If that happens, get ready to see a backlash against the Republican Party establishment that hasn’t been seen since the rise of the Tea Party.
Weak-kneed Republicans are running for the hills to distance themselves from Christian constitutionalist Roy Moore. Here are two exceptions.
“an immovable rock in the culture wars”
Separately, Roy Moore’s campaign said in a statement, “This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation.”
This is exactly the opposite of WaPo’s desired outcome of their politically-timed and politically-motivated smear.
Unquestionably, in the past year, the “swamp” has literally thrown everything at Donald Trump to deny his victory and impede the will of the American people.
The WaPo smear piece, conveniently produced less than a month before the Alabama Senate election on December 12…
“I think that would help if you drop the jealousy a little bit about Fox News.”
The president said that he’s ordering the full release to put conspiracy theories to rest and for reasons of full disclosure and transparency.
“We’ve got a job to do damn it and so all of this nonsense — I’ve got nothing to say on it — everyone shut up and do your job is my view.”
“President Bush, I campaigned hard for you. You truly disappoint me, bro.”
“As General Kelly pointed out if you’re able to make a sacred act like honoring American heroes about yourself you’re an empty barrel.”
The White House declined to criticize McConnell’s leadership, instead blaming Senate Democrats for needless procedural delays.
“They’re not just haters of Judeo-Christian values. They hate America. That’s why they do these things.”
“That’s the Marxist way of dividing people.”
“You would think it would be a no-brainer but apparently, there are too many people up here with no brains and it’s not getting done.”
“But other than that we have a very good relationship.”
“It is deeply troubling that Secretary Clinton’s top advisor—who played a key role in the Benghazi cover-up—might be placed in a position to significantly influence foreign-policy.”