Roy Moore Campaign Officials Hold Press Conference (Video)…

Alabama campaign officials who support Roy Moore held a press conference yesterday to outline the reason for their continued support.  Additionally, several officials confronted and deconstructed the accusations.

The audio is a little sketchy in the beginning:

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  1. right you ARE.
    AND RIGHT THINKING PEOPLE KNOW THIS WHO KNOW THE JUDGE.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Having worked in law for many years, Allred can refuse to hand over the year book, but it can be sought after by motion in court. By not releasing it, indicates it is not anything but a false allegation. Workers from the restaurant said no one knew her there and if under 16 no job there. Nelson must be a bought and paid idiot of the DNC or maybe even the 2 parties in 1 as both are desperate NOT to have Moore in Congress. So, Alabamans do vote for a good judge and candidate because you know a good man from falsehoods.

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        You absolutely must see the picture if you haven’t already of the former police officer who claims to have heard rumours of Moore being banned from the mall. I leave it to you to decide if that looks like someone who would Lie about something like that.

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        • lftpm says:

          Her hair bleached from black to blond FROM THE ROOTS? Her brain bleached first and the follicles in her head followed?

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          • lftpm says:

            We should believe women. Including the waitresses who say they worked at The Olde Hickory House who say the restaurant exterior was well lighted, the dumpsters were at the side of the restaurant, not the back, there was no parking lot in the back, and the clientele were blue collar shift workers from the Goodyear plant, not white-collar guys who wore suits. They do not ever remember seeing then DDA Moore, which they probably would have as an unusual “upper class” member, if he was a frequent customer.

            I believe men, including the police officer who knew then DDA Moore from working in the courthouse, was a frequent TOHH customer and is sure he never saw DDA Moore there.

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    • Beverly says:

      Wow, they just DEMOLISHED the accusations against Roy Moore. This was powerful. Everybody, send this video far and wide, and especially to anyone you know in Bama!

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  2. filia.aurea says:

    Great Press Conference. In the words of Roy Moore’s Chief Political Strategist to the fake news media “This is not the Jerry Springer Show”….haha.

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  3. CoffeeBreak says:

    ooo weee…I really liked that campaign strategist telling the media what time it was. good stuff.

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  4. kltk1 says:

    Not a fan of Roy Moore, at all. The dude is creepy. That said, what establishment Republicans are doing to him is far worse. This is exactly what Bannon has been talking about and we can’t let them win by smear. It’s an old tactic that has to stop. We expect it from the left, and even during Republican primaries, but not from Republicans once the primary is over and the people have spoken. It’s time for establishment R’s, McConnell McCain Rove Jeb Thune Romney etc, to get the message the Average American Citizen won’t sit back and let them dictate to us who will, and will NOT, serve in the congress.

    It’s also time for citizens to start engaging their States and working on term limits for federal congressional seats at the state level. Congress will never put term limits on themselves. The career politician is destroying America. There is a need for a few career politicians to keep some sort of continuity in government, but the number there today is over the top.

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    • prenanny says:

      It is an abject MYTH that there needs to be career politicians for continuity of government, they are only needed to continue the CORRUPTION.
      A politician is elected to represent the PEOPLE who elected them NOT government.

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      • kltk1 says:

        All the more reason to vet, extremely, all candidates for congress, no? This is why primaries matter. If term limits are done at the state level, we’ll get a pretty good mix because not all states will pass term limits. Certainly won’t be any worse than it is now. IMO.

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        • Brenda Purington says:

          That’s not how it would work. There has to be an amendment to the constitution to enact term limits in congress. 3/4 of the states have to vote to pass that. That’s 38 states.

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Yes. I would love to see it happen, but am not holding my breath.

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          • bessie2003 says:

            Repealing the Amendment that took away the different State governments constitutional right to select the two people who would represent the interests of the State in the federal Senate would restore the balance because it puts the responsibility back onto the citizens who vote into office their statewide legislators, where it should be.

            There would then be no need for federal term limits, that just further centralizes who gets to be in the big party, let the individual states choose who should represent the states.

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        • sejmon says:

          Go Judge MOORE Go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • G. Combs says:

        We need four major things.

        #1. EDUCATION! We need the real history of American taught as well as civics.

        #2. Over turn Citizens United and ban corporate, (especially international) contributions to politicians.

        #3. Ban professional lobbyists.

        #4. Ban international influence on Congress. We have a State Department. It is that Department’s job to interact with foreigners NOT CONGRESS CRITTERS!!! (Also make it illegal for Congress Critters to travel outside the USA and interfere with the State Department, as McSlime has repeatedly done.)

