Rush Limbaugh is Wrong – Alabama is Not McConnell -vs- Bannon, It’s Bigger…

CTH has attempted to stay away from talking about the Alabama ‘clown show‘, all of it, since we made our position clear long before the primary run-off race.  Play stupid games, win stupid prizes etc.

My concern with the Alabama mess was a very simple MAGA issue: riding horses to polling stations does not establish a connection to the man or woman who hit the necessary alarm clock at 5:15am to pay the bills.  Those are MAGA people. That’s the essence of the Trump coalition.

The MAGA coalition I know has never been predisposed to racism, sexism, nativism, or any other kind of “ism” or “ist”, because we’ve never been not busy. It takes time to give a rats-ass about bathroom police, social justice etc. Time and energy for that, who has it?

The current position of the epic fiasco was/is entirely predictable…. warnings, deaf ears, blah-blah-blah; water under the bridge.  That said, the current race to the exits by all of the fly-by-nights (populist wallflowers) is embarrassing to see play out.

Factually, I feel sorry for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore… However, I don’t have a smidgen of sympathy for the noob-right financial opportunists: Steve Bannon, Laura Ingraham, Sebastian Gorka et al, or the political Roberts-The-Bruce: Ted Cruz, Mike Lee etc. Heck, I’m still waiting for the ‘Use El Chappo Money to Build The Wall‘ bill…  I digress.

So why engage now?  Well, today Rush Limbaugh weighs in in using the customary (passive aggressive/mamet principle) approach to frame the argument as: “The Roy Moore Soap Opera is Really About McConnell -vs- Bannon”.   No, no it’s not.

I understand the frame of reference, why Limbaugh views it that way, but that’s not an accurate assessment.

The UniParty is against Roy Moore, not just simply Mitch McConnell and the professional political apparatus within the GOP elitist class.  Things are not what they were in 2014.

In 2014 such a Limbaugh framework would be accurate (though the GOPe cat had his tongue back then).  Indeed, during the 2014 Thad Cochran -vs- Chris McDaniel race the current perspective of Limbaugh would have been accurate.  But that was then, this is now 2017.

In 2014 there were billions worth of personal and party indulgences at stake; in 2017 there are trillions of UniParty indulgences at stake.

In 2014 Mitch McConnell was trying to use Thad Cochran to defeat the Tea party.  In 2017 the entire apparatus of the DC system is trying to use Alabama to defeat the existential risk that is Donald Trump.

If ‘political strategist’ Steve Bannon, or ‘political thinker’ Rush Limbaugh, were half as smart as they say they are, they’d chip in buy a vowel, get a clue and see that.

This is no longer small enough for individual personalities, this is a much bigger zero-sum outcome battle albeit with useful side-benefits in smacking Bannon’s ego down to size etc.  Which, in all honesty, speaking as a person on the same side while watching the idiots on our team giving the enemy ammunition, would not be a bad thing – AT ALL.

Domestic DC battles are to billions what multinational UniParty battles are to trillions.   Alabama is bigger than McConnell or Bannon.  Alabama is now as much about NAFTA, China, renegotiated trade deals, geopolitical alliances and Saudi Arabia, and the trillions swirling around via multinational corporate interests.

The swamp is engaged, self-aware and the deep-state part is self actuated now.  Instructions are no longer needed.  Each cell can operate independently to protect itself from any confrontation.  Thus the arguments are bigger; every angle is weighed as does it improve position, or does it weaken position… way-points are transparent. Globalists don’t need to give direction in feet or inches, the battle is much bigger, more broad – the decisions are about “generalized direction”.

Example: NAFTA Round #5 (Mexico) begins this week:  “lest trade disputes create friction with NAFTA-supporting Republican lawmakers.”

Example: “Republicans” control all senate hearings:

Example: Remember when the Senate voted unanimously to block President Trump from making recess appointments?   That rule required “unanimity”, a single Republican senator could block the Senate from handcuffing President Trump.  Not a single Republican broke ranks.

The professional political class in DC, the UniParty, is not confronting Steve Bannon though he’d probably like to make money off that outlook. The united political apparatus is confronting something far more consequential than the annoyance that Bannon represents; they are confronting the framework of ‘America First’.

That bigger dynamic is what’s adverse to their interests.  Bannon is an annoying gnat.

When you accept that difference you are then prepared to ask yourself the question(s):

♦What would/will the professional apparatus do to protect their interests?

♦How far are they willing to go to oppose anything that appears adverse to those interests?

“Christmas Yearbooks”?

Written in two sets of handwriting?

Using two different inks?

Uh huh.

Go read about a republican operative named Harvey Leroy “Lee” Atwater, and how he trained a young protege’ named Karl Christian Rove in political warfare against other republicans.

Remember, from the Uniparty’s perspective they have nothing to lose in Alabama by getting caught making crap up.  They were going to lose the race anyway…. so why not pull out the black arts.   It’s simply how they roll.

ps. Friends in Alabama, you must fight like an insurgency.

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920 Responses to Rush Limbaugh is Wrong – Alabama is Not McConnell -vs- Bannon, It’s Bigger…

  1. LafnH2O says:

    Thank You, Sundance.

    My .02…

    THEY. WILL. NOT. STOP!!

    IMO… The Uni-Party believes “The Powers That Be” (TPTB) will win. If they have to kill over half the population… meh!!
    TPTB could NOT care Less.

    If anyone “Breeches” their contract with TPDB
    ⚰⚰⚰⚰ Certain as the Sun rises in the East.

    So… imo.. They will do all they can to help destroy this Republic!! To save their a$$es.
    Then retire to pedo isle.

    The threat coming from US…
    Must be BIGGER than that of TPTB!

    nomsayin

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Must watch!

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      • SuperTalk says:

        Great video fleporeblog. I’ve been staying away from TCT because of Sundance’s beef with Breitbart and Bannon but I do like to check in with the Patriots that post here.

