Roy Moore Leads the Polls in the Ala. Senate Race

FILE – In this Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 file photo, former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore waits to speak at a news conference in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

November 22, 2017
OAN Newsroom

Alabama Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore is now leading in the polls.

According to a WT&S Consulting survey, 46 percent of likely voters will choose Moore as their next senator with nearly 41 percent opting for Democrat challenger Doug Jones.

Another poll from Raycom News Network shows Moore at 47 percent, and Jones at 45 percent.

The numbers come as the special election to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions former seat is fast approaching.

Meanwhile, Jones is under fire after new reports show he once defended a man with ties to Ku Kux Klan.

1980’s court documents show Jones once represented Tom Posey, who is a key figure in the infamous Iran-Contra scandal.

At the time, Posey was labeled an extremist and was put on trial for the illegal arms sale to Nicaraguan Rebels.

Jones successfully defended Posey, who founded the Civilian Military Assistance which started as a KKK splinter group.

The Doug Jones campaign did not deny the revelations, and defended Jones role as Posey’s defense counsel.

  • TNdude ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ*

    Winning.

    • Lorie Barnett

      Lol

  • TNdude ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ*

    I hope Moore wins in a landslide.

  • melmack 1

    Don’t forget the lying video ad in Virginia by the liberals. Horrible but they claim all is fair in love, war, and politics. They won in Virginia and Maryland so lets go full attack in Alabama…GET MOORE!!

  • Greg Waters

    No, because the facts about Hillary’s server were known in the Summer. Comey wrongly said there wasnt enough evidence to charge her. She should have been in prison before then.

  • Johnny Mountain

    Must be a lot of pedophiles in Alabama . OAN is treating Moore as if he did nothing wrong. While slandering Al Franken . Republicans are so desperate to hold power that they will elect anyone . Child molesters , felons , whatever . Whitehouse spokesman Sean Hannity is singing Roy Moore’s praises . What a sick individual. The senate will welcome pedophile Pete with open arms .

  • Diane Dinneny Bazzano

    OAN can you please post the video of your Special that aired a few days ago in Gasden, Alabama.

  • COMALite J

    Wait, why wouldn’t God want an evangelical Christian such as Rafæl Eduardo “Ted” Cruz (who said that God told him to run for President, and of whom there is video on YouTube of him being anointed by his father and various elders of their church to become President of the USA and act as a Righteous King of the End Times, making Cruz the Lᴏʀᴅ’s Anointed), Mike Huckabee, Piyush “Bobby” Jindal, and others? Why Trump who exhibits all seven of the Seven Deadly Sins, who blasphemes (“Only I can save America” and “I don’t ask for forgiveness because I never do anything wrong” and many more examples), not to mention even more sexual allegations against him than Roy Moore to date (including a woman who was thirteen years old at the time, who only withdrew her allegations because of death threats from Trump supporters), who demonstrates profound ignorance of God’s Word (“Two Corinthians” indeed!) and so on?

    Why would God tell those men to run for President when He knew that He had chosen Trump instead? Why waste their time and their money and the time and money of their supporters (nearly all of whom were faithful Christians)?

    Or did they lie about God telling them to run? Do these Bible-believing Christians not know that saying that the Lᴏʀᴅ told you something when He did no such thing is a capital offense under Bible Law (Deuteronomy 18:20–22)?

  • TexasCoyote1

    I have heard from another source that McConnell is homosexual as well. He is not a man who would want to have to deal with someone as “clean” as Roy Moore. He prefers the perverts he serves with in the Senate who can be controlled and blackmailed.

  • disqus_D87XRi0Gy7

    Of course he is leading, he was never behind only in the minds of the fools that would kill their own mothers to gain a senate seat after loosing an entire party. Never ever allow a liberal to be elected to any office unless you want to take the food from your children’s mouths, go to bed at night with the possibility of being killed while you sleep because the people entrusted with your safety were too busy stealing and lying and living the good life. No to a liberal, all are obstructionist that have propelled America to a third world status for 8 years, if their lips or moving they’re lying

    • Old Phil

      You must not like (or trust) liberal politicians. Can’t blame you, experience is a hard teacher.

    • Johnny Mountain

      Liberal states subsidize your opioid habit and provide your SNAP so your children don’t go hungry . Be grateful .

  • Masterskrain

    Vote Moore, and show your support of pedophilia at the highest levels of our government.

  • crimson tsunami

    The way, the truth, and the life never goes outa style. MAGA!

  • David Ybarra

    Vote for Moore, don’t be fooled by democrats, come on Alabama don’t let the democrats stop Trump from making America Great Again!!!

    • COMALite J

      In what way(s) did America used to be great that it hasn’t been more recently, when was it last great, and what, exactly, will Trump do to make it great again?

  • Dave Clark

    Voters are seeing through these fake accusations and fake news…… TRUMP 2020!

    • Johnny Mountain

      Time for your truth enema.

  • D J @disqus_8lmGWdWaf4

    I just watched your Roy Moor Report at 1:49 pm central 11/23/2017 about Roy Moore and Sean Hannity’s switch of opinion. I was kind shocked to see you report a mis-truth about Hannity. He did not switch because of his advertisers placing pressure on him as you reported, it was due to the inconsistent responses Moore gave in his interview with Sean. I watched the interview and am surprised this information was left out.

    I think it is essential the public have an objective news source to rely. I was hoping OAN would become one of those sources. I will have to start wearing a media filter when I watch your news from now on. What a shame!

    • Johnny Mountain

      Just stick with Breitbart and Faux . Moore your speed . 🙂

  • TNdude ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ*

    I find it hard to believe that 41% of voters in Alabama would vote for doug jones pos.

    Doug Jones wants

    – increase in refugees.
    – H1b overstays.
    – late-term abortions. ( Up until birthdate)
    – transgender bathrooms.
    – ex-cons and illegals to vote.
    – silence free speech.
    – Open Borders
    – Higher Taxes
    – Gun Confiscation
    – Removal of all historical statutes

    ………..No thanks, I’d stick with Roy Moore

    • COMALite J

      What is your evidence that Doug Jones really wants all of these things? Some of them I can see, but not all of them.

      • TNdude ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ*

        From what i’ve read and interviews i’ve seen on TV.

        • COMALite J

          Read where? Interviews of whom, with whom?

    • Lorie Barnett

      That makes you a loser…Jones just won!!!

  • Anguiano

    Years of services no problems til now….all crap. Go MOORE

  • Jacobeo500

    I hope the man who defended the Ten Commandments wins this fight.

    • COMALite J

      You mean the man who violated the express wording of the Second Commandment in the very act of “defending” them?

      𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐒𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐝 𝐁𝐨𝐨𝐤 𝐨𝐟 𝐌𝐨𝐬𝐞𝐬❟ 𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐥𝐲 𝐜𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐝
      𝔼𝕏𝕆𝔻𝕌𝕊

      Cʜᴀᴘᴛᴇʀ 20

      4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:

      The word “graven” is King James-era archaic English for “engraved” and includes “carved” or “sculpted.” In other words, statues of any kind, of anyone or anything, including the Ten Commandments tablets themselves!

      Note that the prohibition is against making “graven” images, not merely against bowing down or worshiping [serving] them if they already exist (that’s in the next verse).

      According to the Bible, the original tablets of the Ten Commandments were broken by Moses in his anger at the Israelites committing idolatry with the Golden Calf, so he had to go back up the mountain and get a replacement set. Those replacements were placed inside the Ark of the Covenant along with other miraculous artifacts such as Aaron’s rod, The Ark was placed in the Holy of Holies of first the Tabernacle (a portable temple in the form of an ornate tent carried about by the Levites as the Israelites wandered in the wilderness for a generation) and later in Solomon’s Temple which replaced the Tabernacle.

      When the Babylonians conquered the Kingdom of Judah and took its people captive, they also destroyed the Temple and confiscated its furnishings. But what happened to the Ark, and thus to the tablets of the Ten Commandments?

      Some say that the Ark and its contents were taken up into Heaven before the Babylonians sacked the Temple. Some say that priests and Levites secretly hid the Ark underground or in a cave somewhere, where it rests to this day. Some say that the priests and Levites snuck the Ark aboard some ship and sailed with it, hoping to preserve it somewhere, but the ship sank and all its contents including the Ark and thus the Tablets of the Ten Commandments were likewise lost at sea and is still on the ocean floor somewhere.

      But all three of those possibilities were expressly accounted for in the commandment itself, and it’s still expressly forbidden to make a graven image “of any thing” that is in any of those three places: “… that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth”!

      So no matter what, Roy Moore violated the Second of the Ten Commandments with the very statue of them! That statue’s very existence was itself a violation of that Commandment!

      • Jacobeo500

        Sorry, but the second commandment is: Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord you God in vane. That which you cited was only part of Commandment number ONE: I AM the Lord your God, you Shalt not have strange gods (little “g”) before ME. thou shalt not make graven images is strictly part of Commandment number one. But God did not command that we not make images, HE commanded us NOT to worship graven images.There is a clear distinction. How do we know this? A few chapters after the chapter in which Moses gave us the Ten Commandments, God Himself commands Moses to make the image of a serpent and put it on his staff so that by looking at this image and venerating it (not worshiping it) the Israelites might be saved from the venom of the serpents. And, by the way this staff of Moses with the snake on it was a symbol of the saving cross of the Redeemer. Anyway, was the Ark of the Covenant not a an image, as were the cherubs which God commanded Moses to be placed on the cover of that ark? The Holy Temple of God in Jerusalem was per God to be adorned with many images of things of this earth. So, my friend, its not the making of images but the worshiping of them that offends our Creator God. Further I venture to inform you that what you consider to be the First Commandment is NOT a commandment at all but the preamble to the first commandment. It is a statement of WHO gave us these ten and not a commandment.

        • COMALite J

          You’re apparently talking about how Jewish and/or Catholic scholars number the Ten Commandments. Jews, Catholics, and Protestants number (or, rather, divide) them differently. Judge Roy Moore and most of the people posting here are Protestants, and Moore’s statue itself numbered them the Protestant way, so I went by that.

          The Jewish numbering puts “I am the Lᴏʀᴅ (YHWH) thy God, who hath brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage” as the First Commandment, then groups “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me” (which Protestants consider the First) with “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the waters under the earth. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them, for I the Lᴏʀᴅ thy God am a jealous god, visiting the iniquities of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me, and shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me and keep my commandments” (which the Protestants consider the Second) as jointly the Second.Commandment. The Catholics make those all part of the First Commandment, and then subdivide the commandment on coveting as prohibition against coveting thy neighbor’s wife as #9, and coveting thy neighbor’s house and other goods as #10, to make it work out to Ten Commandments (otherwise there’d be only nine).

          As for the Lᴏʀᴅ commanding Moses to make the statue of the serpent, as well as the later makings of images of cherubim and pomegranates and such for the Ark of the Covenant and the furnishings of the Tabernacle and Temple, the Lᴏʀᴅ reserves the right to command exceptions to His commandments. He also commanded, “Thou shalt not kill,” but then provided capital punishment for numerous commandments in the Mosaic Law, as well as commanded His Israelite armies to wipe out whole civilizations such as the Midianites in Numbers Chapter 31.

          Does Judge Roy Moore claim that the Lᴏʀᴅ personally commanded him to make that Ten Commandments statue? If not, then what I said applies. The language is very clear: bowing down to and worshiping images is forbidden of course, but so is the making of them. The prohibition against bowing down to or worshiping images applies regardless of who made the images, but those who worship the Lᴏʀᴅ are forbidden in that commandment from making any image of any kind of any thing unless the Lᴏʀᴅ Himself specifically commands an exception such as with the serpent-on-a-stick and with the Ark of the Covenant and such.

          Note that according to a strict reading of this commandment, even photography (whether analog or digital) is forbidden, as is any representative artwork of any kind. Video violates the commandment about 30 times per second, depending on video standard used, since every frame of video would constitute a separate image. All of television (except for abstract stuff such as test patterns) and movies violates the commandment at least 30 times per second per channel per TV set or computer device watching.

          For the record, and to be technical, the famous list of commandments in Exodus Chapter 20 which are often called “the Ten Commandments” aren’t even the real Ten Commandments. Only one list of commandments in the Bible is actually called “the Ten Commandments” in the Bible text itself in the same chapter as the list of commandments, and it’s not the list in Exodus Chapter 20 (nor the duplicate list in Deuteronomy Chapter 5). It’s the one in Exodus Chapter 34. That chapter lists a very different set of commandments, which is actually called “the Ten Commandments” in that chapter. Commandment #10 thereof has nothing to do with coveting. It says, “Thou shalt not seethe [boil] a kid [infant goat] in its mother’s milk.”

          • Jacobeo500

            Thank you for the opportunity you afforded me to re-visit those passages you cited. It is always good to read scripture. But, all you managed to accomplish in me was to reaffirm my belief in what my Holy Catholic Faith has for almost 2000 years taught. That the decalogue in both Exodus 20 and in Deuteronomy 5 are correct as the Catholic Church teaches them. The decalogue that the Jews now put forth and that the protestants chose to follow is flawed. The Author of all scripture is the Holy Spirit. The same Holy Spirit that guided the holy nation of Israel for centuries through voice of the prophets. That same Holy Spirit, with the rending of the curtain in the Temple at the death of our Redeemer on the Holy Cross, withdrew HIS guiding of the Jews and for the last 20 centuries has Guided the Universal Church that Christ established. With the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. and the scattering of the Jews, this opened the doors to errors as the one you now put forth as gospel. You are free to believe as you see fit. I for one choose to believe in what the Apostles, St. Paul and the early church fathers taught which is what the Catholic (universal) Church teaches today.Christianity for almost 1500 years, in spite of the countless heresies, followed those beliefs until the heresies of Henry VIII, Martin Luther and John Calvin. These three opened a Pandora’s box which splintered the Church into thousands of denominations. All I can do is ask that you read the early church fathers, those that came right after the Apostles. There you will find that what the church teaches today, also comes from them. The Holy Spirit guides the Catholic Church today. That individual church members may error, the Holy Spirit will not allow the Church to error in matters of faith and dogma. “…and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it…” Matthew 16:18. Read all of chapter 6 of the Gospel of Saint John and have at the back of your mind the thought that the Gospels are not a buffet table where you can take what you like and leave there what is displeasing to your beliefs. God bless and enlighten you.Amen.

          • COMALite J

            The Decalogue text itself is the same among all three. Only how they’re divided up to form ten commandments differs.

            I’ve been quoting from the KJV mostly in this thread since most people here are Protestants and many of those tend to be KJV-Onlyists. Which Catholic-approved version would you prefer? NABRE? NRSV? CEV? Today’s English? Or are you a more traditionalist Catholic who prefers the classic Douay-Rheims? I’ll use whichever version you prefer.

            Of the three methods, the Protestant method does appear to make the most sense. “I am the Lᴏʀᴅ thy God, who hath brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage” is not a commandment. It’s a statement of introduction, like a king saying, “I am King Suchandso IV, Defender of the Faith, Protector of the Realm, blah-blah-blah…” — nowhere in there did King Suchandso IV actually command anything. That’s basically what the Lᴏʀᴅ did in verse 2. So including that as a commandment as the Jewish scholars do doesn’t really fly.

            The Catholic explanation of grouping in the commandments against the making and worshiping of idols with the commandment against worshiping any God other than the Lᴏʀᴅ God of Israel is that it’s all one prohibition against idolatry. Problem is, idolatry is literally the sin of worshiping idols. The commandment that the Protestants separate out and number separately as the First Commandment is a blanket prohibition against worshiping any god other than the Lᴏʀᴅ, even if idols aren’t involved in the worship of said other god(s).