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      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        Politicians were meant to be elected to uphold The Constitution. The Constitution was created by and ratified by the States to provide a federal government with limited, enumerated powers. All other powers were reserved to the States. The 10th Amendment, “the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”, has preserved the powers of the federal and state governments until present day since 1791. This clarifies that the federal government powers are “few and defined” and the State government powers are “numerous and indefinite” even today, though, this is not always enforced by the federal government.

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    • Dekester says:

      Kltk1, Thanks for the post, and yesterday was a great day for Judge Moore. PDJT essentially supporting him at the presser before heading off to Florida. Where he basically told McConnell and all the rest to F.O.

      The three guys in the video were stellar, and Moore looks good for the win, with three like that on the ground in Alabama.

      To your point about term limits. Apparently Conyers has been in Congress 52 years. He was in Congress under LBJ ( interesting three letters to play with.)

      Numerous others are in their eighties, and have been at the trough for multiple decades.

      That is just plain silly, and obviously not what your founders intended.

      Imagine your Paul Ryan in another forty years. Yikes!

      God bless PDJT.

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      • maga2004 says:

        Dekester, I noticed something interesting when President Trump strolled over to talk to the press on his way to Marine Force One; our beautiful First Lady, who usually stands stoically at her husband’s side, was actually smiling, to the point of almost laughing out loud. You couldn’t see the press in the camera shot but you could hear them. I told my son they sounded like a gaggle of geese! Melanea must have seen the ridiculous sight of them all jumping up and down like monkeys and couldn’t help but giggle.

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        • webgirlpdx says:

          Hubby and I were noticing and talked about Melania last night too in watching this. How when he first announced to through the victory how she was by nature stoic and serious. But how quickly she has blossomed into her role as our beautiful and classy First Lady.

          She knows she’s important and I think loves what she is doing representing the American People.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      But saying he’s creepy supports the smear campaign. Why is he creepy?

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      • amwick says:

        IDK about creepy, perhaps a bit eccentric.? He lived in Australia and wrangled wombats or something… Unusual life..

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      • doit4atlas says:

        I agree! People have such shallow thinking that the mob makes an allegation and it becomes the truth. It’s lame. Say you don’t agree with his policies, that his religiosity turns you off, but to use the term that the mob wants you to use, makes you part of the mob.

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        • oldtoenail says:

          I agree 100% with stopping the lame, vague descriptions of people. All too often that is how the cowardly commenters work. They don’t have the courage to say what they mean so they make these comments that actually demean someone without really doing it boldly.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        I think the commenter was implying that Moore was “guilty” and wouldn’t have been allowed to run had there been “extreme vetting of candidates” (by whom, I might ask).
        Furthermore, he’s one of those *cough* Christian extremists…

        Note that although “smear” was mentioned, no support or mention of Judge Moore’s innocence was made. Carefully worded, but also a smear.

        Parseltongue. CTR are getting trickier…

        Go Judge Roy, don’t let the DEMONcRATs and RINOs get you down. And GOD be with you and yours!

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          I don’t think for a second Roy more is down on himself from this smear. He is a principled man of God and strong in his convictions. A man, who knows the differences between right and wrong, is intelligent and has compassion and love for others.

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          • sat0422 says:

            I think it is now a fact that if you don’t fit the D.C. idea of what a congressman or woman should be, then be prepared for all out war. However, when we look back on real history, the many politicians have had emotional and violent encounters while attempting to serve the country.
            Nothing new here except the news that “talking heads” repeat, rehash, and pound over and over again and again daily. It’s like they might lose a job if they stop talking. I have just about stopped listening to any of them anymore.
            I will agree that the sexual misconduct that is out and proven to be true is something that is long overdue. We have a history of mistreating kids and it is so evident by the recent sex scandals of coaches, politicians, and others. It really speaks to the sad state of our society and how dangerous the world has become for our kids. Do you think it is because of the water we drink or the drugs we take, some legal and some not so legal? Or, is it just the evil nature of humans in general? Bring back the bible and read it like there is no othe truth. I haven’t heard anyone talk about how to stop the cruel nature that is before our eyes…have you?

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes, as if being in government his entire adult life wasn’t sufficient vetting? That’s one of them many things that make the accusations less than credible.

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            The ACLU and Southern Poverty Law Center massively vetted him during the Ten Commandments fight –

            thank you, ACLU and SPLC!

            ACLU and SPLC: you’re not welcome!

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            • mimbler says:

              You bet! They were looking for any and all dirt they could.

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              • Bendix says:

                Yet the woman who now says she told people about Roy Moore’s molestation of her when she was only fourteen didn’t speak up then.
                Nor did anyone she says she told.
                Very curious.
                Sort of reminds me of how the NYT went looking for any and all dirt on candidate Trump, yet did not find the women who ended up accusing him.

