Here’s what Judge Roy Moore had to say after the election was certified.
“But four weeks the election, false allegations a scheme by liberal elites and the Republican establishment to protect their big government trough.”
“Many of you have recognized that this is an effort by Mitch McConnell and his cronies to steal this election from the people of Alabama and they will not stand for it.”
Here’s Leeann Weeden telling her sad story of feeling “violated” after being sexually assaulted by Democrat Al Franken and explaining why she’s doing it now.
Sean Hannity responds to a written letter provided to him by Judge Roy Moore
For Mitch McConnell, these kinds of dirty tricks against conservative Tea Party candidates is nothing new.
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.
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.
The WaPo smear piece, conveniently produced less than a month before the Alabama Senate election on December 12…
“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.”
The White House declined to criticize McConnell’s leadership, instead blaming Senate Democrats for needless procedural delays.
“I think he’s a huge part of the problem.”
The GOP establishment just got nuked, despite spending tens of millions of dollars in an attempt by Mitch McConnell to stop a conservative from being elected.
Several new polls are out and Judge Roy Moore has a commanding lead.
If Luther Strange wins, establishment RINO Mitch McConnell will be bolstered and it will be more of the same inaction from the U.S. Senate.