Despite the fact that Republicans have lost a Senate seat and therefore gained yet another excuse to not get anything done, I would like to look at the positive things that come with this election loss. Yes, even in defeat, there can be positive takeaways and even teachable moments. This election loss serves that purpose as well.
This is the first time a Democrat has won a Senate race in Alabama in 25 years. Due to that, it’s expected for the Democrats (and the RINOs) to celebrate this momentous occasion. In what was likely going to be a tough battle for Doug Jones to win (and it was), the Left finally has something to be happy about in over a year.
Doug Jones defeated Roy Moore by 1.5% of the vote. And even with that, there are positive and negative things to take away. Some of the negatives include the obvious such as the fact that the Democrat defeated the Republican. But a key negative to take away (which won’t be too much of a negative and I’ll explain in one second why that is) is the fact that the Left will now use the sexual assault tactic on every single race, including the 2020 Presidential race (and possibly every race from here until it no longer works).
With Moore’s defeat, the Left has convinced themselves that the way to defeat their opponents is through sexual assault allegations. Nothing else in their playbook has worked out for them and they have lost significant election after significant election until last Tuesday’s election. This is a strategy that almost everyone knew about and could see through. Time and time again, I’ve mentioned how, with all of the sexual assault allegations made against multiple people on both ends of the political spectrum (mainly the Left), allegations made against people on the Right are most likely to be bogus and a political strategy.
I’ve mentioned how it’s ridiculous that the allegations made against Roy Moore are uncovered only when he’s running in an important election. Those allegations were decades old but only now the supposed victims are coming forward? These are the kinds of arguments I’ve been making for Roy Moore. And it seems as though I had been fighting harder for Moore’s case than he was.
Before we move on to what I believe to be the biggest reason Moore lost the election, I want to finally explain to you why this negative – that the Left will use sexual assault as a political weapon in every forthcoming election – isn’t as much of a negative as you might think. In fact, this strategy likely won’t work in many cases.
We’ve established that facts really don’t matter to people. That feelings are what counts, unfortunately. We’ve known that these allegations were all bogus and fake. But that didn’t matter much to the people of Alabama… well, to enough people. As an Alabama voter, the facts mattered in this case and, as you can see, I didn’t buy into the fake news of his detailed sexual past. But enough of my fellow voters were either convinced the allegations were true or, and this brings me to my next point, that Roy Moore was too defensive on it and didn’t have the willingness or strategic idea to go on the offensive.
That, I believe, was one of the reasons Moore lost. He never fought back against the Left. Yes, he denied the allegations and called the “victims” liars (because they are). But that’s all he did. He didn’t hit back at the Left. He only played defense.
I don’t know if he thought the election was guaranteed to go to him or what, but he made the mistake of not going to the jugular against his opponent and the Left. He didn’t finish the job he should’ve done.
He did right in defending himself from the allegations and saying they’re not true, but that’s not enough. Among the many, many reasons Trump won in 2016 is that he didn’t just play defense. Every Republican plays defense. But few of them play offense.
Trump didn’t just allow the Left to hit him with bogus claims of racism, sexism and bigotry. He didn’t just sit back and watch as he was called an idiot and “unfit for office” time and time again. No, he went on social media and on the campaign trail and tore the Left and the fake news a new one. He punched back ten times harder. He called out the fake news for constantly lying about him. But perhaps more importantly, he called out his direct opponents. He identified Ted Cruz as a liar. He identified Hillary Clinton as a crook. And, even though Trump never directly ran against Bernie, he made sure to call the lunatic socialist Bernie Sanders “Crazy Bernie”.
Had Roy Moore taken a page from Trump’s book on how to defeat the Left, he would’ve attacked Doug Jones for his hateful viewpoints. Most significantly: Jones’s belief that aborting a baby at any point during pregnancy is right.
You don’t even have to go further with anything. Moore could’ve just given Jones the moniker of “Baby Killer Doug” or “Murderer Doug Jones” or something to that extent. But he didn’t. The Democrat Party won last Tuesday in the same manner they had been winning in the last couple of decades. They attacked the Republican candidate and the Republican candidate defended himself but never switched to offense.
He never attacked Doug Jones for his disgusting beliefs. He never attacked the Left for what they are: hateful and dangerous. Yes, he fought back against the allegations, but he didn’t fight back against the individuals (aside from the “victims”) that spread lies about him day in and day out for months.
Had he switched to offense and called out Jones for what he is: a baby killer, and had he called out the whole of the Left for what they are: hateful and dangerous, he easily could’ve won. That’s one of the bigger reasons I think Moore lost (perhaps the biggest reason) and that’s one of the reasons this strategy of using sexual assault allegations against Republicans won’t work out in a lot of cases.
