Roy Moore Doubles Down on Denials as Senate Vote Looms on Tuesday

I believe Roy Moore when he says he didn’t date underage women. Underage in Alabama would be 15 and under.

I do believe he pursued legal teens and I don’t care. The United States Senate needs Roy Moore’s politically incorrect way of looking at the country and at life.

In a second article excerpted in this post, Judge Moore mentions the possibility of reopening the investigation of events on 9/11. That’s the kind of leadership we need in the Senate.

New York Post

WASHINGTON – Embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore said in a new interview that he never dated underage women and he doesn’t even know the women who accused him of sexual abuse.

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Richard Spencer Turns from Race to Anti-Capitalist Economics

RICHARD SPENCER. NOT A FAN OF CONSERVATIVE ECONOMICS.

Richard Spencer held an NPI (National Policy Institute) Conference at a Maryland winery he had rented for November 19. As has been widely reported, apparently the owners of the venue stopped the conference before it could be concluded and demanded that everyone leave.

A leftist reporter infiltrated the conference and reports what he saw and heard. What should be clear from the article is that the alt-right is not traditional conservatism, with its pro-big business bias.

Excerpt from The Nation

When we finally got to the winery that Spencer’s National Policy Institute had booked, Mike Enoch of the Daily Shoah podcast, who promulgated the slur “dindu nuffins” for African Americans, was holding forth on the horrors of “corporate neoliberalism.”

MIKE ENOCH.

Although I’m not convinced that the alt-right is a psyop designed to control and suppress a true white nationalist mass movement, it is wise to be suspicious of Spencer, et. al.

According to their own words, the alt-right leadership is seeking an alliance with the far left, with hostility toward free-market economics as the glue that would hold the two sides together.

Like I said, be skeptical.

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Roy Moore Says the Last Time America Was Great Was When White Men Had Negro Slaves

You’re not supposed to say that America was ever great or else you’ll be attacked by leftist pundits and in the Twitter battle zone.

After the story I’ll tell you when I thought America was great and why.

Yahoo

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has sparked outrage among many on the left once again after his comments on slavery from a campaign event earlier this year resurfaced this week.

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Leftist Twitter Outraged Over GOP’s Rep. Steve King’s “Diversity is Not Our Strength” Post

The proof that diversity is not our strength is everywhere for those willing to see. One example of the stress that diversity causes comes in the form of the bitter, angry responses to Republican Rep. Steve King’s rejection of diversity.

Yahoo

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has sparked outrage on Twitter once again with his views on immigration.

The congressman ― who has previously lauded white nationalism on the social media platform ― wrote on Twitter Friday, “Diversity is not our strength.”

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Bizarre Rep. Trent Franks Surrogacy Resignation Story Goes Full Surreal with Claim of $5 Million WRITTEN Offer to Have His Baby

CHRISTIAN REPUBLICAN TRENT FRANKS, WIFE JOSIE, AND CHILDREN.

Arizona Representative Trent Franks moved his resignation from January to yesterday–Friday–following reports of a $5 million contract offered to a woman staffer to be a surrogate mother for him and his wife.

I looked it up just now. Typically, the cost of a surrogate mother is $35,000 to $40,000 plus expenses.

The $5 million his accuser says he offered makes no sense. It’s way above market value.

Franks, as you can see above, is a race-mixer married to a woman since 1980 who appears to be either Mexican or Filipina.

The story has gotten so insane that I’m bowing out for now. In capsule form, a guy allegedly offers two of his women employees $5 million so his wife of almost 40 years can have another baby.

Somebody’s crazy. We’ll figure it out later.

CNN

The head of a prominent conservative group was present last week when a woman who has accused Rep. Trent Franks of asking her to be a surrogate for his child in exchange for $5 million detailed her allegations to House Speaker Paul Ryan’s staff.

Andrea Lafferty, president of the Traditional Values Coalition, told CNN that the accuser — a former aide whom she did not name — said that she was asked to look over a contract to carry Franks’ child. If she conceived his child, she would be given $5 million, according to Lafferty.

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Bombshell: Roy Moore Accuser Beverly Young Nelson Admits She Forged Yearbook

In the south it was common 40 years ago for men in their 30s and 40s to date legal teens (16 and above). In Roy Moore’s case the 32 year old was looking for a wife, and believe me, all the good ones in their 20s and 30s were already married.

Alabamans know this basic truth. Nonetheless, Moore haters have tried to smear him as a pedophile. If he were a pedophile he’d be like my department head at the university and hang out at cheerleader practice for 8 year olds.

The news today for Roy was good for him and bad for (((Gloria Allred))) and her client accuser, pictured above.

Breitbart

Beverly Young Nelson has finally admitted that she forged a portion of the infamous high school yearbook that she and attorney Gloria Allred used as proof of her accusations against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.

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Witch Hunt! Christian Congressman Trent Franks Resigns Over Complaints by Women About Surrogate Motherhood Conversation

When you’re working in a relaxed workplace such as I imagine Congress to be, sometimes you become friends with your subordinates. That friendship leads to intimate conversation involving details of your personal life.

Conservative Republican Rep. Trent Franks of Arizona had a conversation with two of his women employees that focused on his wife’s infertility and their desire to have another child.

The women, emboldened by the war on men that is sucking in the innocent man and lumping him with the guilty, claim that to be sexual harassment. I disagree, but I’m a nobody.

CBS News

Arizona Republican Trent Franks on Thursday announced he is resigning from Congress, facing a House Ethics Committee investigation as to whether he engaged in conduct that constitutes sexual harassment.

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