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. budmc says:

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  2. Pam says:

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  3. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Well, since all the Congressional Swamp Critters are so vehemently and indignantly against Roy Moore being elected to their Swamp Critter Club, I reckon Roy Moore is the RIGHT CANDIDATE TO VOTE FOR!

    Liked by 22 people

  4. fleporeblog says:

    PPD was the most accurate polling company during the 2016 election. They predicted Michigan and Pennsylvania a day prior to the election.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      There was an announcement yesterday that even if Judge Moore received all the votes he needed to win would not matter because the Alabama GOP would not ALLOW him to be declared the winner?

      I never knew such a thing was possible – doesn’t that sound like some banana republic somewhere? How would the GOP have the ability to do this?

      Do they think that they can suppress votes for Moore with this announcement?

      That Alabamans who would have voted for Moore will just not bother voting because after all it won’t do any good, anyway . . . isn’t that kind of what was hoped with the Presidential election in 2016? “Trump does not have a path to winning the electoral college” – so, even if you thought Trump was the right guy, you were supposed to believe that about him not having “the path” – you would stay home and not vote because after all, what good would it do? It did not work out that way.

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      • The United States (divided) is hailed by all swamp rats as a Banana Democracy, not a republic of any kind.

        The Founders would already be FIGHTING. Not us… apparently. We’re still “voting” to change things.

        Meh…

        When “government” fears the people…

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      • deqwik2 says:

        If Moore withdraws from race & the state GOP withdraws their nomination of him before the election & he still gets the most votes, the election could be ruled as null & void.

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      • Im tired of hearing thIs garbage. Only the Governor can call the election null and void. – Kay Ivey won’t do it because she wants to run for Governor . No Alabama politician Republican Party Official will support not seating Moore because it would be a death knell for anyone who does. You can’t win primary elections without Alabamas Evangelical base… Voters are in the driver’s seat and they are just making stuff up now. These idiots don’t know Alabama.

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  5. freddy says:

    If that yearbook is a forgery that turns the tide..It delegitimizes all the rest of the Gloria circus…It’s cheap to get a handwriting expert with cred and a body language expert could prove she is lying and deflecting in a second. I can tell from here. The eyes move from the data lobe to the creative lobe and looking up as you manufacture the lie….My girlfriend can always tell she is gifted so I never lie to her and she says LIAR………..Sean Hannity is starting to anger me………

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  6. nimrodman says:

    Sundance said: “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?”

    Exactly.

    In a similar vein, with all the “raycissss” name-calling and accusation and “black brunch” confrontations of the past 8+ years, I’ve heard it said:

    “Most white people just want to be left the hell alone”

    Remove the racial aspect and a similar statement could be made that’s quite close to Sundance’s sentiment:

    “Most WORKING people just want to be left the hell alone”

    Sundance correctly points out that not only don’t they want it (the endless conflict imposed on them), but they don’t have time for it either.

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    • LBB says:

      It’s the main streeters who will always be the back bone of our country, and will now be saving it also. Praying for all of us, many who are weary, frail, heart-broken of not having a hope over the years, to be grateful we have a chance.

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  7. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    Exclusive: Former Joe Biden Secret Service Agent: We Had to Protect Women From Him, ‘Weinstein Level Stuff: Speaking on the condition of anonymity, the agent asserted that, “We had to cancel the VP Christmas get together at the Vice President’s house because Biden would grope all of our wives and girlfriend’s asses.” The annual party was for agents and Navy personnel who were tasked with protecting the Biden family. “He would mess with every single woman or teen. It was horrible,” the agent said.

    According to the source, a Secret Service agent once got suspended for a week in 2009 for shoving Biden after he cupped his girlfriend’s breast while the couple was taking a photo with him. The situation got so heated, the source told Cassandra Fairbanks, that others had to step in to prevent the agent from hitting the then-Vice President.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/exclusive-former-joe-biden-secret-service-agent-protect-women-weinstein-level-stuff/

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  8. Joe S says:

    Agreed:

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    • Joe S says:

      Was in response to:

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    • fred2w says:

      Someone is getting it.

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    • William Ford says:

      Except Trump endorsed Luther Strange, not Moore. Go figure that.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      I think it is war against President Trump’s agenda – and all of us who voted for President Trump.

      It is an outrage – a travesty – that McConnell is willing to jeopardize control of the Senate – the Democrats are only too happy to walk away with that Senate seat – also, incredible that all of these knuckleheads with law degrees, both in and out of Congress, show no regard FOR the rule of law (not men, not demagogues).