Of course, that’s all depending on one single variable: how willing is the Republican candidate to fight back against the allegations and utterly destroy his opposition? How willing is he to switch on to offense?
Trump is very willing to do that, that’s why he won. He also had sexual assault allegations made against him shortly before the 2016 race. He’s still being targeted for it in preparation for the 2018 mid-terms and, more importantly, the 2020 presidential election. But I’m confident Trump will win, at least in 2020 (I know I said I was confident Roy Moore would win, but looking over at things, I see one massive difference between him and Trump). Trump is a fighter. He will fight back against everything thrown at him and will throw some things back at his opposition.
What other Republicans need to do is follow Trump’s tactic of good defense, but a far better offense. Before this “sexual assault” card was the prominent tactic by the Left, the race card was king. All the Left needed to do was brand any Republican a racist and they’d either apologize for it or defend themselves but seldom, if ever, switch to offense.
Republicans tend to want to fight in the realm of ideas. Democrats don’t. Why? Because fighting in that realm, Democrats will lose 100% of the time. Almost every single one of their ideas suck and will amount to the increase of the size of the government and the reduction of people’s freedoms. Due to this, Democrats fight in the realm of feelings. And feelings are a big factor in today’s world.
A man can “feel” like he’s a woman and all of a sudden he has every right in the world to use women’s restrooms. Someone can “feel” like every religion in the world is equal and that they’re all true. Someone can “feel” like the fact that it gets hot in the summer and cold in the winter is due to Climate Change and that we have something to do with that.
Facts and logic don’t matter in the least to the Left. Due to that, they’re able to sell people that Trump is a racist for wanting to build a wall even though that has nothing to do with race. They’re able to sell people that Trump and Moore are both sexual assaulters even though no solid evidence is presented and sometimes, like with the infamous yearbook, evidence is forged and faked.
Because a lot of people don’t use their brain, they believe these things because they “feel” like they’re true and thus believe it’s unequivocally and utterly true.
The good news is that we’re not at a point where most people believe this garbage. In fact, most people DON’T believe this garbage. But when these accusations are thrown at someone and that someone either doesn’t fight back or fights back but not strongly enough to switch to offense, that turns off voters.
Personally, I was enthusiastic to support Roy Moore, but clearly not enough people were as enthusiastic. According to the Washington Post, 12 counties that previously voted for Trump flipped and went to Doug Jones. Of course, we have to account for the fact that plenty of Democrats didn’t vote in 2016, but that hardly matters. Had Moore campaigned in much the same way Trump did throughout the country, he could’ve easily retained those counties that flipped and soundly defeated Jones.
People weren’t enthusiastic to vote for Hillary. People weren’t enthusiastic enough to vote for Moore. They both lost as a result. Now, I’m not saying that people were more enthusiastic to vote for Jones, but enthusiasm is a big factor if you want to win any election.
Truth be told, had the Left not gone after Roy Moore at all, or at least to the extent and intensity that they did, I probably wouldn’t have voted in this election. I would never vote Democrat, so Jones was never going to get my vote. But if the Left hadn’t attacked Moore as much as they did, I might not have voted for him either.
Part of the reason I voted for Moore is that I didn’t want the Left to get a significant victory or for them to think that this strategy is one they can use in future elections. I knew Moore was conservative, but he himself didn’t get me enthused to vote for him. The Left did.
Regardless, Doug Jones won fair and square and I won’t deny the results of the election. And while the Left drives further into the insanity bubble they live in and believe that this election will mean the end of Trump, I will continue to make the case for why this could very well end up being like Scott Brown during Obama’s first year in office.
Brown was a Republican who won in a deep blue state (Massachusetts) and Republicans thought it was going to be the end of Obama. Brown wound up being defeated by Elizabeth Warren a few years later and Obama obliterated his opposition in his re-election efforts.
Surely, the Left will believe this means the beginning of the end for Trump. And I can’t wait to dismantle their arguments.
“’I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.’”
We all knew something like this had to happen eventually. With the Alabama Senate election taking place tomorrow, the sexual assault allegations were going to regain focus. Especially the allegations by the only woman who offered any tangible “evidence” against Moore.
There were really three possible outcomes for this story: Beverly Young Nelson releasing her yearbook for independent handwriting analysis, Nelson deciding against talking about it further before the election (which was the least likely to happen), or Nelson admitting that it’s fake.
And lo and behold, the lattermost option is the case.
