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.

Is There Moore To The Story?

Everybody who is anybody has already offered an opinion of the sexual harassment allegations thrown at Alabama’s Judge Roy Moore, so I figured I needed to address the situation as well.

President Donald Trump took a step toward politically disowning Alabama’s Republican U.S. Senate candidate on Friday, saying he’s confident that Judge Roy Moore ‘will’ quit the race if shocking sexual allegations against him are accurate.

I don’t agree that statement can be classified as a “disowning.” It is more of an expectation Moore will do the right thing for himself, for the party, and for the country..

The Washington Post quoted four women on Thursday who said Moore made sexual overtures to them and touched them when they were 18 years old or younger. One accuser was 14 at the time, in 1979.

I question the timing. The nation’s foremost leftist rag just happens to unearth these women and their allegations a month before the election? And they all want to come forward after almost four decades? I guess it’s possible, but is it likely?

‘Like most Americans the president believes we cannot allow a mere allegation, in this case one from many years ago, to destroy a person’s life,’ Sarah Sanders told reporters aboard Air Force One as it descended toward Da Nang, Vietnam.

‘However,’ she continued, ‘the president also believes that if these allegations are true, Judge Moore will do the right thing and step aside.’

Okay, here’s my take on this story (and it’s similar to some pundits who have already opined). First of all, if the allegations are true, Moore should immediately step aside. The accusations are disgusting, and – again, IF true – disqualifying.

That said, the only people who absolutely know what happened are Moore and his accusers. Not the press, not the voters, and certainly not the GOP establishment.

Second, the usual establishment clowns – Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Jeff Flake, and John Cornyn are demanding Moore bow out of the race “if the allegations are true.” Worse still, Mitt Romney said this yesterday: “Innocent until proven guilty is for criminal convictions, not elections.” Apparently Mitt slept through the Due Process section of the Constitution.

Okay, but how are we going to prove the allegations are true? Unless there is hard evidence like audio or video, the charges are impossible to prove one way or the other. Certainly not before the December election.

I honestly don’t know what happened here – especially since I was ten years old when the first alleged incident occurred. What I do know is the Washington Post will do literally anything to derail a conservative, some people will do anything to earn their fifteen minutes of fame, and most politicians are cheats and liars.

No one wins at the end of this story, but I believe everyone is innocent until proven guilty and due process is essential if we are to be a nation of laws.