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      • thesavvyinvester says:

        “that McConnell is willing to jeopardize control of the Senate “

        No, actually, the UniParty will still be in control. The election of Judge Moore opens up the flood gates for more Trumpian’s to run and challenge the establishment. IMHO at somepoint the the R Senate Election apparatus will be low on cash because WE aren’t giving and they won’t be able to fight off all the Anti-Swamp candidates in the Primaries. We might be on the verge of overwhelming them and they are in fear because they can’t control us or the folks running that will get elected. Think of the next Senate in 18′ with Judge Moore, Kelli Ward, and a host of other candidates that beat Dems that will side with PDJT, not Mitch or Smuckey Chumer. That is a problem for them, Those folks will not be owned by K-Street…

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  9. sunnydaze says:

    Hannity has given Roy Moore 24 hours to refute the allegations against him or he should “get out of the race” !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hannity, like “Judge” Jeanine, is all over the yearbook signature- it’s proof!

    Go to @ 43:00 on this vid. He announces it at the end of his show tonite! What a POS! Convicting a man on NOTHING!

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    • rumpole2 says:

      VERY disappointed in Hannity (and Judge Jeanine)
      The signature is at best “suspect”.. likely FAKE…..and besides… evidence of Moore, age 30, being attracted to older teens….dating (and kissing) a (legal) teenager.. or 3 or 4 or 100… is just flack… it is NOT confirmation of the ONE accusation of sexual assault of a 14 year old. In fact.. if anything.. “dates” with teenagers were Moore went no further than kissing… is circumstantial evidence that it was NOT his MO to be stripping down to underwear and engaging in sexual “touching” (through clothing.)

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    • Texian says:

      Is that what this is all hanging on? A yearbook writing? The blue ink is added on and definitely a female’s handwriting.. wtf is wrong with people?? It is as plain as day..

      If Hannity and Judge Jeanine think it is legitimate then they clearly are swamp critters.. they can’t be that dumb..

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    • Archie says:

      I liken Hannity to a parrot. He squawks and squawks incessantly like a parrot, and like a parrot, he only repeats what he learned from someone else.

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    • tazz2293 says:

      Hannity should ask these same questions and more just as, if not more, forcefully of Obama, HRC and the rest of the criminal cabal occupying our government. Of course he won’t because it is the Cabal that provides him his money, his fame, his fortune.

      Hannity caved on the boycott of Keurig when the company issued some half-arsed apology that I have not seen. Hannity caved on the Seth Rich case. Hannity is just as much Inside the Beltway Establishment as the rest of the scoundrels we are fighting against for control of America’s future.

      Hannity is weak.

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    • Shuck fawn vannity, go to north korea and spew the kind of crap you spew here.

      I was literally cursed out by his call screener back in 2007 for saying I wanted to hear him tell people just why he flip flops all over the rino candidates while ignoring who I later realized was FRAUD thompson ( he even smarted off to me on the phone about his phake candidacy when I called him out as well, after I spent thousands and hundreds of hours supporting it). She straight up said F U and hung up on me.

      That’s what we are dealing with, and for anyone who ever wonders why I post with such negative statements sometimes. It’s because they are TRUE and are literally our combined actuality. It must be dealt with and harshly, just like weaponized tyranny deals with US.

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    • Hannity is a swamp whore.

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      Yes, I heard Hannity say this today. Shameful. I don’t get how the yearbook signature proves anything.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Well the book is signed by RAy. So there’s that.

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  10. Nigella says:

    I’m no fan of Moore,but what thy did to him was reprehensible… That being said at the risk of attack Hannity is partially right… Moore has to come up with a better defense… He can’t just say he didn’t do it… Looks like he is starting to do that…

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    • Um, did you even read this article before posting? The allegations are a fraud.

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      • Nigella says:

        Just being logical… No need for the attack… Fighting back is what he needs to do… You just can’t say you are innocent… And yes this has been one of the dirtiest tricks I’ve ever seen in a campaign…

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        • sunnydaze says:

          His supporters are coming out and rallying for him. That’s the right way to handle this.

          Rally on Thursday, video of the stepson of one of them saying he doesn’t believe his stepmother, etc.

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        • Tom says:

          So if you’re innnocent, and you say so, and you say the allegations are false, what more are you suppopsed to say ? Go ahead, tell me how to prove a negative …

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    • mariner says:

      He should counter-attack by insisting that the accuser prove her bona fides, instead of “being believed”.

      Only if she does that should Judge Moore be expected to do anything.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Denial of what was untrue, and admitting what was true, was ALL the defense that Trump needed under similar attack.

      Very smart to observe how POTUS survived “GropeGate”. He admitted to the tape, but DID NOT EVEN BRING UP THE FACT THAT IT WAS A TRAP (i.e., that it was a context trap, where the participants were “pretending” to be maximally outrageous). By doing that, he would have given the other side the chance to deny the obvious entrapment.