Beverly Young Nelson has admitted that she forged a portion of the yearbook, officially discrediting her and her so-called “evidence”. Now, a Leftist could ask: “It’s just a portion! Why does this discredit her evidence if the rest is not forged?”
That’s the thing: we don’t know if it’s all forged. But if only a little bit of it is forged, it severely weakens this piece of evidence and the accuser. If a part of it is forged, how do we know if the rest isn’t forged as well? Lying never helps in a court case such as this. If you’ve been assaulted, why would you lie about anything? That’s what discredits Nelson. There was no reason to lie if what happened is the truth.
But still, something as clear as water goes right over ABC News’ head. ABC News had the opportunity to interview Nelson about the yearbook.
In the interview, ABC News reporter Tom Llamas asks in a rather strange way about the yearbook. “Beverly, he signed your yearbook”, Llamas said, prompting Nelson to reply with: “He did sign it.” Llamas then says: “And you made some notes underneath”, with Nelson replying: “Yes.”
Does that sound like he’s essentially leading Nelson on what to say and admit? The MSM has a very specific way to phrase things to drive their narrative. And that interview definitely sounds like one of the ways the MSM drives their narrative.
And what’s most puzzling, at least to the regular viewer, is that the segment is rather short and they quickly move on from it as though it’s not a big deal.
Of course, it IS a big deal, so I understand why they want to basically bury it under the rug as fast as possible. It’s still news so they still have to talk about it but they definitely tried to downplay it and pretend it was nothing of interest before moving on to something that doesn’t almost completely destroy the narrative against Roy Moore.
Worse still, Breitbart tells us: “Early reports are that Nelson and Allred (Nelson’s attorney) will produce an expert to prove the rest of the yearbook is not a forgery. So a proven forger is bringing in her own expert.”
That’s the equivalent of Hillary Clinton hiring her own investigator to look into her e-mail scandal or the Uranium One deal. An insider investigator will hold as much credibility as Nelson herself.
And you have to ask: “Why hire your own investigator? Why not allow an independent handwriting analyst to analyze the yearbook? Why bring this up FOUR DAYS BEFORE THE ALABAMA SENATE ELECTION? And more importantly, WHY LIE?!”
You see, it’s the last question that will likely seal victory for Roy Moore. Plenty of Alabama voters, including yours truly, already didn’t believe Nelson or any of the other accusers in the first place. One of them presents tangible evidence but then, 4 days before the election, admits that it’s not entirely truthful (and very well could be entirely dishonest). That destroys her accusations and arguments completely.
The funny thing is that, earlier in the interview, she says that “God knows, and Roy knows and I know what happened.” Well, at least THAT is a rather honest statement. Of course God knows, He knows EVERYTHING. Of course Roy knows, IT INVOLVES HIM. And of course she knows, SHE’S THE ONE LYING TO THE PUBLIC.
So God, Roy and Nelson all know what happened and they all know she’s lying. She knew from the beginning that the yearbook was forged. I knew since she brought it up (and learned a good deal about it) that the yearbook was forged. If you remember, the yearbook is signed “Roy Moore D.A.”, but Roy Moore wasn’t the District Attorney at the time he allegedly sexually assaulted her.
Beyond that, Breitbart reminds us that Nelson has a reason to lie about Roy. That as circuit judge, Roy “ruled against her in a 1999 divorce case.”
Breitbart also reminds us that the other two accusers: Leigh Corfman and Tina Johnson have reasons to be discredited and not believed. Corfman claims that, after Moore allegedly molested her when she was 14-years-old, she began to live a troubled life of “drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt.” The reason she’s not believed is that contemporaneous court records (records that existed at the same time of the alleged molestation) contradict her statement, saying that she had discipline problems before the time of the alleged molestation and that her “disciplinary problem has improved greatly”, according to documents from 1980, a year after the alleged molestation took place.
So Corfman herself has a big hole in her story. What about Johnson? She claims that Moore once “groped her butt in his office in 1991.” According to Breitbart: “She was not in Moore’s office ‘on business’”, but rather she was in his office “due to a bitter custody battle where Moore represented Johnson’s mother, who was trying to gain custody of Johnson’s 12-year-old son based on the claim that Johnson was an ‘unfit, absent, and unstable mother.’”
So she has her own reasons, like Nelson, to lie about Roy Moore, thus discrediting her accusation as well, or at the very least creating a cloud of doubt about her own story. And she has to prove her accusations beyond reasonable doubt, which she can't.
Regardless, it just seems funny that, four days before the Senate election, Nelson admits she lied and her evidence is forged. It’s even funnier that ABC News made it seem like the revelation was no big deal.