            To make it work out to ten, the Catholics separate out the commandments against coveting to split up verse 17, which reads (Douay-Rheims): “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house: neither shalt thou desire
            his wife, nor his servant, nor his handmaid, nor his ox, nor his ass,
            nor any thing that is his.” into separate prohibitions against coveting thy neighbour’s wife (note that that’s second in the list), and against desiring his other things (collectively called “goods” in the summarized version). Such chopping up of a single verse into two commandments, especially when splitting out the second item on the list instead of the first one listed, seems like a bit of a reach to me.

            Note that the words “ten commandments” do not appear anywhere therein. They appear only in Exodus Chapter 34, which, as I said, is a very different list of ten commandments.

          • Jacobeo500

            You are missing the key point. Its like you cannot see the forest for the trees. Again, the most important point is that the Holy Spirit of God is guiding the church that the Son of God left us. Jesus did not leave us a book over whose interpretation were are to argue. No, HE left us one church, the Catholic Church whose sole function is to lead us to the Father. It is the Catholic Church and only the Catholic Church that Jesus gave the power and authority to interpret Holy Scripture, make laws, change laws in HIS statement to Peter and the other Apostles “…I will give you the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven. Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in Heaven; and whatever you loose on earth on earth shall be loosed in Heaven…” The Son of God did NOT give this power and authority to Henry VIII of England, nor to Martin Luther of Germany, nor to John Calvin of France, nor to you or me. It was to Saint Peter and the other Apostles. Martin Luther did not have the authority to remove seven books from the Holy Bible, destroy the Seven Sacraments and splinter the Body Of Christ. You need to study church History. We did not have a canonized version of the Bible for almost the first 400 years of the Christian Faith. It was through Holy Tradition (word of mouth) that the faith originally spread. Guided by the Holy Spirit that Catholic Church canonized Scripture as the Universal (catholic) Church has it today and NOT as the King James Version puts forth. The books of the Old Testament that were canonized by the Catholic Church into our Bible are there because Jesus in HIS public ministry quoted from them. But, debating these points is actually senseless as neither of us have the authority given to Peter and the other Apostles. I defend what the Catholic Church teaches now and has always taught. You need to come back home and your home is the Catholic Church. You need to eat and drink the Body, the Blood the Soul and Divinity of Our Dear Lord Jesus Christ in the Most Holy Eucharist and to do that you need to come home. READ ALL OF CHAPTER 6 OF JOHN’s GOSPEL. May the Holy Spirit enlighten you. Amen.

          • COMALite J

            It’s not my goal to persuade anyone from his or her religion, unless they’re using that religion to try to impose their religion-based beliefs or principles on others not of their faith, by trying to get laws passed to do just that. I have no quarrel with those who worship as they see fit without trying to impose it on others (I have no objection to missionary efforts trying to persuade others to join their religion — it’s trying to use the law to force others to follow one’s own religion’s principles that I object to).

            I’ll only say this for now: Roman Catholicism is not the only Originalist sect. There are at least three that I know of: Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy (and its regional variants), and the Coptic Church (supposedly personally founded by Saint Mark the Evangelist, author of the earliest canonical Gospel).

            An “Originalist” denomination or sect of Christianity is one that claims to be the original Church of Jesus Christ, and has some actual historical basis for that claim.

            “Protestants” are, of course, those who formed by protesting against an Originalist sect (directly or indirectly, such as protesting from another Protestant sect which in turn traces back to one that broke off from an Originalist sect). In general, these refer to the tens of thousands of variants resulting directly or indirectly from Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation of five centuries ago. Those Protestant sects which somehow claim to be the One True Christianity claim that Catholicism and/or other Originalists fell away, and it was up to men to interpret the scripture (often with the claimed aid of the Holy Spirit, but without direct revelation from God, which they and most Originalists believe is no longer issued to the world at large) to bring about the true Biblical Church of Jesus Christ. The very fact that there are tens of thousands of these (approx. 33,800 variants of Christianity in general, the vast majority of which are Protestant) shows that this idea doesn’t hold up so well.

            There’s also “Restorationists” such as Latter-Day Saints, Christian Scientists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, etc. which did not split off from any other sect, but which formed because some leader claiming to be a Prophet of God supposedly received direct revelation restoring (thus the name) the One True Church. Most mainstream sects consider these to be “cults.” But their position is at least internally logically consistent: if the Originalists did all fall away, then all of the Protestants having come from them cannot be the True Church because Jesus Himself said that an evil tree cannot bring forth good fruit. Any restoring of the True Church would have to happen through direct revelation from God.

            And finally there’s “Remnantists” who basically are Protestants who realize the logical conundrum of Protestantism and so claim to be a long-lost Originalist sect, a “remnant” of the original One True Church of Jesus Christ, which had been persecuted so severely by the eeevil Roman Catholics that all historical evidence that would back up their claim has been lost. Southern Baptists after their “steeplejacking” by Dispensationalists less than a century ago generally qualify as this (see various Bible comic tracts by the infamous and now-late Jack Chick).

  • Chase

    The accusations on Judge Moore are as phony as John McCain. Has anyone else noticed that the boot he keeps wearing also changes which foot it is on?

  • ginjit.dw

    Moore will win and McConnell will be removed..a double victory.

  • ArmyAviator

    Judge Moore PROSECUTED members of the KKK. His opponent provided defense for them! There is not doubt that Judge Moore has been maligned, vilified and marginalized by the Liberal Socialists, based SOLELY on unsubstantiated allegations, rumors and FAKE NEWS!

    Alabamians, please VOTE FOR MOORE!!!

    MAGA

    • COMALite J

      Can you name the case(s) in which Roy Moore prosecuted KKK members and Doug Jones defended them?

  • michaelparsons

    It looks like the Dem’s collusion to sway the election isn’t working. America is wise to the Dem’s smear attempt.

  • A marcus Young

    “Hey Mr cute attorney general please sign my year book. you are a dream and my schoolgirl fantasy can you autograph my yearbook?” Sure young lady whats your name. My name is [your future] “Demicrat Stalker”

  • susan ziggy

    I heard OANN had proof that 2 of the women were paid to say what they did about Moore.. I can’t find proof that story is true. CAN ANYONE VERIFY IF THAT IS CORRECT

  • A marcus Young

    It looks like Democrat HATE isn’t winning anymore.

  • T28

    Well done RM. MAGA

  • Bobvillain

    VOTE MOORE !

    Because you’re so full of hate you’d rather support a pedophile than a democrat.

    • michaelparsons

      pedophile = democrat

      • COMALite J

        Actually, there have been several times more Republican politicians in legal trouble for sexual crimes against minors than there have been Democrats.

        Not quite a decade ago, a thread was posted on Free Republic called something along the lines of, “A partial list of Democratic pedophiles.” The very first comment posted by the OP was along the lines of, “This is an ongoing research project intended to counter the list at Armchair Subversive. Please feel free to add names.” The OP had eleven names listed. Most of the commenters were saying things like, “There aren’t any Republican ones,” but a couple people did add an additional name each, for a total of thirteen.

        The Armchair Subversive is a Blogspot blog that hadn’t been updated since over a year before the Free Republic thread. It listed 77 names (78 actually, but I discount the last one because it wasn’t a Republican actually committing sexual crimes himself, but rather ordering it be done as part of the War on Terror). That’s seven-fold — 7× as many Republicans as the Free Republic listed Democrats, and all of them were people of political power or influence (at least at the level of an aide) who had been at least investigated specifically for sexual crimes against minors.

  • Marta N Michael Baker

    i don’t live in AL, but i HOPE he wins, and i HOPE he doesn’t resign at the request of RINO mcconnell and the rest of them…prayers that God continue to reveal HIS truth in all areas…

  • iwontell

    VOTE MOORE…………he’s bound to be a better choice, forget his “liked women”……..40 years ago.
    Besides I’ve seen “girls” that were underage that looked 30 chasing men………what’s new?

  • Bobvillain

    How full of hate do you have to be to support a pedophile rather than a democrat.

    Gentlemen, your moral compass is so screwed.

    • The Liberal Russian Lie

      A democrat talking about a moral compass, thats laughable

  • MisterSandman

    Look, I certainly don’t want to see Jones elected…if I lived in Alabama, I’d be voting for Moore also. That being said, since when is a defense attorney doing his job considered to be a scandal?

  • Greg Waters

    If you want real news, go to Greg Hunter Weekly Wrap Up on YouTube

  • Bobvillain

    Hilary Clinton : “Lock Her Up”
    “Lock Her Up”
    “Lock Her Up”
    Roy Moore “Innocent till proven guilty”
    “Innocent till proven guilty”
    “Innocent till proven guilty”

    Pedophile -supporting hypoxrites.

    • middleclassvoter

      Except … one admitted guilt and had the guy who set up her illegal server plead the 5th. The other adamantly denies the allegations and his accuser’s stories are unraveling as the light of day is shed on them.
      Big distinction.

      • Bobvillain

        Bill Cosby, not yet found guilty. You spend a lot of time defending him ?
        And rhe accusations are not even slightky unravelling. Just because you want it to be that way, doesn’t mean it is.

        • middleclassvoter

          LOL, learn.
          Bill Cosby – indicted.
          Roy Moore – NOT
          Silly liberal idiots.

          • Bobvillain

            You do know that “indicted” and “convicted” are not the same thing , right?

            But I’m not defending Cosby, ‘cos I’m sure he’s guilty.
            Just like Weinstein and Spacey and Bill Clinton and Trump and Moore.

            See, when you’re not a hypocrite, you can call them out on both sides.

          • I. Forgot 2

            Troll, your days here are numbered

          • Bobvillain

            “Girl #1 (14 years old) was living with her father who had custody of her … 30 miles away LOL!”…………30 miles you say, wow, if only the car had been invented back then

            “If he was such a predator, why did he stop with only touching her over her underwear?” , so your point is that he’s pretty creepy, but not quite creepy enough.

            You’re also saying that his signature looks kind of like his signature, nice work there Sherlock.

            You believe it because you want to believe it, not because it’s true.

            Chem trails, deep state, birtherism, pizzagate, all signs that you might just be retarded.

          • middleclassvoter

            You are a brain dead dolt. We all see it, but you can’t because, well, you’re a brain dead dolt that prefers gossip and rumors and allegations to actual proof and evidence.
            The allegations are falling apart and I’m laughing AT you. Right now.
            See, I laugh at and enjoy destroying silly little conspiracy theories … like the ones leveled at Roy Moore.
            Your pitiful attempt at “schooling” your mental superiors is quite funny. Crawl back under your rock and lick your mental and emotional wounds or maybe go scream at the sky.
            What. A. Doofus. You. Are.

  • The Liberal Russian Lie

    Democrats are the KKK, thats already been proven.

  • BL0C0

    Almost on the home stretch ! What’s next from the liberals?? What fractured fairy tales will they brew next ?!! I really pray that Moore crushes Jones in the voting. I mean just runs him over. Alabama can send a message so loudly and so clearly that the democrat party is toast. Put them into a corner and in 2018 we will finish the job that President Trump started. Stock up on Kleenex and crying towels for all your liberal friends !!

  • Andy Palmer

    I find it amusing that some conservative elites say this is for the people of Alabama to decide when they assume Alabama will reject Roy Moore. Once Moore has won in convincing fashion let’s see what those conservative elites have to say. Rather than rush to judgment like many Fox personalities have done, the people of Alabama are paying attention and following this story as it evolves and what they are seeing are the allegations of these women falling apart. It is becoming clear that this was a highly coordinated smear job orchestrated by Mitch McConnell and Democrats. It is all fiction.

  • Econigs

    Oh No—better bring out the woman who was raped when she was 12 years old. I predict she will come out December 6. Being groomed by the DNC right now.

    • TexasCoyote1

      Those of us who are petitioning the Alabama Republican Headquarters to support Roy Moore believe there will be another bombshell dropped next week, too. It could be as you have said or even something worse.

      We have to stay the course and be vigilant that the next two steps in this process are not derailed.

  • conquest915

    The Dems, libs and Rino’s are about to find out the voters of Alabama are’t the dumb rednecks they think they are and know a corrupt political set-up and character assassination when they see one.

  • Jimmy M. Wong

    I’m not heartless and sure will not say that sexual harassment in the workplace does not happen because it frequently does. I will also not sat that sexual predators do not exist, because we all know they do; after Ronan Farrow’s expose’ on Harvey Weinstein and the Hollywood culture, we know there are too many of them roaming around. However, i am disgusted by the Democrats and vultures like Gloria Allred and her daughter Lisa Bloom. They have weaponized this issue so that the next young lady that comes out to accuse her boss or a powerful man of this will not be believed. Is this what the Democrats and the women’s movement want?

    • MisterSandman

      Judging from past behavior, I honestly don’t think the left understands the meaning of “unintended consequences”. I thought every person was taught in childhood the ramifications of crying wolf.

  • Bobvillain

    Bill Cosby hasn’t been found guilty, any of you guys think he’s innocent ?
    Harvey Weinstein hasn’t been found guilty, any of you guys think he’s innocent ?
    Hilary Clinton hasn’t been found guilty, any of you guys think she’s innocent ?
    But with Roy Moore it’s all of a sudden “he’s not been found guilty”
    Pedophile -supporting hypoxrites.

    • Greg Waters

      The issue isn’t whether he is guilty or not. What is the issue is 30-40 years go by and then charges surface in a highly contested election when there is no time left to refute. It the manipulation of the voters that angers them. Southerners didn’t much care for the $30M spent by the Yankees in DC trying to throw their election.

      • COMALite J

        Did you feel the same way about the last-minute Comey / Chaffets allegations about Hillary’s E-mails, which had considerably less time before the election than these Moore allegations?

  • middleclassvoter

    Our entire system of jurisprudence is based on the belief that a guilty man going free is better than an innocent man being punished. That’s why the Founders initiated innocent until PROVEN guilty. Proven. Maybe the Washington Post should look up the meaning of that word. We fought a war in 1776 with England over that.

    Perhaps they should also investigate the “he locked the doors” statement by Moore’s accuser. Power door locks were an expensive upgrade in 1979 for a public servant using perhaps a state issued vehicle. Did his car have that option? She says she quit that same day, maybe you should investigate that. One waitress who worked there said she doesn’t remember Moore EVER coming to the restaurant and doesn’t remember his accuser ever working there either. Also investigate the ink on that yearbook to see if it was used in 1979. And investigate why she said she had ZERO contact with Moore since then, yet HE SIGNED HER DIVORCE PAPERS. And the signature is eerie in it’s almost perfect replication of the signature on her divorce papers. Weird, huh? And who signs anything and puts not only the date, but the place they signed? Curious. That would be a really weird thing to do and if it was his habit, should show up in multiple signatures. But it oddly enough doesn’t.

    Now we’re told that one of Moore’s (then underage) accuser’s father had custody of her at the time of this alleged incident … and lived 30 miles away. Hmm.

    Here’s a key piece of evidence. When a Republican runs for office and looks like he will win, the Libs suddenly find all sorts of people to allege sexual misconduct because as a society, we judge this much more harshly than say, writing a bad check or failing to pay taxes or leaving DNA evidence on an unpaid intern’s blue dress.

    Should Moore just go away, will his accusers also go away? … just like Herman Cain’s, Donald Trump’s, the Duke Lacross Team, the Rolling Stone case, Tawana Brawley, etc, etc, etc … Trump had the means and wherewithal to withstand the fake attacks. Not sure Moore does … but if these women just fade away … you’ll know it was once again a political HIT JOB by the Liberals and RINOs who didn’t want Moore spoiling their little party.

    And just for fun, let’s recap:
    Roy Moore (R-candidate for Senate) >>>accused<< OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT AND THE MEDIA!