      That was critical. POTUS did not get into the weeds. Moore should do the same. STAY ABOVE IT – STAY ABOVE THE SORDID DETAILS OF THEIR LIES AND TRICKS.

      Let the DOGS LIKE US then carry out the rest of the defense. WE will get down and dirty with the details. We only bite LYING hands.

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  11. Mia C says:

    Would someone help me find the article showing the yearbook is a fraud and has misspellings? I want to tweet it to Roy Moore. Otherwise, you guys could just tweet him yourself. If he came out strongly telling people it was a forgery that would swing a lot of votes back.
    —Trump fought this same tactic by 1) fighting accusers 2) hammering home his positive message 3) reminding everyone of what a disaster the Dem would be.
    —Moore needs to do the same. We need that vote in the Senate.

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  12. Sean Hannity is such an arrogant fraud. He knows full well Moore is innocent.

    And he’s giving him 24 hours? Oh, how generous. Who the heck does he think he is? He doesn’t get to make demands.

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  13. Ann Whitten says:

    We are fighting like hell in Alabama. We are in a death struggle and need money!!

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  14. Gadsden says:

    Rush has made the EXACT point you accuse him of being clueless about dozens of times, in fact he talks about it almost every day. Just saying. Also, thank you for the close up of the yearbook, I hadn’t noticed the different inks. Now that I notice, the one set of handwriting significantly differs from the other and indeed looks far newer.

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  15. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Fortunately the more the Leftwing lunatics, FakeNews media and RINOcrats condemn Judge Roy the more determined his voters will be to get themselves and their friends to the polls. Their attacks on the Alabama defender of The Ten Commandments will fail to destroy him.

    M A G A

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    • Archie says:

      Moore is not a MAGA supporter but probably more in the sphere of Cruz. It is a tough choice but if you go with the status quo (support republican at all costs) nothing will ever change in congress.

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  16. Apfelcobbler says:

    We can all learn a little about Allred here too, and her overpriced services.

    She coached Beverly to provide details that were of fine granularity for a 40-year memory – a little too granular, in fact. Who remembers when their first and second shifts ended where they worked 20 years ago, let alone 40? By supplying the times as 7pm and 10 pm, she is supplying unnecessary detail, but does it add to her credibility? Was Allred really able to verify those were the exact times if the restaurant is (presumeably) defunct? Or was it from a diary? And if it is from a diary, then surely this incident was contained within it, in greater detail. But if these times weren’t verified, why even specify exact times, unless you are trying to establish how exacting you are about details? ALL of the other details must be at least as exact.

    Beverly begins by saying she didn’t know what a DA was or its significance, then at the end she contradicts herself by saying he was an important personage, being a DA and all.

    SD’s photo shows the yearbook entry. Did he customarily sign personal notes / pleasantries in this manner? Did the 1977 Moore share that same penchant for details as our Allred/Beverly team does? That should be a pretty easy thing to verify – there must be other personal notes out there. Again, it smells of “too much data” to have been realistic at the time, or even plausible in the present. The date, the title, the restaurant (in different writing, no less). Apparently he thought he was signing a deed!

    The kleenex-passing though – Allred nailed that.

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    • ray76 says:

      I’d like to see all other December entries in that yearbook. Was the boss’s signature in there? The cook’s? Other staff? Other customers? The only reason to bring it to work in December is to have it signed. Let’s see what else is in there instead of just a black & white photocopy of one particular entry. Let’s see the whole truth, not just selected excerpts provided by Gloria “Duke Lacrosse” Allred.

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  17. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Thank you, Sundance. This is absolutely the best post ever on the Moore “righteous fiasco”.

    I knew Bannon was baiting the swamp monster with extra cheese on his too-small trap, hoping that he would force the MAGA coalition into a battle to end all battles, but even if we manage to get out of this, I sure hope Bannon learns that TRUMP is the guy who actually understands “strategery”.

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    • Sedanka says:

      Bannon is a strategic infant. He announces all his plans, telegraphs every move, uses threats rather than incentives, and most of all puts his supposed “principles” ahead of what’s actually needed to win. Strange was likely to win and likely to support Trump. Moore is neither a guarantee to win (even if completely innocent) and is more fixated on conservative purity than with MAGA.

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      • Beverly says:

        Strange was a WET MESS who had NEVER endorsed MAGA principles. EVER. Which is why most of us were bewildered by Donaldus Magnus’s support of him: it was … strange.

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    • mariner says:

      Whatever is said publicly, I don’t for a second believe Bannon is doing anything President Trump disapproves.

      President Trump and Steve Bannon are good cop, bad cop.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        This may very well be true.

