There is a storm brewing in Washington D.C., as Americans continue to reject the ideals of the ruling class in favor of the revolution that President Trump is promising.
Trump, much like his former Chief of Staff Steve Bannon, is a patriotic populist who believes that Americans can achieve and thrive without incessant interference from the government at large. This includes the disturbing and disparaging reality behind specials interest groups, lobbying personalities, and backdoor kickback deals between our elected representatives and the behemoths of the corporate and Wall Street worlds.
What this revolution represents is an upheaval of the ridiculous predicament that Americans have been suffering through for decades, as corporations and wealthy benefactors essentially control our congressional leaders through financial means. This also represents an enormous detriment to the Washington establishment who have amassed incredible wealth through the disingenuous practice. For this reason, the establishment itself is fighting back against any all political candidates that don’t jive with the outgoing program.
This includes Roy Moore, and Alabama republican who is thoroughly considered to be part of Donald Trump’s political revolution, and who this week has been suddenly accused of sexual improprieties from 30+ years ago. These allegations have led the Republican “RINO” establishment to openly attack Moore, one of their own party.
Those attacks came to a head today with a stern statement from corporate shill Mitch McConnell.
“…Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, said Mr. Moore ‘should step aside’ and that he believes the women who have accused Mr. Moore of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers.
“’I believe the women, yes,’ Mr. McConnell said at a news conference in Louisville.
“Mr. McConnell also said that encouraging a write-in candidate to run in the Dec. 12 special election is ‘an option we’re looking at.’”
“Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, speaking in his role as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said that if Mr. Moore wins the special election on Dec. 12, he should be expelled from the Senate, ‘because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate.’”
Being innocent until proven guilty apparently does not apply to the enemies of the Deep State deities who are scrambling to maintain their immoral, Machiavellian monarchy.
Moore may very well be expelled from the race, or from his office should be win, but will be forever remembered as one of the first casualties in President Donald Trump’s war on the status quo in Washington D.C.