        Bannon is clearly in the MAGA camp and the circular firing squad that Sundance is encouraging is not helpful. Perhaps Sundance and Alex, Matt Boyle, or Raheem should sit down for the proverbial beer summit so we can work together to do what’s right for America. Because attacking Sebastian Gorka and Steve Bannon, at this time, certainly is Making America Lame Again.
        OMHO

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        • jeans2nd says:

          So it is ok to stop the entire MAGA agenda b/c Bannon and Co do not approve of those selected by Pres Trump to carry it out? That is just plain stupid.

          Who made Bannon and Co sole owner of MAGA? Bannon was a Cruz supporter, if you recall. Bannon was not even MAGA until AFTER the GOP convention. Selective memory? Or failure to accept The Truth?

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          • Archie says:

            A lot of posters to this blog are not familiar with what has been posted here for the past 18 months or they wouldn’t be pro-Bannon. Being pro-Bannon and Pro-Trump are not compatible stances. Limbaugh is not pro-MAGA. Moore is not pro-MAGA.

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        • prenanny says:

          If bannon is in the MAGA camp why doesn’t he support primaring ted cruz?
          I for one saw the tea party destroyed from within by people claiming to be the leader of the spokesperson for etc all feathering their own nest and doing NOTHING for the movement.
          Names mind you I had not ever heard of until AFTER the 2010 elections nor did I ever meet one of them or see one of them at any of the MULTIPLE tea party rallies I attended.
          If bannon has goods on mcturtle what is he waiting for? Is he waiting for more people to go bankrupt? Is he waiting for more people to go without proper health coverage?
          We are fighting a WAR NOW for our Country and our lives.
          If bannon is MAGA he would use the goods on mcturtle and not play games and threaten to. Stop the games
          MAGA

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          • SuperTalk says:

            I’ve never heard Bannon say he has the goods on Mcturtle. He’s says he’s going to war against him.
            In Regards Ted Cruz, he’s modified his behavior since the election, perhaps you guys should stop with the butt-hurt feelings. Ted did stupid and was rewarded with helpings of stupid last year folks.
            Ted seems like a good senator for the most part compared to the swamp creatures that Bannon is working to oust. I’m not an anarchist or a purist “conservative” whatever that means.

            and Jeans2nd, who said Bannon was the owner of MAGA? You’re just being silly and making things up. If you don’t believe Bannon is dedicating his life and working his ass off for the MAGA agenda then I can’t take you seriously. You know nothing about what the man is and has been doing. Take the Red Pill friend.

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    • scott467 says:

      “IMO… The Uni-Party believes “The Powers That Be” (TPTB) will win. If they have to kill over half the population… meh!!
      TPTB could NOT care Less.”

      _________________

      It would be much, MUCH easier for us to eliminate over half of the Uni-Party population — or all of it, for that matter — than it would for the Uni-Party to kill even 1% of our population.

      That has always been true.

      A lifetime of wealth and power has left you blind in one eye. You are the few, we are the many. And when the many stop fearing the few…

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  2. Is her real name Beverly J Harris?

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  3. Binkser1 says:

    It’s like I’ve been saying: If the GOPe can’t get a swamp creature in office, they want the Dem to get the seat and they want to lose the Senate. That way they can say that the American people are rejecting the Trump agenda and then they can openly and viciously attempt to destroy President Trump, MAGA, and by extension, us deplorables who dared to stand up to them, instead of just stalling the Trump agenda. They’ll take the short term losses in ’18 and ’20 as long as our movement is destroyed. And I agree, that they are definitely trying to see how far they can push us before we really push back. The piece of excrement SOS of AL’s threats to not validate the election if Moore wins and ignore the will of the people of AL, is dangerous. If this is tried, I believe it will be time for more hands on actions from the American people. Just my two cents.

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    • “See how far they can push us before we really push back”
      They are used to Republicans preferring defeat with honor to winning muddy. No more.

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    • prenanny says:

      I will stand WITH Judge Moore outside the senate and knock on the doors until my knuckles bleed. How dare they imply that they have the right to refuse the election results of the great State of Alabama or any other State.

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  4. Ivehadit says:

    Right on, Sundance! And T.Blossom is well named, imho. There are other globalists in Alabama of which I will not name names behind this as well. As Perry Hooper said: “typical gutter politics”.

    Insurgency, indeed! Alabamians will stand strong! On another note, OUR PRESIDENT IS HOME! YAY!!

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    • dekester says:

      Please do, and we just heard Hannity state that Moore has 24 hrs to clear up his inconsistencies or else!!!

      Hannity..S.T.F.U.

      Go Moore..attack, attack then go for the throat. I would!!

      God bless PDJT.

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      • Katherine M. Lambert says:

        Yea … Hannity is a big blow hard … Remember Seth Rich where he was all bark and no bite with Seth Rich Murder and then whimpered away “out of respect for the Rich Family’s hurt feelings.” Now because of his sponsors pulling away he is trying to have his cake and eat it too. Showiing the black and white photo of the signature in the year book like it is all that!!!! Not mentioning about 1. A yearbook at Christmas . 2. Moore was Assistant District Attory 3. Old HIckory Restaurant never had an e as in Olde 4.There was no back parking lot to this restaurant ever. 6. Handwriting experts have already proved it is fake. Sean Hannity using that black and white photo just makes me want to punch him right in the face…. piece of crap … weasel face. Boycott Sean Hannity I say. Read Thomas Wictor Twitter feed … has the proof of Roy Moore’s complete innocence. I hate Fox News Completely. Have not watched it in years. Lying Murdoch scum bags all of them …. MAGA … pray for our president.

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        • SuperTalk says:

          Sean didn’t do his homework here. There’s obvious discrepencies in the Yearbook and frankly a so-called Trump supporter, a real Trump Supporter would never show up with Gloria Alldead. She tried to ruin Trump during the 2016 election.
          16yr olds and 32 year olds don’t belong dating imo but it’s not against the law in Alabama, being somewhat libertarian on these matters…it’s none of my business if that behavior happened.

          Bottom line, Alabama deserves a fair election process. This one has been tainted by the Uni-party plus WaPo and that is sick and criminal.

          My opinion, defeat Jones and McConnel, put Moore in the Senate and if any of the child molestation charges with the 14yr old prove true, have a new election, I betcha Mo Brooks will become Senator in a fair election.

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          • theoparacelsus says:

            Drag Gloria Allred through a trailer park and you never know what you’ll find.