It really makes you think, and even confirms some people’s suspicions, that this was all a sham and a political effort and strategy by the Democrats. None of the accusers have solid and TRUTHFUL evidence or accounts against Moore. Knowing that, and the fact that Moore’s opponent Doug Jones basically made himself known to be a racist with a strategy about “if Moore were a black pedophile, would we consider electing him?” as though race has anything to do with this just further cements my confidence that Roy Moore will handily win the election.
And what makes me happier is that yet another Democrat effort to destroy a conservative figure in politics will have failed. More so, since this has been a months-long effort to destroy the judge that will likely end in failure.
“No weapon that is fashioned against you shall succeed, and you shall refute every tongue that rises against you in judgment. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord and their vindication from me, declares the Lord.”
One rather major theme this past year has been that the media wishes to portray Trump as a very unpopular and toxic president. That whoever he endorses in elections would be destined to lose, simply because of such an endorsement. However, this past weekend, an ABC network analyst, Cokie Roberts, admitted that “it will be hard to defeat [Moore] in the general election.”
Here’s specifically what she said: “[Trump] doesn’t have to go to Alabama. He’s done plenty for Roy Moore. Moore can put it in his ads, which he’s doing. He’s clearly got the endorsement of President Trump. Without the endorsement of President Trump, he won the primary. I think with the endorsement of President Trump, it will be hard to defeat him in the general election.”
Now THAT I did not see coming. A network analyst for a major fake news source admits that Trump’s endorsement of Moore makes it more difficult for the Democrat candidate to win? THEY NEVER DO THESE KINDS OF THINGS!
In the Left’s own little world, they assume every Democrat candidate everwhere is going to win either in a rather close race or a landslide victory. So for one of these people to admit that TRUMP’S endorsement of a Republican candidate makes things HARDER for Democrats is shocking.
Now, I do agree that Trump’s endorsement of Moore certainly helps. But even without it, I’m entirely confident Moore will defeat his opponent, Doug Jones.
Why? A couple of reasons, actually.
First, with the constant attacks against Moore, all the attention of the voters in Alabama has gone to him. Fake allegation after fake allegation, conservative voters in Alabama are doing with Moore what American voters have been doing with Trump: get even closer to him.
Trump proved himself to be a massive threat to the Left, resulting in the onslaught of attacks made against him before and after the elections. Every time they’ve attacked him, his base and supporters have only grown closer to him. We see the same with Moore.
Moore is proving himself to be a massive threat to the Left as well. In their desire to destroy him, they’ve only made him more powerful. Truth be told, before the allegations, I still would’ve voted for him simply because he’s a Christian and conservative. But now, I’m PASSIONATE about voting for him. And that’s simply because the Left made it known that they do not want him in Congress. And if the Left doesn’t want him in Congress this badly, I WANT HIM IN CONGRESS JUST AS BADLY!
But that’s only one of the reasons I think he’ll beat Doug Jones.
The second reason is that Alabama is a very Christian state. Christians tend to not be in favor of abortion or those who promote or accept abortion. Doug Jones believes that abortion should be an option until A BABY IS BORN!
Meaning that at any point in the 9 month pregnancy, Doug Jones believes it’s ok to kill the child. Even though a fetus can survive outside of its mother’s womb after 5 or 6 months, even then it doesn’t have a right to life according to Jones.
This very issue can boil any Christian’s blood. And as I’ve told you in the past, 86% of people in Alabama as of 2014 identify as Christian. It would be insanely difficult for anyone to run on “I think killing babies inside the womb at any point in time is ok” in Alabama and win a majority vote. Alabama is LIGHT YEARS away from California by that standard.
Now, I can see why Cokie Roberts believes it’s difficult to defeat Moore. Aside from Trump’s endorsement, Moore is basically the Senatorial candidate version of Trump. They both believe in many of the same things and hope to achieve many of the same things in their positions. They both want to Make America Great Again in every way they possibly can.
They both have been viciously attacked by the Left and the fake news media. They both have passionate supporters behind them due to those very attacks. They both wish to drain the swamp. They both want to Make America OURS Again.
They both have faced Establishment opposition who wish to maintain the status quo and keep America for themselves. They both seek to defeat said opposition at every turn they can.
Cokie Roberts is entirely right (something I thought I’d never say of someone from a fake news network). It will be very difficult for Democrats to win in Alabama. But that’s nothing new. Like I said in a previous article, Alabama has voted solidly Republican since Reagan. For the longest time, Democrats have had a difficult time winning in Alabama. It’s no different now.
