The mainstream media has been concocring one hell of a smear campaign against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
The reason being is that Moore represents the same “drain the swamp” attitude that Donald Trump has been bludgeoning Capitol Hill with over the course of the last year. The Washington elite are terrified of having a man like Moore stepping foot in the halls of power, ready to expose them for their political charade from minute number one on the job.
This has led to a massive campaign to undermine Moore’s candidacy by convincing several women to allege that Moore made unwanted advances toward them over three decades ago, a key time frame given the statute of limitations in Alabama. Given this legal issue, the only reason for the wholesale rehashing of these debunked claims is to sow the seeds of doubt in the voters’ minds.
Fortunately for Moore, and for America, Alabamians aren’t falling for the mainstream media malarky.
“A poll released on Tuesday by the Emerson College Polling Society shows that conservative Republican Roy Moore leads liberal Democrat Doug Jones by six points in the December 12 special election for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, 53 percent to 47 percent, in a one-on-one matchup.
“The poll of 500 ‘very likely voters’ was conducted between November 25 and 27 and has a margin of error of 4.3 percent.
“The previous Emerson Poll, conducted between November 9 and 11 as the stories of alleged sexual misconduct by Moore broke, showed Moore with a ten-point lead, 55 percent to 45 percent.
“As Breitbart News’s Joel Pollak wrote recently, ‘There’s not much left of the Roy Moore accusations.'”
The allegations against Moore were flimsy and bizarre to begin with, and given the obvious nature of the bias against President Trump and his ilk, the people of the great state of Alabama are unconvinced that these accusations are anything more than establishment rhetoric aimed at disparaging American populism.
Moore’s opponent, liberal democrat Doug Jones, is failing his campaign simply by espousing his political beliefs, which are far, far to the left of a majority of Americans, let alone those in Alabama.