        I see my job as third cop to simply tell the truth, which is my favorite job. I tell the suspects “Listen to good cop – he’s smart!”, interspersed with “Damn, that bad cop is a bastard, and he’ll never pay for any of this, because he always gets away with it!” 😉

        Trump. What a show! 😀

        Seriously, Trump knows how to leverage ANY circumstance. He ENJOYS the challenge of seeing his plans complicated by others. If he knows that Bannon is out doing the Roger Stone version of MAGA, he’ll adapt. In fact, it was watching and trying to explain what was happening with Stone that it hit me.

        Leaving Trump is just another deal that Trump bends to a dual win.

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      • Archie says:

        Wrong. Trump HATES Bannon. Bannon was the leaker in the White House and Bannon constantly attacks the Trump family.

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      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        Agreed. I don’t get the sudden hatred of Bannon here at all.

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  18. rsanchez1990 says:

    People would do well to remember that there is no MAGA without President Trump. There is no America First without President Trump. PERIOD. I saw a commenter earlier today say they cared diddly squat about President Trump’s opinion and still claim they wanted America First policy ideas. Just no, it doesn’t work that way. That commenter attributed no importance to President Trump’s opinion, and way too much importance to Mitch McConnell’s opinion. If you’re not backing President Trump, there’s no point in saying you’re for America First MAGA policy, full stop. There’s a very important reason why SD specifically singled out the identitarian divisiveness being pushed by people who claim to be America First MAGA, but who openly talk about moving on from President Trump.

    Pay. Attention. FOOLS.

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    • Roy Moore was a Democrat during the time period of these allegations so you’d thin that would nullify any sexual misconduct! /sarc

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      • Beverly says:

        Southern Democrat, honey. MY parents, who were as conservative as you can possibly be (“to the right of Ghengis Khan,” said our mother) were ALSO Democrats back in the day: only black Southerners were Republicans.

        Truth.

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        • Sedanka says:

          Things have changed beyond recognition. Hopefully not beyond reclamation.

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        • I know honey (my wife’s name is Beverly), it was the same here in Texas! My parents referred to the few republicans in town as “dadburn republicans!” The Democratic Party left them! Today’s dims get a pass on their sexual misbehavior, thus my sarcastic comment. And, I don’t believe the charges against Judge Moore.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      I wish I could like the above ten times – resonates totally – no America First happening without President Trump. Furthermore, if we lose this Senate seat, we move that much closer to not being able to make it happen. Mitch McConnell needs to “step aside” – he is vain, petty, arrogant and stupid – can’t we do better?

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  19. andyocoregon says:

    If I was a resident of Alabama, I’d vote for Roy Moore regardless of these jurassic allegations against him.

    Liked by 5 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      If the Republicans could stand by and let Hillary say “what difference at this point does it make” regarding Benghazi, where FOUR people died and it was in 2012 when Benghazi happened – not forty years before – then I want to say to the Republican SML McConnell, “what difference at this point does it make?”

      You, Mr. McConnell, act more concerned about the women accusing Judge Moore but you didn’t give a damn about the people who lost their loved ones in Benghazi – so, you and all the other Republicans who have jumped on this bandwagon have NO credibility.

      The Democrats – no, don’t talk to me about the Democrats and their misdeeds – we are talking right now about YOU – we CAN do better!

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      • Beverly says:

        Oh, and LINDSAY GRAHAM appeared as a CHARACTER WITNESS in accused Demonrat Senator Bob Menendez’s trial! Menendez, who consorted with Dominican child prostitutes! but Sen. Graham, a notional Republican, said he was a “good man.” But Moore, who dated street-legal teenage girls, apparently with their parents’ consent and theirs also, is to be scorned and defenestrated.

        Harrumph.

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  20. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    Glad you brought this up Sundance. All I can say is Roy Moore must be plenty threating to the deep state establishment swampies for them to use what Sal Alinsky tricks they have always relied on to sink an adversary. The swampies still don’t get it about those of us from the hinterlands who voted for Trump. We can not be manipulated into pulling our support of Moore.

    Turtle man needs to go.

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  21. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    No need to bash Rush.

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    • Archie says:

      Rush is an establishment kind of a guy. Remember, there are establishment RINO’s and establishment ‘conservatives’ (AKA Freedumb Caucus).
      Rush in not a MAGA supporter.
      Rush has 20 million listeners and could champion the CTH philosophy, but he does not. Rush is stuck on stupid in a 1990’s political philosophy.
      That is why I criticize Rush.

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    • Sure there is. rush is a bush baby, CFR stooge i.e. UNIPARTY puppet cuckservative phony.