Of course, I can’t see into the future. I can’t definitely tell you that Moore will win. But I personally have no doubt that he’s in prime position to win. Of course, the GOP will likely look to expel him and deny Alabama voters their preferred candidate, but that’s an issue to tackle after the election.
And I can assure you, I will be on top of that when and if it happens.
But for now, I shall enjoy the fact that even someone from a fake news source comes to the realization that the Democrats will likely experience yet another loss in a significant election.
1 John 5:4
“For everyone who has been born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world – our faith.”
One month before the Alabama Senatorial election, Judge Roy Moore has been bashed for the allegations that he pursued inappropriate relationships with minors, including a sexual assault case of a 16-year-old girl.
Not only has the Left bashed him (after creating the allegations), but even Republicans are bashing him. Senate Republicans such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sen. John McCain have called for Roy Moore to quit the race. Worst of all, Sen. Cory Gardner, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said he would expel Moore from the Senate if elected. Basically, Alabama voters don’t matter to him and he’s going to expel a man that has yet to be proven to have done something wrong.
And what’s interesting is that the MSM has also been trying to separate Trump from Moore, essentially isolating the Alabama Judge. It’s obviously the Divide and Conquer strategy.
About a week ago, CNN wrote a story titled: “White House: If allegations against Moore are true, he should step aside.”
In the story, they quote things that Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Alyssa Farah, the VP’s press secretary, have said the leaders of the country’s opinions are on Moore. Huckabee Sanders said: “Like most Americans, the President believes we cannot allow a mere allegation, in this case one from many decades ago, to destroy a person’s life. The President also believes that if these allegations are true, Judge Moore will do the right thing and step aside.”
Farah has said that the Vice President “found the allegations in the story disturbing and believes, if true, this would disqualify anyone from serving in office.”
I agree with the POTUS and VPOTUS. If the allegations are true, he should step aside. The problem is EVERYONE ELSE IS THROWING HIM UNDER THE BUS WITHOUT ANY EVIDENCE OF MISDEEDS!
Cory Gardner has already decided that he’ll ignore the will of the Alabama voters and will expel Moore if elected. No evidence. No actual case, unlike Bob Menendez, who is actually ON TRIAL for sexual misconduct. No, it doesn’t matter. The media says he’s a pedophile perv, so he must be a pedophile perv and simply can’t be allowed a Senate seat.
Meanwhile, there’s plenty of evidence about Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct (and I say misconduct to put it lightly), and he was allowed to serve two full terms as President and is walking free. Why? Because he’s a Democrat. Granted, he’s been talked about negatively in recent time by the Left, but it’s mainly to further their own goals.
They’re throwing Bill under the bus NOW because they want to start focusing on Trump and the allegations made against him. Rush Limbaugh has said that it’s so that the Left can occupy the moral high ground while further accusing Trump of sexual misconduct. I don’t think that’s all of it.
They’re throwing Bill under the bus because he’s outlived his usefulness for the Democrat Party. Both Clintons have. So they’re trying to apologize for defending him so that when the time comes to further attack Trump on sexual assault, they’ll have the moral high ground. But beyond that, it’s also testing out a play in the Democrat Party playbook that, so far, appears to be working.
What do I mean? Look at the comments made by Republicans and Democrats. Democrats hate Moore and Republicans are abandoning him; questioning him. If Moore loses the election, the Left will credit the sexual assault allegations and use them on other conservatives because they’ve seen that it works.
They’ll also use it against Trump. The Washington Post is already looking to do that. A couple of days ago, they released an article titled: “If Republicans believe Roy Moore’s accusers, why not Trump’s?”
There it is! That’s the big story they want to get into! If the Left sees that they can defeat Moore with these allegations, they will allege that EVERY Republican who wants to run for any sort of office (and is conservative, not Establishment) is also a sex offender.
As a reminder, Trump also faced sexual assault allegations three weeks before the election. This isn’t a new play. But they’re doing something different here: they’re going even stronger at Moore with more and more allegations. Not only that, but they also see Moore as a big threat that’s easier to deal with.
He’s not running for President. He’s running for Senate. And while it’s a lower office, it still holds value. That one vote is one vote closer to passing the Trump agenda. The Make America Great Again agenda. The Left simply can’t allow it. So, they’re going even harder at Moore with these allegations than they did with Trump.
And it seems as though it might just work. Cory Gardner, a name that will now be associated with treason to the American people, couldn’t keep Trump from becoming President, but he CAN keep Moore from becoming Senator… at least as a Republican.
