An Alabama Slammer

Uber-leftist, abortion-on-demand Democrat Doug Jones won the Alabama Senate race last night by a single whopping point.

Senate Democrats and their celebrity feeder fish are lauding the victory, and claiming a new day for the Democratic Party, after barely beating someone who was labeled a “pedophile.”

Kudos, DNC. Kudos.

The election of Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate complicates — and could all but doom — Republican efforts to score any big wins for President Donald Trump.

The narrowing of the Senate Republicans’ already-slim majority represents a huge loss to the GOP, which failed this year to deliver on a campaign promise to repeal Obamacare and has struggled to pass spending legislation.

Don’t worry, guys; someone on Capitol Hill is very pleased this morning:

Yet Jones’ victory over Republican Roy Moore also comes as a relief to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. McConnell championed Moore’s primary opponent and called on the nominee to leave the race after several women came forward to complain that Moore had pursued them as teenagers.

Congratulations GOP establishment, you douchebags couldn’t sway a majority of Senate votes before last night; now you have another far-left Democrat in the building. You made this happen. Own it.

The GOP struggled throughout 2017 when it controlled 52 of the 100 seats in the Senate. Tuesday’s loss is sure to boost the influence of maverick Republican senators such as Susan Collins of Maine, who was one of three Republicans to oppose the Senate’s latest effort to repeal the 2010 Affordable Care Act.

The Obamacare repeal is now officially dead, the border wall is on life support, and the Democrats have another leftist asswipe running around the Beltway, all because Mitch McConnell and the GOP Establishment media thought Judge Roy Moore was “icky.”

I consider myself a Trump Republican. Say what you will about the man, but he has been more conservative in his actions than any president since Ronald Reagan. The rest of the GOP can wither away in obscurity.