ALABAMA SENATE PRIMARY: MOORE’S POPULARITY SHAKES GOP ESTABLISHMENT

In a political year that has blown up conventional wisdom, the special election to fill the Alabama Senate seat vacated by Sen. Jeff Sessions’ confirmation to Attorney General, may further upend the status quo.

In an August 15th GOP primary, controversial former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore, bested interim Senator Luther Strange by roughly 6 percent, forcing a September 26 run-off. On primary night, Moore touted his maverick reputation.

“I’m running to make a difference in Washington, and those in Washington are scared,” he said.

 

Even here in the North, this race is being watched. The GOP candidate, just got crushed by a Trump independent. This had better send a message. Support your President, of be run out of office. However, I expect in their arrogant bubble world, they will continue as normal. They are locked into the paradigm, only republicans and democrats can play in Washington. Democrats and Republicans have not yet realized there is a storm coming.

And that storm is Americans. Citizens, both democrat and republican, are tired of watching their party, care about everyone in the world, except them. American citizens are tired of watching politicians, get rich with bribes for favorable legislation. Americans, are tired of watching their culture being destroyed and rewritten, while politicians either ignore or support the revisionist history. Americans, of all races, are tired of watching politicians inflame race relations.

I still hope President Trump, can stop the coming civil war.

Alabama Senate primary: Moore’s popularity shakes GOP establishment

Alabama Senate primary: Moore’s popularity shakes GOP establishment

In a political year that has blown up conventional wisdom, the special election to fill the Alabama Senate seat vacated by Sen. Jeff Sessions’ confirmation to Attorney General, may further upend the status quo.

Source: www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/09/12/alabama-senate-primary-moores-popularity-shakes-gop-establishment.html

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