    Mel Reynolds (D-Illinois) was convicted of 12 counts of sexual assault with a 16-year-old. President Bill Clinton pardoned him before leaving office. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) was accused in the 1990s by numerous women of sexual harassment. Democrats cast doubt on the allegations and the Senate Ethics Committee dropped its investigation. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts) hired a male prostitute who ran a prostitution service from Frank’s residence in the 1980s. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Brock Adams (D-Washington) was forced to stop campaigning after numerous accusations of drugging, assault and rape, the first surfacing in 1988. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    John Young (D-Texas) increased the salary of a staffer AFTER she gave in to his sexual advances. The congressman won re-election in 1976. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Gerry Studds (D-Massachusetts) was censured for sexual relationship with underage male page in 1983. Massachusetts voters returned him to office for six more terms. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Gus Savage. (D-Illinois) was accused of fondling a Peace Corps volunteer in 1989 while on a trip to Africa. The House Ethics Committee decided against disciplinary action in 1990. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Neil Goldschmidt (D-Oregon) admitted that he had engaged in a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl (the victim later indicated she was 13). –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OF THE MEDIA!

    Eliot Spitzer (D-New York) involved in a prostitution scandal. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    David Wu (D-Oregon) was accused of sexually assaulting an unnamed 18-year-old California woman. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    Mel Reynolds (D-Mississippi) had a sexual relationship with 16-year-old campaign volunteer. –> NO OUTRAGE BY THE LEFT OR THE MEDIA!

    I could go on and on and on and on …

    If it weren’t for DOUBLE STANDARDS, the Left and the Media would have no standards at all.
    Note that I never even mentioned Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, John Edwards, or Gary Hart.

    Didn’t have to. Their reputation precedes them.

    • Vera Orsova

      Fantastic summary. Please, share it with the FB community, or allow me to do so. I am absolutely outraged by these accusations and, I must say, almost ashamed to be a woman. These women should be investigated and, if it is proven they have been lying, there should be harsh punishment. They are grossly undermining the credibility of real rape victims.

      • middleclassvoter

        Feel free to share wherever you want. No attribution needed. This is just common sense and historical facts.

      • TexasCoyote1

        I don’t think these women have anything to lose. They appear to have been plagued with making bad decisions all their lives. I’m sure Gloria Allred will will write their checks as soon as the election is over and crawl back into the woodwork from which they came.

    • PatrickJ

      Excellent commentary, middleclassvoter. You should send that to Roy Moore’s campaign headquarters. I’ll bet they would use it.

    • COMALite J

      You mentioned Mel Reynolds twice (first and last on your list).

      I know of lists that haven’t been updated since 2007 or before, which have many times more Republican officeholders and aides listed (77 on the Armchair Subversive list alone, more still on some other lists that I know of), and that’s when limiting them to only sexual crimes against minors.

  • Donald York

    Hadn’t we better check with Chris Matthews and Rachael Maddow on these pols ?

  • Beachguy53

    Moore’s further ahead than these polls indicate. Go Roy!!!

  • Too_Late_4_America

    As soon as the corrupt politicians began to tell “we the people” what we should do, they pushed Moore to the forefront. “We the people” do not like corrupt people in D.C. to rule over us – we are THEIR bosses!

  • IndependentTexan

    Left California for Texas 14 years ago because of CA’s liberal democrats. Now it’s time to choose a place to retire, and Alabama is top of my list because in my opinion, it has the most sensible voters in the nation. It’s reflected in Alabama’s economy, people and the beauty of the state is the icing on the cake. With Moore in DC, Alabama is my kind of state.

  • Bobvillain

    These people told their friends about it at the time. Unless the Post went back in time and started coordinating this 15 years ago, then you know this stuff is true. Vote for a pedophile, you get to live with yourself afterwards.

    • Too_Late_4_America

      So …. you are the type of person who believes & acts on “insinuation” alone? (Not very smart, actually.)

      • Vera Orsova

        Lefties very seldom are smart. They blindly follow the propaganda fed to them and spew it back with passion. There is a reason they are called sheeple

  • ShemSilber2

    May our Master Yahusha (Lord Jesus) hear our prayers as He did by bringing up the TRUMP-PENCE team up from way behind to win the election! May He defeat the election fraud of the DNC and keep Roy Moore’s back and give him the Senate seat by which he can join the President to DRAIN THE SWAMP! MAGA! MAGA! MAGA! In Yahusha’s mighty Name, amein and amein!

    • COMALite J

      Why did Master Yahusha tell Rafæl Eduardo “Ted” Cruz, Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee, and others who were very definitely evangelical Christians, to run for President (as those and others say that He did), if He was going to bring a known adulterer and blasphemer (“I don’t need forgiveness because I never do anything wrong” — “I alone can save you” and many more examples from his own lips) into the White House instead?

      Surely those great Godly Christian men wouldn’t lie about God telling them to run, now, would they, considering that the Biblical penalty for saying that the Lᴏʀᴅ told you something when He did no such thing is execution (Deuteronomy 18:20–22)?

      • ShemSilber2

        You are asking the wrong one to tell you why the Master Yahusha did ANYthing. Ask him. He has control over whom He puts in office, per Daniel 4:17 and 25, and He is not answerable to any human. Per Isaiah 55:8-9, His thoughts and His ways are so far above ours, way out of our reach.

        IF you really want to know the answer to your question rather than just argue with somebody, look to the heavens and ask the Master Yahusha to answer your questions.

        The ZEAL of Yahuwah of hosts will use whomever He chooses, and He will accomplish all His purpose, in spite of us.

        HalleluYAH and amein.

        • COMALite J

          The point is, all of those guys I mentioned are on record as saying that the Lᴏʀᴅ told them to run for President. Either they lied about that (which is a capital offense according to Deuteronomy 18:20–22), or the Lᴏʀᴅ told them to do something that He knew (since, y’know, He knows everything, and all that) was a waste of their time and money (and that of their supporters) because He had someone else in mind for the Presidency of the USA (a person who exhibits none of the characteristics of a true Christian, and if anything, exhibits the characteristics prophesied of the Little Horn of the Great Beast of Revelation, not to mention all seven of the Seven Deadly Sins).

          So which is it? Did Cruz and Carson and Huckabee and Walker and Jindal et al lie about the Lᴏʀᴅ telling them to run, or did the Lᴏʀᴅ lie to them?

          • ShemSilber2

            Who knows? It could be that the Master told them to run, but He nevertheless brought the Trump-Pence team forward from way behind to give them the election.

            The important matter is to have the Master Yahusha to guide and strengthen us to navigate these Dark Ages and to take us on into the Age to Come, when He’ll be reigning from Jerusalem, Israel, amein.

            You know good and well that Yahuwah never lies, but people can get their signals mixed and misunderstand.

            Sin is not classifiable as “menial” or “deadly,” but the sinless blood of our Master Yahusha covers all the sins of His believers, for He is Yahuwah’s Son who came in His own flesh, Adam’s Creator and not Adam’s descendant. Thus He was not a human sacrifice, as the Jewish people say, rejecting Him. That body that He dwelt in died, but He lives eternally to give us everlasting life, so that we don’t have to die the second death, from which there is no resurrection.

            So, as before, I say to ask Him about what He did and what He said, if perchance He may let you know.

            Or He may just say to you as He did to Peter in John 21:22 about John, telling you never mind about them, and for you just to follow Him. That’s between Him and you, in Yahusha’s Name, amein.

          • TexasCoyote1

            Exactly, Paul was not exactly a saint prior to his conversion on the road to Damascus. God appears to be much better at forgiving prior sins than our news media is.

          • ShemSilber2

            You can say that again! Once the Master Yahusha (Lord Jesus) knocked Brother Paul off his high horse and explained what was going on, he became a very hard working servant of the Master, until Nero had him beheaded about 60 C.E. (Common Error [my lousy pun], but the Master Yahusha will straighten out the time for us when He comes). We’ll have a great time in the Kingdom meeting all the other saints, and we’ll likely be surprised at who some are whom the Master Yahusha saved.

            HalleluYAH and amein!

          • COMALite J

            Paul may well have been an imposter. He couldn’t even keep his own origin story (that you just alluded to) straight.

            Did the men which journeyed with him hear the Voice (Acts 9:7) or not (Acts 22:9)? Did they stand speechless (9:7 again) or all (including Saul of Tarsus) fall to the earth (26:14)?

            You might think those are quibbles, but when remembering and recounting the single most important thing that ever happened to you, getting details like that wrong are kinda suspicious.

            More serious though is what happened after Saul’s alleged encounter with Jesus on the Road to Damascus. Acts 9 says that afterwards the blinded Saul went on to Damascus, where Ananias healed and baptized him. Afterwards he preached Christ in Damascus, then after an unspecified but short time he went to Jerusalem to meet the Apostles, but they were afraid of him except for Barnabas who took him to meet all of the assembled Apostles and testified to them on his behalf, and afterwards Saul was seen coming and going into and out of Jerusalem.

            Got all that? Now let’s see how Paul recounts this in his Epistle to the Galatians, first chapter, starting with verse 11 (Galatians 1:11ff). Paul says that he received the Gospel not from man (including the Apostles) but from Jesus. He said that after Jesus revealed Himself to him, he immediately did not confer with flesh and blood (what, not even Ananias!?), and did not go up to Jerusalem to them who were Apostles before him, but preached in Arabia then returned to Damascus. Then, after three years had passed, he finally went to Jerusalem to meet Apostles. No mention of Barnabas. Instead he meets Cephas (Peter) and abides with him for fiteen days, but saw no other Apostles save James the Lord’s brother.

            This is wildly contradictory on practically every point!

            Also, I challenge you or anyone else here to find even one letter of red ink anywhere in the four Gospels of a Red Letter Edition (actual words of Christ in red) in which Jesus even implies that His chosen Twelve (well, Eleven, given Judas Iscariot, who was subsequently replaced by Matthias bringing it back to Twelve) Apostles would not be up to the task He set them, and that He would have to miraculously call some Pharisee scholar to come and teach His chosen fishermen and tax collectors and publicans and the like how to do it right, giving this jumped-up Pauly-come-lately a new Gospel that those who knew and walked with Him and sat at His feet weren’t taught.

            No, Jesus made it plain that it would be His Twelve Apostles who would be witnesses unto Him both in Jerusalem, in all Judæa, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost parts of the Earth. In His prayer to His Father (John Chapter 17 — read the whole chapter, so no claiming “out of context” — this is stated repeatedly therein [this chapter also utterly demolishes the “Trinity” false doctrine]), He asked His Father to bless them, and all who would come to believe on Him through their word, but never even hinted about some great Apostle yet to come.

            Not even the Gospel According to Saint Luke, Paul’s BFF and personal physician, and author of The Acts of the Apostles which chronicles Saul’s conversion, not even his Gospel has Jesus hinting at the coming of Paul while Jesus was still on Earth!

            There’s also the small matter that Paul’s teachings wildly contradict those of Jesus, including where salvation itself is at stake. Jesus described the Final Judgment in Matthew 25:31–46, and made it clear that how one treats the less fortunate was the criterion determining just who winds up among the Saved Sheep on His Right Hand, and who among the Damned Goats on His Left Hand. Paul famously taught that salvation is by grace alone, with works (good or bad) having no part.

            In all of his Epistles, Paul only once actually directly quotes Jesus, and then only in the matter of His words at the Last Supper (I Corinthians 11:23ff).

            Paul seems to have no knowledge whatsoever about what title Jesus was known to others of His time as (“Jesus of Nazareth” — indeed, Paul never once even mentions Nazareth at all), nor what Jesus called Himself (“the Son of man”), nor does he seem to know about Jesus being born in Bethlehem (then again, neither did Mark nor John — Mark never mentions Bethlehem at all, and John has people mentioning the prophecies saying that the Christ had to be born there but did not have Jesus nor any of His Apostles saying, “Well, yeah, I/He was born there” [John 7:40–44, key verse 42]). Paul never mentions Mary nor Joseph either (he mentions a “Mary” in Romans 16:6, but that was an inhabitant of Rome and thus extremely unlikely to be either Mary the mother of Jesus, or even Mary Magdalene [someone else Paul never mentions]).

            Strange for someone who supposedly knew Him so well through direct revelation, and yet not know any of that really basic stuff about His life that any kindergartner in any Church school would know.

      • TexasCoyote1

        Read 2 Kings discussion of Jezebel and Ahab. Johnathan Cahn has drawn parallels in his book “The Paradigm” that show Jezebel as Hillary and Ahab as Bill. The number of years of their reign correspond perfectly with the number of years each of them was in political office. Even the short interruption between Hillary’s role as first lady and her election to the Senate tie in. If this is true, Donald Trump corresponds to Jehu. Jehu was reckless and far from a perfect man, but he did throw out the evil Jezebel and return the land of Israel to worshipping the true God instead of Baal.

    • TexasCoyote1

      Amen. It’s probably the Republican Establishment that’s after Moore this time. These guys don’t want a good man serving with them.

  • Victor Nazarian

    This all reminds me of a race in Alaska wherein one candidate, Senator Ted Stephens lost due to allegations and court proceedings that were ultimately dismissed and a Justice Department probe found evidence of possibly politically motivated gross prosecutorial misconduct.

    I’m just wondering if a rush to judgement is possibly premature on the part of the media and some others. Judge Moore may be guilty or he may not.

    • All American

      When valid proof is void you can take it to the bank that the story is political motivation by the Progressive Left.

      • ShemSilber2

        Indeed. We should call them the Digressive Left, for they keep going progressively more to the left, and don’t even recognize that there is any such thing as “Straighten up and Fly RIGHT!” HalleluYAH for such a righteousness as Judge Roy Moore has through our Master Yahusha (Lord Jesus), respecting His commandments, amein!

        • All American

          Yes🙌🏻

          • I. Forgot 2

            Happy Thanksgiving AA!!!

          • All American

            🍁 Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 I. Forgot 2

          • I. Forgot 2

            Hope you enjoyed your day!!

    • ShemSilber2

      To the best of our knowledge, Judge Moore is innocent. Likewise according to the Constitution, he is innocent until proven guilty, but who pays attention to the Constitution? Not the media, and not even several of our former presidents, and especially not Pharaoh Barry and his fellow puppets of the Established Chaos, nor those who pull their strings.

      HalleluYAH that He gave us President Trump, and may He do likewise with Senator Roy Moore, in Yahusha’s Name, amein and amein!

      • COMALite J

        “Presumed innocent unless / until proven guilty” does not come from the Constitution, nor is it found therein. It’s from principles of English Common Law, which in turn derived from the Corpus Iuris (“Juris”) Civilis of the Justinian Code of the ancient Eastern Roman (aka Byzantine) Empire under Emperor Justinian I.

        • ShemSilber2

          Nevertheless, it is a principle of the American law, and it ought to be a principle of every person, that when they hear an accusation against a person, high or low, rich or poor, that they not believe charges against them without proof, particularly when they should have been brought, as in the charges against Judge Moore, WHEN they occurred and not 4 decades later, when it looks so highly suspicious because the Established Chaos doesn’t want a decent person to disturb their dirty work. If he were really guilty of those charges, they should have been laid at the time of their commission, and in that case, he would have gone to a long prison term or terms and wouldn’t be out YET.

          Plain and simple, these should be looked at as FALSE charges for the purpose of putting Judge Moore down in order to keep him from becoming Senator Moore. May Yahuwah Almighty Himself judge between Judge Moore and his false accusers and keep Roy Moore’s back as He kept Donald Trump’s back, when He brought him up from way behind and gave him the election victory, in the mighty Name of the Master Yahusha (Lord Jesus), amein and amein!

          • COMALite J

            I agree with you on that to a degree. I was only correcting your assertion that it came from the Constitution. It does not.