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                • mimbler says:

                  And I’ve noticed the press never mentions the allegations against Moore now without calling them credible.
                  That way the low info viewers assume there is something to them.

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      • MVW says:

        Curry,
        Thank you for challenging that narrative. Moore is a standup guy with grit, backbone. 10 commandments are the foundation of ethical life and essential for America. No wonder GOPe ropers are his enemy, as they are ours…

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    • massivedeplorable says:

      The smear is creepy. IMO Moore is not.

      I have been a political aficionado for 3 decades, and I have never seen a smear so deftly launched, and so quickly refuted. Moore is hatred because he loves Jesus Christ- you know, the guy the political Left killed because he preached a kingdom pf peace and love.

      The left would kill him today were he to be among us in the flesh.

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    • sejmon says:

      Go judge MOORE Go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Cliff says:

      A big help would be returning to the states the right to vote for the senate, not the people (repeal the 17th amendment). This would allow immediate recall and replacement of senators if they weren’t doing their jobs of representing their state’s citizens, as originally intended by the founders. Then we wouldn’t have to suffer through the entire 6 year term, hoping (in vain, usually) for a better choice.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Yes, the downfall of the USA was over one hundred years ago in 1913 when we were saddled with the Federal Reserve PRIVATE central bank and banker script instead of CONSTITUTIONAL gold and silver.

        The 16th Amendment Allowing the international Banksters to drop the yoke of DEBT slavery around the neck of Americans. — We pay 80-90% of our wages in tax and The 1984: Grace Commission Report to Reagan shows “100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Debt … all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government.”

        And finally the 17th Amendment that switched control FROM the states TO the Federal Government. One link I saw several years ago showed ~50% of a state’s revenue comes from the federal government. This gives the Central Government a LOT of control over the states.

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      • kltk1 says:

        OK. Then start a petition to lobby congress, and the states, to repeal “that” amendment. I agree with this completely, turn power back to the people. We have to remind ourselves that change is only going to come when we stand up and make it happen.

        In my view, the way Levin, Beck and other’s see it is wrong, and eerily suspicious. In today’s media/social media environment a constitutional convention can bring unwanted changes to the Constitution that might ultimately work against the Average American Citizen. Create a petition in your state, begin the process of building support for the position and make it happen.

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    • G. Combs says:

      NO TERM LIMITS!!!

      Do you REALLY want six years of Lame Duck senators of lame duck congressman??? Remember the lame duck session AFTER each election and before the new Congress Offal is seated is when all the really nasty laws get passed.
      >>>>>>>

      What we want to do is correct the CORE ISSUE!
      Bill Ivey of Global Cultural Strategies in the Podesta E-mails told us EXACTLY what the Swamp did to corrupt our election process.

      From:bi@globalculturalstrategies… [Bill Ivey]
      To: john.podesta@….
      Date: 2016-03-13 17:06
      Subject: From Bill Ivey
      …..I’m certain the poll-directed insiders are sure things will default to policy as soon as the conventions are over, but I think not. And as I’ve mentioned, we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking – and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging.

      ….I fear we are all now trying to navigate a set of forces that cannot be simply explained or fully understood, so it is and will reamin interesting! Sent with a handshake, Bill

      https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/3599

      Bill Ivey BIO

      ….From 1998 through 2001 Ivey served in the Clinton-Gore administration as Senate-confirmed chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, and in that capacity is credited with both increasing the agency’s budget and restoring good relations between the NEA and Capitol Hill.

      Bill Ivey is a trustee of the Center for American Progress, and was a Team Leader in the Barack Obama presidential transition….

      Ivey has extensive experience in the music industry.  He was director of Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for more than two decades, and was twice elected chairman of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. He is a four-time Grammy Award nominee. He is past president of the American Folklore Society, and today serves the Society as Senior Advisor for China.
      http://globalculturalstrategies.com/bio/

      In other words, Bill Ivey was in control of some of our cultural transmission belts.

      A comment to me from Kent Clizbe author of Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness and Destroyed America

      “Gail,

      I call the various manifestations of anti-Normal belief systems “opportunistic infections.”

      Normal-American culture was our country’s immune system. Our cultural transmission belts transmitted to each successive generation the story of America: a land of freedom, liberty, opportunity.

      When those transmission belts (the media, academia/education, Hollywood) were infected with the anti-Normal payload, our culture lost its immune system.

      Now any anti-Normal message is celebrated by PC-Progs, simply for its anti-Normal content. Our immune system is gone. We are unable to recognize attacks on our culture, much less to fend them off.

      Their are hugely dangerous attacks on-going INSIDE our culture and country….”