      There is a need in this nation for all Americans to stop listening to the radio “personalities” and parroting their drivel as if it is their own opinion based on facts and understanding. Because it is all propaganda at this point or it would not be allowed on the airwaves.

      Because globalism.

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      • Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

        Oh yes, I forgot about that. The Bushies — Dubya called Rush a “national treasure.” And if memory serves me right, I think Rush was invited to visit the WH. Also Neal Boortz (I think).

        Seems like it was something last year that Sundance said about Rush that caused me to dump Rush. I had been a faithful listener since his program aired on WFIR AM. Probably 1989 or so. My parents were Rush fans. I was really turned off about Rush’s treatment of Trump. Super turned off about Rush’s liking of Cruz.

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  22. Sedanka says:

    StaggerLee expressed this so perfectly that I wanted to post it here.

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  23. phoenixRising says:

    What happened to Harvey? and the rest of the Dem perverts? Gone from the headlines…
    Replaced by…. a Christian Conservative who is accused 30 days before election of sexual assaults on teenage girls almost 40 yrs ago…..
    hmmmm……

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    • positron1352 says:

      Well summed up, pheonixRising.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I personally believe that Harvey Weinstein’s Dirt Gestapo was the source of all the leverage that Allred and Cankles needed to keep people in line. The symbiotic relationship between Allred and Weinstein explains why she never went after him, and in fact PROTECTED him. He knew how to buy people off, and she knew how to make herself useful to the commie cabal.

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  24. freddy says:

    Sean Hannity seems to me to have come under the spell of Newt. I think Newt pulls all his strings cause he’s not really all that smart……What man gives a guy 24 hours or else. Else what Sean…else we all stop watching your bashing program. Your like Megyn now and whos pulling the strings…..Newt………He’s gone swamp himself now or jumps back and forth……Rush is hanging in but I hope the yearbook is a forge and then I;ll be happy to light up Sean on any forum out there. Too big for his britches I’d say.

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    • ditzee58 says:

      Maybe Hannity has come under Newt’s influrence. Sean has an audience but he has, at best, an average intellect. Newt, on the other hand, is bright. Hannity needs a mentor and Newt is available.

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  25. Frank says:

    Let Hannity’s behavior be an object lesson in why you shouldn’t place any faith in the talking heads on any of the major networks. They are all shills, all puppets of the establishment players that own those networks. Sean Hannity is no more a friend to the MAGA movement than Mitch McConnell or Nancy Pelosi. Ditto for Limbaugh, Judge Jeanine, and all the others. They are all performers working for establishment interests. And like Sundance already said, Bannon is just trying to cash-in on the chaos. He’s the same as George Soros in that regard, only he’s a much smaller fish.

    The fact is, Moore is winning in Alabama. And when he’s elected, the GOPe will render the election void, which is an outrageous breach of the American electoral process. The bastards are going to try to force their will over that of the people. What happens after that is what I’m worried about. All the other stuff is meaningless background chatter.

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    • mariner says:

      Notice how quickly and simultaneously they sang the same song about how terrible it is that Judge Moore did what he did, before even trying to find out whether he did that stuff.

      I’ve messaged both Hannity and Ingraham, and I don’t care about the others.

      I’ve known for years Limbaugh is a make-believe conservative, when in reality he’s a GOP apologist.

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      • Beverly says:

        Hardly — every day for MONTHS Rush has ranted that the GOP RINOs are shooting themselves in the foot and wasting the greatest opportunity they’ve ever had to enact the laws they CLAIM they want to pass: repeal Obamacare, cut taxes, the whole nine yards. This was today:

        RUSH: “Trump’s trip to visit the ChiComs specifically has been a grand-slam home run that you’re not gonna hear about. Trump knocked this whole trip to the ChiComs out of the park, and the rest of it as well, but specifically the time and attention that he gave to the ChiComs here, he just hit the ball out of the park precisely because he knows how to negotiate with them. He knows what is important to them.

        “The benefit that Trump established with the ChiComs was acknowledged and favorable trade outcomes. Remember, Trump began negotiating with the ChiComs during the campaign. He laid down the law. He told the ChiComs that they’re cheaters. He told the ChiComs they’ve been running roughshod over the United States and those days are gonna end.

        When Trump’s in the White House, the ChiComs aren’t gonna get away with this because the days of stupid Americans are gonna be over — and he focused on trade. Remember, everybody was saying, “Why so much focus on trade? What’s the big deal? NAFTA here every day, trade?” ‘Cause that’s where Trump was gonna go to get what he needed out of the ChiComs. So after two years of publicly threatening the ChiComs with tariffs and all kinds of frozen trade opportunities, the North Korean situation presented an option, and it was used.

