The innate insurgency of the Donald Trump “drain the swamp” revolution has hit terminal velocity as the mainstream media sharpens their pitchforks in Alabama.
Judge Roy Moore, a senatorial candidate in the southern state, has been touted as a kindred spirit to the unconventional President and his agenda – a development that has had a target on his back from day one.
You see, the mainstream media and their Washington establishment posse have been terrified of Donald Trump’s work in overturning the D.C. apple cart over the course of the last year. No longer are Americans under the impression that only tried and true politicos can govern efficiently, leaving the door wide open for the American people to once again choose representatives based on their merit and not their supposed “electability”. This has the elite class on Capitol Hill scared stiff.
In an effort to smear Moore’s name, a coordinated series of accusations of sexual misconduct have been released, detailing alleged lewd behavior from over thirty years ago. Given the Hollywood hysteria currently infecting reality, this tactic was timely, to say the least.
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Moore has denied all of the allegations as a blatant smear campaign, but that hasn’t stopped the mainstream media from attempting to pile it on in order to behoove their Washington pals. One such hit piece was set to air live this week, but failed miserably after a reporter was unable to find anyone who actually believed the bizarre allegations.
“During a segment that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Birmingham, AL ABC affiliate WBMA 33/40’s 5 p.m. local news, political reporter Lauren Walsh sought out voters in Columbiana, AL to gauge their reactions to the Washington Post report that alleged Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls more than 34 years ago.
“None of the respondents according to Walsh told her they believed the Post’s reporting.
“’It’s hard to believe the events that transpired yesterday,’ Gordon Fluker of nearby Wilsonville, AL said to Walsh about the Washington Post report.
“Fluker’s response was the standard according to Walsh.
“’Out of all the voters we spoke with Friday in Columbiana, we didn’t find one voter who believed the Washington Post report about Moore,’ she said.”
Once again, the effects of Donald Trump’s populist revolution can be felt here, as Americans begin to exert their objectivity against a corrupt media that shills for a crooked political establishment.
Should Moore weather the storm of bizarre accusations, it will be yet another feather in the cap of Donald Trump and the pseudo political revolution that he has been at the helm of for just over a year.