Liberal Democrat Nutjob Running For Alabama Senate Seat Against Anti-Fag Christian Roy Moore

DOUG JONES. BOILERPLATE WHITE LIBERAL.

Doug Jones will make a loyal Democrat, if elected. Odd are that Roy Moore will win in conservative Alabama, where his love of the Ten Commandments is legendary.

Free Republic

Doug Jones for U.S Senate
https://dougjonesforsenate.com/ ^ | 9/27/2017
Posted on 9/27/2017, 7:32:49 PM by mdittmar

I believe the United States of America is a land of laws, justice, freedom, equality, and opportunity.

I’ll take those values to the U.S. Senate and work hard for all the people of Alabama:

Everyone has the right to quality, affordable health care.
We must restore Alabama’s trust for its elected leaders.
I will defend a woman’s right to choose and stand with Planned Parenthood.
All children deserve a first-class education regardless of where they live.
College must be affordable without burdening a student with overwhelming debt.
I believe in science and will work to slow or reverse the impact of climate change.
It is past time we raise the minimum wage to a livable wage.
Women must be paid an equal wage for equal work at all levels.
Voter suppression is unAmerican – we must protect voting rights.
Discrimination cannot be tolerated or protected. America is best when it builds on diversity and is welcoming of the contributions of all.

Less than an hour ago, CBS News published a profile of Jones’ Republican opponent, Judge Roy Moore.

In 2003 he was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court for defying a federal order to remove a plaque of the Ten Commandments from his courthouse.

He was later re-elected to the court but was removed again last year for refusing to obey the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage.

He has called American Indians “reds” and Asian Americans “yellows.” He has called Islam a “false religion.” He’s said homosexual activity should be illegal. He reportedly said in February that the 9/11 attacks might have been punishment for America’s turning away from God.

And on Monday, he caused a stir by waving a gun during a campaign rally.

In our world of Kabuki theater, where much of what we see in the news is a psy op, Roy Moore will be a great big thumb in the eyes of the globalists. However entertaining that may be, he’s not racially aware.

Wikipedia

Campaign speech racial controversy

During a campaign speech, Moore made comments about racial division that have widely been regarded as controversial.[according to whom?] Moore decried racial divisions plaguing the United States, and paraphrased children’s Sunday School Song “Jesus Loves the Little Children”,[97] stating: “Now we have blacks and whites fighting, reds and yellows fighting, Democrats and Republicans fighting, men and women fighting. What’s going to unite us? What’s going to bring us back together? A president? A Congress? No. It’s going to be God.” Moore’s campaign responded to a request for comment about his remarks stating that the candidate was referencing a children’s song appealing for racial healing.[98][99][100]

There’s some evidence that Moore is a Zionist. The Jerusalem Post claims that Moore is a …

In 2015, he passionately opposed the US Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage would be legal nationwide, and claimed that forcing compliance with the order was similar to the Nazis forcing Germans to kill Jews during the Holocaust.

“Could I do this if I were in Nuremberg – say that I was following the orders of the highest authority to kill Jews? Could I say I was ordered to do so?” Moore said, asked whether he expected judges throughout the land to obey the law.

When a local journalist noted that the Nuremberg trials were not about gay marriage, but about killing people, Moore replied: “Is there a difference?” His wife, Kayla Moore, has made similar comparisons in recent years, including in a speech outside the Alabama State Capitol in the spring of 2016.

“There is a famous quote that I’ve read numerous times lately. When I read it you’ll know why. It’s at the US Holocaust Memorial museum,” she told a gathered crowd, calling for Christians to “stand up” against the gay-rights movement.

“It’s written by Pastor [Martin] Niemoller, about socialism and what happened to the Jews. But I’m gonna change it up just a little bit so that it’ll fit a little bit better into today and what we’re talking about,” she continued.

“First they came for the bakers. We sat back because we don’t bake cakes. Then they came for the florists. We sat back because we don’t arrange flowers. Then they came for the clerks and the judges, and we sat back because we don’t issue marriage licenses and we don’t judge. But then they came for me, and there was no one left to defend me.”

Kayla Moore was referring to cases in which conservatives Christians came under fire for refusing to work with same-sex weddings.

Steve Bannon supported Moore against his Republican opponent Luther Strange, who was backed by Trump and McConnell. The rebuke of Trump by Alabama voters in favor of populist Moore is nicely covered at Zerohedge.

Trump, in a quick about face, Tweeted:

Lesbian couple win $10,000 damages from county clerk who called them an ‘abomination’

SAMANTHA BROOKOVER AND AMANDA ABRAMOVICH.

Get with the program or get sued. That’s the message here. What about “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

Naturally, there were Jew lawyers involved in winning this cash award for the two filthy carpet munchers pictured above.

