It's unbelievable, but true. Yesterday December 4th Donald Trump, the 45th POTUS, in the 45th week of his presidency, formally and auspiciously endorsed Roy Moore to be the 45th US Senator of Alabama (see). And the RNC joined the President in backing him.
God bless you President Trump. Like you Roy Moore is a good man. Good for the great conservative people of  Alabama. Good for your magnificent nation renewing MAGA agenda. Good for the men, women and children (born and unborn) of America.
Yesterday December 4th, when President Trump endorsed Roy Moore, the 70 year old Judge was 70 days from his victory over Luther Strange on September 26th (see). On the day of that victory Judge Moore was exactly 70 years and 7 months old (see) - the age of President Trump when sworn into office (see). And when Roy Moore wins the Senate next week it will be 77 days from his victory over Strange (see). Very strange and very auspicious, no?


  1. Related:

    Trump offers full support for embattled Republican Roy Moore
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is throwing his full support behind embattled Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race.

    Trump tweeted early Monday that “Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama.”

    It was Trump’s most full-throated endorsement of Moore, who has lost backing of many top Republicans since he was hit with allegations of sexual misconduct decades ago.

    Trump has assailed Democratic candidate Doug Jones and has defended Moore against allegations of child molestation. But the White House has said he has no plans to make campaign appearances.

    Trump tweeted: “We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more. No to Jones, a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet!”


    1. Classic Trump. We need the seat so he’s doing the right thing here. I suspect that after the election, he will call on Moore to resign so another Republican can be put in place. But then again, if Moore goes after his accusers in search of the truth (start with suing Alfred) and clears his name, maybe he’ll survive.

      1. Jesus. Trump will not be asking Moore to resign over these BS allegations. He is well aware of what a smear campaign is all about as it was the same thing that was tried on him last year.

    2. And why shouldn’t President Trump endorse Roy Moore? If the accusers can not offer any reliable proof (as is the case with Moore’s accusers) then morally they should be ignored.

      Just because someone accuses you, it does not automatically make it an honest accusation.

  2. I put endorsement in quotations as Trump didn’t use the actual term. He just told people to vote for Moore over Jones.

  3. “I put endorsement in quotations as Trump didn’t use the actual term. He just told people to vote for Moore over Jones. ”

    Isn’t that the definition of an endorsement?

    1. Isn’t that the definition of an endorsement?

      Nope. You can vote for someone without enndorsing them. Like voting against Jones, for instance. Moore just happens to be the next option.

      1. You can vote for someone without endorsing them.

        True. But how can you tell people you want them to vote for a particular candidate by name without that being an endorsement?

  4. “Unbelievable” is the word Apollo.

    This Trump endorsement leads me to believe that internal polling shows Moore comfortably ahead.

  5. McConnell has said it’s up to the people of Alabama.

    That tells me that when he wins Moore will be seated without incident.

    1. The RNC finally figured out that it isn’t laryngitis that has kept Gloria Allred silent for weeks now.

      That right there is FUNNY! Great line!

  6. The RNC first was afraid to be linked to a loser. Now that he appears to be a winner, they suck up and join the front runners. How pathetic.

  7. Just in time for another story from the Washington Post.

    “Woman shares new evidence of relationship with Roy Moore when she was 17”


    This story has been out there for a day now.

    Make of it what you will.

  8. “The local news lead here in Southern CA “President Trump endorses accused Child Molester.”

    The good news here is that Southern CA isn’t voting in this election.

  9. Bye bye Mitch, your replacement is on the way!

    I’d pay money to be in the well of the Senate when Moore shows up for the first time. I am just wondering if he will be magnanimous with Bitch, or tell him to f*ck off? Or ask him if he can try out the Majority Leader’s Chair to see how it’s going to fit in the not too distant future.

    1. >With only 7 days to go. I hope it’s enough. Trump did not impress me on this one. Should have done this 2 weeks ago.

      He was waiting to see if another accuser emerged or Moore cracked under the pressure.

  10. It speaks very poorly of all these moral preeners who’ve refused to back Moore all along since he was the only one who could keep the Alabama senate seat going to the Dims.