Gardner wants the election to be made null and void if Moore wins. Meaning that Alabama Governor Kay Ivey will have to hold a special election, starting the election process all over. But that doesn’t mean Moore will be defeated. He can still run as an Independent. And if he does that, he can run on “The Republican Party has betrayed you, Alabama. You wanted me, but they denied your will. Show them that you’re voting for America First, not Republican First!”, or something along those lines.
But that’s a bridge that we’ll cross when we get there. For now, I want to tell you why I think Roy Moore is innocent: because this is far too convenient for the Left.
I’ve said this before, but really think about it. These allegations are about events that happened DECADES AGO! And yet, we’re only NOW hearing about them? Five women have come forward, and the Left has made sure to capitalize on it, saying that people “knew” about Moore’s misdeeds for a long time. That’s eerily similar to the Harvey Weinstein case. Hollywood people knew about his misdeeds but the story didn’t come out until this year. And you’re telling me Moore is the same as Harvey?
And don’t give me that “he’s a powerful man so he thought he could get away with it” b.s. These accusations are about what happened 40 or so years ago. Back then, he wasn’t a judge. Not even close. He was an Assistant District Attorney for Etowah County, Alabama from 1977-1982. He was a nobody back then, so why not bring these accusations to light back then?
There’s no evidence of Moore’s misdeeds, only allegations. But no one is giving him the benefit of the doubt. Because he’s a Republican (and dangerous to the Left), the Left needs to destroy him. Because he’s a Republican, other Republicans have to pretend to hold the moral high ground and pretentiously declare that he should step aside, regardless of whether or not the allegations are true.
Let me tell you, if Gardner really goes through with deciding the election for the people of Alabama, the Republican Party is as good as dead. The Moore allegations have made national news. His expulsion from Senate, if he wins, will also make national news. Therefore, the Republican Party’s betrayal of the voters in Alabama will make national news as well.
The GOP has been on thin ice for a very long time. Ignoring the will of the voters will utterly shatter that ice and ultimately kill the Republican Party. It will show that they can’t be trusted. Other than Establishment socialists, who would run for the Republican Party after that? Conservatives would look to form their own political party and win with that. It would likely mean Democrat victories for some time, but it’s worth it to see the GOP be torn to shreds. Eventually, a new conservative candidate would be voted into office.
That would mean the absolute end of the GOP’s relevance in politics. Not that Gardner cares. He’s more than ok with Democrats winning for centuries if it means defeating a conservative such as Roy Moore.
Do you want to know why I think Roy Moore is innocent? Because he’s not the big target here. He’s just a test dummy. The Left is testing their “sexual assault” play to use against other conservatives. The allegations don’t have to be true, but enough people have to believe they are. That’s how they win.
Normally, one Senate seat wouldn’t matter so much. So why does this one matter so much? Because it will keep the Left from achieving their ultimate goal: completely defeat Donald Trump. One more vote for the Trump agenda means one less person sabotaging it.
Roy Moore is innocent because he’s being targeted by the Left and the RINOs too much for it to be believable. They are evil psychopaths. Why would I believe anything they say? Beyond that, why would I come around to thinking they’re right just because more women show up and say Moore did stuff to them? Telling a lie over and over again doesn’t make it true.
And yet, we’re supposed to believe these women NOW when Moore presents such a threat to the Left? When it’s NECESSARY for the Left to attack him? No, I, along with fellow Alabama voters, see right through that.
We will vote him into office as a Republican and as an Independent if need be. We won’t be denied our pick for Senate. We won’t be denied the America we want. We will drain the swamp the first chance we get.
When the time comes, Establishment candidates such as John McCain, Jeff Flake, Mitch McConnell, Lindsay Graham and Cory Gardner will be voted out of office.
Trump will drain the swamp from the inside, us voters will drain it from the outside.
“By your endurance you will gain your lives.”
One of the biggest news pieces this week (aside from the seemingly endless stream of Hollywood elites being exposed as predators) has been the hit pieces against Judge Roy Moore (R), who is running for a Senate seat for Alabama in December.
The hit pieces, of course, include the allegations made by the Left that Moore had an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old girl 40 years ago. Given just how Christian and conservative Roy Moore is, I can see why the Left feels the necessity to smear him. They are afraid of him.
Let me leave you with some food for thought: if Roy Moore did really do that 40 years ago, how come we’re only finding this out now when he’s running as a Republican for Senate? He was a Democrat before switching to the Republican Party, much akin to Reagan. In those 40 years, I imagine he’s had a share of political opponents. So why now? Why are people saying this now, a month before the Alabama elections?
Because he’s a threat to a Democrat Party that has been almost completely dismantled.