      This is the real mess we have to clean up. Term limits is nothing but ‘Oh look a squirrel!’ a band aid that does worse than just hides the infection.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        TOTALLY DISAGREE on lack of term limits. We NEED them PERIOD.

        And to say they would be lame ducks, YES, they already are lame ducks, sucking up salaries and benefits that they have not earned because they are not working tor the people as they promised and swore to go to work for.

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        • Craig W. Gordon says:

          Or lets repeal the 17th Amendment. Lets get back to our states selecting our US Senators (the way it used to be) rather than them being elected popularly. If the Senators mess up they can be yanked and replaced by their state they are suppose to serve. It is a built in form of term limit that keeps Senators from becoming McCains, Ted Kennedy types.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            Sorry, I think this should always be the people’s choice. I don’t want, or trust, any of the crooks in my state choosing my reps anywhere.

            State legislatures operate just like Congress. The laws are not written by the legislators, they are written by the lobbyists. They are being bought and paid for every day of the week just like their federal counterparts.

            Just ask Ammon Bundy.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            A Republic If You Can Keep It – What happened to AB408

            What authority are they acting on?

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      • mark4trump says:

        Never heard this argument against term limits — but it’s a good one. I remember Arlen Specter always tracked to the right as it got close to re-election time. But why Pennsylvania kept voting for him over & over again — beats me.

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      • Carolina Kat says:

        I completely agree with the short-sighted affects of term limits. Right now Richard Burr is our Senator in NC and is leading the witch hunt of Trump in Congress. He declared before his election that this was his last election – has NOTHING to lose in alienating the NC voters. Bob Corker and Jeff Flake – not running again – running their mouths off because of it. If we don’t have the threat of ending the political careers, we don’t have any leverage against the Swamp.

        Would more altruistic people run for election if they knew they only had two terms? No. Just people with short term greedy goals.

        No on term limits. The voter is supposed to impose those. We need a more educated citizenry and a free press.

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      • I agree, G. Combs. We don’t need term limits. What we need is to prevent the corruption money from getting to the politicians. Cut off the dirty money, and politicians will have to live off of their salary, just like the rest of us. Yearly financial audits of all federal politicians should be mandatory. Probably wouldn’t be a bad idea to require mandatory medical evaluations, as well as random drug testing. Start doing all of that, and most politicians will only stay in for one term.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        I used to agree with you, G. Combs, regarding teem limits. After 40 years of struggling and hoping that Congress would improve, I have instead watched not only Congress but government in general descend to an unprecedented level of corruption. Term limits certainly would not be a panacea, but they might limit at least part of the corruption.

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        • G. Combs says:

          JoAnn,

          All term limits mean is the Swamp just rotates the swamp rats in office.

          We should have learned that lesson with the presidential line-up of:
          Bush – Clinton – Bush – Obama – Bush or Clinton.
          It is only the advent of President Trump that saved us from a Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush presidency as was planned by America’s Ruling class.

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        • MVW says:

          There are so many troublesome sides to yes or no term limits. One side is that only big money will win out as name recognition = reputation will disappear. Then money is all that is left.

          The internet has changed things, see the GOPe ropers exodus. So, I dunno.

          I think the key is to make sure the internet does not get usurped by Google, Facebook and ilk.

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      • Bendix says:

        You make some very important points, which I agree with.
        Term limits is reductionist and simplistic.
        The term limit is the election.

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    • fern721 says:

      States cannot put term limits on Federal positions. We can only vote them out.

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    • Well, just calling Roy Moore “creepy” shows no sense of fairness. If you have issues with him be straight and say so. Do you object to his political positions, his Christian beliefs, or do you simply buy into the smear?

      Two weeks ago I knew little about the man or this campaign. I’ve read much since then, including the exhaustive research from Thomas Wictor. I found much to admire about Roy Moore, and contributed to his campaign. Watching President Trump speak up for Moore and point out Doug Jones’ record at the gaggle was excellent!

      I find concern trolls and vague comments to be “creepy”. This race is much too important for that. In setting the stage for 2018, we need Senator Moore helping Trump MAGA and challenging Turtle, while slapping back WaPo and Gloria Allred slithering back under her rock.

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  5. prenanny says:

    I am Thankful for a man like Judge Moore.
    Am jealous of Alabamians being able to vote on 12/12 as there is nothing more I would like to do than hammer another nail in the coffin of the DC swamp.
    Git er done ALABAMA
    MAGA

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    • Remington says:

      Wonderful video…they could have gone on and on to make their case. …’And to hear the
      press jackals at the end was nothing short of nauseating. Judge Moore will win and Alabama will carry the day.

      ‘Love the way they conceptualized the good folks of Alabama. for just a minute there, I was back in ‘Bama, where we lived for 5 glorious years. God and Country…family and football….Great people….Damn, do I miss it. The antithesis of “living” out here in L.A. behind enemy lines.

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    • MVW says:

      Trump killing the Johnson amendment was a huge step to bring JR Moore to the fore. That plus the internet may be what we need to keep our republic… if we can just kill the Socialist Google and Facebook monopolies… notice a theme there 🙂

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  6. Curry Worsham says:

    That was target practice. The two allegations that involve criminality are full of holes and they just made some new ones.

    The Washington elites wish they could control Alabama like they control Virginia. 12/12 is not even gonna be close.

    Roll Roy!

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  7. Peter says:

    The world Ian watching – he is exactly right.

    The question on Every man and woman’s mind: what will trump do?

    You know the next million dollar troll is going to be like age 12, do you put tax cuts and Obamacare repeal at risk and lead? Or hide behind consultants all shouting “hot potato”?

    2 weeks. What is this Moore race? It’s the first follower. Without Moore winning on 12/12 , the tremendous momentum when he does win is lost.

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  8. maiingankwe says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed this media conference. The msm did not get what they wanted, and that makes me very happy.

    I liked the Dean guy, the last one at the end, he was a bit long, but that was alright. Plus, I enjpyed his comparison of the msm’s questions to the Jerry Springer show. Now that was truthful and funny. I also liked how he explained why he wasn’t going to answer any of their questions just then, he knew it would only be Jerry Springer show questions and he just didn’t feel like it. I sure as heck didn’t blame him and he was right.

    They all did well in laying out the false media narrative. I’m thankful for what they had said, and how easily it was to debunk right along with blaming the msm for not doing any research, which was easy enough. I also liked how they explained to the Alabama voters that the msm had absolutely refused to print anything from the witnesses that would go against their own narrative. The msm refused to give these witnesses the time of day simply because they did not want their readers to know the other side of the argument.

    They made the msm look like the inept fools they are. The last speaker also spoke out about McConnel and the $30 million he had already spent to defeat Judge Moore. Now that is a heck of a great deal of money, which shows he is not for the People of Alabama, but for the power people and what they can do for him in hurting us and our republic and our President Trump. Yeah, I liked how he said McConnel multiple times and how much of a snake he really is. No fear and that is what we needed to see and hear. God Bless.

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  9. Hehe…..Now that press conference was by Alabamians. I know those people and the hair is starting to stand up on the back of their necks…… Here is some advice for you McConnell……RUN.

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  10. Dekester says:

    Thank you M.

    That was a great read, and one couldn’t agree more.

    Now I know why Republicans never fought before. They did not have a leader, or mentor if you will.

    Most of the guys on this site will have been in a few fights in school. It was something, depending on where you grew up. That you had to do.

    I remember my grandma sending me back to school to seek out this bully.( I was around 9 or 10) because I had come home bubbling.

    Well I shocked the bully, and pounded the s**t out of him.

    Kinda like what is going on now. The MSM, Dems and RINOs are bullies, PDJT stood, and continues to stand up to them. His winning is infectious. As your President says never give up.

    God bless PDJT

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    • You must be a guy….women are trained to cry and claim sex abuse to get back.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Not this woman. Mom did the exact same thing to me. Sent me back to school and told me to catch the bully off school grounds. Of course I already got a phone call home from daycare at age four for flattening a bully that was assaulting the other little girls. Then he punched me and I taught him some manners.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        I got into a little tussle one morning at the bus stop because the bully there told me to take back my words that he was a jerk (because he had picked on a smaller kid). I said that I DID say that, it was true that I said it and so I could not take it back so I guess I would have to fight –

        of course, being a girly-girl (admitting that readily), I was really upset that my nice impeccable white shoes and bobby socks got dirty but thankfully the school bus pulled up in a timely manner.

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  11. ivanthenuc says:

    A little over a month before an important election, an election that could realistically be the deciding vote in the distribution of Trillions of dollars, and vague and wild accusations come out of no where regarding the republican candidate – accusations that paint a man who has never seemed anything other than respectable as a despicable sexual deviant – accusations that are instantly used to perform a figurative lynching by liberals on both the left and the right.

    I knew immediately that it was an obvious hit job – completely fake and meant only to cause enough doubt in the minds of the voters to swing the election to the dem candidate – people like mcconnel would rather have the dem they understand and can work with than a republican who may spoil their well laid plans.

    We have seen this happen time and again over the years and it is high time we quit falling for it. Of course, it would help if we were smart enough to quit reelecting the RINOs like mcconnnell so that we had some principled leadership who would fight this as well rather than helping to pull it off.

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  12. Epic beat down!!!!!