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            • scott467 says:

              “Drag Gloria Allred through a trailer park and you never know what you’ll find.”

              ______________

              If you drag Gloria Allred through a trailer park, in the end, at the very least, you’ll find Gloria Allred.

              That’s reason enough not to ever do it, lol!

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          • ladypenquin says:

            Hannity has entered the realm of yellow journalism. Obviously the pressure from FOX and DC is great.

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      • uvaldegirl says:

        Such a drama king, that Hannity. I was thinking the Murdochs sent him out to say that.

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      • Old Lady says:

        24 hours or what? Who is Hannity to give anyone a mandate?

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  5. I keep re-posting this same statement everytime this topic rustles the leaves on my little branch. This is not just an Alabama battle. We all can can preach to the choir our agreement. Here is an idea. Judge Moore has a campaign website that accepts many credit cards. Even if you live in Alaska or Timbuktu. This is bigger than Alabama.

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  6. budmc says:

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  7. indiamaria2020 says:

    My biggest attraction to CTH was the very “neighborhood eye-view” Sundance expresses in his honest, well-researched, authoritative posts. I was thrilled with Trump’s candidacy, yet “conservative” news sites, one after another failed the common guy, looking to MAGA. You know the story too well.

    I don’t blame Sundance for being hot-under-the-collar at this Alabama “clown show.” He called this very stupid dynamic back when the “Muh-principle” crowd was bashing Trump’s endorsement for Big Luther. Still boggles my mind that folks gush all over their “Lion” and yet ignore his recommendations and bash his personally, handpicked TEAM. Trump has always had great Intel, and great vetting. Probably much superior to that of the Bungling Bannon Bros.

    It is my opinion that common folk are unaffected by the angst of the titanic struggles pitting America-First vs. the UniParty. In a way, this may be our salvation. We remain optimistic, and excited about the Trump Movement because WE are IT. We are working, our incomes are rising, and we see our great country back in its world leadership position. Alabamans will elect Moore despite all the noise and static. RINOS are “retiring”, finding their “families”, or “obeying” God — i.e. getting out before they suffer the humiliation of US getting them out. America is moving, AMERICANS are no longer leaderless, and we have a goal.

    We will “drain the swamp” via the ballot-box in November 2018. Trump never gives up. And neither will we, no matter how gloomy things might seem to insiders and folks that know better. We are simply ignorant of the fact that we are supposed to lose. Kinda like the boys in General Washington’s Army that wrapped their feet with rags in the winter, confident that The General would lead them to victory.

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    • Betty says:

      That occurred to me too. When I heard that Manaford was working for Podesta while he was Candidate Trumps campaign manager I was pissed that the democrats and and Paul Manafort would do that, but then I realized that Candidate Trump hired Manafort to manage the convention and even though they might have thought they were pulling the wool over Donald Trumps eyes, he won. Donald Trump took the best Manafort had to offer and then, job well done, sent him on his way.

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    • scott467 says:

      “He called this very stupid dynamic back when the “Muh-principle” crowd was bashing Trump’s endorsement for Big Luther.”

      _______________

      What is the “muh principle'” crowd?

      Who could know what game DJT was playing? Was he supporting Strange because it served some purpose with McConnell, and DJT did it because he knew the people of Alabama would see right through strange?

      Or did DJT really want Strange to win? You wouldn’t know it from any argument DJT made for Strange, or the non-endorsement at the rally in Alabama…

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        The President, on Air Force One, with all his detail, flew down to Alabama and gave over an hour endorsement of Big Luther to the people of Alabama. He said, “Roy is a fine Man, but he will have a much tougher time beating the Democrat than Big Luther.” Those who insisted this was some kind of double-reverse-backward-double-ropa-dope were simply willfully following the irresistible “CON-servative” siren song. No other way to after-action this my friend.

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        • scott467 says:

          “The President, on Air Force One, with all his detail, flew down to Alabama and gave over an hour endorsement of Big Luther to the people of Alabama.”

          _____________

          I watched the whole thing, that’s why I remember how tepid the ‘endorsement’ was.

          Did you watch it?

          Did you see the part where DJT said “Trump: “I Might Have Made A Mistake” Endorsing Strange,
          https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/09/23/trump_i_might_have_made_a_mistake_endorsing_strange_will_be_called_an_embarrassment_if_he_loses.html

          Do you remember how Strange would hardly look DJT in the eye when he walked up to the stage at the end, he just shook Trump’s hand and looked away?

          Watch it again.

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          “Those who insisted this was some kind of double-reverse-backward-double-ropa-dope were simply willfully following the irresistible “CON-servative” siren song. No other way to after-action this my friend.”

          _______________

          I’m not insisting anything, but if you think DJT gave Luther Strange a ringing and unreserved endorsement, then you watched a different Alabama rally than I did.

          And of all people in positions of power in this world, who has done more and capitalized more on a reputation for 3-D chess maneuvers and precisely the kind of manipulations and head-fakes you mock, than DJT?

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        • scott467 says:

          You are tilting at windmills of your own making.

          You argue with me as if I am a Cruz supporter (I am not), or as if I am a die-hard Roy Moore supporter, when I don’t know Roy Moore from a hole in the ground, beyond what I have read in the media since the run-off election.

          You keep squaring off against me as if I am your traditional adversary, like a Roman Catholic squaring off against a Protestant (or vice-versa), and that’s why you keep missing the target.

          From what I gather, Mo Brooks was the preferred candidate of the Cruz / Bannon / corporate conservative media crowd.

          Luther Strange was DEFINITELY the preferred candidate of the D.C. establishment GOP, and considering that McConnell & Crooks put $30 million dollars on the line, that was no head-fake.

          So DJT can give a tepid endorsement of Luther Strange, even practically retract it halfway through, but none of it changes the fact that the slimiest creatures in the Swamp owned Luther Strange lock, stock and barrel, to the tune of $30 million dollars.

          So when you eliminate Mo Brooks, and you eliminate Luther Lobbyist McConnell love-child Strange, that left Roy Moore by default.

          Moore was the last man standing.