            My opposition to Roy Moore isn’t about the allegations. It’s about what I know that he’s done, such as going against the U.S. Constitution (both with the Ten Commandments statue and his later attempt to go against a U.S. Supreme Court ruling) and his sworn oath to uphold same as the Supreme Law of the Land (see Article VI ¶s 2 & 3), making him an oathbreaker, a very serious sin under Bible Law.

            He seeks to impose his particular religion as the Law of the Land that everyone, whether of his religion or not, would have to obey. I don’t mean Christianity in general. I mean his particular variant of Christianity.

            Your own variant seems to disagree with Moore’s on some points. I note that you try to use English transliterations of the Hebrew name of God and the Hebrew or Aramaic name of “Jesus.” (I agree with that, by the way: He never heard the word “Jesus” in His life.) That implies that your particular variant is one of several that goes by the Hebrew Names, which would differ from Moore’s variant that does not.

          • ShemSilber2

            I understand your points and agree with them to a point, but the best Constitution ever offered to mankind is indeed the Torah that the Master Yahusha gave to Moses at Sinai for our benefit and joy, and not for a burden, as the churches falsely teach. Any of that “Supreme Law of the Land” that is in conflict with the Torah is subject to disobedience by those who believe on the Master Yahusha and especially those who believe His Torah is still in effect. For instance, it the Master’s apostles had obeyed the law of the land, they would have ceased and desisted preaching the Gospel, and we would not know about the Master’s offer of everlasting life.

            The form of the Name of the Master is of relatively minor importance compared to whether one’s heart and testimony is for Him wholeheartedly. That is the main thing that the Established Chaos does not like about soon-to-be Senator Moore, Yahuwah willing. The Master saved me over 65 years ago when all I knew Him by was “Jesus,” but He is growing me up in the faith that He puts in me, teaching me to put obedience forward and get rid of religion, for the two oppose each other.

            Yahuwah grant that we all find shalom (peace and completion) in the only source thereof, the Master Yahusha our Redeemer, amein.

          • COMALite J

            You seem to be along the lines of another Disqus user, @tedrweiland:disqus of Mission to Israel. He says (and has done considerable research to back it up) that the U.S. Constitution is not only not Christian in nature, it’s downright anti-Christian and constitutes an act of sedition against Yahweh (the spelling he uses). You may be interested in his book and the website on the subject (you can read his book there in its entirety for free). Unfortunately, the OANN forum rules forbid links, or I’d post a link to it, but the title of the book is: The Bible vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective. He believes that Christianity should rule outright, and that the entire Constitution should be repealed and replaced with Bible Law. Do you agree?

          • ShemSilber2

            Thank you. This is the first I’ve heard of Ted Weiland, but I’m glad to know there are such people who stand up for the Master Yahusha.

            Whether anybody agrees with Torah or not, that is what is near to becoming “the law of the land,” so to speak, and Brother Ted’s dream will be realized. The Master Yahusha will set foot on the Mount of Olives, per Zechariah 14, and the end of the chapter speaks of people either coming to Jerusalem to keep the Feast of Tabernacles or doing without rain until they do. Isaiah 2:1-4 and Micah 4:1-4 both give the same prophecy, that the Torah will go out from Jerusalem to the world. Revelation 11:15 says the kingdoms of this world will become the Kingdom of Yahuwah and of His Messiah, because the Master Yahusha will judge and make war in righteousness until all of His enemies become His footstool.

            Thus these Dark Ages will come to their end, and there will be a New Age of peace on earth, as the Master Yahusha will restore the Kingdom to Israel by the hundreds of millions if not billions of subjects, and that will be the final and eternal world-ruling government, for all evils will be purged and the whole creation purified.

            This is, after all, only a temporary age in which we live, the time of trial and testing that we need in order for the Master Yahusha to qualify us for everlasting LIFE, amein.

          • COMALite J

            Another example is Dennis Oliver Woods, founder and headmaster of King’s Way Classical Academy (slogan: “Discipling the Nations One Student at a Time”) and former consultant to the Oregon State GOP. He did a website called “America Betrayed 1787.” It’s defunct now, but you can still get at it through the Internet Wayback Machine. Again, I’d post a link for you if the OANN forum rules permitted it.

          • ShemSilber2

            Thanks again. The Master Yahusha has many servants that He knows about, and may we all be faithful to the end of our mortal existence, as so meet in His Presence, when He has given us perfect immortality, and Rav Shaul tells us in 1Corinthians 15, amein.

    • Victor Nazarian

      Please everyone let’s keep a level head. If Judge Moore has indeed done something wrong we need to deal with it once we know the truth. If he is dishonorable in the same, or worse way as Senator Franken he needs to go. If he is a victim of false witness the same as the Duke Lacrosse Team of the guys in the Rolling Stone scandal, we need to deal with that as appropriate.

      The fact is, people are correct to be upset. If Judge Moore is indeed guilty of being a sex predator similar or worse than others in politics in years past, it’s very bad. Those who are reacting in an extreme manner may be politically motivated to the point that they HATE beyond rational thinking. Even so they are fellow Americans and if possible we need to bridge the gap between their irrational hatred and reality.

      The witch hunt mentality, that hurts innocent, fellow Americans in the name of possible, social advancement is simply wrong. Too many people dealing with politics seem motivated by impatient, hatred. Let’s not let that continue to damage our great nation.

  • Bobvillain

    It doesn’t matter which party you support, no decent person could vote for a pedophile.

    • Too_Late_4_America

      Don’t you mean, nobody should vote for a PROVEN pedophile? See, here in America, we are innocent until we are PROVEN guilty. Don’t be a dope when you don’t have to be.

  • Tom Horn

    It’s tough going to Fox News anymore with so many Left Wing CNN type attack dogs commentating. Awful people like Chris Wallace, Shepard Smith, Juan Williams, Howard Kurtz, John Roberts, and Katt Timpf. These people will lie, cheat, and steal to see more evil destructive Democrats in office. Krauthammer, too. Which Clinton or Soros paid him off?

    • PatrickJ

      You’re absolutely right, Tom. While there are some programs on Fox that I still enjoy, like Lou Dobbs for instance, I dislike all the Liberal types they have there now. Since I only get my news from the computer, I can pick and choose what I want to watch.

  • Jeff Hill

    Moore is going to win the election by a big margain and the liberals will be triggered yet again. Look for another attack like the Vegas shooting or the church in Texas shooting. The progressive left was behind both.

    • COMALite J

      The progressive left wasn’t behind either of those shootings. The Texas church shooter Devin Kelly was a domestic abuser psychopath who went after his family and in-laws in the church and decided to take a bunch of other people with them. He had a long history of domestic abuse (including fracturing the skull of his infant stepson) and animal cruelty. Stephen Paddock, the Vegas shooter, had no known political affiliation, and wasn’t registered to vote either in Nevada nor in his former residence state of Florida. He did have firearms licenses, which are more common among conservatives than progressives for reasons which should be obvious.

  • JohnGalt11

    All this is the reason few successful men, no gentlemen or even honorable men will run for elective office anymore.
    The ‘gotcha press’, sociopaths in the DNC, socialists everywhere and America haters will take down anyone they don’t like even if it means death in some cases (right, Hillary?).
    No successful person would ever risk these parasites’ attempted evisceration. And that’s too bad because we need the best and the brightest and look what we get – the Clintons, Obama/Holder/Jarrett/Soros, most all democrats, establishment ‘career’ Republicans and now, Trump.
    Look at what they did to the last ‘good man’ who ran for President – Mitt Romney. The press and the DNC reviled him and took a good man and made him the nation’s scapegoat in order to get a socialist anti-American moslem elected president. In 8 years, Obama nearly ruined the USA. We will be decades recovering.
    Just think what a straight-shooter like Mitt would have done…and just cry.
    Cry for America. Then get angry and do what you can to restore America. In. Any. Way. Possible.

    • PatrickJ

      Thanks, JohnGalt11. We will never know what sort of president Romney would have been, but we do know one thing for certain. He would have been light years better than what we got instead.

    • COMALite J

      This from the person who has named his online self from a lame character in a lame political fantasy book from a lame anti-Christian anti-theist author whose philosophies became the philosophies of modern Satanism according to the word of its founder, Anton Szandor LaVey, who not only founded the Church of Satan but also wrote The Satanic Bible. He outright said in an interview, “I just give people Ayn Rand with trappings.” And on another occasion, “My religion is nothing more than the philosophies of Ayn Rand with ceremony and ritual added.” That makes Ayn Rand the inventor of the philosophical basis of modern Satanism!

      Oh, and she was a hypocrite, too. She lived off of Social Security and other public assistance in her final years.

      Obama is not Muslim. He never was. He was the only Protestant Christian to run as a major party candidate for either President or Vice President in 2012. Both Vice Presidential candidates, Ryan and Biden, are Roman Catholics. Mitt Romney, of course, is a Mormon, a member of a religion that many posting on these forums would consider to be a Satanic cult. Only Barack Obama was (and still is) a Protestant Christian.

      Romney would’ve made a much better President than Trump, but not better than Obama. He had both good and bad aspects to his character and history.Much of Mitt’s money was made as a
      “vulture” capitalist, gutting businesses and selling off the corpses to
      enrich himself and Bain Capital.

      I wrote, but decided not to post, a big spiel about Mitt’s tax returns and the implications thereof which could’ve been very devastating to himself and his religion had it come out. Since he lost, nobody cares about them anymore. He and the LDS leadership should be very glad about that if I’m right about why he refused to release most of them. You can ask me more about that if you’re interested.

      In what way did Obama nearly ruin the USA? Be specific, please.

      • JohnGalt11

        This from a guy who correctly names himself – COMA.

        • COMALite J

          Ah ha ha ha! Oh gosh that’s funny! That’s really fu—! D’y’— do you write your own material? Do you? Because that is so fresh. “This from a guy who correctly names himself — COMA.” You know, I’ve, I’ve never heard anyone make that joke before. Mmm. You’re the first. I’ve never heard anyone reference, reference that outside the COMAL User’s Group before. Because tha— that’s what the acronym with the “-ite” suffix (as in “Israel-ite”) looks like, right, isn’t it? A “Lite Coma.” And, and yet you’ve taken that, an— and used it out of context to insult me in this everyday situation. God what a clever, smart guy you must be — to come up with, with a joke like that all by yourself. Mm. That’s so fresh too. Any, any “Titanic” jokes you want to throw at me too as long as we’re hitting these phenomena at the height of their popularity? Hmm? ’Cause I’m ri— I’m here. God you’re so funny!
          (see YouTube video ID#zSn7f9lPF3c for the origin of that)

          I stand by what I said: you named yourself after the main character in an anti-Christian novel by an anti-Christian writer, who himself embodied the 180° diametric opposite of what Jesus taught. Ayn Rand called Jesus’s teachings of altruism the greatest of evils, and called the selfishness that Jesus preached against the greatest good (“enlightened self-interest”).

          “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil;” — Isaiah 5:20, KJV

          Would you like to know why I still use this username online, having gotten it in the 1980s in the days of pre-Internet dial-up online services (which the COMAL User’s Group was on)? It’s because I hope that people I knew then would recognize me by that nickname. One of them is a young man whose life I helped save (at least I hope he decided to live, like he said), and who changed my own life in the process.

          Still waiting for you to be specific on how, exactly, “Obama nearly ruined the USA.”

          • JohnGalt11

            Prolixity abounds. All rubbish of course. Do you think anyone reads your stuff all the way through? Are you that eaten up with your own ego to have attained such depths of hubris?
            Another of your probable enemies once said, ‘Brevity is the soul of wit’. Reverse that and you have…you.
            Sad.

  • Ray

    The question is: will “Mitchie” treat Moore as a Republican when he gets to the floor?

    • PatrickJ

      Probably not.

  • Tado

    A woman liar is a SOB.

  • Dan Taylor

    ‘Ties to the KKK’? Hilarious. You lefties need to use something else besides the KKK. ONE OF YOUR HEROES WAS A DEMOCRAT SENATOR NAMED ROBERT BIRD, and he was a Grand PooBah of the Klan, with no regrets. Hillary was very outspoken about Bird being one of her highest all-time heroes. Everything in West Virginia is named after this prime racist but I’ve never heard any demands for any name changes.
    Your hypocrisy is monumental, and it’s showing, on display. Your hatred is one of the reasons we support Mr. Moore. You’re making this stuff up, and you will fail…

    • COMALite J

      Robert Byrd (note correct spelling) had plenty of regrets over his KKK past. He repudiated it and repented and demonstrated that repentance very thoroughly in both word and deed, including fighting in the Senate for civil rights when he himself had earlier filibustered (along with Strom Thurmond, who did not repent but who left the Democratic Party and became a Republican) the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

  • Thangamma

    Roy Moore shall prevail! Truth prevails! I have done extensive reading about Mr. Moore’s alleged sexual exploits with young underage girls and there isn’t a SHRED of proof. The Year Book is an absolute travesty of truth. Gloria Alred is the scum of scum in the legal world and has stated that she has NOT seen or read the year book. GLORIA ALRED MUST BE DISBARRED FOR CHARACTER ASSASSINATION ! The woman’s ex boyfriend states that her allegations are false ! what more does one want??? Alabama do the right thing – vote Moore. Go Trump! Go Stoks ! THANGAMMA 🙂

  • Burrito Jackson

    ABC still has Jones and Hilldog +12.

  • 2livefree

    Go Roy, beat Gloria Allred!

  • Jerryzeroo

    Seems these allegations are very old and/or rather lame and vague.

    If you have to go back over 40 years to find anything, I question the relability and relevance.

    At least with these particular accusations. There seems to be plenty of conflicts with some of these accusers. Plus, with the sexual assault Lynch mob epidemic. I’m interested why all these people have waited until right now, literally NOW,

    P.S. why is homophobia bad by OAN comment policy, but actual physical threats not mentioned in any way. Is the comment section ran by CNN moderators?

  • MAGA woman

    That was quite a story. Definitely going to read up on that.

    • Klade Dayton

      This HAS been discussed. DAILY KOS. 2/24/2013

      • MAGA woman

        Never heard it before until I read those old posts yesterday that were mostly gossip. When I said “discussed”, I meant when by multiple other sources and while he is so prominent in Congress and supported by fact.. It’s almost 2018. This doesn’t pass the smell test.

        • Klade Dayton

          No? What say we have Breitbart investigate? I’d appreciate an in-depth examination–and so would many others.

          • TexasCoyote1

            I’m sure Steve Bannon is aware of this. He doesn’t need to use that information right now, but he will as he wages war against the Establishment Republican party. The Roy Moore allegations are aimed more at Bannon than at Moore. It’s about control of the party and McConnell and his ilk aren’t willing to give up that power without a fight.

            Looking at Hillary’s investigation possibility shows what happens when a criminal politician loses power and has no favors to call in. She really should look out for buses.

          • COMALite J

            Waitaminnit, you support Steve Bannon? The man who openly said that he admires Satan!? I certainly hope you don’t consider yourself a Christian.

          • TexasCoyote1

            Yes, I totally support Steve Bannon, and I hope he can field a slate of candidates who will support President Trump’s agenda. It is incumbent upon conservative Christian people in the United States to return this nation to a nation that looks to God for guidance and teaches its children the morals that can only come from a belief in God and the Bible.

          • COMALite J

            Just how many of the Founding Fathers and Framers of the Constitution do you think were conservative Christians in the modern sense? How many were your particular kind of Christian? Do you know? I do.

  • disgustedvet

    Anyone can accuse anyone else of improper behavior at anytime but that doesn’t mean the accusations are true .

  • Joe

    Uh Oh…..Now the truth of the Democrats rears its ugly head once again.

  • Too_Late_4_America

    Such a pity that America is in the deplorable situation where corrupt people can just make accusations (with no proof given) and have established politicians AND the media use them to completely destroy a man’s reputation!

    The Bible says that to destroy a person’s reputation is the same as murder! You guys better be sure of what you are saying and doing! Just sayin …..