    This is how these situations need to be dealt with. Efff the FAKE MEDIA.

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  13. StanH says:

    Well done indeed! This is how you roll back the liberal hyenas, do not argue a false premise, but destroy the false premise. This is an imperative to draining the swamp. We must always remember their BS is a mile wide and a millimeter thick, poke at it like Judge Moore and PDJT have, and it will evaporate like a stale fart in a brisk wind.

    MAGA!

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  14. My heart is singing today and tomorrow is “thanksgiving day”. I cannot wait to cast my vote for Judge Roy Moore. Although I grew up in Texas, Alabama is my adopted home state. Let me assure you, Alabama is a very, very, special place. MAGA

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      I hope that if any voters in Alabama use absentee ballots that they will fight like hell to make sure those are counted – accurately and immediately – as well –

      although I used an absentee ballot one time (in California) in case I was not able to go to the polls (taking care of grandmother – she and I and her elderly neighbor got together and did our absentee ballots), it was extremely upsetting to hear that they were not counted – although it was the 2000 election and George W. Bush (our choice) was finally “adjudicated” as the winner, it really always irked me that they said it was by so few votes (popular) when all those absentee ballots were purportedly not counted (and overseas military personnel received their absentee ballots by 3rd class mail so were effectively disenfranchised).

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    • fred2w says:

      I live in DC and can’t vote for Moore. 😦

      Glad to hear he’s got so much support in Alabama. 🙂

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  15. GetReal says:

    Yet this morning the MSM continues to ignore all of the rebuts from Moore’s team or anything that casts doubt on the women’s version of events claiming “The accusers must never be doubted”. It really is pathetic. Even a reporter from a high school newspaper would’ve normally gone to the courthouse to check out some of these things, but not in today’s PC world.

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    • SeekerOfTruth says:

      “The accusers must never be doubted” Unless the accuser is attacking a liberal. Then the accusers are attacked with fury.

      MSM besides being very biased is extremely lazy.
      Example: Where do they get their news stories? From the very liberal filtered tweets from a very liberal biased Twitter. And that is it. National reporters do nothing much else. Massive liberal echo chamber of short sound bites with no verification of anything anymore.

      Filter your twitter feeds and get only what you want and never doubt that much of what is said on twitter is a complete lie especially by the left.

      ==> However I have found that many Local news people are much better at their jobs and do actual investigative reporting and gathering information before reporting.

      I will watch some news from a few local channels (Milwaukee) but never anything national. Even some locals reporting on national news is much better than MSM nationals paid millions a year to say fluff lies.

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      • Carolina Kat says:

        This cannot be assigned to laziness. This is a deliberate smear – and as such will be treated as fact. No contravening information will be allowed to break the surface.

        Alabama is under siege by a nefarious national media. Pray, vote, and pray some more. God bless you Alabama. Don’t let them steal your voice.

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      • They are lazy and biased, in addition to being our domestic enemies. They lie for their masters, those who desire to continue the slow motion destruction of our life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.

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      • Seeker – you are right about local news people. I know this because I was one.
        Want to know where the national press get their news stories? In addition to Twitter, they get the stories from press releases, written by the companies selling stuff or by campaign staffs selling their candidates.

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  16. Michael says:

    You can get the documents at the Autauga courthouse. I can give directions.
    HAHAHAHA! Epic!

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  17. G. Combs says:

    What many forget is the simmering ANGER in the Deep South.

    What has happened recently?
    The Left ATTACKS the Confederate Flag and Nikki Haley and others take it down, bowing to the Left.
    The Left ATTACKS the Confederate statutes and the Republicans do NOTHING to defend our historical monuments.
    The Left ATTACKS the National Anthem and Old Glory and the Republicans do NOTHING to defend our national symbols.
    The Left ATTACKS our Christian morals and symbols and the Republicans do NOTHING. Thus leaving us with the removal of Christian symbols (but not Islamic) gay marriage, infancide (A late term fetus is viable outside the womb so it darn well IS infancide!) and men in our girls bathrooms and showers.

    Now those very angry Southern Patriots have the chance to stick it to both the Left, and the left’s lap dogs the Yellow Stream Media and the RINOS.

    If Moore’s campaign can get their message out expect Judge Moore to SLAUGHTER the DemonRat.

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  18. I like that last guy…tell those faux journalists where to go!

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  19. Carolina Kat says:

    What I want most for Christmas? McConnell out. Ditch Mitch.

