There is a reckoning on its way to Washington D.C., but the Deep State shills entrenched there are just not having it.
This all began when the American people rejected the career politician Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election. Clinton, like so many of the candidates available during the primaries, represents what Americans are calling the “Deep State”: Individuals who reside far beyond the realm of public servant, making a fortune off of the political system rather than working to improve the lives of their constituents. Clinton, the most diabolical agent of the political ruling class in some time, was doomed from the start when facing off against Donald Trump, an unconventional candidate who sparked a political revolution on the right.
Another man attempting to storm into Washington in a similar manner is Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore, of Alabama. Moore, like Trump, is a Washington outsider who believes that his sole purpose in government is to enrich the lives of those who voted for him.
His brand of revolution has establishment republicans and democrats alike shaking in their boots, forcing the Deep State to produce a wild and unverifiable set of accusations against Moore in hopes of discrediting and defaming the candidate. Even majority leader Mitch McConnell got in on the action, demanding that Moore step down from the race on several occasions.
The people of Alabama have seen through this attempt at a conservative coup, however, and are rallying behind Moore. Some, who weren’t quite sure what to make of the allegations at first are now doubling down on their support of the embattled candidate simply due to the establishment fight against him.
“Tuesday, Mobile, AL FOX affiliate WALA unveiled the latest FOX10 News/Strategy Research poll on the December 12 special election for U.S. Senate between Republican former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Democrat former Clinton U.S. Attorney Doug Jones.
“The poll surveyed 3,000 likely voters and was taken on November 13, days after a Washington Post report was published that accused Moore of engaging in inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls more than 34 years ago.
“The poll gives Moore a six-point advantage over shows Jones by a 49-to-43 percent margin with 8 percent undecided.”
Now for the kicker:
“The poll also surveyed voter sentiment on the sexual misconduct allegations against Moore and if they had influenced their support. Thirty-six percent of all likely voters said they intended to vote for Jones anyway and 35 percent said the allegations made them more likely to vote for Moore.”
Moore still has one heck of a fight left in the race to take over Attorney General Jeff Session’s senate seat, but this battle will only prepare him for the long war ahead once Mr. Moore goes to Washington.