The Independent

Last year, Amanda Abramovich and Samantha Brookover headed to their county clerk’s office in West Virginia to receive a marriage license. What should have been one of the happiest days of their lives quickly took a sour turn.

A deputy clerk in Gilmer County allegedly chastised the women as she processed their marriage license, calling them an “abomination” and telling them God would “deal” with them, according to a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.

A year and a half later, the Gilmer County clerk’s office is paying Abramovich and Brookover, who have been together for seven years, $10,000 in damages and issuing them an apology, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday.

When the couple requested a marriage license they expected an eye roll or another small sign of disapproval from the clerk’s office in the largely conservative county – 75 percent of the residents voted for President Donald Trump – but they didn’t expect the “tirade of harassment and disparagement” they received, according to the complaint.

Deputy Clerk Debbie Allen slammed the paperwork on the desk, said she was a Christian and called the couple an “abomination” in a rant that continued for several minutes, according to court documents. Another clerk joined in, shouting that it was Allen’s “religious right” to harass the couple, according to the complaint.

The Supreme Court had ruled seven months earlier that the Constitution gives same-sex couples the right to wed, no matter where in America they live.

Abramovich remained silent throughout the abuse. Brookover cried.

They received their marriage license, but it was not the joyous day the women or their family members, who came with a camera, had hoped for.

When Brookover’s mother later called the county clerk’s office to report the encounter, she said County Clerk Jean Butcher told her she knew about the interaction and believed the couple deserved the treatment they received. The next same-sex couple that sought a marriage license, she allegedly said, “would get the same or worse” treatment.

A week after later, Allen told the Charleston Gazette-Mail that she didn’t call the couple an “abomination.” In fact, Allen said, “I felt I talked nicely to them.”

She did acknowledge that she told the couple what they were doing was wrong and God would judge them, according to the Gazette-Mail.

“I just told them my opinion,” she said. “I just felt led to do that. I believe God was standing with me and that’s just my religious belief.”

But in a news release on Aug. 30, Gilmer County seemed to do an about-face. The county acknowledged that Brookover and Abramovich “were disrespected and disparaged by staff” because they were a same-sex couple.

“That was wrong,” the news release stated. “It is the policy of Gilmer County and the Gilmer County Clerk’s Office that all people seeking services and doing business with the County will be treated courteously and with respect regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.”

The lawsuit, which was filed by Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Fairness West Virginia and the law firm Mayer Brown, sought damages for the emotional distress caused by Allen’s actions.

In addition to paying the couple $10,000, the county also agreed to require all officials and employees of the county commission and county clerk’s office to participate in a training program provided by Fairness West Virginia, an advocacy organization dedicated to the fair and equal treatment of LGBT West Virginians.

Lesbians like these two don’t need cash. They need to be sent to reeducation camps where they either disavow their ways or pay the appropriate legal penalty.

Germany Legalizes Sodomite Marriage After Merkel Allows Vote

GERMAN WEIRDOS CELEBRATE THEIR NEW RIGHT.

According to the BBC, polls say that 83 percent of Germans support sodomite marriage.

When a country goes full retard, it goes all the way.

Historically, sodomy was illegal, a “crime against nature.”

A good historian could probably make the case that civilizations that engage in mass degeneracy do not long survive.

When Germany is under Muslim control, this law will be repealed and those who supported it will be thrown off rooftops along with all the sodomite couples who have marriage licenses.

Maybe the legalization is a good thing. It’ll make it easier for the Imams to identify the fags.

Excerpt from the BBC

A clear majority of German MPs have voted to legalise same-sex marriage, days after Chancellor Angela Merkel dropped her opposition to a vote.

The reform gives gay men and lesbians full marital rights, and allows them to adopt children.

At present, same-sex couples are limited to civil unions.

Mrs Merkel’s political opponents were strongly in favour. But Mrs Merkel, who gave MPs the go-ahead for a free vote only on Monday, voted against.

The measure was backed by 393 lawmakers, while 226 voted against and four abstained.

The German legal code will now read: “Marriage is entered into for life by two people of different or the same sex”, AFP news agency reported.

How did Merkel prompt the vote?

During her 2013 election campaign, Mrs Merkel argued against gay marriage on the grounds of “children’s welfare,” and admitted that she had a “hard time” with the issue.

But at an event hosted by the women’s magazine “Brigitte” on 26 June, she shocked the German media by announcing on stage that she had noted other parties’ support for it, and would allow a free vote in the future.

The usually-cautious chancellor said she had had a “life-changing experience” in her home constituency, where she had dinner with a lesbian couple who cared for eight foster children together.

As the news spread on Twitter, supporters rallied under the hashtag #EheFuerAlle (MarriageForAll) – and started calling for a vote as soon as possible.

Following Friday’s vote, Mrs Merkel said that for her marriage was between a man and a woman. But she said she hoped the passing of the bill would lead to more “social peace”.