          I see a lot of shots at people for not supporting Luther Strange, but I never did see a compelling argument for Luther Strange, only admonitions for not blindly following DJT’s non-endorsement endorsement.

          Was it too much to ask for a coherent case for Luther Strange?

          And I see a lot of hate for Moore, based on circumstances in Alabama which I am not privy to, but I haven’t seen any coherent arguments against him.

          Is it too much to ask for a compelling argument against Roy Moore, the last man standing?

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    • scott467 says:

      “Still boggles my mind that folks gush all over their “Lion” and yet ignore his recommendations and bash his personally, handpicked TEAM.”

      ______________

      It boggles my mind that anybody is a blind follower of ANYONE.

      Not even God expects our faith to be blind.

      As much as I like DJT (and I really, really do!), he is not God. He is not perfect. He is fallible (just like the pope).

      The MAGA movement is NOT a cult of personality.

      Blind faith is not faith at all — it’s just blind.

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        Classic “blind faith” repost. Anything “blind” about supporting a 40 year WINNER? Looks to this amateur that “blind faith” more aptly applies to those that “support Trump” but follow Cruz and the Bannon Bros over the cliff, despite their long list of actually accomplishing NADA, except for fiery speeches, and in the end electing RAT RYAN as SPEAKER unanimously, TWICE. Following THAT “CON-servative” clown show actually seems a lot more like “blindness”…..or maybe gullibility? Snake oil has always done a booming biz.

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        • scott467 says:

          ‘Classic “blind faith” repost.’

          _________________

          No idea to what you are referring.

          You said ‘Still boggles my mind that folks gush all over their “Lion” and yet ignore his recommendations’ as if we’re supposed to be like trained seals, barking and clapping on cue.

          At the top of every page here at CTH, it says “Question Liberal Authority” and “Defy the Establishment” among other quotes attributed to Andrew Breitbart.

          Luther Strange IS the establishment, and we should question ALL authority, not just ‘liberal authority’.

          Truth doesn’t fear questions.

          .
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          “Anything “blind” about supporting a 40 year WINNER?”

          _____________

          If you support him BLINDLY, then yes.

          That is wrong. That should be obvious.

          .
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          “Looks to this amateur that “blind faith” more aptly applies to those that “support Trump” but follow Cruz and the Bannon Bros over the cliff, despite their long list of actually accomplishing NADA, except for fiery speeches, and in the end electing RAT RYAN as SPEAKER unanimously, TWICE.”

          ________________

          But no one is calling for anyone to blindly follow Bannon, and I detest Cruz. Cruz has proven himself a political fraud, and videos have shown him to be a religious fraud. Whatever other kind of fraud he is, those two are more than enough.

          What does Bannon or Cruz have to do with electing Lyin’ Ryan, either to the House in general or as Speaker in particular? What does that have to do with anything we’re talking about?

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          “Following THAT “CON-servative” clown show actually seems a lot more like “blindness”…..or maybe gullibility?”

          ______________

          Again, I have no idea to what you are referring. I don’t doubt that you see it clearly in your head, but you certainly have not articulated what you mean.

          I don’t know who is following Bannon, or Ryan, or Cruz, or what any of it has to do with this discussion, and you haven’t explained it. Instead, you float what seems like a classic diversionary tactic, a red-herring, a bait-and-switch.

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    • C R Lord says:

      Very well spoken and encouraging to those who are bending under all the pressure that comes with the battle. Battles are won in the trenches by those who will not be silenced or bullied by anyone. Americans who love their country and freedoms will win one way or the other and these insufferable buffoons who oppose our Republic and our freedoms in favor of socialism and/or globalism will be snuffed out in whatever manner is deemed best. It is my hope that little to no violence will be necessary to remove these traitors from office and put them behind bars where they belong including the media rats that infest the swamp. It will be sweet to breathe the air of freedom once more and I am certain that multitudes will appreciate those freedoms more than ever after the battle is won. MAGA

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  8. Sparky5253 says:

    Roy Moore was a DDA, Deputy District Attorney in 1977, not a DA. He served as a DDA from 1977 to 1982. Further proof of forgery.

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  9. kinthenorthwest says:

    Judge Roy Moore is live.

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  10. Jenny R. says:

    Once upon a time I do remember saying that choosing Moore would result in a great big headache, particularly for the President….
    Moore just delivered on that more quickly than I thought he would.

    Still, this does indeed look like a hit job, and as such should be debunked — but he is a thorn in the side of the President, so no support for the jackwagon…ever. He made his nest in many other ways; now he can lay in it.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      This isn’t about Moore anymore, Jenny. It’s about the rights of Alabama voters (and ALL US voters) to have their votes respected.

      If we don’t stand behind Moore, then we stand with the D.C. swamp.

      I’d rather have the people elect their reps, rather than leaving it in the hands of the crroks in D.C. to “choose” for us.

      People make mistakes *sometimes*, the D.C. crooks make ’em ALL the time.

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      • piper567 says:

        What I want to know is how Senators can say should he win they may not seat him. They have any number of members who are rapists and crooks of all stripes. Who do they think they are?
        Now today, I heard someone on radio news say, I didn’t think he was fit for office BEORE all of this….WTH?
        Who cares, or, who is supposed to care? This is an Alabama election. What right does a Senator even have to COMMENT, much less be so openly inappropriate?
        This is really maddening.
        Trump needs to administer an intervention with these outlaw Senators.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Let the people of Alabama vote for who they wish. Washing your hands before dinner is always a good idea.

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    • Old Lady says:

      How can you be certain Moore just delivered? Looks more like the classic smear to me.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Because as per reports Mitch McConnell is now pestering (thanks for the term there Snail) the President to “talk about the Moore issue”.
        When the President should be allowed to talk about his dealings in Asia or what is going on in the ME, or the economic/tax situation at home.
        No….know he has to deal with this instead…and the people get to hear about this rather than the above instead.
        I could say more, but I won’t.
        Because now it is better if Moore wins.

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  11. Brant says:

    I think more evidence we are getting closer to Mordor. First (or at least recent past, and I am probably missing several) was how they infiltrated and neutered the Tea Party. Then Trump was able to bypass them totally and really has them spooked. Now this with Alabama. Regardless of the background this is a bridge we must defend. I hope Moore has it in him to stick it out to the end. This really is for nearly all the marbles.

