posted on Jul, 15 2020 @ 05:35 AM
a reply to: carewemust
Alabama has a hell of a lot of elections. I remember President Trump endorsing that guy (Ray Moore) who was accused of groping an underage
girl. Wasn't that Alabama, just 2 years ago? What was that seat...Congressman, Governor?
Moore, and it was the interim election to replace Sessions after he was promoted to head DoJ chair polisher. Those allegations,
incidentally, disappeared after the election, exactly as I and Judge Roy both predicted. They were a bunch of DNC-inspired hogwash to start with.
The only reason I didn't support Judge Roy this time around was that last time, he quit. Doug Jones didn't win; Judge Roy lost. The last couple of
days immediately prior to the election, the radio was ringing off the damn dash with Jones ads, but nary the sound of "Vote Judge Roy" in earshot. So
of course Jones pulled it off... after the entire financial might of the DNC smear machine in overdrive for months and a concession of silence by the
accused, that's a no-brainer.
I voted Tuberville in the Primary, mainly because it was a race between him (the unknown), Sessions (the let-down), and Judge Roy (the quitter). Since
then, I have a concern about Tuberville: he seems to be a state-hopper. I want an Alabama Senator who does for Alabama, not just a Republican rubber
stamp. Even Trump can get it wrong sometimes.
So, choosing between a known let-down artist and a potential state-jumping rubber stamp, it all came down to who Trump asked for. I know he's done an
overall great job, so when I'm that close his recommendation is enough.
Now the real battle begins... I would have thrown my support behind Sessions had he won, despite everything he hasn't done. The real battle is to get
that lying, elitist, leftist excuse for an intelligent lifeform named Doug Jones out of the state... well, starting with out of office, we'll talk
about his upcoming lynching in good time.
If he's smart, he'll just move on up to New York and keep using his tongue to polish Schumer's shoes... maybe he can get room and board that way. We
don't want his happy little hiney stinkin' up our state.