Tebow to run for retiring Florida Rep. Ander Crenshaw's seat in the 4th Congressional District, saying, "He would bring a focus on fighting for the less fortunate and using creative solutions to eradicate poverty. He would also bring millennial appeal — and the right kind of millennial appeal. Tebow's non-political accomplishments allow him to say things politicians couldn't about culture and character. He would shake up the political establishment and would have no ties to special interests."
Republican sources say they are reaching out to Tebow and assembling a potential campaign team.
GOP communications strategist Ron Bonjean said, "If he were to become the Republican nominee, he would be a shoo-in because it is a safe Republican seat."
What do you think of this?