Now that the special election is over and the vote certified, it’s time to take a look back and see how Democrat Doug Jones was elected. There were three major factors which determined the outcome.
But before we discuss what this election was, let’s discuss what it wasn’t.
It wasn’t an indication of Alabamians displeasure with Trump.
It wasn’t a repudiation of Trump’s policies.
It wasn’t a message to the GOP.
It wasn’t a democratic comeback, a ‘shocker,’ ‘tsunami,’ ‘bombshell,’ or any other adjective the Liberal media chooses in describing Doug Jones’s victory.
What it was – what happened in Alabama, was dirty, liberal politics, carefully orchestrated by career politicians, or should I say government plantation owners, in Washington D.C.
Liberal leadership knows by its very political nature, and practices; “he who pays is boss, and he who receives owes.” 1
A concept Conservatives can’t seem to grasp the fundamental importance of. The Conservative mindset ignores this reality because they don’t live in perpetual debt to the government, and assumes, to their own demise, no one else would want to either. How wrong they are.
Liberals chose to go all in in Alabama because they saw a chance to defeat a weak Republican candidate in Roy Moore. Moore’s weakness was amplified at the hand of fellow Republicans. Had Mitch McConnell kept his mouth shut, and Luther Strange emerged as the Republican candidate to replace Jeff Sessions, Doug Jones wouldn’t have stood a chance, and the Liberals wouldn’t have wasted $12 Million on an election good only until November 2018.
But we all witnessed the outcome of that blunder by the GOP. It seemed the GOP couldn’t help themselves, they just had to continue to screw things up by helping. Mitch McConnell’s influence, a terrible candidate in Roy Moore, brandishing a pistol at a campaign rally and riding a horse to the polling place resulted in a total failure endorsing a total clown.
The coup d’état came at the hand, or mouth of, Senator Richard Shelby encouraging Republicans to write in a candidate rather than voting for Moore – what the hell were you thinking? That act of stupidity created an amount of write-ins almost equal to the spread between the two candidates.
A relatively new activity did come into play in the Alabama special election, and in essence may be a trial balloon, measuring potential for use in future elections nationwide. It was overlooked by most, but it was the first time I recall seeing the Washington DC media directly attacking a candidate in a state election using a story without local origin.
Most derogatory news stories about candidates originate in the state or local of the candidate, then progress to the national stage. Not so with candidate Roy Moore. The attack on Roy Moore came straight from one of the swamp’s mouthpieces – The Washington Post.
It was a brilliant plan. Riding the wave of the popularity of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse accusations, the Democrats found a way to level the same charges against an unsuspecting Roy Moore. His accusers didn’t go to any local news outlet that I’m aware of, to tell their story of sexual abuse at the hand of Roy Moore. No it went to and came directly from Washington. The Swamp.
Ironic isn’t it: the willful, two-faced lifestyles of Liberals. Harvey Weinstein, beloved Democrat, and staunch Hillary Clinton supporter, is just one of dozens of liberal party sexual degenerates whose sexual activities are overlooked, or flat out given a pass as long as they are party loyal and have some use. It would be redundant to list the names of whom I am referring to, for you know who they are.
The Democrats employed, as I mentioned in my last article, Gloria Allred to ensure Moore’s accusers would get to tell their story on the national stage.
Are their accusations true? At this point, we do not know, true or not, their accusations have already served their purpose. Roy Moore, in the eyes of enough voters in Alabama, thought he was just another Harvey Weinstein. Their 40 year old accusations against Moore cannot be proved or disproved; perfect ammunition against a weak candidate at the right time.
The second thing that happened in securing a Doug Jones victory was motivating the black vote. The responsibility of this ‘get-out-the-black-vote’ effort fell to Congresswoman Terry Sewell. Alabama’s 7th District’s representative, my representative.
Terry Sewell, a congresswoman who ignorantly stated while campaigning ‘healthcare was a right,’ secured her current seat in congress by 2 qualifications: 1, she’s a well-spoken black woman in a minority district, and 2, she was Michelle Obama’s college roommate.
She would be assisted in her efforts by $12 Million in Democratic campaign funding, most of which came from an org (hiway31.org) which by law doesn’t have to disclose its donors names until well after the election, a well-known local black celebrity in Charles Barkley, and a black senator from New Jersey, Cory Booker.
Charles Barkley is a true attention whore, who plays both sides of the fence when it comes to black politics, but is much admired by the black community and therefore influential when it comes to swaying the black vote.
Cory Booker, is just a plain political whore, who puts out exactly what and when the swamp tells him to put out. It was nauseating listening to Booker stump for Jones, babbling on about his ties to Alabama, and what he personally owed to Alabama, all of which was nonsense, but the target audience ate it up.
Congresswoman Terry Sewell assumed her role as job boss, making sure the blacks on the government plantation voted for the party who ‘pays,’ and reminded them who they ‘owe.’ They owe the political party or any politician who will protect their government subsidies. She did her job well. Doug Jones secured 98% of the black female vote and 93% of the black male vote.
In short; the second deciding factor in the outcome of the Alabama special election was the expansion, and whip cracking of the members of the government plantation.
Least you think this is exaggeration on my part, it may interest you to know as of 2017 there are more than 800,000 Alabamians receiving some form government benefits. So you tell me how likely it is the slaves on the government plantation, will voluntarily get off the government dole.
And yes, I’m well aware white people are on the government’s plantation. But as any good accountant will tell you it’s the percentages, not the numbers you need to be concerned about.
Meanwhile the white voters (and the remaining black voters) were undecided in their vote. Alabamians still being largely religious were torn between the accusations against Moore and their religious beliefs, creating a crisis of conscience. What good Christian wouldn’t be concerned about voting for an adult married man possibly guilty of making unwanted sexual advances towards teen age girls?
So there you have it.
What happened in Alabama?
1st. Dirty politics orchestrated directly from Washington. A trend that I think will continue in the future. Think of it as a political violation of states’ rights by federal media intervention.
2nd. A terrible GOP candidate.
3rd. And effective motivation of the government slave population by reminding them “he who pays is boss, and he who receives owes.”
There are those Liberals who will say I cannot prove my conclusions, even though I think they are fairly self-evident. To them, I will use one of their favorite defenses in response: “you cannot disprove them either.”
1 Colonel Boris Yakovlevich Bukov (a soviet spy in the U.S. from 1937 – 1939)