        “Trump was able to propose normalizing trade arrangements that were beneficial to the ChiComs, not as beneficial as they had been. It was a far different Trump from what was on the campaign. He appeared to be giving up significant ground when he hadn’t at all. He’d been asking for much more than he was ever gonna ask for during the campaign. In exchange for this new Trump, this reasonable Trump that was proposing normalized trade relationships and agreements, Trump secured an agreement from the ChiComs to deal with the North Koreans a little bit more strictly or beneficially to the world and America than they had been predisposed to.”

        There’s more at his website, if you want to see the transcripts on any given day.

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        • Beverly says:

          So how is calling the President’s Asian tour a “grand-slam home run” being “anti-MAGA”? Seriously?

          You don’t have to like him or agree with him, but let’s be accurate here. Rush has his uses. Yeah, he’s an entertainer, and I disagree with him several times a week on this and that, but his influence and reach are a net positive for the patriotic side.

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          • NewfTea says:

            Nice pro Limbaugh word walls.

            It’s called camouflage.

            When the chips are down, Limbaugh sides with the Establishment. He trashed Gingrich in tandem with the MSM in 2012, and kept telling us Mitt “Get Lost Tea Partiers” Romney was coservative.

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    • mari says:

      What happens after that is the Patriots stand on their hind legs and don’t take NO for an answer. We fight on because this is a trial for all the rest of the Swamp creature seats up for re-election in 2018. The DC establishment can’t just nullify an election because they don’t like the candidate the people chose. McConnell is going to have to pay for this travesty by losing his job as speaker and Ryan will follow shortly thereafter. We have to punish those who do not put America First by voting them out.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      HOW can they render the election void? If this COULD be done, wouldn’t it have been tried a multitude of times by every party in this nation’s history? I think they are trying to suppress the vote by making people think “what’s the use” – I hope and pray this will be a landslide for Moore – then let the Alabama GOP just try to make a stupid move – furthermore, why couldn’t the Alabama GOP be reconstituted?

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      • “If voting mattered it wouldn’t be allowed.”

        “They” do whatever they want unless there is some “cosmic” force behind a landslide defeat of a globalist canine female like what’s her face.

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      • Frank says:

        Nullifying an election hasn’t been done since the civil war, but it HAS been done. What happens is the Alabama state GOP can kick out Moore before the voting begins. The way the laws are written, that means the election is ruined and all parties have to start over again. McConnell & Co. are hoping this will buy them enough time to smear Moore into the ground and replace him with an establishment candidate. But like I said, this hasn’t been done since the country was at war. I wonder what ramifications McConnell and the rest of the GOPe will face if they pull such a stunt during peacetime.

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  26. William Ford says:

    The mere fact that McConnell and the GOPe is willing to lose the seat to get rid of Moore should tell you it’s likely they planned the smear and are behind it. They are gifting the seat to the Democrat side of the Uni-Party.

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  27. sassymemphisbelle says:

    Mr Wictor has been all over this sordid attempt by the GOPe. This is just one of his unrolled threads:

    https://tttthreads.com/thread/930557783375675392

    He digs for information and is a remarkable detective. He is totally worth following on twitter. I go straight to his timeline every evening to catch-up.

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  28. sunnydaze says:

    Click on the email on this tweet. It’s from a D.C. intern who’s sticking up for Moore’s character and behavior:

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  29. ditzee58 says:

    Pretty sure I’m preaching to the choir here but let’s all remember to keep Judge Moore, his wife, Kayla, his family in our prayers.

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  30. Joe S says:

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    • The “legal threat” letter’s VERY FIRST SENTENCE shows that it was not proofread due to the first of numerous grammatical errors. He refers to Kayla as the president of the Foundation using the word **it’s** which means “it is.”

      If a woman owns a car that car is hers, not her’s.
      This is basic elementary English.

      The campaign to torpedo Moore reeks of swamp slime but professionalism counts.
      The yearbook forgery is sloppy but so is this attorney’s correspondence.

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  31. 1popefrancis says:

    I normally agree with your comments but you have some things slightly wrong. First your analysis of Bannon falls flat. 1. He is epic in what he has done and yes he got Trump elected. Those that love, love. love Trump (and I do to) do nor like to see Bannon’s ascendancy 2. Bannon is a supernatural warrior against the Swanp and he is the only one fighting THAT war – even Trump is not able to fight it as he must behave like a politician. 3. Hand-wringing over Roy Moore? Please. This is a political assassination. The fact that the GOP and never-Trumpers and Dems hate Moore makes me love him all the more. 4. Facts:

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  32. mari says:

    I hope the good people from Alabama don’t give up this seat to a Democrat. It would be a shame. Judge Moore has served Alabamans for decades and I believe he’s done a good job. They should elect him and fight the DC establishment at every turn. The MAGA movement is now a national body who will fight to protect all Trump voters in every state. Donate to Roy Moore directly and make the RNC irrelevant in our fight against the swamp. https://www.roymoore.org/Support-Judge-Moore/

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    • Howie says:

      It is tough job to throw away the Alabama Senate Seat. The GOP is trying their best. The goal they all share is getting rid of Trump. The road is hard but regaining minority status next year is a milestone. They all want to get ‘back to normal’ so to speak. Turtle and Ryno are natural born minority leaders. It will be hard to lose the Senate but they can do it if anyone can. Right now we are in progress on The Grand Tax Dither. Once completed the holidays are here. Can kicked, and on to ‘The Festival of the Slitting of the Loot.’

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  33. Apfelcobbler says:

    We have ourselves a nasty UniParty monster that’s lashing out to protect itself against that deplorable MAGA electorate who thinks that elections are legitimate.

    There’s still time for one more salacious episode before Dec 12th, if they work around the holiday timing just right. What’ll it be – a murder or a love-child?

    Wouldn’t you think these claims would have surfaced in a little more random fashion? Who would ever guess that each new one is 50% worse than the previous one – like Russian nesting dolls?

    UniParty club may decide to fiddle with the rules if their strike shots weren’t sufficient.

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  34. 1popefrancis says:

    1. Bannon is an epic superhero.
    2. Contrary to Trump love, love, lovers Trump would not have won without Bannon.
    3. Only Bannon can fight the Swamp as Trump has to be political at this point.
    4. All who hate Moore are enemies: RINOS/GOP/Never Trumpers and Dems and Leftists.
    5 Hence I love Moore with more amore.
    6. Oh… and there is like no real evidence here, nothing, nada, zilch.

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    • Archie says:

      As Sundance has said before on this blog, Bannon was staff and only staff. He was neither instrumental in getting Trump elected nor important in the administration after Trump took office.
      Bannon is despised by Trump for being a leaker and trashing Trump’s family and he got fired for his actions.
      Whether Moore wins or not is not important to the MAGA agenda since Moore is a Cruz acolyte and will be a UniParty member when he gets to the Senate.

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      • 1popefrancis says:

        You either believe it or not – Trump in a room of mordor had one shining light – Bannon who said – “100% you will win!”
        NO ONE ELSE SAID THAT – No one…
        DEAL WITH IT!

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      • MAGAbear says:

        Whatever one thinks of Moore, he’s not anyone’s “acolyte”. He does what he thinks is right, for good or bad.

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  35. Covpepe says:

    Sundance is a brilliant mind. Why does she/he hide behind a screen name? Will we ever know the true identity of sundance or will we continue to accept this anonymity forever? Her/His intentions are pure. Why hide?

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  36. Tejas Rob says:

    >In 2017 the entire apparatus of the DC system is trying to use Alabama to defeat the existential risk that is Donald Trump.<

    Have to wonder if President Trump outsmarted them by backing Luther Strange. They can't tie him to Moore now.

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  37. Kevin Roiz says:

    One thing that seems strange to me is that I think most people would have signed that Christmas 77 and not include the century.

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  38. mnlakes says:

    Breaking! Roy Moore Was Just Vindicated!
    Roy Moore’s attorney says they have “experts” who found the message in Beverly Nelson’s yearbook “is not consistent with his handwriting”.
    http://redstatewatcher.com/article.asp?id=105310

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  39. sunnydaze says:

    The only upside in this sh*tshow is i can keep eating Hebrew Nationals now, and buying Nature Made vitamins.

    Hope Hannity loses every single one of his sponsors.

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  40. tazz2293 says:

    This is a lot bigger than Moore.

    The feminist left, the Uniparty and their minions have declared war on all white men unless that man is the right kind to be allowed membership int he big club. This is now SOP where they will come up with accusations against any man running for office who is not like them, who will not be like them, who will not conform and assimilate to their ways.

    The Cabal (Deep State) screwed up and somehow President Trump was elected, a true outsider, the cabal does not intend to allow it to happen again.

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  41. ditzee58 says:

    Remember how the WaPo reporter wanted to give a woman $1000 to cast aspersions on Jusge Moore? Seems now WaPo is trying to do some backpedaling. I, for one, do believe that the reporter offered the money because there’s not much I would put past any of them. The robocall just happens to use the name of a real WaPo reporter, Lenny Bernstein
    http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2017/11/14/alabama_robocall_impersonates_washington_post_reporter_paying_for_roy_moore.html

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  42. SR says:

    Hannity got more than what he deserved because there is no competition in conservative media business and he is not bright like Tucker. Hannity did kind of stuff many times first he goes full blow heart then next day drops out after sponsor start leaving . Same thing happened with Seth Rich case. Media matters knows how to control Hannity.