    I find the entire episode suspect. Perfect and viable circumstantial evidence would be 5-10 year old emails/tweets/facebook posts from the accusers among their family and friends showing dismay and distress that this man is being elected to state wide office after “what he has done.” Similarly, all the mall and town “it was common knowledge” people should also have at least one single email/facebook post about how this man has been elected after what he has done. He had a very visible and “controversial” electoral office career. He was not a wall flower at the state offices. These would be pre 2 weeks ago and pre WaPo. Very independent and not stated with an alterior motive.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      True, and great point but there is nothing prior to story breaking.
      Not even a wimper.
      Weird huh?

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    • NewfTea says:

      He said it himself. He’s been in the public eye for decades, no stranger to controversy, and this just comes out NOW? Seriously?

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    • Tom says:

      Huh ? Facebook and email didn’t exist in the 1980s. You must be a Millenial, because it was a whole ‘nother world before the mid 90s when email became a staple in the common person’s life.

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  12. Wee2low says:

    “That rule required “unanimity”, a single Republican senator could block the Senate from handcuffing President Trump. Not a single Republican broke ranks.”

    And people say Rand Paul is a patriot?

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    • sunnydaze says:

      That’s really sickening and I did not know that it took only ONE Senator to ditch that.

      In my mind, that means they ALL have to go. ALL the Senators.

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    • LEET says:

      Wee2low: Yes,.and this included Luther Strange as well. The ONE time his vote could have been 100% for Trump and against the Uniparty DC Swamp and he voted WITH THE SWAMP. None of his other “for Trump’s agenda” votes mattered because there were other Republicans voting AGAINST Trump. This one mattered and Luther showed his true colors.

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  13. nor'easter says:

    “Remember when the Senate voted unanimously to block President Trump from making recess appointments? That rule required “unanimity”, a single Republican senator could block the Senate from handcuffing President Trump. Not a single Republican broke ranks.”

    That is the single most powerful statement.

    The very essence of what causes “Cold Anger”.

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    • piper567 says:

      yes…there was a truly significant “unmasking”…thought so at the time. It was pretty hard to swallow. I had No Idea the treason ran so deep.
      What I want to know is how do we communicate with enough people to do something about the 17% turnout for R Primaries? Has to be addressed. Americans need to be closer to the truth than they seem to be.
      I am no fan of Moore’s, but if he does not win by double digits, we have an awful lot of work ahead of us…People need to recognize smear tactics and just plain evil is on the rise,…and God forbid Moore backs out or loses…We ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

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  14. If an article was written every time “Rush was wrong”…we’d have filled up a thousand encyclopedias by now…

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    • tageweb says:

      Yeah, Rush is wrong sometimes. But is still a very big MAGA voice. I will still tune him in when I am driving. Heck, I even made is mistake once: I thought I was wrong, but I wasn’t!

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      • Archie says:

        No Rush is not MAGA. Rush is an old line conservative. But, Rush also doesn’t needlessly criticize republicans since he is a big fan of Reagan so at best Rush tolerates MAGA for now. We know this to be true because otherwise Rush would be incorporating some of the CTH themes into this show if he was pro-MAGA.
        MAGA has nothing to do with conservatism other than some of the end results seem conservative. e.g. less regulation or lower taxes. MAGA supports those policies for pragmatic MAGA purposes while conservatism supports those policies for other reasons.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Yeah I agree digitaldoofus.
      I listen to Rush sometimes when I’m driving, but I don’t always agree with him.
      During the primaries it seemed like Rush was pushing for Cruz.

      More than once I can recall Rush saying: If you’re looking for Reagan, Cruz is your guy.

      I got a good laugh out of that one.

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  15. Ghostrider says:

    Regarding DJ Trump, Jr., story, I am wondering what law was passed that made it a criminal offense to reply to a message from Julian Assange? I know Assange is still out of favor with Liberals, the DOJ and Deep State, but I never knew that just talking to him in a tweet was a federal crime. There is NO crime there dear Democrats.

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  16. dbcaldave says:

    I just read on T. Wictor’s Twitter feed that tonight on OANN news they were referencing T.W.’s tweets about the yearbook signature on tonight’s broadcast!
    is this true? I don’t get that on my television . Did anybody see this?

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  17. Publius2016 says:

    The Yearbook is a SMOKING GUN! This whole operation just blew up like Mueller being radioactive…The Turtle is in a world of hurt having already come out and said: “I believe the women”. Mitt and all the Nevertrumpers look like fools…anyone can see this is FAKE NEWS…With President Trump back in town, it’ll be interesting to see tomorrow’s Major Announcement…

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  18. leont says:

    Trump told us to vote for Luther. You guys ignored him. Let it be a lesson for 2018. We shall follow his directions, he must see the bigger picture; if he doesn’t, we are screwed anyway.

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    • blakeney says:

      And he was very emphatic about it saying Moore would have a hard time winning.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      The people of every state deserve to have their votes counted and their wishes respected.

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    • Remington says:

      Welcome leont….Haven’t seen you in these parts before….

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    • benifranlkin says:

      u r missing the point…Strange is establishment..Trump was going along with it and Moore was a never-Trumper.. and kind of a kook…but the Alabamians spoke. Trump said he would campaign for him. I don’t think he will now but I do think he will say let Alabama decide. If the President asks Moore to step down, PT should be ready to pack his bags too.

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    • Sentient says:

      He also endorsed Paul Ryan before his primary. Sometimes he has to do stuff, and we have to see that he’d been forced into a degree of cooperation with the establishment.

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    • scott467 says:

      “Trump told us to vote for Luther. You guys ignored him. Let it be a lesson for 2018. ”

      _________________

      No.

      Let it be a lesson to every would-be autocrat and blind follower alike that if you expect a FREE PEOPLE to vote for anybody, then MAKE a COMPELLING case.

      You didn’t, and neither did Trump.

      A lot of us are not lemming or blind followers.

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    • Big Jake says:

      Trump was wrong.

      Luther is a lapdog for McConnell.

      May as well elect a Demonrat.