    • COMALite J

      Where does the Bible say that? It does forbid bearing false witness against one’s neighbor, but doesn’t equate that with murder to the best of my knowledge.

  • Wayne_B

    Before their fake accusations RINO/DNC knew that Roy Moore had an outstanding lead that could not be overcome by election fraud. Now it can. Alabama Republicans need to volunteer to be poll watchers in record numbers.

    • TexasCoyote1

      I have heard Steve Bannon has a team assembled to do the poll watching. I hope that is correct.

      • Wayne_B

        It would be great to gather some evidence of DNC election fraud for the Election Commission.

  • PatrickJ

    I mean really, Hillary Clinton, her worthless husband, Eric Holder, Harry Reid, Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer. I could write a book about all the worthless Democrats in our government. It would take a month to list them all and another month to read the book. In the end, you would just want to put a gun to your head and pull the trigger. Because all the Democrats have done to this country is to ruin the dream that our Founders envisioned and replace it with something not even closely similar to what our Founders envisioned.

    Guess you can tell I’m not in a really good mood this evening. Signing off from paradise. Tucson, Arizona.

  • SaidNO2Liberalism

    Citizens of Alabama, say NO to liberalism.

  • PatrickJ

    If I ever in my life had any respect for the Democratic Party, it is gone. Done. History.

  • PatrickJ

    Roy Moore will win this thing, and the rest of us will win with him. We will once and for all defeat this Democratic tactic of smearing a Candidate in order to keep him from being elected. The country will be better for it.

  • PatrickJ

    You just can’t do this and get away with it. You just can’t wait until the final days of an important election and then pull someone out of a magic hat and accuse the candidate of something thirty or forty years ago.

    To use a Southern euphenism, that dog just won’t hunt.

    • Vera Orsova

      Especially when the accusers are all connected to DNC.

    • COMALite J

      That dog hunted just fine against Hillary. Remember the Comey / Chaffetz last-minute allegations about her E-mails?

  • CD Ard

    Innocent until proven guilty. The only ‘evidence’ at this point is in his favor: They timed their claims (after 38 years) right before the election which is eveidence of collusion to affect the election.

  • PatrickJ

    I really respect President Trump for standing up for Roy Moore. It really means something to me.

    • All American

      Our President is in the trenches fighting for everything that is valuable to Americans 🇺🇸 MAGA🇺🇸

      • PatrickJ

        You can rest assured that I always like having you here when I make a comment like the one I just made. I always know that you or someone just like you, will be there.

        • All American

          Happy Thanksgiving Patrick 🦃

          • PatrickJ

            And the same to you, All American.

      • TexasCoyote1

        I would really like to see President Trump come out a little more strongly in favor of Judge Moore, but we may need his support of him more when the US Senate refuses to seat him. All of us are going to have to take the time to call and scream at our Senators to force the seating of Judge Moore.

        • All American

          Everything in moderation is key👍🏻

  • Phil M. Kelley

    For a while there, libs were trying to convince us that their candidate was ahead in the polls–nice try Demwits.

    • PatrickJ

      Wasn’t the Libs, Phil. It was the lamestream media. Same thing, I guess.

      • Phil M. Kelley

        I am with Rush in believing that the Demwits are in such disarray that the MSM is actually carrying the liberal fight now.

        • Vera Orsova

          Well it sure is not Hillary. I heard today they were calling out to Slick Willy to campaign for libturds. The stench of despair is in the air

  • PatrickJ

    Regarding the accusations against Roy Moore? Prove it to me. Prove it to me beyond the shadow of a doubt. Please do that for me. Because then and only then I will withdraw my support for the man.

    This entire thing stinks to high heaven.

    • CD Ard

      The strongest evidence is in his favor. Accusations right before an election are evidence of collusion to affect the election.

      • COMALite J

        I take it, then, that you felt the same way about James Comey’s releasing (via Jason Chaffetz of the House Intelligence Committee) allegations about Hillary’s Emails right before the 2016 Presidential election (with considerably less time before the election than is the case the Moore allegations)?

  • PatrickJ

    The election or not, of Roy Moore is sort of a turning point, if you will. Knowing they would lose for sure, if they did nothing, the Desperate Democrats decided to sully his reputation, knowing that was the only way they could possibly win against a popular Republican in a state where he was well respected and an absolute shoe-in

    You just have to love politics. How it works, I mean. You can actually accuse anyone of anything. Facts don’t matter. You don’t need facts. All you have to do is accuse someone of whatever, and they are automatically guilty of the crime. In any other realm of life, you couldn’t get away with that for ten seconds, and yet in the realm of politics, anything you throw out there is branded with the label of truth, until the accused can prove otherwise. Pretty amazing, when you think about it.

    • Vera Orsova

      Smells of communism to me. All you had to do then was to make an anonymous accusation and the whole family was eliminated.. I know it well. I lived it.

      • PatrickJ

        Where was that, Vera?

  • PatrickJ

    We will soon see the end of this. One way or another. All of this is simply dirty politics 101. It has nothing to do with the real leadership of this country that most of us hope for and believe in when we cast our vote.
    Not by a long shot. We are so far away from Hamilton and Jefferson and Franklin that it isn’t even worth talking about.

    Having said that, I believe that should be our goal. To get back to the ideas of those great men, I mean.
    Just a dream I have, I guess.

    • Larry Blair

      A good dream to have. I’m with you there.

      • PatrickJ

        You are a good example of what we need going forward, Larry. Thanks for chiming in.

  • Joe King

    Proud or Moore and the Great State of Alabama

  • PatrickJ

    I would trade Roy Moore for Mitch McConnell in a heartbeat. But that’s just me.

    • COMALite J

      Even though Mitch McConnell is the main reason you have Supreme Court Justice Neal Gorsuch instead of Merrick Garland filling Scalia’s seat?

  • Alan Lindquist

    about dam time . never give up .

  • Bill Stengle

    Alabama – I don’t know if The Judge did these things 40 yrs ago or not; however, he’s certainly served you well for decades. Don’t let McConnel, Inc take your choice away!!!. He’s going to smoke Jones!. This is YOUR election – no one else’s.

    • CD Ard

      Presumption of Innocent until proven guilty. What you don’t know is irrelevant.

  • Farmerob

    That poll has to be wrong, there can’t be that many Democrats in Alabama.

    • Tim maher

      Depends upon how many democrats the pollsters are bussing in for the count.

      • TexasCoyote1

        That is a real fear. Hopefully, there will be dedicated poll watchers who won’t let that happen.

  • Bill Smith 999935

    This is not about Moore anymore.

  • William Brown

    OOOOOO YA.

  • Bob

    Moore’s still in the little leagues. It’s not like he’s being accused by SEVENTEEN women… unlike our proud and awesome president! Trump really racks up the numbers!!! Winning!

    • Bill Smith 999935

      It’s not about Moore, it’s about the ideology. Moore can be outed before he takes office or be forced out later, and the governor will appoint another Republican. It really has nothing to do with Moore at this point.

      • CD Ard

        If at some point these hags can prove something ILLEGAL was done to them., it can be dealt with then.

        • Bill Smith 999935

          Exactly.

    • William Brown

      Bob Are you inferring to The present POTUS or another one?Cause if your referring to the present POTUS as a rapist You better off being in Iran.

    • Tim maher

      All of which have said that the media twisted what they said about the President.

    • turnipweed

      My crystal ball says you killed an old lady. Prove you didn’t!

    • CD Ard

      Some accusations aren’t really relevant. So what if he did have a date with 18 or 19 year old. If they were graduates or in college who would grill them for their age before asking them out. I was 17 as a grad and my first year in college, and went out with whom I chose.

  • Impaler

    Interesting how just before the election women suddenly “come forward” to announce a 40 year old rape that they never reported to police.

    • Tim maher

      Amazing what people will do and say when a liberal news paper has some cash to spread around.

    • turnipweed

      You forgot to mention the women were Democrats and heroin users.

    • TexasCoyote1

      This allegation wasn’t even rape. I guess even the political parties didn’t think that accusation would work.

  • Liberius Lucanus

    Tell us once again who has hitlery defended in he past?

  • lonestar50

    Thank you for the information. I think it is all a setup.

  • Brad

    Good for him, hopefully he can get elected and get in there and rid us of swamp rats.

    At least we’ll have someone in there that has our Presidents back.

  • PatrickJ

    Anyway, I hope he wins. Because I want to bury this particular technique that the Left is fond of using, in a shallow grave. Sooner, rather than later.

  • PatrickJ

    I think Roy Moore will be elected. When that happens, you will hear the moaning and the crying and the gnashing of teeth by the Left. Music to my ears.

    • Tim maher

      Not to mention getting to watch them scream at the sky again. That was hillarious.

    • Vera Orsova

      I will be dancing polka on my front porch

    • TexasCoyote1

      I think Moore will be elected also, but that is just the beginning of this battle. We have to be sure he is certified by the State of Alabama, and then the real fight will begin in the Senate when they refuse to seat him on moral grounds. All of us regardless of what state we live in are going to have to call our senators and force them to seat Judge Moore when he gets to Washington.

  • RJenIL

    This is for the people of AL to settle, no one else. Another step in draining the swamp.

    • PatrickJ

      That being said, RJHenIL, it in no way keeps the rest of us from celebrating the victory.

      • RJenIL

        Yessir!

  • PatrickJ

    OANN is the best source out there for sharing your views with other Conservatives of a like mind. I don’t get their television feed, but my neighbor does and I often visit with him. The television program is the absolute best out there.

    • Larry Blair

      All my friends are trying to get OANN through their providers. I have it with DirecTV. I Feel lucky. Real news from around the world without the opinions. Wonderful that they have given the feed to our military veterans for free. Great News Network!!

  • PatrickJ

    Sort of seems like the majority of us by now know how the Democrats work. Not too hard to understand, really. They are simply against anything Trump wants to do. That about right?

    • Huks

      That is about the size of it. They could care less about the good of the country as long as the President looks bad.

  • jane

    Media won’t run this election either.

  • strawberryplains

    Don’t let the polls or anyone that publishes them fool you! Alabama, whether he’s up or down in the polls, GO VOTE!! The election polls of 2016 didn’t work- saying Trump was down and going to lose, now the media will try another tactic to get conservatives to stay home and not bother to vote because Moore is ahead…. go vote. If you live n AL, talk to your friends and family and remind them to vote!!

  • Harold Swift

    Roy will prevail and put the scum to rest. I didn’t know there were so many republicans afraid of having yet one more honest man among them.

  • gerebear

    Look like the media opened the conversation way to soon. Now it looks like it may not of happened. Timing screwed up, the voting will tell!

  • Captain America

    VOTE: Roy Moore for Alabama!
    VOTE: Roy Moore for The United States of America!

  • CO

    Americans are also tired of politicians who put the American citizen and American workers last and remove the American Flag from their Logo.

    • Localdude

      …you forgot – take one knee and raise your taxes!

  • landy fincannon

    Speaking of the Iran- Contra scandal. If you’re not familiar with the name Barry Seal look it up.

    Go Roy go

    • TexasCoyote1

      I think Seal is also tied to Mena, Arkansas and Bill Clinton.

      • landy fincannon

        100% correct , my friend.

        My, had the HSBC scandal been investigated thoroughly. There’s no telling where that rabbit would have led.

      • landy fincannon

        BTW, Texoma area here, this side of the Red River. Cheers

  • JaySands1234

    The people are tired of the liberal lies!

  • Clinicaleducator1

    Judge Moore will WIN and THAT begins the end of the establishment RINO’s in DC.

  • David Bagdasarian

    I live in Alabama and I will vote for Roy Moore, Period! I cannot stand the communist running against him.

    • Klade Dayton

      According to the New York Post, you Alabamians are ignorant, Bible thumping hillbillies straight off Tobacco Road who refuse to follow the demands of your betters, the coastal elites, and vote for the liberal Democrat. My goodness! Aren’t you feeling ashamed? (sarcasm intentional)

      • David Bagdasarian

        If you believe the wallpaper product then y’all had better mind yor p’s ‘n q’s ‘cause a mighty lesson is about to be taught all over yor haids sweepea.

        • Klade Dayton

          Dave, you’re my hero!

          BTW, I was discussing with a friend who lives outside Talladega the leftist media’s obnoxious attempt to Christian-shame Alabamians into voting for Jones. “Any TRUE Christian would NEVER vote for a man who…. ” yada-yada-yada. (As if Hollywood and the media know ANYTHING AT ALL about morality!) My friend just laughed and said that the leftists were about to have “a can of whoop ass” unleashed on them because Alabamians were “Bull Christians” not “Sheep Christians.” Not being Southern myself, I had never heard these expressions before and I asked him to explain. He said, “Sheep Christians take all sorts of abuse from (the media) and believe in praying for their abusers’ souls. Bull Christians don’t believe in turning the other cheek. We remember Jesus’ beating the (tar) out of the moneylenders in the Temple and His advice to ‘Go, and do thou likewise.” I nearly fell off my chair, laughing. Dear Lord1 The South WILL rise again!

          • kaiju

            Jone’s is a greedy leftist swamp man. B-icth McConman would rather have him than Roy Moore come to DC.

          • Moose Colley

            I thought that the texasscoyote was the dumbest idiot on this thread until you chimed in. You kiddie diddlers are pathetic.
            You believe a pizza parlor rumor, but not one of your own neighbors. Not just a neighbor, a Republican trump supporter.
            Put Roy in so we can laugh at you and mock you. You deserve him and all the shame he brings.

          • kaiju

            Nice try, but trolls like you are wasting your time and McConman’s money here.
            Alabama will put Moore in, so you and B-icth can laugh all the way to federal prison.

          • Moose Colley

            Did Roy Moore diddle you too? You are going to get what you deserve either way.
            Roy Moore knew how to tell if the young girls in Alabama were virgins. Pick the ones that can outrun their father and brothers.

          • kaiju

            Your funny Bullwinkle.

          • Moose Colley

            Your ? Ah, you went to Auburn.

          • kaiju

            Had to type it so you could read it Moose.

          • COMALite J

            Jesus never said, “Go, and do thou likewise” in relation to His whipping the money changers in the Temple. He said it after His Parable of the Good Samaritan to the lawyer who tried to weasel out of the second greatest commandment in the Law, “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” by trying to nitpick just who was and who was not his neighbor (or “neighbour” to use the British and thus KJV spelling).

            Here’s the only time He said those words:

            𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐆𝐨𝐬𝐩𝐞𝐥 𝐀𝐜𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐨 𝐒𝐚𝐢𝐧𝐭
            𝕃𝕌𝕂𝔼

            Cʜᴀᴘᴛᴇʀ 10
            25 And, behold, a certain lawyer stood up, and tempted him, saying, Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
            26 He said unto him, What is written in the law? how readest thou?
            27 And he answering said, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself.
            28 And He said unto him, Thou hast answered right: this do, and thou shalt live.
            29 But he, willing to justify himself, said unto Jesus, And who is my neighbour?
            30 And Jesus answering said, A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves, which stripped him of his raiment, and wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead.
            31 And by chance there came down a certain priest that way: and when he saw him, he passed by on the other side.
            32 And likewise a Levite, when he was at the place, came and looked on him, and passed by on the other side.
            33 But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where he was: and when he saw him, he had compassion on him,
            34 And went to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care of him.
            35 And on the morrow when he departed, he took out two pence, and gave them to the host, and said unto him, Take care of him; and whatsoever thou spendest more, when I come again, I will repay thee.
            36 Which now of these three, thinkest thou, was neighbour unto him that fell among the thieves?
            37 And he said, He that shewed mercy on him. Then said Jesus unto him, Go, and do thou likewise.

            What your friend calls “Bull Christians” aren’t Christians at all. They’ll be in for a big surprise come Judgement Day.