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    • I disagree. And whatever faults Hannity has some of us will NEVER forget that he hung on in the Terri Schiavo case when NOBODY would touch it. Don’t EVEN try and talk about him being controllable.

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      • M. Mueller says:

        I’ll give you the Terri Schiavo case, but this, “you have 24 hours to prove your innocence,” is a bunch of ……… Guilt must be proven – not innocence!

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  43. Bacall says:

    Supporting Roy Moore is a no-brainer. All you have to consider is that he is pro-life and his opponent Doug Jones defends partial birth abortion. The smear here by both Dems and GOP is an attempted political assassination. I say elect Roy Moore and hang the Ten Commandments in the Capitol building! MAGA.

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  44. The Democrats would sell their soul to the Devil (AGAIN) to win elections but since its too late for that they have to resort to the tranditional lying, cheating and stealing.
    At least the dem’s know how to stage a sort of passable dog and pony show.
    Republicans like McConnell, Cruz and Mad Man Mc-Cain are content to play the supporting role of clueless sycophants sitting on the sidelines wagging their tails and barking.

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  45. Moore is still up by 6 in the Fox 10/Strategy Research Poll released today. It has a very high sample size and very low margin of error. Moore is ahead of the Dem, outside the margin of error. Way to go Alabama!

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  46. Totally Domestic says:

    What it all boils down to is the Swamp will not let into the Senate anyone they can’t compromise. Judge Roy Moore has already proven that he is a threat to their whole agenda.

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  47. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Some great stuff here. ALL-RED is in trouble.

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  48. Sundance, I believe that this is actually about a cover up of the swamp’s turning a blind eye to, profiting from and even engaging in : pedophilia, sex trafficking, child sex slavery, child porn.

    The global elitists have been having a field day now for decades running innocents through OUR nation and we have not only not heard a word from our ‘leaders’, but there can be no question that with some of the main players walking about free and hobnobbing with these same leaders…there is unified allowance.

    Some years ago NAMBLA felt emboldened by Obama’s presidency to brazenly write on their website that they were counting the decisions that brought them ever close to decriminalizing pedophilia. Certainly the decision well over a decade ago in TExas, to allow underage boys to be sodomized behind closed doors, was a huge boost for NAMBLA and the activist immorals.

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    • What is more , if America learns that ‘pizzagate’ was real but so much bigger than was hinted at…these swamp creatures could not find a corner of the earth far enough to protect them and they would be STRIPPED of their freedom and worldly goods…by Americans fired up in the manner of the French revolutionists.

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  49. ga48 says:

    I will probably be excoriated for what I am about to say. First we all can agree that the Dems have nothing to recommend them other than giving freebies to entitled, unproductive, takers. If they say they stand for dismantling law and order, opening the borders, allowing a rogue regime to develop a h-bomb, releasing felons from prison, throwing 10 trillion down a drain, or trying to divide the nation into groups that hate each other, they might get 30% of the electorate to vote for them. Basically trashing their opponents is their only hope of being elected. That said, Roy Moore seems probably to be at worst a pedophile, and at best a creepy guy who no father would want within a mile of his daughters.
    While losing the Alabama senate seat to a closet socialist is painful, giving the Dems a tar baby to beat us over the head with for six years is worse. For better or worse, we need to be and should be better than them.

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    • Colle Bay says:

      “While losing the Alabama senate seat to a closet socialist is painful,”

      Yeah, sure, let them have the seat. sarc/

      The next guy that runs that’s an outsider will also get the Roy Moore treatment. All they need is a Hillary campaign worker to lie and it’s all over.

      There is no proof of anything illegal or immoral here. And people need to stop throwing around the word ‘pedophile’ for teenagers. Sixteen is/was the age of consent. They drive cars. They can legally work. They can get GEDs. They can even enroll in college. They are not children. They are teenagers.

      Pedophiles are interested in pre-pubescent CHILDREN or very early tweens.

      Now I’m not thrilled with adults dating teenagers but they are not pedophiles as the term is defined and the standards 40 to 50 years ago are different then they are today. Especially in the south.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Really, what exactly did Moore do that was wrong? My mother was 18 when she met my father, who was 33. You’re saying my father was creepy? Do I think big age gaps are a good idea, no. Should they be illegal, no.

      What you don’t understand is they will do this to anyone.

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    • Lulu says:

      I don’t remember seeing you post here before. And if dating 16 or 17 year old girls is pedophilia than there are a whole lot of famous and regular people who are pedophiles including many in your family history and e everyone else’s.

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