Two days ago, Donald Trump endorsed Moore in his US Senate race against an Alabama Democrat. This Moore.
And why, pray tell, does anyone anywhere believe he doesn't belong in Mitch McConnell's Republican caucus in the U.S. Senate?
Guys.... I'm starting to think this Roy Moore is not such a nice person.
publishermike TPM Moderator
Good for you, Roy Moore. When you arrive in the Senate, you will be the most Republican of the Republicans.
Make Mitch McConnell own the pile of shit that he has created.
Shorter Moore: "Jewish Jewey Jew Jews Jewishly!"
Rapey Roy is about as subtle as an unflushed toilet.
My older daughter, left in photo, married a Jewish man, and later she converted to Judaism. She had not up to then belonged to any religion. They have two lovely daughters.
Because I am 1/8th Jew through my Polish great grandfather, my daughter is 1/16 Jew, by blood. Her and her husband's children are a little more than 1/2 Jew, therefore.
As far as I know, their children do not practice any religion.
Nor do I, other than I do my best each day to try to stay in God's good graces.
According to every Christian evangelist I have known, my daughter, her husband, their children and I are going to hell when we die.
That's what Roy Moore believes. That anyone not, by his definition, saved by Jesus, is going to hell when they die.
That's the Roy Moore Donald Trump is backing in Alabama, because he wants a Republican elected, instead of this Democrat below.
|United States Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama|
September 8, 1997 – January 20, 2001
|Preceded by||Claude Harris Jr.|
|Succeeded by||Alice Martin|
|Born||Gordon Douglas Jones|
May 4, 1954
Fairfield, Alabama, U.S.
|Education||University of Alabama (BS)|
Samford University (JD)
Doug Jones (attorney)
Gordon Douglas "Doug" Jones (born May 4, 1954) is an American attorney, prosecutor, and politician. Jones served as the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, and is known for prosecuting the remaining two Ku Klux Klan perpetrators of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing which killed four African-American girls, along with securing an indictment against the Olympic Park Bomber.
Jones is the Democratic nominee in the U.S. Senate special election in Alabama against Republican nominee Roy Moore, which is scheduled for December 12, 2017.
Yesterday,fishing for Jewish sympathy and votes and money, President Trump declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel. Right, capital, instead of capitol, which is the correct word for a center of government not yet usurped by das capital.
A country, Israel, going in masse to hell, according to Trump's Alabama Republican U.S. Senate candidate, Roy Moore.
Trump and Moore are today's Republican Party by virtue of Republicans not denouncing them both.
Republicans, who did not denounce Trump and Moore, will be really surprised when their roll is called up yonder and they are shown what they did not, or would not, see and act upon before they left their physical bodies, and their money, and everything else they held dear, including their Republican Party and Christian beliefs.
No point going after the Democrats if you are a Republican trying to divert attention away from you backing Trump and/or Moore, who view Doug Jones as an agent of the Devil, who loves Trump and Moore a tad more than Jones.
Text of my email yesterday to the born again Christian lifelong Republican mentioned in yesterday's post at this website, who cannot stand Donald Trump or Roy Moore:
“He is the great divider in chief,” the pastor said. “He hates everybody except the white supremacists.”
A good friend of mine, well-respected in Key West and throughout the Florida Keys, told me yesterday that Trump's modus operandi is to get as many different people and groups entwined with him as possible, to protect him if he is prosecuted, and to stick with him in all events, because they fear, if he goes down, they will go down with him.
I told my friend that he is right, and that all along what Trump is after is more fame and more money for Trump. He could care less about the people who have latched onto him politically, who see him as a means to getting what they want for themselves.