Cultural Marxism Taking Over Conservatism

Richard Spencer’s mentor, Paul Gottfried, analyzes the roots of Cultural Marxism and why conservatives buy into gay rights, gay marriage, and political correctness about race, religion, etc.

Like you, I’ve read plenty about Cultural Marxism. Professor Gottfried offers some new insights in this piece.

Excerpt from UNZ

The most recent of incident of Cultural Marxist commissars refusing to admit that dissidents are to be treated as fellow citizens is the crazed female professor who accosted the NPI’s Richard Spencer while he was exercising at a Alexandria gym. She, recognizing him from coverage of the election campaign, started haranguing him and calling him a “Nazi.”

Instead of having her ejected for this behavior, the gym’s management terminated Spencer’s membership. [Georgetown professor confronts white nationalist Richard Spencer at the gym — which terminates his membership , By Faiz Siddiqui May 21, 2017]

Back in 2011 VDARE posted a commentary of mine on the legitimacy of the “Cultural Marxist” concept. (I reluctantly accepted the term only because I couldn’t think of a better one.)

As I pointed out, this ideology was very far from orthodox Marxism and was viewed by serious Marxists as a kind of bastard child. Yet many of those designated as “Cultural Marxists” still viewed themselves as classical Marxists and some still do.

This video explaining Cultural Marxism was published on youtube by VertigoPolitix, who sometimes comments on posts here.

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Winning! Promised Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch Delivering for Trump

Wow! Justice Neil Gorsuch is meeting expectations held by conservatives. He hasn’t had his head turned by lib-think. President Trump hit a home run with him.

If Donald Trump also keeps the world out of nuclear Armageddon and gets the wall going, his election was worth all the blood, sweat, and tears that Trump supporters gave last year. Gorsuch is going to be an asset to liberty for a long time to come. It would be icing on the cake if Trump were able to put a couple of other equally conservative justices on the Court.

Excerpt from CNN

Washington (CNN)In his scant two and a half months on the bench, Justice Neil Gorsuch has proven he’s no ordinary junior-most justice.

From his first day on the bench when he dominated oral arguments, to Monday, when he wrote a dissent in a case related to gay marriage, joined his conservative colleagues in a fiery response to the travel ban case and possibly provided the necessary fourth vote for the court to hear a major religious liberty case, Gorsuch has broken the mold.

Gorsuch is already delivering as the strong conservative President Donald Trump promised his voters when he ran for office last year.

“Whereas new justices usually take a beat before they start opining on every issue the court does (and doesn’t) address, Justice Gorsuch has asserted his exceptionally conservative views early and often across a dizzying range of hot-button issues,” said Joshua Matz, a lawyer and former clerk to Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Gorsuch’s recent opinions prove the point.

On Monday, Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Gorsuch and Justice Samuel Alito, chastized their colleagues for not going far enough in the travel ban cases. The troika would have allowed all of Trump’s executive order banning people from six majority-Muslim countries to go into effect immediately.

Furthermore, they said that their colleagues’ “compromise” — allowing in people with connections to the United States — would “prove unworkable.”

And the three justices said that, at the end of the day, the Trump administration is likely to succeed in the case as applied to all non-citizens.

In another case Monday, the court ruled in favor of two married same-sex couples in Arkansas who challenged a state law that did not allow both partners to be listed as parents on a birth certificate. In an unsigned, majority opinion, the court cited Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark 2015 opinion that legalized gay marriage, to summarily reverse the Arkansas lower court.

Gorsuch dissented. This time he wrote for the trio of himself, Thomas and Alito: “The statute in question establishes a set of rules designed to ensure that the biological parents of a child are listed on the child’s birth certificate.” Gorsuch’s biggest complaint was that the majority thought it was such an easy case and handled as a summary reversal it without setting it for full briefing and argument.

“Summary reversal is usually reserved for cases where the law is settled and stable, the facts are not in dispute and the decision below is clearly in error,” Gorsuch wrote.

Not even Chief Justice John Roberts, who wrote the principal dissent in Obergefell, signed on.

Gorsuch’s impact might also have been in play in a case the court decided to take up for next term.

Long before Gorsuch took the bench, a religious liberty case lurked on the docket as the justices decided whether to take it up next term. On Monday the court finally pulled the trigger after months of inexplicable inaction.

Next term, the court will consider the case of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple’s wedding reception because he said it would violate his religious liberty. The couple sued and won under a state anti discrimination law. While no one knows the vote count, the unusual timing implies that there might not have been the necessary fourth vote to hear the case until Gorsuch was ready to participate.

“One of the biggest themes of Justice Gorsuch’s confirmation process was his commitment to an especially strong view of how the Constitution protects religious liberty,” said Steve Vladeck, CNN Supreme Court analyst and professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law.