      Liked by 2 people

      • piper567 says:

        I’m not willing to say Trump was wrong. As is usual, we do not know the backstory.
        We have lots of theories, as we do with Sessions, but we just do not KNOW. It remains to be seen what , if anything, Trump will do with this situation he has inherited.
        Back from a successful trip, Trump now returns to The Swamp.

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      • scott467 says:

        Maybe Trump wasn’t wrong, maybe DJT’s calculus was that Luther was a sure thing and that was more important in order to maintain a majority in the Senate.

        But IF that was the calculus, then THAT was the case DJT needed to make.

        He didn’t.

        He didn’t make any case at all for Strange, in fact he second guessed his own support AT the Alabama rally, which was about as big of a signal as anyone who questioned DJT’s commitment to Strange could get.

        The people who would blindly obey someone in power just because they happen to like that person are as dangerous as anyone. A danger to themselves AND to others.

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    • Archie says:

      Moore has some rather unsavory views of life that many of you may agree with, and that is fine. But, those same views get in the way of a pragmatic MAGA agenda because they are distractions.
      According to my reading the the Trump agenda it really made no difference to Trump if a republican or democrat wins because they will both be UniParty members. There was no pro-Trump candidate.
      Many Trump supporters believe that part of the Trump agenda is to destroy the GOP as it stands now. Both Strange and Moore are status quo candidates.

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  19. Betty says:

    McConnell or whoever is behind this is only trying to chip away at the Judges base. If they can disillusion some so that they vote for the democrat, or cause so to become so conflicted they stay home, or even write in Jeff Sessions they all add up. They know exactly what percent of Judge Moore’s base they need to suppress and so as Sundance says they have nothing to lose. I think there is worse to come, Alabamians are going to be forced to run the gauntlet, we might even get a preview of “the big ugly”. Worse then when they carpet bombed Florida against Newt Gingrich.

    I pity the good people of Alabama and I pray they stay strong.

    On another topic, as I have been puzzled by that note in the year book, and as I read it again just now I ended up thinking that the author “Ray” was reminding Ms Nelson of some memory they shared from Christmas time in 1977. I believe the name of the fella is Ray because in the second line Ray writes “sweeter more’ and the cursive line from the o to the r is level right over to make the r like a right angle, while the cursive line from the a in Ray swoops down before going back up to start the y. That’s how I write and if it had been Roy I was writing I would have went straight across to begin the y same as is done in the word more. Try it yourself.

    But as Sundance says it is neither here nor there, we just have to pray Alabamians can withstand the coming storm.

    “ps. Friends in Alabama, you must fight like an insurgency.”

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  20. KittyKat says:

    Your points about Bannon are well taken.

    Last I looked, the top story at Bannonbart was about Bannon speaking to the Japanese about how democracies need to organize to protect themselves from China.

    That seemed tacky and wrong, timed as it was immediately on the heels of the president’s triumphant Asia tour.

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  21. Ziiggii says:

    I have wondered today after Turtle’s little “It’s OK to write in Jeff Sessions”, if this was not a ploy to get rid of that meddling AG….

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  22. mtkennedy21 says:

    I don;t know what to think. If this had come out in the primary, it would have been believable. The WaPoo has done this before. George Allen was recent. Nixon was 40 years ago. I don;t know about the yearbook but this stuff about “everybody knew in Gadsen” is crap. Why was this not found in the primary and only after the nominations closed did it appear ?

    Liked by 3 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Because it’s a crock.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Mia C says:

      Exactly. The liar with the yearbook also claimed to be a Trump supporter. Yet she knows this dirt on Moore, doesn’t come out during the primary to help Strange, Trump’s candidate. Instead she waits until it can only help Democrats.
      —Utter lies.
      —Plus I have to add 1) who the hell holds up a gigantic, dramatic drawing of themself when their yearbook is available 2) and as a person who escaped rape attempts myself I have to say WHO would CRY over a rape you ESCAPED FROM without a single scratch 34 years later. The correct emotion is relief. Maybe anger. Tears are for rapes, not successful escapes. 3) WHY would an Alabama Republican go to California Republican-killer Gloria Allred to be their attorney? That’s like a California Obama supporter going to a Tea Party attorney to show his birth certificate is a fraud three weeks before the election. That is simply inconceivable.
      –This whole thing stinks to high heaven.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Whoever owns Gloria Alred could probably tell you “why now”.

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  23. blakeney says:

    Luther Strange is going to be a great senator. He loves Alabama, he loves the states and he loves the country. He will absolutely win against the Democrat. Ray will have a hard time.
    – Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America

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  24. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    I am not too hot on Judge Moore. He is just Ted Cruz 2.0. He is not smart like Pres. Trump. But that being said I know a smear job when I see it. To create a story that is 40 years old is the dirtiest trick from the deepest part of the Swamp.

    All that being said, no crime is here, Moore will win by 15 points, and the Swamp will look for another victim, just not in Alabama.

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  25. trapper says:

    I think the Uniparty has already decided to switch the Senate from its Republican hand to its Democrat hand. They might get a surprise. I won’t give it away, but those dems are even more venal than they think and they don’t stay bought. The other thing is, the Uniparty globalists still do not understand Trump’s middle class base. The globalists are destined to lose. There is no way around it. As Obama would say, “they are on the wrong side of history.” Hah!

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    • Ziiggii says:

      That is the only way to keep up their ruse to the low info crowd….
      But most of America ain’t buying what they want to sell – the UniParty just don’t want to give up without a fight!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Trapper, they are pushing and pushing until we will push back big time and if necessary a 2nd revolution. This is our America and don’t like that. Tough! We are with Trump in MAGA again and they will be drained from the Congress swamp one way or another. Are they that ignorant and stupid to think some globalist evil elites can overtake our country and let them live? We are far more together and smarter than those we sadly elected, especially allowing them re-election after 2 terms so they think they own us and our country. WRONG in so many ways!