          • Klade Dayton

            Something tells me that you will be, too.

          • COMALite J

            If there is a Judgment Day, or indeed an afterlife of any kind, then yes, I would be surprised. I’m mostly atheist these days, though I spent most of my life as a Bible-believing Christian and I know it reasonably well. I know enough to know that Jesus did not condone the sort of “Bull Christianity” that your friend promoted, and his scriptural “evidence” for same is, well, a lot of bull (as I just demonstrated). If you think otherwise, then please, show me any other time where Jesus said, “Go, and do thou likewise,” and in particular in reference to His whipping of the money changers in the Temple.

            I will admit that my atheism has taken a bit of a hit recently, when I realized that the prophecies of a man I used to debate online several years ago do seem to be coming true. They were detailed prophecies, too, and even I, atheist that I am, have to admit that they do appear to be being fulfilled. I thought he was a loon. He claimed to be none other than one of the Two Witnesses of Revelation. If he really is who he says he is, I’d be very worried indeed.

            Would you be interested in hearing more about this alleged Witness and his prophecies and his Bible End Times Prophecy discernments (he doesn’t call them “interpretations,” but rather discernments given him directly by God Himself)? They’re very different from what you’ve likely heard before.

            Just a taste: while books and movies such as the Left Behind series and others dating back to The Late, Great Planet Earth and others picture “the Anti-Christ” as a seemingly human man, and ditto the False Prophet, this guy (who I knew only as “Bands” — the name that Zechariah was told to give to one of the Two Staves [the other was “Beauty”] that he was commanded to carve, name, and then break, in Chapter 11 of his book) says that the Great Beast (often mis-called “the Anti-Christ” — he pointed out that that phrase does not occur anywhere in the Bible, and that the only Bible writer to use the term “antichrist” in any sense was John in two of his Epistles but not in Revelation, and never to refer to a single individual person) and False Prophet are not individual persons. They’re aggregate persons, which is why John called them “Beasts.” There are multiple people who together comprise each of the three (yes, three) evil Beasts of Revelation.

          • Klade Dayton

            The irony here is that I went from atheism TO Christianity after a pulmonary embolism caused me to flatline as a teen and I experienced an encounter with a God I never even believed existed. To say it changed my assumptions is putting it mildly; it transformed my life. I don’t see a need to share any details but suffice it to say that I don’t have to GUESS what’s ‘beyond the veil’. I KNOW what’s there. Life here in Maine is lovely but it’s nothing compared to what’s on the Other Side.

          • COMALite J

            Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) are pretty common. Thing is, they differ from person to person in ways that would not be the case were they actual experiences of an afterlife or spiritual realm. There’s a fascinating website which collects and organizes NDE accounts and makes them available. You may or may not want to submit yours.

          • TexasCoyote1

            Judge Moore will be elected by the people, but then the fun will just be beginning in this story. It will be a fight to get the State election officials to certify the election.

            Once we get past that obstacle, the Senate will circle the wagons and refuse to seat Judge Moore. That one is a bit stickier, but it can be overcome if enough of us call our Senators and threaten them with primarying them out. The one thing they fear more than anything else is to fail to be re-elected. This is going to take some work on all our parts whether we live in Alabama or not. There is a lot riding on the seating of Judge Moore.

      • David Bagdasarian

        Klade, the only thing I feel embarrassed about it the fact that the Great State of New York allows itself to be pushed around by the gaggle of hypocrites occupying it’s largest city, oh yeah and the same can be said for about a thousand mile stretch of the coast of kalifornia.

    • TexasCoyote1

      Not only vote for him, but make sure the ballots are accurately counted. The next trick is going to be a fair election. I’m not sure we’ve actually had one in decades, but now would be a good time to start.

      • David Bagdasarian

        ABSOLUTELY!!!

  • TexanForever

    I’m a better person than I was 40 years ago. No reason why Moore couldn’t have similarly improved. Lessons from life tend to do that.

    The good he can do now is important to the nation. Keep the lib Jones out.
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    • Wheel of misfortune

      Well said.

    • Bob

      Well said, it’s not like he stole some sunglasses!!!

    • CD Ard

      He is innocent until proven guilty. Period

    • TexasCoyote1

      For my money, Roy Moore is innocent of these charges. They don’t fit with the actions of the man throughout his adult professional life.

      This is nothing more than political dirty tricks at their worst.

  • Deplorable Tigerfan

    Thank You OAN for being one of the few news outlets willing to put out the truth. We the voters here in Ala, see how Moore is being slandered by the same old Democratic tricks they always use. We won’t let the party of the kkk come to power again in our state. Their lies about Moore are falling apart.

    • Legion

      Good on you! .. Do the right thing and vote for Roy Moore!
      Don’t let your state be taken over by the DEMONcrats like we did here in California!
      Trust me you don’t want whats going on here and that is exactly what the Dems will give you!!

      • Elizabeth A. Parks

        Also from California – ditto! Democratic policies have made CA a mess. Glad Roy Moore is up in the polls.

      • Larry Blair

        Another Ex-Californian, born and raised there. Couldn’t deal with liberal politics, Moonbeam Brown and illegals. My wife and I are living our dream elsewhere. Never look back.

        • MAGA woman

          Another Californian and voting for a Travis Allen.

          • A marcus Young

            The Confederate Party must be taken down and buried with their racist past.

      • Wyn Paul Williams

        California is the most successful productive state in the entire USA by a loooooong shot, what the hell are you even talking about

        • kaiju

          It’s clear that either you’ve never been to California or you’ve never been out of it, one of the two.

        • Shiek Yerbooti

          They’re talking about supporting a pedophile for the US Senate. Because reasons.

          • middleclassvoter

            Proof?
            Not allegations. Not gossip. Not hearsay.
            Proof.
            The accuser’s stories are falling apart but since you don’t live in Alabama, you aren’t aware of it.

          • CW Cressler

            That ironclad witness cop with the funkadelic do said everything she stated was based on “rumors” that she heard. Admitted there was never a single complaint of any kind filed against Moore. But rumors = evidence if the accused is a Republican. Because reasons.

          • Robert Ivey

            No its pretty much common Knowledge in Alabama the guy is a pedophile creep. The only reason it hasn’t come up before is everyone who actually knows him already knew about it.

          • COMALite J

            Hebephile, not pedophile (at least not until any accusers come forward alleging that he molested them when they were of prepubescent age). Still a child molester under the law, though, if he really did what he’s been accused of.

          • Bud

            Apparently it is “pretty much common knowledge” only in the perverted minds of comrades such as yourself, Comrade Bob.

          • middleclassvoter

            You don’t live in Alabama. I do. I have family in state government that have worked in and around Roy Moore for decades. I trust them much more than I trust you, the WaPo, or these women who mysteriously appear out of nowhere to make false allegations on the eve before a critical election. They ALL see this for the political hit job it is.

            Your “common knowledge” doesn’t exist otherwise it would’ve been used against him in the MULTIPLE elections he’s been in. But nice try. Predictable.

          • David Kaicke

            You must have him confused with Weinstein or Clinton.

          • David Bagdasarian

            So how common IS your “Alabama” knowledge? Let’s see you are either from Birmingham, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa or Mobile and watch cnn, abc, cbs, nbc or read the Daily Worker, or not from this State at all. Got any evidence, nah, who needs evidence? I just say it and it’s so, straight out of Sal Alinsky’s book or was that the Communist Manifesto, more probably Mein Kamph.

          • Radical_Left

            It’s alleged that Robert Ivey had intimate relations with a Muslim goat so it must be true. Right? That’s the same thing we libs are doing with Roy Moore and it works!

          • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

            you do have a way with stupidity don’t you.

          • Tyrone Jackson

            Moore needs to have his due process, this is still the USA….look it up.

          • Diane Dinneny Bazzano

            How is he a pedophile? Gossip is not proof. Accusations are not proof.

            Saul Alinksy Rules for Radicals
            Joseph Goebbels “propaganda is good which leads to success & is bad when it fails to achieve desired results”
            Karl Marx “Accuse others of what you do”

          • Econigs

            Goebbles-” Tell a lie long enough and it becomes a truth.”

          • iwontell

            YEAH – look at the CLINTON’S……….there’s PROOF

          • COMALite J

            Even if that were true, in what way does it in the slightest degree let Roy Moore off the hook? When I was a kid and got in trouble for my messy bedroom, saying, “B-b-but Mooom, big brother’s room is messy, too!” didn’t get me off the hook.

          • larryjcr

            ‘Off the hook’ for what. There is no proof that he did anything wrong at all. The stories of his accusers are falling apart under investigation.

          • TexasCoyote1

            Judge Moore is not pointing to others who are guilty of sexual misconduct–he is flat out denying it. Sexual misconduct doesn’t fit with anything in his makeup. Just political dirty tricks at their worst.

          • COMALite J

            I wasn’t talking to Judge Moore. I was talking to @iwontell:disqus who was bringing up the Clintons.

            As for Moore, he didn’t flatly deny it at first. That came later. At first he was making excuses for the behavior (such as saying that he never dated teenaged girls “without the permission of their mothers” — no need for such a caveat if he never dated teenaged girls at all), not denying that it ever happened.

          • Radical_Left

            Yea, and it also works. Adolph was a master of it.

          • A marcus Young

            ..Democrats are traitors

          • CW Cressler

            Who is?! What pedophile?!

          • TexasCoyote1

            The Republicans as well as the Democrats are bringing these bimbos forward making false allegations against him because neither party wants a moral man in the Senate who can’t be bought or blackmailed.

            The accusations against Judge Moore are just more political dirty tricks.

          • Bud

            No one is talking about any such thing. Were the candidate indeed a pedophile it would certainly have come to light during at least one of his two successful runs for Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. We recognize this for what it is—a desperate attempt to steal a Senate seat on the part of the Democrat/CPUSA Party.

        • Diane Dinneny Bazzano

          LMAO

        • iwontell

          TEXAS – MORON

          • TexasDeplorable1134

            And yet we are 2nd right behind CA and are STILL conservative. The only reason you are still ahead is that you support the illegal immigration into every aspect of your economy without regard to your own constituents. That is why they are leaving.

            But I am sure that you will just import more low wage slaves to keep your economy going. Once Silicon Valley moves to Canada (which they will to protect their low wage H1B workers), your welfare state will begin to collapse.

          • A marcus Young

            Slavery was outlawed by the Federal government under Republican President Lincoln

          • TexasDeplorable1134

            wage slaves, however, are not.

          • Ron Bo

            Lincoln and the Republicans of his time were the liberals of their time. It was Democrats who were the conservatives: trying to preserve the status quo, standing for states’ rights.
            It was just after Teddy Roosevelt (a Republican who called himself a progressive) that the parties switched. Although the Democrats remained the party of racism up until the 1950s/60s about the time Strom Thurmond changed parties.
            This is all well agreed upon history.
            Pretending the liberals of Lincoln’s party were anything like Republicans today is silly.

          • CW Cressler

            That statement is even sillier.

          • COMALite J

            Demonstrable historical truth and fact is “silly” to you?

            The forum rules here don’t accept links even if used to uphold a point rather than for spamming purposes, so I can’t give you the direct link, but if you go to any of several websites that show the historical Electoral College Maps of every U.S. Presidential election from the time when we first had a President of the USA (with the ratification of the Constitution, replacing the failed Articles of Confederation) all the way through 2016, then focus on how the Deep South states (including Alabama) voted, you’ll see that they voted almost consistently Democratic (the exceptions being mainly for secessionist and/or segregationist [and thus racist] third parties) from the time there was a Democratic Party until 1964 with the passage of the Civil Rights Act. After that, they voted almost consistently Republican or other segregationist party (main exception was 1972 with Southern evangelical Christian candidate Jimmy Carter). This is demonstrable historical fact that anyone can see simply by looking at some maps.

          • larryjcr

            And you choose to deliberately misinterpret those ‘facts’ to suit yourself serving position. The KKK Dems went underground and remained Democrats to protect their power positions (‘sheets’ Byrd and company) while the Party was hijacked by the McGovern Socialists and moved radically Left. The Republican Party stayed were it was all along. Republicans voted almost universally for the voting rights act while LBJ had to twist arms mercilessly to get a majority of Dems. When he signed it, he boasted: “The (insert n-word here) will be voting Democrat for the next three generations.”

          • COMALite J

            Wrong. Robert Byrd repented of his past ways, and demonstrated that repentance by both word and deed. He spent the rest of his life in Congress fighting for civil rights. Upon his passing, the NAACP honored him as a great force for civil rights.

            Strom Thurmond and other unrepentant Dixiecrats (the racist wing of the Southern Democrats who were the real force behind slavery, the KKK, Jim Crow, the Redeemers, the Redshirts and White League, etc.) jumped ship to the GOP after the “great betrayal” by the Northern Democrats and LBJ in passing and signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The GOP welcomed them with open arms via the Southern Strategy according to the actual spoken words of one of the main crafters of said Southern Strategy, Lee Atwater (audio of this in his own voice is on YouTube).

            The Electoral College maps are what they are. Before 1964, the core states of the Confederacy voted Democratic or other segregationist Party almost every time. Starting with 1964, those same states voted Republican or segregationist third party (such as 1968’s votes for the American Independence Party and their candidate, segregationist racist George C. Wallace), with the exception of 1972 and Jimmy Carter, and much lesser exceptions of 1992 and 1996 with fellow Southerner Governor of Arkansas Bill Clinton (and even then only a few of the Deep South states voted for him).

            No, Republicans did not vote “almost universally” on the Voting Rights Act. In the House, 23 Republicans voted Nay, 112 voted Yea, with 5 not voting. That’s about par with the then-more-numerous Democrats, with 62 voting Nay, 221 voting Yea, and 10 not voting. In the Senate, it was 2 Republican Nays to 30 Yeas and no NVs, compared to 16 Democratic Nays, 47 Yeas, and 4 NVs.

            The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is more telling. The bulk of the opposition to it in both chambers was from Southern Democrats.

            That alleged quote of LBJ’s is unproven, though he did use the N-bomb in private. He did say that by passing and signing the Civil Rights Act, the Democrats would lose the South for a generation. Turned out to be longer than that.

          • Bud

            Alabama and most Southern states voted for Democrats at the state and local levels long after they ceased voting for the Democrat/CPUSA Party in presidential elections. Even Texas had a Democrat governor (remember Ma Richards?) and legislature up until around the year 2000.
            The Democrat/CPUSA Party filibustered the Civil Rights laws which were passed in the ’60s, and a higher percentage of congressional Republicans than Democrats voted for their passage.
            Get a clue, comrade.

          • COMALite J

            Texas only voted for Anne “Ma” Richards because Clayton Williams opened his yap right before the election with a rape joke (back when even Republicans still had some standards). Had he not made that joke which took less than ten seconds to tell, he would almost certainly have become Governor. Had that happened, he would’ve been the incumbent in the following election, and unless he messed up really badly as Governor, it’s very unlikely that the Texas State GOP would’ve run anyone against him, such as, oh, say, George W. Bush.

            Had Clayton not made that joke, George W. Bush would never even have become Governor of Texas, and without that, would never have been taken seriously as a candidate for President no matter who his father was. Who knows what all would be different? Whoever became President instead (McCain?) would almost certainly have given better credence to the intelligence reports about Al Qaeda, thus thwarting the 9/11 attacks, and even if those still happened, would almost certainly not have wasted so much of our blood and treasure in a fruitless attack on Iraq who had nothing to do with those attacks. All of that might have been avoided had Clayton not spoken those dozen-or-so words. But I digress…

            As for the Civil Rights Act, yes, more Democrats in Congress voted for that, but it was the racist southern Democrats (aka “Dixiexcrats”) who filibustered it in the Senate and voted against it in both the House and Senate. The Northern Democrats were already becoming more progressive, which is how we got FDR as a progressive Democrat when his uncle Teddy was a progressive Republican. Most of them voted in favor of the Civil Rights Act — enough to skew the numbers.