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  20. pluffmudgirl says:

    Spoke to my Mom and Dad yesterday. They live near Ft. Rucker (Dad is ret. Army) in deep south Southern Alabama. They said folk around the Dothan “city” area aren’t too keen on Trump, but they don’t have any issues wearing their MAGA caps. Almost all their Military peeps (retired and active duty) are MAGA enthusiasts and have zero questions about Moore. Dad said the reporters needed to talk with people who didn’t live in the Montgomery, Selma or Birmingham areas. Rural area folk would snort if asked their opinion about the accusations against Moore. The snort is ~~ “You really think we would have waited 30 years to confront someone who chased little girls.” According to my Dad…In Alabama someone may or may not like Moore, but unless they live in Montgomery, Selma or Birmingham, they would have little confidence in the accusations and would wonder how much “those women” were paid to gossip. “Those Women” is akin to “Bless Your Heart” here in the South.

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  21. kinthenorthwest says:

    The One Yearbook Note Moore Accuser Wishes She Didn’t Write
    https://www.teaparty.org/one-yearbook-note-moore-accuser-wishes-didnt-write-278396/

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  22. webgirlpdx says:

    pluff: God bless your parents. True Patriots!

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  23. Mia C says:

    The ONLY THING WRONG: They didn’t mention that the yearbook fraud lady had Judge Moore as her divorce judge. A shocking fact she hid and that that’s how she got access to his signature. They need to hammer that home.
    –Other than that this was a great press conference.
    –I do NOT believe these harpies accusing him.
    –And he made the other point that needs to be hammered home every day. This is the FIRST Senate election since Trump was elected which is why the Establishment McConnell and liberals are waging this false campaign.
    –That was interesting about the 14 year old though. She was 1) a troubled child 2) lived with her dad not mom like she said. So her phony story that Judge Moore caused her to become a hellraiser was a total fabrication. Anyone I knew who was a hellraiser as a teenager, I’d have trouble believing today when you could prove parts of their story were not accurate.
    –Anyway, great press conference but really needed to mention that Judge Moore was the yearbook lady’s divorce judge and that she hid that fact.

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    • Bendix says:

      I’m thinking the woman wasn’t clever enough to come up with the idea of using the signature all by herself, either.
      I wonder who helped her?

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  24. Mia C says:

    Scott Adams‏Verified account @ScottAdamsSays
    16h16 hours ago

    Revised prediction: The yearbook signature irregularity provided a “fake because” that will get Roy Moore elected. If the signature doesn’t fit, the voters will acquit.
    _______________

    So Judge Moore really needs to drive this one home. Everyone needs to hear he was her divorce judge and that her story hid that when she “came forward” with the crocodile tears and drawing of herself.

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  25. Mia C says:

    I knew the yearbook lady was lying because she 1) cried at the press conference. I’ve had some close calls with potential rapists and your reaction is relief. You might be angry and want to warn the world about the perp. But you’re not crying about it. You got away, nothing happened and it was 34 years ago. Incidents that happened to me 20 years ago–that I successfully escaped– couldn’t make me cry. It was just not the right reaction. 2) She claimed to be a Trump voter from Alabama but she went and got Republican-campaign-killer California Democrat Gloria Allred to represent her. That’s like a California Obama supporter going to a Alabama Tea Party lawyer to prove his birth certificate was fake. It’s just simply NOT possible. 3) That she showed a big painting of herself instead of photos. That was simply too dramatic and weird.
    —-
    I never would have dreamed that ON TOP OF THAT she was lying about how she knew Moore, that he was her divorce judge and that she’d actually fake a yearbook entry. I thought she had a genuine yearbook and then made up a story to fit what the lynch mob needed, since the previous accusations hadn’t moved the polls.
    —-
    To me, this lady needs to be sued. If there is a God, and it’s proven that He exists and still loves us when he defeated Hellish Hillary, He’ll also go after this Satanic yearbook fraudster as well. She needs to pay dearly for trying to throw an election and ruin a man’s reputation.
    ___
    If we do NOT go after false accusers harshly, the current witch hunt atmosphere is going to take out good people. We MUST take this lady to court and sue for damages and imprison her for faking a signature or ANYONE will be subject to similar false with hunts.

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    • Bendix says:

      When I first started hearing details of her story, they sounded familiar to me.
      Years ago, in my area, there was a report made of a robbery and attempted rape.
      It did not ring true to me. I studied the details carefully, as you naturally would if you were a young woman living near the scene of the crime.
      My thought was that, in such a busy area, at such a busy time, the attack could not have occurred, because someone would have seen it. This was at a mini-market, on a busy corner, during the morning rush. The woman said it happened near the dumpster. Well the dumpster was in plain sight.
      The report turned out to be untrue. At least in that case, the woman just claimed “a man” attacked her, and there was a rather generic looking sketch released. No real harm done, except for a small amount of time the police had to waste.
      The reason I bring this up now is because details about dumpsters that don’t actually fit the scene were employed in both cases. Ignorance of the actual layout is a tipoff that someone is making stuff up.