    Finally, most are coming to the only conclusion any conservative or Republican could come to, and should have come to weeks ago even with all the suspect accusations.

  11. Apollo with his numerology should check himself into a mental hospital. He’s crazy like mathematician John Nash.

          1. They saw the handwriting on the wall and wanted to pretend to be on the winning team.


            Gotta wonder how much less donations the RNC are getting lately. This is just CYA for later when they can claim they supported Moore with “plausible deniability”.

          2. They saw the handwriting on the wall and wanted to pretend to be on the winning team.

            If Moore was running behind, you can bet that the establishment GOPe would be pretty much celebrating the loss of a Republican seat. They are such cucks. They probably go home at night to sleep on the couch while their wives are in bed with their boyfriends.

  12. The RNC lost, and now they are backing the winner – at the last minute. Somehow, I am reminded of WW2 history:

    At 11pm Trans-Baikal time on August 8, 1945, Soviet foreign minister Molotov informed Japanese ambassador Satō that the Soviet Union had declared war on the Empire of Japan, and that from August 9 the Soviet Government would consider itself to be at war with Japan.

    That was two days after we bombed Hiroshima, and the day before we bombed Nagasaki. Russia’s entry into the war at that point meant nothing beyond they wanted to be on the winning side. Today’s RNC is at the same moral level.

  13. The party just realized it is no longer the band wagon. It’s a goat cart with a broken wheel being pulled by a donkey, and nobody wants to ride on it.

    President Trump is now the band wagon, and it’s a red, white and blue land yacht.

  14. Roy Moore is an honorable man. This entire old media/Rat party attack is about regaining their power in the senate. The assassination of a good man’s character should be punishable by million dollar fines levied against the DNC, WaPo, Homowood, and the venerable commie rag the NYTimes.

  15. Amazing that all of the lawyers comprising the RNC finally realized that Judge Moore is innocent until proven guilty.

  16. I have been concerned from the onset of this issue that Allred will reveal a potentially damaging and false allegation just prior to the election. She has been far too silent as of late…..clearly not normal behavior for her.

    1. Mitch McConnell
      John McCain
      that female RINO nobody from Alaska
      Susan whacked Collins
      LindCIA agent Grapham
      Little Marco

      (Please remember to hold the handle down long enough for toilet to fully flush)

  17. The RNC hopefully reads the Steve Bannon writing on the wall. The country club Republicans are going to HAVE TO allow The People’s representatives in the door instead of clinging to the myth of their own elitism.. And there are plenty ‘Moore’ waiting in line, a lot of ex military candidates for Congress.


    Get your Bannonite today, the new plastic political explosive!

  18. CNN Host Goes Into Crisis Mode as Tables Turn From Roy Moore to Bill Clinton’s Rape Accusations

    CNN host Kate Bolduan attempted to shut down conservative commentator Ed Martin on Monday morning after he blasted the hypocrisy of the coverage of Roy Moore and called Bill Clinton a rapist.

    During the network’s angsty coverage of President Donald Trump endorsing Roy Moore, Martin did not hold back on calling out CNN for supporting Al Franken going to the Ethics Committee for an investigation instead of calling for him to resign. He asserted that the people of Alabama should also be allowed to determine what they believe and whether or not they wish to support the candidate


    1. Yup, Sue. We are rolling with the tide. We are counterpunching left and right, while at the same time, circumstances such as the sexual-malfeasance inferno are just burning the lefties alive.Love every minute of it.

    2. Ouch!

      I have been on travel for the last few days and CNN is the only news channel I can get. It is incessant 100% anti trump propaganda. Moore is incessantly referred to with a pejorative honorific. I would love to see CNN permanently refer to bill Clinton in the same manner, that is, as accused rapist bill Clinton.

      1. I would love to see CNN permanently refer to bill Clinton in the same manner, that is, as accused rapist bill Clinton.

        …and Hillary as “Failed 2016 presidential candidate Clinton”

  19. Someone told me that Schmo Scarborough said anyone supporting Moore should wear the label pedophile. Then the supporters of Clinton should’ve all been wearing the Scarlet Letter “A” for the adulterer he was.

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