The National Republican Party Is Pathetic!


"After Judge Roy Moore won the Alabama Republican senatorial primary election a few weeks ago, I wrote this:
You can bet that the establishment is not finished trying to destroy Roy Moore—not by any stretch of the imagination. When Trump stumped for Luther Strange last week, he said that Judge Moore would have a hard time winning the general election. He said that because he knows that not only will Roy Moore have to defeat the Democrat establishment, he will have to again defeat the Republican establishment. So, Roy’s fight is far from over.
Boy, were those words an understatement! After forty years in public office; after being investigated more times than probably any man in America; after being removed from office twice for not caving in to unconstitutional judicial rulings; after taking on the President of the United States Donald Trump, the Vice President of the United States Mike Pence, the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and the entire media and political establishments in New York and Washington, D.C.; and after having over $30 million spent against him by the Republican establishment AND WINNING—and just four weeks away from the most important senatorial election in modern American history—suddenly several women come out of nowhere to accuse Roy Moore of sexual improprieties from some forty years ago.
Writing for, Tim Brown writes, “It seems that Bezos’ CIA-ties Washington Post has decided to run a hit piece on Moore in which allegations by a woman who was then 14-years-old claims that Moore touched her sexually, and that three other teen girls at the time he was in his early thirties dated him and they hugged and kissed.
“The first thing that makes these accusations almost unbelievable is that Moore has been in Alabama politics as a judge for years.  He’s not been in some closet somewhere.
“Why are these allegations of things that allegedly took place four decades ago just now coming out?  My guess is it’s because the establishment knows Roy Moore is the real deal.”
Brown also notes that the so-called Washington Post reporter who broke this hit piece against Judge Moore has a rap sheet of her own. She was charged with four infractions of writing bad checks in at least three states. In North Carolina, the “reporter” was convicted of a crime punishable by up to six months in prison. It seems that this woman went from writing fake checks to writing fake news.
It seems, too, that the star accuser against Roy Moore, who says he improperly touched her and tried to get her to touch him improperly, has a history of falsely accusing Christian men of sexual improprieties. Some of her neighbors said that making false sexual accusations is the “pattern” for this woman. Apparently, the woman accused at least four Alabama pastors of sexual wrongdoing. Each time an investigation found the woman to be lacking credibility, and the accusations were dismissed. On one occasion an Alabama circuit judge refused to even hear the case, because the woman was determined to be a chronic liar and false accuser.
In spite of intense media pressure giving the accusations against Judge Moore almost non-stop coverage, polls indicated that the people of Alabama didn’t believe the woman and continued to support Roy’s senatorial campaign. He was several points ahead in most polls even AFTER the accusations.
Now in the last few days, another woman has come forward saying Judge Moore tried to rape her when she was 16. And, of course, the media is accepting the accusation as gospel truth and is unrelenting in regurgitating the woman’s accusation."

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