We’ve been working hard over the last few weeks to cover the truth of the now infamous Roy Moore scandal, as we’ve always stood behind and supported the Judge.
Several details of the recent allegations made against Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore have arisen that seem to be inconsistent and suspicious. So, while maintaining that the acts Moore has been accused of themselves are completely unbecoming to his character and wrong, we have made the stand that we believe his side of the story and will continue to defend him.
Well, despite the barrage of negative media coverage and betrayal from his own party, it looks like the people of Alabama feel the same way!
Here’s some good news from the Moore campaign:
Continued Fundraising Success-Without RNC Support
Breitbart reported this week that as the race nears to a close (Alabama voters go to the polls on December 12th) the Moore campaign seems to be largely unaffected by the media’s attempt to slander his name.
Moore campaign chair Rich Hobson, speaking to local ABC anchor Lauren Walsh, said that his campaign has “raised more than $1 million in the last 10 days since the falsehoods came out.”
“And that’s without the support of the RNC,” he continued. “We continue to ask for prayers and support to get us to the finish line on December 12 when the citizens of Alabama will elect Judge Roy Moore as their next U.S. Senator.”
Success at the Polls
When the Washington Post first released their story on the women accusing Moore of sexual abuse, Moore was enjoying a double-digit lead over his opponent, Doug Jones. Although his numbers did lag after the stories first emerged, a new poll shows that he has again opened up into a healthy lead.
Alabama Today reports:
In a poll conducted by Sky Research on Tuesday Nov. 21 among registered Alabama voters, the results show Moore with 46.7 percent support to Jones’ 39.6 percent. 13.7 percent of voters polled remain undecided. With a margin of error of 3.1 percent, Moore maintains significant lead over Jones, but the undecided voters could swing the election either way.
This comes as President Trump, who had been mostly silent on this sensational story, finally spoke, endorsing Moore and dismissing the allegations:
“Let me just tell you, Roy Moore denies it. That’s all I can say. He denies it. By the way, he totally denies it,” Trump said to reporters as he was leaving Washington D.C. for the Thanksgiving holiday. “I can tell you one thing for sure, we don’t need a liberal person in there, a Democrat. I’ve looked at his record — it’s terrible on crime, it’s terrible on the border, it’s terrible on the military.”
Jones’ Agenda Speaks for Itself
And finally, one of the most telling aspects of Moore’s political stamina is the man he is running against. Doug Jones is nothing short of a radical leftist who is running against a well-loved and popular family-values candidate in the heart of the Bible belt.
HuffPo recently wrote that one of the biggest challenges of Jones’ campaign is his own party:
Now Republicans are stuck with Roy Moore, a nominee who has been accused of pursuing a number of women when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. And Democrats have a real shot at winning the Dec. 12 election with their candidate, Doug Jones ― but only, they say, if the national party stays away, or at least stays quiet.
“We see this as a race that Doug Jones is running. He’s running it with Alabama people, and it’s going to be decided by Alabama voters. We’re really not looking for outside help,” said Giles Perkins, an attorney who is chairman of the Jones campaign.
If he’s trying to tailor his views to this die-hard red state, however, he’s not doing a great job. When speaking on his views on abortion in an MSNBC interview, Jones quickly received the well-earned label of “abortion extremist.”
“I’m not in favor of anything that is going to infringe on a woman’s right and her freedom to choose,” Jones said in the interview. “That’s just the position that I’ve had for many years. It’s a position I continue to have. But I want to make sure people understand, that once a baby is born, I’m going to be there for that child. That’s where I become a right-to-lifer.”
The fact of the matter is the voters of Alabama know and love Moore and reject Doug Jones’ radical leftism. They know Moore’s record and his values and that is what they will be voting for on December 12th. Please continue to keep the Moore family and the Moore campaign in prayer as they forge ahead!