City Kicks Farmer Out of Farmer’s Market for Belief that Marriage is Between a Man and Woman

STEVE AND BRIDGET TENNES ARE PRACTICING CATHOLICS.

Farmer Steve Tennes performs wedding ceremonies on his beautiful farm. He won’t “marry” sodomites. For that, the city has refused him a license to sell his produce at the local farmer’s market.

This is an outrageous abuse of government power. Steve has filed a lawsuit in federal court to force the city to allow him to sell his goods alongside other farmers.

Lansing State Journal

LANSING – When the East Lansing Farmers Market resumes Sunday, produce from Country Mill Farms will be missing for the first time since 2010.

Steve Tennes, owner of Country Mill Farms in Charlotte, said he’s been excluded from the 2017 season because of views he expressed on Facebook regarding marriage.

The city’s decision to exclude Tennes from the farmers market prompted Tennes and a religious freedom advocacy group, Alliance Defending Freedom, to file a federal lawsuit Wednesday.

Tennes, who sold organic apples and produce at the farmers market, said his Catholic faith has made him a target of government discrimination.

“Our faith and beliefs on marriage and hosting weddings at our home and in our backyard of our farm have nothing to do with the city of East Lansing,” Tennes said at a press conference Wednesday. “Nor does it have anything to do with the produce that we sell to the people that attend the farmers markets who are from all backgrounds and all beliefs.”

The suit asks the court to restore Country Mill Farms’ freedoms, stop East Lansing’s “discriminatory policy,” and award damages to Tennes.

The city argues its policy is in line with the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling eliminating a ban on same-sex marriage.

The tiff between Tennes and the city revolves around Tennes’ decision to refer same-sex couples looking for a wedding venue to neighboring farms.

Tennes announced in August he would not schedule any more wedding ceremonies at the orchard because of push-back that followed a social media post where he explained his refusal to host same-sex ceremonies.

After the August post, East Lansing urged Tennes not to attend the next farmers market for fear of protests, according to the lawsuit. Tennes continued to sell at the market, and no disruptions ensued.

In December, Tennes announced via Facebook that he would resume scheduling weddings at the orchard, while reserving the right to deny a request that would violate his Catholic beliefs.

“It remains our deeply held religious belief that marriage is the union of one man and one woman and Country Mill has the First Amendment Right to express and act upon its beliefs,” the post said.

Tennes said he employs and serves members of the LGBT community and would continue to do so at the farmers market.

But when Tennes applied to be part of the 2017 farmers market, he said he was denied and his December social media post was referenced as an example of his violation of city ordinance.

“Ultimately, the city developed a new policy to target and block our farm from further participation in their city-run farmers market,” Tennes said.

City Manager George Lahanas said East Lansing has a long-standing civil rights ordinance addressing discrimination. He said that was clarified to include discrimination at “all business practices” in the 2017 policies for the city’s farmers market.

“When they applied, we decided to exclude them from the market based on that,” Lahanas said.

Watch the farm participate to help feed the hungry.

Steve and his family are clearly good folks. Let the sodomites not defile his farm with their ungodly demand that he “marry” them. They can get married elsewhere, so decency requires us to ask the LGBT group to leave him alone.

The Man in this Group Photo with Melania Trump is the FGGT “Wife” of A World Leader

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Yeeee Haaaawwww!

The White House shunned and shamed a faggot during President Donald Trump’s stay in Europe. That’s the shamed queer in the photo above. He’s the “wife” of Luxembourg’s faggot prime minister.

The Gaily Grind

Gauthier Destenay, the First Gentleman of Luxembourg and the husband of the world’s only acting openly gay prime minister, became the first gay spouse to be included in a “family photo” of the spouses of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) leaders, taken at this week’s summit in Brussels.

Unfortunately, the Trump White House on Saturday omitted Destenay from the caption of the photo which included the likes of Mrs. Trump, Brigitte Macron of France, First Lady Emine Erdoğan of Turkey and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, among others.

According to the Guardian, the caption read: “First Lady Melania Trump poses with Belgium’s Queen Mathilde, center, and other spouses of Nato leaders: First Lady Emine Erdoğan of Turkey; Iceland’s Thora Margret Baldvinsdottir; the First Lady of France Brigitte Trogneux; First Lady Melania Trump; Slovenia’s Mojca Stropnik; Bulgaria’s Desislava Radeva; Belgium’s Amélie Derbaudrenghien, and Norway’s Ingrid Schulerud, during their visit Thursday 25 May 2917 [sic], at the Royal Palace in Brussels.”

Great work by the White House in shaming him. Now, if only he weren’t in the picture.

LUXEMBOURG’S PM ON THE RIGHT, HUSBAND ON THE LEFT.

UPDATE:NBC News reports that the White House has corrected the omission.