Judge Moore

Now while I am about as far removed from being a political strategist as you can get, it would seem to me that maybe old Mitch McConnell and his posse of ‘Establishment’ types might have been just a bit too eager to pull the trigger in their effort to sabotage Judge Roy Moore as he seeks to become the next Senator from the great state of Alabama.  They have thrown everything they could, including the kitchen sink, at him.  And their last ditch effort is to have some retired Marine Colonel casting himself as a write-in candidate, but that too may not be enough.

Because with the dust now finally beginning to settle it would appear that only one man will likely be left standing, and it ain’t McConnell!  And the good Colonel notwithstanding, I’m thinking that when all is said and done, it’s the Judge who will be heading off to do battle in the DC Swamp, while his Democrat opponent goes back to whatever he was doing before running for office and the Marine who had hoped to act as spoiler goes back to, sculpting.  The Judge will head to DC to give them what-for in the Senate and I’ll be cheering him on every step of the way.

So it’s now been weeks since any new accusers have managed to crawl out from under their respective rocks and despite all of their best efforts Judge Moore remains the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama.  And regardless of all the pleas made by so-called party ‘leaders’ in Washington, it would seem that barring any new trickery being tried, it could very well be Senator Moore in just another couple of weeks.  But I have no doubt that between ‘Team McConnell’ and the Democrats, we shouldn’t be too confident about a Moore victory just yet.

But that said, as of now, what’s left of the remaining ‘allegations’ concern entirely legal behavior: an older, single man dating young women ‘above’ the age of consent.   Moore’s many opponents in the state-controlled media treat those relationships as if they were somehow morally revolting and politically disqualifying.  The hypocrisy of that position becomes all the more apparent when compared with how those in the media treat a figure possessing a different political affiliation who is ‘guilty’ of having done the very same thing.  But then that’s just how they operate.

The only reason we’re even still talking about that issue is because the Washington Post embellished its original story on Moore, in which he was accused of molesting a 14-year-old four decades ago, both to entice the first alleged victim to come forward and to create the impression of a pattern of predatory behavior for which there is no evidence.  The rest of the mainstream media soon followed suit, with the ‘Crappy News Network’ (CNN) assuming the lead in what turned out to be little more than a continuing attempt to sabotage Judge Moore’s candidacy.

And then there was the New Yorker story claiming that the Judge had once been kicked out of a mall for hitting on young women.  That story too was later debunked, though it’s evidently still widely believed by many of the kooks on the left.  The stories about Moore dating young women are what lawyers call “character” evidence, and it is inadmissible in court, and for good reason.  Whatever accusations there are that remain against Moore continue to unravel despite the best efforts of those seeking to keep those accusations alive and in the headlines.

Another thing which it has been said might be working in Judge Moore’s favor is the fact that there are still many voters in Alabama who are able to remember the 1998 election, when a Republican running for lieutenant governor, Steve Windom, was falsely accused of sexual misconduct. That may be one reason why Moore is leading in new polls.  The other reason is that voters resent being shamed into submission by those they view as being the political and media elite.  Those would be the very same elites who view those folks in Alabama as being little more than rubes.


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I can’t help but think that the Republican Party might just have done Judge Moore a pretty sizable favor when they made to decision to cut off any and all funding they had been providing to his campaign because of these sex bogus charges.  Because it’s according to Birmingham, AL’s ABC affiliate WBMA, and the channel’s political reporter Lauren Walsh, that the Republican Senate hopeful has had a pretty significant jump fundraising since allegations first surfaced accusing him of inappropriate behavior and sexual misconduct earlier this month.

Judge Moore’s campaign chair Rich Hobson told Ms. Walsh that his campaign “raised more than $1 million in the last 10 days since the falsehoods came out.”  He went on to say, “And that’s without the support of the RNC.”  And he added, “We continue to ask for prayers and support to get us to the finish line on December 12 when the citizens of Alabama will elect Judge Roy Moore as their next U.S. Senator.”  Moore and Jones face off early next month in the special election for the seat formerly held by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

What this contest really needs to be about who is for open borders and mass amnesty and who is for securing our border, ending chain migration and enforcing existing immigration laws.  Period!  End of story!  Everything else is pretty much meaningless.  We should be using California as our canary in the coal mine.  We cannot let rapid and illegal importation of immigrants alter our demographics any more than they already have.  The Democrats are mining for voters in their quest for single party rule.  And we need to work to stop it now before it’s too late.

And it doesn’t help that those elected under the Republican banner have done nothing of what they promised us, effectively making the party appear to many as rather toxic.  And now with this obvious attempt to sabotage the Moore campaign, despite the fact that it continued to come apart at the seams, has only made matters worse.  It would seem that the RINOs would rather hand the Democrats a victory than to have Moore win.  They seem to favor Obamacare, Illegal alien invasions, abortion, destruction of our industrial and economic base.

And I gotta tell ya, it’s only by electing Judge Moore, and people of a similar mind, that we will have any hope of being able to yank control of the party away from the RINO Establishment.  There must be a vert stark difference between our political parties, something that does not now exist.  Then and only then will we be able to act as the antidote, so to speak, to Democrat treachery, sedition, and treason.  ‘The Swamp’ knows that if Moore gets in it truly is the beginning of the end.  They have shown they will everything they can to prevent that.

These ‘Establishment’ types have thrown everything but the kitchen at Judge Moore in their effort to derail his campaign.  Many see his candidacy as a bigger threat than Trump’s.  The Democrats and the RINOs hate Moore so much because he is a kind of rare political fighter that reveals their cowardice.  Moore hasn’t just spoken out against liberal activist judges he has actually defied their illegal unconstitutional orders.  Even Trump hasn’t gone that far.  Moore is a Vietnam vet who is not afraid of a confrontation when it is the right time to fight that war.

As for the RNC, I never donate to it.  Their treatment of Judge Moore makes very clear the contempt they have for conservatives.  It also exposes their cowardice in the face of these accusations.  Men need to take a stand if they are innocent because not all women are angels and more than a few will make false claims in order to extort money or notoriety from a prominent man.  The charges against Judge Moore continue to unravel a little more every day.  Voters in Alabama must not be fooled into allowing the Democrat in this contest to win.