            Two of the leaders of the filibuster were Strom Thurmond and Robert Byrd. Byrd remained a Democrat, but changed his ways and became a strong force in favor of civil rights legislation, and was praised and honored by the NAACP at his passing. Thurmond did not repent, and switched to the GOP, as did most of the other unrepentant Dixiecrats.

            And quit using “Democrat/CPUSA Party.” That’s hogwash. The Communist Party USA is a different organization entirely from the Democratic Party.

          • David Bagdasarian

            Johnson’s comment to his party elites, “We must pass the ERA, if we do, we’ll own these BB’s for the next century, guess what

          • larryjcr

            Agreed on by ‘historians’ of the political Left? There was no ‘switch’. The Republicans stayed where they were. The KKK Dems went underground to protect their political positions (‘Sheets’ Byrd and company) while their party was taken over by the McGovern Marxists.

          • Bud

            You could have saved time and your post would have been as meaningful if you had just typed BLAH BLAH BLAH.

          • lujotu

            Is that why everyone wants to live there?

          • David Bagdasarian

            Slavery was NEVER OUTLAWED by the democratic party and has never gone away it is now just called WELFARE!

          • COMALite J

            Slavery (or, rather, involuntary servitude) does still exist, but due to Republicans through the for-profit prison-industrial complex, combined with laws passed in conservative jurisdictions that punish crimes committed by blacks more severely than those committed by whites, to put blacks in that system.

            Example: cocaine and crack are chemically the same drug. But blacks are more likely to use crack, while whites are more likely to use powder cocaine. Guess which gets punished with hard prison time instead of fines and rehab?

          • Bud

            Crack is much more highly addictive than regular cocaine, comrade. That is why it was assessed higher penalties. Everyone with any common sense knows that.

          • COMALite J

            That was just one example. Even when it’s the same exact crime, blacks tend to be given prison time much more so than whites. Cannabis possession, for instance. Cannabis isn’t even physically addicting (in the sense of having physical withdrawal symptoms).

            My point was that the for-profit Prison-Industrial Complex in conjunction with racist governments especially in the South have used the loophole in the Thirteenth Amendment to enslave blacks again, for profit.

            People on your side complain about illegal aliens taking their jobs. Much of the loss of low-skilled jobs such as manufacturing jobs is because of this, though. Why hire people whom you have to pay decent wages and benefits when you can get practically free prison labor via the Prison-Industrial Complex?

          • Taber McLaurin

            You are an idiot! Ooze your way back into the sewer where you came from and where you belong!

          • COMALite J

            Resorting to insults instead of refuting an argument constitutes an implied concession of complete and utter defeat. Shall I accept your implied concession, or would you like to at least attempt to actually refute what I said?

          • Taber McLaurin

            There is nothing to refute. First, Republicans did not create the sentencing guidelines you mentioned, that was under BILL CLINTON! Your entire premise is based on nothing more than a commonly parroted lie. You and your ilk do nothing more than attempt to distract from the truth that the reason that there are more blacks in prison, is that they commit more violent crime, A LOT more violent crime. Most of the people that you talk about serving long terms for crack vs powder cocaine is due to the overly lenient justice system pleading down violent criminal actions by drug dealers to simple possession. I stand by my statement, you are a lying idiot and a complete fool. Get some damn facts before you start posting nonsense designed to virtue signal your moral superiority to your fellow morons!

          • COMALite J

            I wasn’t talking about violent crimes. I was talking about things like drug possession.

            Getting into why blacks commit (or get caught for) more violent crimes would be a major digression from this thread. Find a Disqus forum thread on that subject and tell me where it is and I’ll meet you there, okay?

          • Taber McLaurin

            The problem here is that you are not actually seeing the problem. Most of the “possession” cases of which you speak, are not simple possession at all. No one goes to jail very often for simple possession, in fact, such a thing is actually extremely uncommon. What you are calling possession is those cases that were plead down through plea bargaining from weapons and trafficking charges that were negotiated down and jail sentences were part of the bargain. You like as with so many others choose not to see the facts. They are not in jail because of their race, and they are not in jail for possession. They are in jail for a crime that if they had suffered the penalty for their true crime would have kept them incarcerated far longer. LEARN THE DAMN TRUTH! Stop posting propaganda that does not tell the true story.

          • COMALite J

            Like I said, please find another Disqus thread to continue this discussion in and let me know where to meet you. Continuing it here would violate the forum rules.

            I was talking about the for-profit prison system (Prison-Industrial Complex), and how it operates as an end run around the Thirteenth Amendment. Not just for blacks. Poorer whites, too, get caught up in it. These prisons provide incentive to states and local jurisdictions to increase sentencings of the sorts of crimes that minorities and poorer socioeconomic classes in general, but not the wealthy, tend to commit.

            If you added up every theft committed by every minority or poor person in the entire USA over a several-year period, then compared the actual financial harm done by those to the harm done by one white-color billionaire participant in the 2008 financial crash, or the S&L scandal a couple decades previously, or the Enron fiasco, etc. etc. etc., it wouldn’t even be close. Yet those people rarely even get punished (Bernie Madoff being a notable exception).

          • Taber McLaurin

            You are deeply committed to your communist cause! That makes you an enemy of the United States which makes you a TRAITOR and a fool! You want to meet me? Fine, lets meet halfway and I will at that point attempt to impart to you, lessons in logic, reason, and FACT, none of which seem to have any meaning to you. The problem with creatures such as you, is that you take a challenge of fact and twist it to be insult because it suits you to play the victim. So far you have spoken not one word of actual truth, only the words of a LIAR! Bring it little soldier and let us see how your false courage stands up in the real world!

          • COMALite J

            Name one time that I have posted a personal insult to you or anyone else in this forum. I treat people here with respect, even those with whom I strongly disagree.

            You, on the other hand, just posted, and I copy-paste quote:

            The problem with creatures such as you, is that you take a challenge of fact and twist it to be insult because it suits you to play the victim.

            Leaving aside the further insult of “creatures such as” me, let’s focus on the, “… is that you take a challenge of fact and twist it to be insult because it suits you to play the victim.”

            Here is your very first Reply to me in this thread, again copy-paste quoth you:

            You are an idiot! Ooze your way back into the sewer where you came from and where you belong!

            What “challenge of fact” is in those words? Your very first communication with me was to call me “an idiot,” which is very plainly an insult, not a challenge of fact. The followup about me “ooz[ing my] way back to the sewer where [I] came from and where [I] belong” is an additional insult, again not any sort of challenge of fact. You didn’t even mention any statement of fact that I had typed in the comment of mine to which you Replied (which wasn’t even addressed to you). You jumped into the middle of a conversation between @david_bagdasarian:disqus and me and immediately started in with insults without even so much as mentioning the basic topic that David and I were discussing.

            When have I espoused communism in this thread? Please copy-paste actual words of mine from this thread in which I did so.

            The word “traitor” means one who commits treason. The crime of treason is the only crime actually defined in the U.S. Constitution (Article III §3), and it’s defined only as levying war against the United States, or adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort. I have not done either of those things.

            Logic? Do you even know what logic is? Logic isn’t, “that sounds logical to me.” Logic is a rigorous mathematical discipline, and when both valid and sound, it’s 100% reliable in determining truth. My lifelong career depends on logic, and I took logic courses in college and know it quite well.

            Let’s do a quick very easy Logic 101-level exercise to see just how much you know about logic. The following are four logical propositions in standard logic notation. Anywhere from zero through four of them are fallacies. Conversely, anywhere from zero through four of them are valid logic, which, if also sound, would be 100% reliable. Maybe all four of them are valid. Maybe all four are fallacious. Maybe one is valid and three are fallacies, or vice-versa. Maybe there are two of each.

            Not only must you tell me how many are each, and which one(s) (if any) are each, but for each, you must name the official logical name of the logical fallacy or valid logical propositional structure shown, and give a plain English example that clearly demonstrates why the particular formula is valid or fallacious.

            Any first-year logic student could do this with ease, in less than two minutes (most of that time spent in typing out the full names and the requested plain English examples), without having to look anything up.

            Here ya go:

            • 𝑷 → 𝑸; 𝑷 ∴ 𝑸
            • 𝑷 → 𝑸; ¬𝑷 ∴ ¬𝑸
            • 𝑷 → 𝑸; 𝑸 ∴ 𝑷
            • 𝑷 → 𝑸; ¬𝑸 ∴ ¬𝑷

            Again: which of those (if any) are examples of valid logic, and which (if any) are examples of logical fallacies? Name the valid logic structure or fallacy for each, using its full official name as understood by students of logic. For each, provide a plain English example that not only clearly demonstrates the particular logic used (whether valid or fallacious), but also shows why it’s valid or fallacious. Do all of this using only the knowledge about logic that you already have, off the top of your head. If you have to look anything up, either in books or online or asking a friend, you fail the challenge.

            One more very easy challenge: what’s the difference between logic being “valid” vs. “invalid” as opposed to “sound” vs. “unsound”? Please give examples of a logical statement that is both valid and sound, one that is valid yet unsound, one that is invalid yet sound, and one that is both invalid and unsound, and explain why each is which. (The other challenge above is a big hint in and of itself.)

          • David Bagdasarian

            Your liberal and socialist leanings are the ooze to which he speaks, as with ALL LIBS you cannot take criticism and are therefore less than human. Troll,

          • COMALite J

            I take criticism just fine. Insults ≠ criticism. Got any actual criticism of any of my actual points raised?

          • Radical_Left

            COMALite: It is alleged you had carnal knowledge of my goat Natasha. You must first marry her in the Shrine of Nanny, then you may beat her until she does your biffing.

          • Radical_Left

            COMALite: Slavery is a good thing so long as it is not us who are the slaves. Right comrade?

          • Radical_Left

            That’s why I love it here. We will tear down the whole country and build Mosques on every block. California will be full of camels and goats.

        • A marcus Young

          You have been watching ABC havent you?

        • Linda

          this success status in the numbers comes via hollywood, silicon v. (the very rich) and the slave labor of illegal immigrants. born and raised here, 25 years in AK, and now back for a very short sprint for an ailing mother.

        • rgeiken

          Then why are so many people moving out to Texas and other states. I lived in California for about 20 years, and was transferred to Phoenix Arizona with my Company Sperry later to be Honeywell in 1982 and retired from Honeywell in 1993. I became very comfortable in Phoenix and had no desire to return to California where I had lived for 20 years.

        • Will Rival

          Nobody denies they produce, the problem lays with their spending. Economics 101.

          • Wyn Paul Williams

            Nope that is all good, they use less per capita in welfare then most states in the US, they pay WAY more into the federal budget then they take out, way way more then any other state in the union, quality of life is high, medical coverage is high, employment is high. I guess you really have no idea about their economy – they also are down about number 42 in use of federal aid, the top ten in everything from opioid addiction, welfare use per capita (it means per person…) federal aid reliance, teen pregnancy, divorce and prostitution etc are ALL red states.

        • David Bagdasarian

          and the largest welfare state in the union and has been since before the space cadet took over, hell his father was more of an American than this slimy weasel. Thank the good lord I and my wife were smart enough to leave that cesspool as soon as we could. I even hate going back for visits with my relatives.

          • COMALite J

            Actually, California and most of the other “blue” states (New Mexico being a notable exception) pay more in federal taxes than they get back in federal government services and funding. The reverse is true for most “red” states (Texas and Kansas being notable exceptions, but then again they have considerable natural resources) — they get back more in federal funding than they pay in federal taxes.

            As of 2016, the top ten most federally dependent states are as follows (dollar amount is amount received in funding per dollar paid in taxes [$1.00 would be breaking even, > $1 means taking more than paying, < $1 means paying more than taking], while percentage amount is how much of the state’s total revenue comes from federal funding — order is an overall weighted ranking combining these two figures plus one other [share of federal jobs] — source: WalletHub™):

            • Mississippi ($2.01, 42.89%)
            • New Mexico ($2.44, 36.57%)
            • Alabama ($2.61, 36.15%)
            • Louisiana ($0.69, 41.94%)
            • Tennessee ($1.28, 39.49%)
            • Montana ($1.38, 37.42%)
            • Kentucky ($2.37, 35.10%)
            • West Virginia ($2.14, 34.14%)
            • Missouri ($0.73, 38.21%)

            The bottom ten least federally dependent states (same methodology) are:
            • Delaware ($0.32, 24.75%)
            • Connecticut ($1.13, 23.38%)
            • New Jersey ($0.42, 25.54%)
            • Kansas ($0.57, 24.85%) ← this one surprises me
            • California ($0.67, 24.96%)
            • Illinois ($0.48, 25.89%)
            • Nevada ($0.89, 24.95%)
            • Minnesota ($0.62, 26.38%)
            • New Hampshire ($0.78, 27.07%)
            • New York ($0.58, 28.01%)

            California is thus pretty much the opposite of a “welfare state” by these measures.

            In terms of raw federal spending received by the state (regardless of cause) per dollar spent in federal taxes, Mississippi is again #1 at a whopping $4.70, with New Mexico at #2 with $4.26, and West Virginia at #3 with $4.23. After that it goes down more drastically: #4 is Hawaii at $3.41, South Carolina is #5 at $3.05, and Alabama is #6 at $3.02. Texas is way down the list but still a net “taker” at $1.09. It’s the least “takey” of the “taker” states. Below Texas on this list, the amounts drop below $1, meaning that the states pay more in taxes than they get back in federal revenue.

            Again, the bottom of the list is Delaware at only $0.50 (meaning they pay twice as much in federal taxes as they get back, as compared to Mississippi who gets back close to quintuple what they pay in federal taxes, or Alabama who gets back slightly over triple what they pay in federal taxes). California is admittedly a few places higher up than Texas is on this list at $1.18.

          • David Bagdasarian

            Yeah, Right. Proof?!?

          • COMALite J

            Did you even read my comment? I posted figures to the ¢ and hundreths of a % accuracy, and named the source (WalletHub, a well respected finiancial website). I’d post a link if it wasn’t against OANN forum rules to post links and URLs.

      • Robert Adams

        “Good on you…”? is that a local idiom? S/b “Good for you…”

      • A marcus Young

        If you ignore your extreme left Representatives and start contacting Other Staes representatives to report fraudulent elections, you might be able to secure Federal control over California’s elections. We all know illegal immigrants are voting in sanctuary state’s.

        • littlepeaks

          I think I read some place that Los Angeles has more registered voters than residents.

          • susan ziggy

            tRUE. la HAD 140% MORE VOTES THAN REGISTERED VOTERS, SAME IN ALL WEST COAST CITIES. state had 2,5 million more votes than voters, 3.5 million nationwide.

          • COMALite J

            Where are you getting those figures?

      • David Bagdasarian

        Which is why I and the wife LEFT! Just wish our two daughters would, one’s looking but the other not a chance.

    • Brandon

      The accusers have 2 pieces of “evidence” The yearbook Moore allegedly signed and they say he was banned from the mall. However, the arts of the yearbook signature that identify it as belonging to Moore are written in a different color of ink and the accuser won’t release the book for examination to determine if it is real evidence. Also, the “mall claim” was said by Snopes to be unproven as there are no records that say Moore was banned. In short, the allegations are just claims and saying they are true is simply fake news. Meanwhile, the Washington Post defends Al Franken when there are irrefutable pieces of evidence against him. A republican with unproven allegations is basically the devil according to the media but a democrat with proven allegations is just fine.

      • a voice of concern

        The forged signature actually includes his Sec initials of DA and they thought it meant District Attorney so they included it. He didn’t have this sec until 25 years after the year book was issued.

