always a wacky local pol out there…

The Obama-Clinton Machine’s liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious and nasty round of attacks against me I’ve EVER faced!
We are are in the midst of a spiritual battle with those who want to silence our message.

So Roy Moore tweets.  He can’t decide if the enemy is Obama or Clinton.  For that matter, I have to ask: doesn’t he go ahead and throw Carter into the mix? — the Carter – Obama – Clinton Machine.

And then we get the “much ado about little” … as… wait for it…

In an interview with the Washington Examiner on Thursday, Ziegler compared it to the Biblical story of Joseph and Mary, saying “Mary was a teenager and Joseph was an adult carpenter. They became parents of Jesus.”

… though.  Hrm.  “To my recollection, slight difference,” he said. “Joseph and Mary didn’t f^. Isn’t that the whole point of that story?”

And what 30-something year old man doesn’t make moves on a 14 year old girl?

“There’s nothing to see here,” said Jim Zeigler, the state auditor and a longtime supporter of Mr. Moore. “Single man, early 30s, never been married, dating teenage girls. Never been married and he liked younger girls. According to The Washington Post account he never had sexual intercourse with any of them.”

Granted… although, One of the women, Leigh Corfman, told The Washington Post that she was 14 when Mr. Moore, 32 at the time, drove her to his home in Gadsden, Ala. He took off her shirt and touched her bra and underwear while also guiding her hand over his pants, Ms. Corfman told The Post.

But what we see is Jim Zeigler taking to the part of the story it appears that Mr. Moore has essentially confessed to… more or less.  Going after someone right below the legal age of consent… a possibility…  Don’t remember… within the range of possibilities…

“that would be out of my customary behavior.”


In a written statement quoted by the Post, Moore said “these allegations are completely false.” But if they are true, Brinson says, it would simply mean that “he went a little too far and he stopped.”

That damnable “Clinton” half (third?) of the Clinton — Obama Machine and all that legalistic wrangling on the definition of “is”?  Out the window.

So.  I suppose this sets up an exciting December election.  Do you trust the polls?

I asked two prominent Fairhope residents about how their wealthy peers would vote. One, a liberal, said his neighbors on Mobile Bay’s fashionable Eastern Shore would claim to support Mr. Jones and then secretly vote for Mr. Moore, a man they would not invite to their homes.
Another, a conservative, said “most of my Republican friends say they are going to vote for Jones” because Mr. Moore would shame the state. As to how local Republicans will finally split, he predicted half would vote for Mr. Jones and half might stay home. “That would be all right, too,” Mr. Jones told me later when I described the conversation.

On the tack of what it takes to Doug Jones is running a state-wide Senate campaign in Alabama, meaning… he’s having to distance himself from anti-neo-confederacy.  Does this piece of symbolism faux de grace matter to you, woke America?  Decide soon, or don’t… you probably don’t live in Alabama.

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