“I’d just like to thank Steve Bannon for showing us how to lose the reddest state in the union.”
In a stunning rebuke of Trumpism and Steve Bannon, Democrat Doug Jones won the Alabama Special Election to fill Jeff Sessions’ vacant Senate seat.
What’s unfolding in Alabama is but a preview of what’s to come when so-called president Trump seeks to keep his greed-centered, tiny, fingers around the neck of power.
Well, thank goodness she finally set the record straight once and for all.
Trump’s former chief political strategist and campaign chief executive could very well be the next key witness interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his ongoing investigation into alleged Russian collusion.
Roy Moore said in a 2011 interview that removing amendments to the U.S. Constitution after the Tenth Amendment would “eliminate many problems” in the structure of the U.S. government
“I’d rather see the Republican win, but I would hope that Republican would be a write-in.”
Moore is campaigning for a seat in Alabama, a state that had one of the highest numbers of lynchings in the nation’s history.
Moore’s remarks were featured in an article from the Los Angeles Times in September but resurfaced Thursday.
Trump’s election fraud commission drafted a law as a Kansas official that led to 23 disabled people not having their votes counted in a recent local election.