        • Larry Blair

          Actually I believe he was an Assistant District Attorney at the time.

          • Tim maher

            That being the case wouldn’t his Initials be “ADA” and NOT “DA”?

          • Larry Blair

            Yes, that is one of the problems with what the media has been showing and why they want her to turn over the original yearbook.

          • TexasCoyote1

            I think he was, too. This whole incident is just too convenient to be believable. Nothing has happened that’s fresher than 40 years ago. Non-event.

          • COMALite J

            I think the correct title was Deputy District Attorney, who would simply use the initials “D.A.” as a title.

        • Elizabeth A. Parks

          I read that he had an assistant with those initials. But then, I also read that he was a student at the time. In any case, it’s not like with many others where the women are talking about things that happened over a period of years, showing a pattern. All allegations are 40 years old and just coming out now. I think there’s nothing there.

        • CD Ard

          The initials DA were his secretary later. Diane something. He couldn’t sign DA because he wasn’t the DA. He was assistant. Wasn’t the book signed December? Fake.

        • Linda Hawk

          Those were the initials of his assistant. As a paralegal, I have signed my boss’s signature with my initials beside the signature many times.
          That is a very common practice in a law office.

        • TexasCoyote1

          That is my understanding of how this annual signature was obtained as well. Whoever did the forgery didn’t realize that was how his secretary signed for him.

      • Bill Cape Coral

        The manager of the mall has come out and said Roy Moore was never banned from the mall, so that one is debunked. Snopes is posting it that way to try and make it look like no one knows. Snopes is also run by liberals so that explains why Snopes is once again being dishonest.

        The yearbook is a forged signature, Gloria Allred refuses to allow an expert examine the yearbook and signature because she knows it is a forgery.

        • Brandon

          true. Snopes is left leaning, but they didn’t outright lie like the Washington Compost did, they just mislead you.

          • Big Al

            They’re diffenately useless….Left wing with some strange bizarre history behind it……

          • Phil M. Kelley

            I have seen definitely misspelled before, but nothing as spectacular as that one.

          • All American

            Yes they do I have denunked many of their fables via self research.

          • CD Ard

            A lie is a lie, even if by an omission.

        • kaiju

          Snopes is definitely a worthless left wing rag. That’s what happens when you inject political bias into something. If they had stuck to the facts, I would still look there from time to time.

          • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

            snopes went out on a limb by doing a “study” on how accurate their stories were and guess what! 9 times out of ten they were truthful in reporting…I spewed water out my nose over that one…lol

        • Wyn Paul Williams

          the year book is of course real and she said she is more then happy for any police or FBI expert to examine it

          • Judi Null

            Please give me your research reference where you found this information. I have not heard the accuser speak again and everything I have found states that Allred will only release it during a Senate Committee.

          • Wyn Paul Williams

            release it if one is agreed to to an independent expert provided by fbi/police although very worthy of note is that it has already been examined via a high quality copy against one provided by somebody who worked with him at the time and they are the same and the initials, the year book is pretty irrelevant though since court records back her, she told people at the time and her friends at the time confirm her story plus she has repeated the same story through the years but never had the opportunity to put it out so publicly, hell of lot of witness including police officer have come forward, it was the police officers job to keep him away from cheerleaders at school sports games, he was banned from the mall for perving outside girls toilets and so on and so forth, they are trying to trick you into thinking hey it all comes down to a year book when it doesn’t at all and the collective evidence is overwhelming, the guy is pure scum

          • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

            wow, you just live for gossip I guess

          • kaiju

            The yearbook is not irrelevant, in fact it’s probably the best evidence I’ve seen in Moore’s defense. It’s an obvious crappy forgery and you know it. People with real stories don’t hand you forged evidence to prove it. Where are all these witnesses you talk about and what are their names? Why don’t we see them on the news every night telling their story?

          • MICHAEL HALUSKA

            You’re confusing “unfounded allegations” with “evidence”. Let me help you out – Hillary Clinton signing the Uranium One deal is EVIDENCE. The Clinton Foundatio getting $150,000,000 shortly after is EVIDENCE. Got the distinction now?

          • Wyn Paul Williams

            nope they are in no way unfounded, in fact there are over 30 people who corroborate the allegations as well as court and other records, Uranium one is a distraction and irrelevant to Moore being a child molester but as for your Clinton already debunked a 100 times nonsense HC did not ‘sign’ the uranium one deal she was in one of 9 different departments on a board with lots of department heads and had no say in the final outcome no power to approve or veto it and it was also approved before that by two different regulatory commissions and most of the donations came from somebody who sold there stake in the Russian company years before the rest only had tenuous connections at best and the donations to not match the approval timeline… the Clinton foundation is not something they make money from and all its books and donations are open, trumps foundation just got closed down for fraud for funneling the money to him and his companies.

          • kaiju

            Sorry, but I’m not going to let a troll like you go unopposed. You didn’t answer the question of where are all these supposed witnesses. You lied about Allred offering the yearbook to be examined.

            We all know how the Uranium One deal worked. Bill and Hill got the bribe money through outrageous speaking fees and huge donations by the Russians to the Clinton foundation. All the players got their pockets lined in that deal. Not to mention that the Russians got control of American uranium.

            About time you go somewhere else to spread your lies.

          • MICHAEL HALUSKA

            The Clinton Foundation is nothing more than a money laundering operation that converts bribes into “contributions” – pull your head out of your ass and stop being a Clinton sycophant!

          • COMALite J

            What evidence do you have for that accusation? The Clinton Foundation’s books are fully open and have been thoroughly investigated and no wrongdoing was found.

          • MICHAEL HALUSKA

            Is that why all of the major “donors” like Saudi Arabia, Russia, China, etc. pulled their funds immediately after Hillary lost the election? PLEASE!!!

          • Wyn Paul Williams

            except the clinton foundation has opened books, donates all the money to charities and the money can be traced, the trump foundation has been ordered closed for stealing the money by directing it to trump businesses and properties and using it to buy things for the trumps personally. These are things very very easy for you to check…

          • Robert Ivey

            Well thats funny she didn’t sign it. Also you might want to check your facts they got the money 141 million 3 years earlier from a Canadian who owned the Company prior to the Russians buying it.

          • CW Cressler

            Nope, police officer says “she heard” he was supposed to be kept away from cheerleaders and that EVERYTHING she said was entirely based on “rumors”. There never was a single complaint of any kind filed against Moore, ever. Sorry, whacko, there is NO “collective evidence” whatsoever. You are pure scum for spreading collective lies.

          • TexasCoyote1

            I don’t know where you are getting this stuff–probably mainstream media that is only too happy to secure the election of Doug Jones. The problem is Doug Jones is a liberal Democrat who does not represent the interests of the good people of Alabama.

            Judge Moore will win the election. The real issues will be forcing the State to certify the election and the US Senate to seat a duly-elected representative even though they don’t want a moral individual in their midst that they can’t control or blackmail.

          • Econigs

            Earth to Judi— She knows there will never be a Senate Committee (statute of limitations) so in fact she is refusing to turn over the yearbook. Sorry, folks, I had to dumb this down for Judi.

          • kaiju

            BS Alert!!! It’s a real yearbook alright with forged information in it. It’s an obvious sloppy forgery at that. You’d think Mitch could bribe somebody do better than that.
            She will not allow the yearbook to be examined, because the picture that’s out there of the supposed Moore note and signature, has several glaring mistakes in it.

          • TexasCoyote1

            It could be that McConnell assumed that by spending $30 million in support of Luther Strange, he would defeat Judge Roy Moore. When Moore won anyway, the Republican Establishment didn’t have a lot of time to put this little comedy together. That could account for how sloppy the evidence is.

          • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

            only her “lawyer” will not hand it over.

          • larryjcr

            Flat LIE. Allred has flatly refused to release the book except to a ‘Senate investigating committee”, knowing full well that, until he’s elected, the Senate has no authority to investigate Moore.

          • David Bagdasarian

            You are one kind of special stupid, I’ll bet you even take bill and killaries word for everything

        • COMALite J

          From what I read, the mall manager said no such thing. He said that they don’t have records dating back that far (the 1970s, four decades ago) on who was and who was not banned. That is not the same thing as saying that Moore was definitively not banned.

          If you know of him saying that, when and to whom did he say it? And what is the mall manager’s name? Where is this reported?

      • Liberius Lucanus

        I have found different items with snoopes to be factually wrong just like wikipedia does on a lot of their entries but I like others do appreciate the information.

        • All American

          Oh yes Wikipedia too.

        • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

          wiki is not a “site that does research and proves/disproves a report”. It is made up of many entries from people with a bit of knowledge about a subject.

          • Liberius Lucanus

            Or total garbage that is made up.

          • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

            regretfully, that happens a lot.

      • Diane Coto

        The accuser won’t release the book because it would prove them to be the liars they are.

      • Bob

        I’m so glad I just looked it up on Snopes and then doubled checked it through google, the new yorker, etc. hmmm they do say that but then both ‘positions’ are confirmed by witnesses… if he is elected I would hope it’s not found out to be true later. If that was my daughter…

        • All American

          No worries there

        • CD Ard

          No witnesses to anything.

        • SOLIPSISM = LIBERAL MINDSET

          bet you flirted with younger girls growing up or they flirted with you, so doubt if this story is truthful in that he “went too far.”

      • All American

        It all speaks for itself doesn’t it to leaders… not followers⬇️

      • Phil M. Kelley

        Anything Gloria Allred is mixed up in has to be hinky. She is almost as bad as Sharpton.

      • seawulf

        The yearbook is even more suspect since the signature of Roy Moore had “D.A.” after it. that is exactly what is written on Nelson’s divorce papers and the D.A. is the initials of her witness, Deborah Adams. As expected, when you start really looking at the stories and claims of these supposed victims, they fall apart. Just like liberal thinking…when you apply facts it no longer makes sense.

        • Econigs

          Those pesky facts always get in the way of their liberal narrative.

      • Wyn Paul Williams

        eight different accusers, well over 30 confirming witnesses including police officers

        • kaiju

          You can buy a lot of people for less than 30million, including cops.

        • TexasCoyote1

          I haven’t found any witnesses confirming anything any of the accusers have said. In fact, there are numerous people saying none of the accusers have reliable. Relatives have come forward saying they are lying and former boyfriends as well.

          • COMALite J

            Can you name some of these relatives and former boyfriends?

          • TexasCoyote1

            Darrel Nelson, stepson of Beverly Young Nelson has said on video she is lying. Jeff DeVine, former boyfriend also contends Beverly Nelson is lying.

            Additionally, Deborah Gibson worked on Hillary’s campaign.

        • David Bagdasarian

          Wyn would you like to provide some VERIFIABLE evidence or are you just spewing fecal matter?

          • Wyn Paul Williams

            ? WTF are you talking about? over 30 people have come forward, spend 1 minute researching it it has been over every virtually every channel, unless of course you just check propaganda from fakenews woops i mean foxnews

      • Tyrone Jackson

        Liberal (double) standards:
        – Republicans are guilty until proven innocent
        – Democrats are innocent until proven gulity and then ‘what difference does it make anyway’
        .

    • kaiju

      Agree with you Tigerfan, OANN is a great forum to get the truth out. I’m convinced Bi-itch McConman is behind this smear campaign against Moore. I don’t want him or any other Swamp rat interfering in a state election. It infuriates me that he spent $30 million plus trying to knock out Moore in the primary.

      • Tim maher

        I think the voters are beginning to wise up. Hillary tried to buy the presidency but it didn’t work. President Trump spent far less money and won. The people of Alabama didn’t let McConnell buy that election. Yeah for the voters! MAGA.

      • TexasCoyote1

        I think that’s why the evidence is so poorly put together. McTurtle thought spending $30 million would ensure Luther Strange’s election. When it didn’t, there wasn’t a lot of time to put together a smear campaign. Rarely does a party’s own candidate draw so much heat–usually they try to get them elected instead.

        It all makes me believe Roy Moore is a really good man.

    • Tim maher

      Good for you guys in Alabama. You are being a great example for people across the country. We can’t let the socialist Antifa democrats seize power through their slanderous lies. We all need to concentrate on electing people who will help President Trump accomplish what we elected him to do.

    • All American

      EXactly why I proudly display the One American News Network bumper sticker on my truck🇺🇸

    • DocHolliday

      Amen. Chalk up another win for the Right.

    • Wyn Paul Williams

      the only truth is that the people of Alabama apparently have no problem supporting a child molester who sexually assaulted a 14 year old child and who stole from his own charity

      • Moose Colley

        It’s the representation these fools deserve.

        • kaiju

          We may not have the best money can buy, but we’ll keep the ones we voted for.

        • TexasCoyote1

          That’s far preferable to having a liberal Democrat in the Senate who everyone knows will not support President Trump’s agenda. The election of Roy Moore goes far beyond this one man. There is an entire ideology at stake here, and most of us know it.

          • COMALite J

            So, in your view, even if Moore were guilty of what he’s been accused of (not saying he is, but even if he is) which would in fact qualify as outright child molestation under the law, that would be a lesser evil than voting for a Democrat?

            What, exactly, about President Trump’s agenda is so important as to be worth having to explain to your children why you would willingly and knowingly vote for a child molester?

          • TexasCoyote1

            President Trump is trying to turn back the tide of liberal progressive communist legislation that has given us the first step toward government controlled healthcare. Read Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.” Almost all the areas he states are important for government to put communism in place have been accomplished.

            It’s up to us and President Trump and a person like Judge Roy Moore to begin to flush out of Congress those who would install communism in the US. I do not believe Judge Moore committed any incidence of child molestation whatsoever, but if he did, the past 40 years of his life appear to be quite clear of any such infractions. The smear on Judge Moore is actually being carried out by the Republican Establishment who fears someone of Judge Moore’s Christian convictions. He will not stand by and just let them commit the pedophilia and sexual abuse that appears to be rampant in our current Congress. He will do something about it, and the swamp creatures don’t want to stop their evil ways.

            So, I guess the answer to your question is “yes” I would rather vote for Judge Moore and take a chance that he is the good man I believe him to be than vote for Doug Jones that I know is a liberal democrat who will never represent my worldview.

      • kaiju

        Your right. There were several that voted for Bill Clinton, but most Alabamians are Republicans.

      • TexasCoyote1

        You really need to find a better source. You have no facts and even much of your misinformation has been debunked and proved to be false.

        Why in the world would the people of Alabama want a liberal Democrat representing them? He has about as much in common with the people of Alabama has Maxine Waters.

        Judge Moore all the way. There are 3 hurdles to get over–the election by the people is just the first of the 3.

    • Tyrone Jackson

      Thank you, i still believe that Moore is innocent until proven guilty, if I listened only to the lame stream media, i’d swear i was the only one with that belief.

    • Letmesay

      We need that conservative seat, Alabama. Let’s see it happen in December.

  • Recapitate

    Innocent until proven guilty. PERIOD.
    Bravo Alabama!

    • Klade Dayton

      BEWARE, Alabama! BEWARE!

      Soros and the liberal coastal elites will stop at NOTHING to rig this election. What they did to New Hampshire, they will try their darndest to do to you.

      Guard your ballot boxes as if your lives depended on them. Because they do.

    • COMALite J

      “Presumed innocent unless / until proven guilty” applies to criminal court cases only. It does not apply to worthiness to hold public office. It doesn’t even apply in civil court cases (lawsuits), where the terms “innocent” or “guilty” don’t really apply (civil courts deal with liability, not guilt nor innocence).

  • Scott Lyddon

    Good! I hope Moore wins. I don’t know if the charges are true or not. But if I lived in Alabama I would vote for him over the democrat. What he did or didn’t do 40 freaking years ago is really not relevant to me. I already know what Jones would do if elected. He’d oppose anything Trump wanted to do.