And do you want to know what’s funny? Check out this article published by the Washington Post: “Roy Moore is unfit to serve.”
Gee, where have I heard that before? You’d think that, after Trump’s crushing victory over Hillary Clinton, the Left would at least TRY to adopt different political strategies and attacks. Throughout the election, they called Trump “unfit to serve”. Calling him delusional, crazy and unstable. Yet, he won. So why do they think this would work on other Christian conservatives?
Granted, the Democrat Party is using the same playbook that’s often times won them elections. But with Trump’s victory, that playbook is quickly becoming outdated. It’s the equivalent to running the Triangle Offense in today’s NBA: it just doesn’t work anymore.
And now, a genius at the Washington Post decided to use the same words they used to describe Trump with? Brilliant.
But what exactly does the article say? Well, it begins with this: “Alabama voters will pick a new senator in December, and their choice is between one of the most divisive, counterproductive figures in U.S. politics and a well-qualified, even-tempered former prosecutor. In other words, there is no choice. Former Judge Roy Moore (R) is unfit to serve. Former prosecutor Doug Jones (D) would be a credit to the state.”
Ha! Good one. Notice the specific words the writer chooses to describe Moore. Do they sound familiar to you? “Divisive and counterproductive.” Doesn’t that sound like they’re describing Trump?
And it just keeps getting better. “… electing Mr. Moore would be a sure way to worsen Washington’s problems. His unapologetic extremism would pour gasoline on the already raging fire of partisanship and dysfunction.”
It’s like they’re ENDORSING Moore at this point. They call him an extremist, and you know what that means whenever a Leftist calls a conservative “extremist”. They say he’s unapologetic about it and that it would “worsen Washington’s problems.”
But you see, THAT’S ONE OF THE REASONS WE WANT HIM THERE! Ever since the election of Trump, the Establishment has been trying to essentially put out a fire in Washington. Electing Roy Moore would be like pouring gasoline on it. But that’s the thing: THAT’S WHAT WE WANT!
Now, to any Leftists reading this, don’t misconstrue what I’m saying. I’m not saying I want anarchy and chaos running around in Washington. I’m saying that I want the Washington Establishment to essentially burn to the ground. I want it destroyed. I want for it to cease to exist, or at least be rendered entirely powerless.
Electing Roy Moore would be a step towards Making America Great Again. It would mean that the Washington Establishment has one less vote to kill the Trump agenda. It would mean one more vote towards repealing Obamacare, passing tax reform (in the likelihood that it won’t happen this year), passing a better spending bill and BUILDING THE WALL!
And the WaPo article even dares bring the Founding Fathers into this conversation. The article reads: “[Moore] called for a de facto religious test when he argued that Muslims elected to represent their communities should not be seated in Congress. This would have appalled the Founding Fathers and should alarm believers of all stripes.”
Really? That would’ve alarmed the Founding Fathers? Arguing that members of a death cult should not be in Congress would alarm the Founding Fathers, but outrageous increases in the size of government, increases in government spending, government-funded abortion clinics, gay marriage, transgender “rights” debates and a call for sweeping gun control wouldn't alarm them? Give me a break. Must I remind this ignoramus that our Founding Fathers were CHRISTIANS?!
And the writer of this article thinks that these are reasons to not elect him? Does he even know who the target audience is? Hint: it’s not Leftist Virginia, New Jersey or New York. It’s ALABAMA! A state where, according to Wikipedia, 86% of people in Alabama (as of 2014) identify as CHRISTIAN! A state where Trump won 62% of the vote! A state that has voted solidly Republican since REAGAN!
That’s why I’m saying that the WaPo article is inadvertently making the best case for Roy Moore. He’s solidly Christian! Solidly conservative! And attacking those very things won’t get the Left anywhere.
Why else do you think they’re trying to pin him with allegations that supposedly took place 40 YEARS AGO! Because they can’t realistically try to beat him with anything else, and even this will end with failure.
This is roughly the same tactic they tried on Trump. Three weeks before the election, the Left had women accusing Trump of sexually assaulting them years prior. The details of the accusations are different but the overall message is the same: don’t vote for this guy because he’s a sexual predator.
If that tactic didn’t work on Trump, it surely won’t work on Moore. But I’m glad to see them try. Because it just goes to show all Alabama voters just how much of a threat Moore is to the Left. The more the Left attacks him, the more I like him.
“The good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth what is good; and the evil man out of the evil treasure brings forth what is evil; for his mouth speaks from that which fills his heart.”
