You can tell by the stories that so-called conservative Matt Drudge dislikes Roy Moore.
Drudge, both a sodomite and a Jew, may be a news aggregate website, but he decides which stories go on top of his site. The stories he’s put up have been quite negative toward Roy.
I speculate that Drudge doesn’t like anyone who’s opposed to faggotry.
This story represents a nice bit of good news for Roy.
There’s so much Roy Moore news that I’m breaking it up into multiple posts. This one focuses on the loyalty that Steve Bannon is showing toward Roy.
Bannon has his faults, but even staying loyal this long has been an act of courage by Steve. I hope he can resist the pressure to abandon Roy.
Steve Bannon is standing by Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican Senate nominee he backed in the primary earlier this year, even as the rest of the party rushes to cut ties amid a growing wave of sexual misconduct allegations against the candidate.
The former White House chief strategist has not changed his plans to campaign on Moore’s behalf and to back similarly provocative candidates in GOP primary races across the country next year, sources close to Bannon say.
Bannon also continues to believe Moore’s denials that he pursued romantic relationships with minors, and is “still with him” despite the collapse of Moore’s support nationally, a person close to Bannon told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday.
Those sources disputed a story by The Daily Beast that described Bannon as having “second thoughts about Roy Moore.”
“[The] Daily Beast clearly didn’t talk to anyone who knows Steve,” said one Bannon ally.
Bannon is slated to appear at a rally for Moore on Dec. 5, one week before Alabama voters will head to the ballot box to determine the fate of the former state supreme court justice.
But Bannon’s position is threatening to undermine his credibility as the leader of an insurgent movement heading into 2018. He cast Moore’s primary victory over incumbent Republican Sen. Luther Strange as the start of “a revolution” for America’s anti-establishment crowd, and is hoping to replicate that in other states around the country.
Those plans are at risk now, however, after one woman accused Moore of pursuing a sexual relationship with her when she was just 14, and three others said he sought to date them when they were in high school and he was in his 30s. A fifth woman, who came forward Monday, claimed Moore sexually abused her when she was barely of legal driving age.
The mounting allegations have devastated Moore’s campaign: He was cut off from the Republican National Committee on Tuesday, days after being ditched by the party’s Senate campaign arm. Numerous senators, including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have called for his withdrawal from the race. And one of his greatest allies in the media, Fox News host Sean Hannity, gave him “24 hours” late Tuesday to disprove his accusers with “satisfactory” evidence or “get out of this race.”
Bannon has stood by Moore through it all, leading a revolt unlike that which he probably imagined as he celebrated the former judge’s triumph on Sept. 26. Some Republicans are saying Bannon’s unwillingness to ditch Moore will likely hurt him among many Republicans.
“Whatever credibility Bannon originally had is disappearing rapidly,” a longtime GOP operative told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday morning, hours after a source close to Bannon said “Steve is behind [Moore] 1,000 percent.”
Loyalty can’t be bought. If Steve shows up for the Roy Moore rally on December 5, what a giant F U to the Republican establishment.
I’m really liking this meme tonight: