He’s the black Rush Limbaugh with a badge.

And he could make his way into the U.S. Senate.

This one move just made his chances a lot more likely.

Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch just announced that she will not be running against Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke.

For months conservatives have been cheering about the prospect of Clarke moving from his position as possible the best Sherriff in country to the U.S. Senate.

Sherriff Clarke caught conservative’s eyes after coming out aggressively against Barack Obama and Black Lives Matter, and in support of Trump.

In a Hannity interview last year, Clarke had this to say:

“On the Dec. 28 edition of Hannity, guest host Kimberly Guilfoyle said, “Sheriff Clarke, always great to see you, too. We have numbers here. Chicago murders since 2009 — 3,904 lives lost, and these numbers come from the Chicago police department. It’s unbelievable. It’s a war right here on our streets in this country.”

Sheriff Clarke said, “And Black Lives Matter is nowhere to be found. Is it January 20th? Is it close to January 20th? Can we buy the remaining time he [Obama] has left? Can we buy him out like buying out a contract?”

“This guy [Obama] has continually, continually for eight years rubbed the stain of slavery, rubbed white peoples’ nose in the stain of slavery,” said Clarke. “He’s done it for eight years.”

“He’s about 150 years removed from slavery,” said the sheriff. “Nobody said forget about it, but you have to be able to move on at some point. And he will not allow America to do that.”

So what do you think?  Would Sherriff Clarke be a welcomed addition to the U.S. Senate?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.