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  26. thesavvyinvester says:

    “Domestic DC battles are to billions what multinational UniParty battles are to trillions. Alabama is bigger than McConnell or Bannon. Alabama is now as much about NAFTA, China, renegotiated trade deals, geopolitical alliances and Saudi Arabia, and the trillions swirling around via multinational corporate interests.”,

    And Sundance, if Justice Kennedy retires this Spring PJDT will send up another originalist which would add to our freedom and not all the current serfdom you noted above that PDJT is trying to change, and again they can’t have that, They are more in lockstep with Schumer on this, since it will be a 6 to 3 Court and change the direction of this country for Decades, they can’t have that, they’d rather have us fight over nothing and create tension rather than codify things in Constitutional Principles, they benefit from the Angst. And, Senator Moore would support said Candidate, Mitch rather loose the Senate, shrug his shoulders and say their is nothing I can do, and give in to DiFi, Collins etc and get another Souter than deal with this hot potato….

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  27. Plus the two different inks and obviously different handwritings used says there is more than a little suspect in this! I saw some photos at a blog called The Conservative Tree House that show both the different ink and two distinct handwriting styles in a single yearbook signature? I also remember signing yearbooks in the spring not the fall!

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  28. Pam says:

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    • Well, fraud Hannity doesn’t get to make that decision. He can go jump off a cliff for all I care.

      Liked by 8 people

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Hannity looking for a out.

      Liked by 2 people

      • daughnworks247 says:

        Hannity caved on Keurig yesterday, whose CEO apologized to the employees, not the public. He mentione he has 5 Keurigs and stop smashing.
        Orders from on high.
        Murdochs = open borders = trillions at stake.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      And now Congress wants to pass a bill for Congress members to learn about no sexual approaches/attacks/problems? Well, why would they have to do this now? Well, to protect the many who are pedophiles, rapist or notorious for come ons to females in Congress and outside in their districts. Hypocrites and do not want any person with real moral values to upset the cart and show how nasty most of them are once they get a lot of money and think they have rights as either a male or female to approach, grope (think Biden), or invite them to whatever.

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    • piper567 says:

      I say, Amen to this man Baris…I do not get it how these traitors even imagine they have the high ground.

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  29. I’m so angry at Hannity. He folded like a cheap chair. Why hasn’t he pointed out this obvious fraud?

    Liked by 7 people

  30. Pam says:

    Looks like Moore is suing the MSM for defamation. I can’t say I blame him.

    Liked by 8 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      Wow. Great read. I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of this one.

      Liked by 2 people

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      One of the first responses I seen said it was a response letter not a lawsuit.

      A lawsuit would be interesting route. But nothing will happen for a long time since the courts move slow. I think Roy taking a polygraph and demanding those that are accusing him take one would be more effective. As I said the other day, he could even offer to pay for their polygraph. Maybe even asking to have the yearbook looked at by handwriting experts and ink experts for authentication.

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  31. benifranlkin says:

    I can’t wait til Roy gets to the Senate . No one will talk to him but he won’t care. I read when he was in the Army he slept on sandbags to protect himself from flying debris because his men didn’t like how hard he was on them to clean up their act. The best part is the Turtle won’t be able to control him.
    PS…I sure hope the President reads this blog or someone at the WH does.

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  32. kinthenorthwest says:

    Even Beverly Young Nelson’s step-son & other family members say that Moore is innocenct.

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  33. positron1352 says:

    About Moore: The Uniparty is charging that he is a predator. Well, predators don’t stop during a 30 or 40 year span. They keep going. These women had plenty of chances to come forward when he was a D. A. and when he was a judge on the Alabama Supreme Court. Apparently, they didn’t think that being a judge was important enough for them to speak out. This strategy worked to destroy others in the past and the deceivers will keep doing it. Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not, but the sad part is also, that when they cry wolf, the public will stop believing the true victims of abuse when they come forward.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Yeah this was my thought as well. He was a raging predator for less than a year then suddenly stopped?

      Ridiculous.

      Liked by 4 people

    • freddy says:

      Judge Jenine claimed he was grooming this young girl and was a classic predator……..That was her hunch………….How does she know any of that to run her mouth as an X prosecuter she just has a feeling……………This must be resisted or no men are safe from the grifter gals and there so many your head will spin…….Do you work in a corp environment and are a supervisor….I wish you luck things just got worse for you…..

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    • mopar2016 says:

      I think that Moore also ran for governor a couple of times.
      I wonder why these poor victims didn’t come forward then.

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  34. Sunshine says:

    It’s clearly not the same handwriting.
    Normally, when they whip out the sex card, it’s their last desperate ploy to bring someone down.
    Remember POTUS Trump?

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  35. Joe says:

    Unifactio politica delenda est!

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  36. Pam says:

    The latest poll breakdown:

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  37. freddy says:

    Sean Hannity gives old Roy 24 hours..hahahahahah pendejo hannity…………….This is really about a war on men and how ANY old guy can be destroyed in a New York minute. Call Gloria then the WAPO and CNN and make some fake documents then take a little acting lesson how to cry and take out any guy that McConnel wants out….Or at work it could so easily be you. I’ve had more than a few attempts at work and now I avoid women and talk to them about work with someone I trust there. They are toxic and the cost of a mistake is your career wife home kids…All for some settlement babe and her friends who split the 20 grand as witnesses….Think I’m kidding.Women your hurting yourselves with the likes of the Allreds out there. You may not even get hired if you cute or endowed…….

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  38. Pam says:

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  39. rumpole2 says:

    Hanity does it again!!

    Just when I think it is SAFE to watch at least one show on Fox (his show) … he shows himself to be a plonker.!!!

    He has been sucked in by the Gloria Allred scam!!… made for TV and sympathy “victim”

    For heaven’s sake.. just the presence of Allred is confirmation that this is a SCAM!!

    Here is a CLUE, Sean…..The fake yearbook entry discredits the entire scam!!

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    • freddy says:

      Oh I agree if the yearbook is a fraud then all of it is null and void. Sean should be giving Gloria 24 hours to prove the yearbook was not forge. They can tell when ink was laid down and who wrote it in a heartbeat…Then Sean better beg us to watch him ever again…….

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    • GetReal says:

      But Hannity has daughters ya know so he’s an expert on all this teenage sex stuff. Mr. Tick Tock, Tick Tock….time for Hannity’s clock to strike midnight.