The President had recently endorsed Sen. Luther Strange for election to the U.S. Senate later this year. Strange had replaced Jeff Sessions when he was appointed by the President to be Attorney General.
But even though Luther Strange lost his Party’s nomination for Congress (now, the race is between (R) Roy Moore and (D) Doug Jones) and was endorsed by the President, this is not really a loss for the POTUS.
Luther Strange was the Establishment candidate for Congress between him and Moore. And Strange is the sitting senator, who will stay there until a new candidate is elected in December. So, for as long as Strange is there, Trump wants to be on his good side. For as long as Strange is in Congress, he will count as one vote to help Trump pass legislation. And Trump wants Congress to pass the Graham-Cassidy bill which will do a little bit to repeal and replace Obamacare (though not too much). That’s really the BIGGEST and likely ONLY reason he chose to endorse Strange as opposed to Moore.
And even though Moore is against the bill for not being conservative enough (and I agree), his primary election victory is actually very good for Trump. No, Trump didn’t endorse him, but he knows what Moore wants. And he, too, wants to Make America Great Again.
Moore was called the “more conservative” candidate and for good reason. According to the Washington Post, “In three books, Moore has described his legal opinion that the United States was founded a Christian nation that ultimately answered to the ‘laws of nature and nature’s God.’… As a judge, Moore refused to obey a federal court order to remove from his courthouse a monument to the Ten Commandments he had installed to underscore his belief. He was removed from his job as a result.”
So he agrees with us that this country was founded A CHRISTIAN NATION and that our laws are based off of God’s laws. And when he was removed from his job for defying the court order to remove the Ten Commandments, he followed one of God’s rules! Acts 5:29: “But Peter and the apostles answered: ‘we must obey God rather than men.’”
So he knows that God’s law is far more important to follow than any country’s law. Which brings us to another time that he was removed from his post. According to the Washington Post: “In a 2002 legal opinion, he described homosexual conduct as ‘an inherent evil’, and he has argued that the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage should not be considered the rule of law.” So he’s AGAINST the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage and believes that homosexual conduct is inherently evil.
So, he’s very clearly a conservative and someone I can get behind. He’s very clearly a Christian and someone who wants our nation to go back to our Christian roots. In his victory speech after the primary election, he said: “We have to return the knowledge of God and the Constitution of the United States to the United States Congress. We have become a nation that has distanced ourselves from the very foundation.”
Do you know what that sounds like to me? He seems like he wants to Make America Great Again. And part of Making America Great Again includes Making America Christian Again. Making America God’s Again. So that we can truly say “God bless America”.
So then why would people think that Moore’s election victory is a loss to Trump? According to CNN, Trump was infuriated that he backed the loser of the election. “Returning from a high-dollar fundraiser in Manhattan on Tuesday evening, an infuriated President Donald Trump watched aboard Air Force One as Fox News called the Alabama Senate primary for Roy Moore against Trump’s favored candidate, Luther Strange.”
Really, “infuriated”? Then how do you explain that he said that he “might have made a mistake” at a STRANGE rally the Friday before the election? According to the Washington Post: “If Moore won the primary, Trump said to applause, ‘I’m going to be here campaigning like hell for him.’” That doesn’t sound like someone who would be too heartbroken about his endorsed candidate losing.
Trump knows that Moore is one of the good guys. He’s anti-establishment, Christian and very conservative. And he KNOWS that that’s the kind of person he wants in Congress. The Republican Establishment has been completely USELESS in passing any significant legislation in Trump’s first year as POTUS. He doesn’t want to deal with and appease Establishment candidates and Congressmen. He doesn’t want to deal with the Democrats either, as I’ve said in a previous article. He wants people who will be on his side on MANY issues.
Trump wants to repeal and replace Obamacare. Moore wants much of the same, so he will vote for a VERY conservative repeal bill. He won’t vote for a “let’s get rid of this one tiny thing so that the media isn’t too mad at us” bill. Moore is as close to Trump’s perfect candidate as you can get. He’s certainly as close to a grass-roots Christian conservative as you can get. And if the people of Alabama can get him into office (which I believe will happen), then I certainly think that we’ll be dealing a serious blow to the Establishment and will be getting closer to Making America Great Again.
Strange’s loss isn’t a loss for Trump. It’s a loss for the Establishment, and potentially a MASSIVE loss for the Democrats. Alabama is very conservative. Liberal policies and candidates are VERY difficult to sell there. But even more so if that liberal candidate is going up against a very CONSERVATIVE candidate.
I can’t wait for the December special election in Alabama. It will mark another step forward to Making America Great Again and Making America WE THE PEOPLE’S Again.
“Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men.”
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