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  26. rumpole2 says:

    CNN eat your heart out… here is a proper count down….

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    • Bendix says:

      Gloria should have known better than to get involved.
      Here I was feeling sorry for her when her stupid daughter tried to damage her brand, during the Weinstein episode, now she’s ruining herself.

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  27. Dem’s/media’s/McConnell’s worst nightmare: Moore wins, Franken/Conyers resign.

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  28. yy4u says:

    I don’t know if Moore is guilty or not.
    Here’s what I DO know.
    The Chicago Tribune forced open Jack Ryan’s sealed divorce records which had kinky sexual stuff in them and forced him out of contention (allowing Barack Obama his senate seat).

    Mainstream Media released a 20+ year old DUI record on GWB the month before the election

    CBS reported Bush was AWOL during Nat. Guard training. Debunked thanks to the forger forgetting there weren’t any computers when the memo was supposedly written.

    Women came forward to accuse Herman Cain of impropriety to drive him out of the GOP primary in 2011.

    Anita Hill followed Clarence Thomas to his new job AFTER she said he harassed her.

    Moore has been running for office for the last how many years. Why is this just coming out?

    He ran against Strange in the primary? Why didn’t the “gropee” come forward then?

    I can claim the Pope grabbed me 40 years ago and there is no way he can prove he did not so long as I can prove I was in the same town as he that year.

    The yearbook signature looks phony to me. Especially the “DA” which supposedly was his clerk’s initials. But even if it weren’t and the writer was supposed to be RM, why the devil would someone print their TITLE on a personal message?

    This stinks to high heaven. It’s just another Democrat/Republican dirty trick.

    And by the way, I don’t think “Rino” works anymore for a lot of reasons. One is that many “Republicans” in the Senate (McCain, Murkowski, Collins to name three) no longer even PRETEND they’re not Democrats. The Democrats did a really smart thing infiltrating the Republican Party. Probably not rocket science tho’ since Republicans are too dumb to walk and chew gum at the same time.

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  29. Nope2GOPe says:

    Alabama is going to need many eyes on the ballots, and at the voter booths on the evening of the election.

    I put nothing past the Uniparty.

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  30. rumpole2 says:

    Whatever happened 40 years ago ….. is irrelevant now anyway.

    In many (daft) countries even a murderer/ rapist sentenced to “life” is let out after 20 years… considered to have atoned/ been redeemed/ whatever.

    IT IS NUTS to be even considering what happened 40 years ago.. especially since (at worse) it involved touching (through clothes)

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  31. sunnydaze says:

    This whole thing couldn’t be eminating from a more perfect place, historically speaking: Gadsden, Alabama, County Seat of Etowah County, AL.

    “Don’t Tread on Me”, Alabama!

    Go Alabama!

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  32. Betty says:

    Alabama men have the most awesome dimples !

    I do not mean to detract from their honest heartfelt testimony.

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  33. 17CatsInTN says:

    These bozo “reporters” don’t listen very well, do they? Don’t be yelling questions. Don’t be asking ridiculous questions. Don’t be rude. And, sure ’nuff, that is EXACTLY what they did. Sheesh. Makes you think they have an agenda, or somethin’, doesn’t it? It also makes me want to get out my switch and take them behind the outhouse for a well deserved lesson in disobedience consequences.

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  34. Sandra-VA says:

    Like

  35. MaineCoon says:

    Perfect. Perfect. Perfect press confence.

    Each person perfectly said what needed to be said and with 2 bases loaded the last man hit a home run and cleared the bases.

    Perfect strategy. No more “Jerry Springer Show”.

    Slammed Mitch. Slammed Jones. Slammed media.

    I think Moore will win this one. As he said, Alabamians — don’t be tricked. They won’t.

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  36. covfefe999 says:

    I just watched the video and I am laughing and cheering. I love it! All three guys were great but that last one, wow, I love a person who can get in front of the lying press and talk about the craziness of allowing men pretending to be women to access women’s bathrooms and locker rooms. I’m so tired of the “transgender” nonsense I could scream. Sorry trannies, but a man will NEVER be a woman and a woman will NEVER be a man. If you produce sperm you are a guy and if you produce eggs you are a woman. This accounts for 99.999999% of the population so we really do not need to be making laws for the rest.

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    • Beverly says:

      AMEN
      !!!!!!

      These so-called “transgenders” are what we old fossils used to call DRAG QUEENS.

      And of course, now this alleged “identity” will give cover to every pervert out there who wants to infiltrate women’s and girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms and leer and grope and yes, rape — it’s already happened, tho the demonic “media” keeps all such news under a strict embargo/blackout. Curse the lot.

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