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      He hasn’t been sucked in. This 24 hour thing is all for show to make Shawn look good. He could have just as well called Roy and gave him 24 hours to come up with something. Instead he put him on blast.

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  40. sundance says:

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Good
      Is it just me? That yearbook entry is OBVIOUSLY fake… I could do better with amateur photoshopping

      Liked by 6 people

      • scott467 says:

        The part at the end, with the different colored ink, is a GIRL’S handwriting, lol!

        It has rounded letters and loops and looks nothing like a man’s handwriting, much less the handwriting immediately above it.

        AND it repeats the 1977 date… and the ’77’ in 1977 are DIFFERENT.

        It’s like a bad SNL skit, or Monty Python… the yearbook signing is not even remotely credible, to the point where they’re not even really trying, lol!

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  41. Pam says:

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Mr. Maga, and as I said above they now want to pass a law that all Congress members take a class in, shall we say, what they should not have been doing. Sorry, but a day late and a dollar short as so many Congress members of both sexes have a lot to account for in their past and you are not kicking them out. Hypocrites to the nth degree. Sorry, Congress doesn’t want a decent candidate to upset their lives and lack of values.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Wow, talk about getting hot under the collar while reading this article. $15.2 million has been given out in a 17 year period, all of which is tax payer money, none from the accused. There have been 235 cases.

      Yes, 235 people actually had the courage to stand up and say no more. Oh, I’m sure there might be a few to deepen their pockets, but overall most were probably being truthful considering the difficulty of getting a payout, let alone a hearing on the matter.

      If you look at the seventeen year time span, it would average 13.8 people a year calling foul, slightly more than one a month.

      Once they do the paperwork they are required to sign a lifetime non-disclosure agreement. Now they have to go through 30 days of counseling cause you know, it’s probably the victims fault and one must be positively sure before they go any further. Oh, and if the sexual misconduct occurred a 180 days previously, no dice. Too late. Go home and cry in your pillow. Doubtful there is even the counseling available.

      If the victim wins, never will their accusers name ever become public, and they sure as heck don’t have to step down no matter if the attack was viscous and/or rape. No siree, they get to continue being your senator or representative. Makes one wonder if it’s one of mine I see on tv giving me their regular bs. I will never know now will I? Nope.

      Our politicians can get away with far too much and they made sure to pass the laws in order to do it. We are all suckers. All we are good for is our vote.

      I apologize if I sound a bit nasty and angry, if so, please read the article provided by Pam above my post and see if you feel the same afterwards. I absolutely furious over this. It literally gives these people in powerful positions to abuse people any way they see fit working in the same building. Wow, am I angry. Oh, and little ryan pretending he’s all shocked by it all. Sure, and it’s come out in public that those who sleep overnight in their offices are usually the ones more dangerous. Yeah, I’m questioning him. He sleeps in his office quite often. Not that I will ever find out the truth though considering the non-disclosure agreements. So angry.

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  42. scott467 says:

    “Roy Moore’s attorney says they have “experts” who found the message in Beverly Nelson’s yearbook “is not consistent with his handwriting”.”

    ________________

    Not only that, but the last half ( the part in different ink and different handwriting) is the handwriting of a GIRL, lol!

    I can’t be the only one to notice that!

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  43. The Devilbat says:

    Its eye opening to see just how corrupt our government has been. There has to be a way to clean it up. Surely the president can get all the dirt he needs on the swamp monsters from our security agencies . . . . unless of course, they too are all involved.

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  44. wj2016 says:

    Such gloating junk put out here. People saying “Na Na, we told you so”… People running down solid good conservatives like Bannon and Ingraham because they didn’t support swamp creature Strange. The seemed to have forgotten that DJT was nearly brought down by the same ugly smear tactics. I believed and still believe that the people of Alabama have the decision in their hands and no one else’s, not even President Trump.

    Also, I don’t believe we have such a surplus of conservatives that we can toss them aside forever because they supported Cruz (who completely bent over on the Moore issue) or maybe they like Breitbart or work for Breitbart. 2020 will be tight. We can’t to alienate or ostracize simply because they haven’t been pure .

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  45. Artist says:

    There has been a lot of discussion about this on Facebook and I jokingly said, ” well all this sounds suspicious to me like what happened with candidate Trump….but I’ll know for sure it’s a load when hack sexual abuse ambulance chaser Gloria Allred shows up”….
    Bingo there she was today with the WORST ” victim” ever who had to read her statement and blubbered about living in fear for 40 years…( Roy Moore looks about as scary as a bowl of grits )
    a body language expert was pointing out her eyes darting around, and other physical “tells of lying…
    add to all this traitor terrorist enabling Songbird McLame screeching about Moore not having a shred of decency…and the whole thing is a cr*p sandwich….a circus.

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  46. alliwantissometruth says:

    In this unparalleled governmental / political stew of corruption, criminality, deceptions, lies, masquerades & secrecy we find ourselves in today, it’s very hard to keep track of who’s who & to keep our eyes firmly on the prize

    The truth is the prize, & it shouldn’t… no, it can’t, matter how we get to that truth

    Everyone is suspect. Ideologies, personal beliefs, faith, political leanings, all of that must be put aside, & we must demand that the cards fall where they will. The survival of our country demands it

    As Sundance points out, this is bigger than any one story, it’s the sum of the whole

    The only person I trust in the entire stew is President Trump. Everyone else & everything else is suspect. Those I believed in, my political & personal beliefs, they mean nothing right now in the search for the truth

    We’re Americans, & we can handle anything, except treason from within, & with our very Republic threatened, we’ve got to root out the disease that’s destroying us from within, no matter where it’s found

    So f*** em all. No ones past credentials mean a thing, unless it’s proven you’re on the side of the American people

    Talk is cheap. Corruption & criminality is rampant. The entire system on both sides needs to be swept away. We need to start over from scratch, & we do that by exposing the truth & by holding those who made a mockery of our system accountable

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  47. Pam says:

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  48. m0mreviews says:

    This is huge! If the Republican Party invalidates an election and tells the people they can’t elect their officials because the candidate isn’t who the power brokers want, then we no longer live in a democracy and it is time to luck and load and storm Goat Hill. Simple.

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