Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Democrats Succeeded at Stealing the Alabama Special Election!

By Nicholas Stix

Fifty minutes ago, Roy Moore had a comfortable lead, 52.8-45.7% over Doug Jones.

But now, Jones has the lead, and it’s widening.

The Republican precincts gave in their numbers early, while in grand Democrat fashion, Democrat precincts waited to see how many votes they’d need to make up the difference.

Dem Chicago Mayor Richard Daley always said he needed to know how many votes he needed to come up with, and then he’d wait until all the Republican suburban counties had given their numbers in. Then he’d come along with his Crook County numbers a while later.


Anonymous said...

First it was conservative media being ousted/forced to resign for "sexual harassment "(O'Reilly and Ailes).It proceeded to just plain older white guys--with Al Franken the token Dem sacrificial lamb(but no loss of seat,as a Dem replacement by the Minnesota governor will follow).
Trump was the first male pol to be attacked with the "scarem harem",a line-up of women brought out by Democrats to accuse the Republican target of mostly unprovable bad behavior.Trump survived through sheer chutzpah.Roy Moore tried the same tactic--but failed by a couple percentage points.
Now Kirsten Gillibrand has retargeted Trump and is pushing for his resignation with black backing from Cory Booker.She brought out previous Trump accusers and said,"i will not stop until Donald Trump resigns."
It won't work with Trump,but unfortunately,enough Alabamians fell for the political ruse.Won't this be obvious when the tactic is used again--which it will.Will people wise up?I have my doubts.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Steve Bannon and the alt-right for getting a Democrat elected to the Senate from Alabama. Way to go, Stevie Boy!

Nicholas said...


Last week, at least one feminist on MSNBC openly admitted that Franken and Conyers had been persuaded to resign as part of a [scheme] to give the DPUSA more credibility, when it then demanded that Moore be refused as seat in the Senate, and Trump was impeached. The same feminist maintained that the DPUSA was therefore morally superior, and the GOP "cynical."

But not only Moore maintained that the conspiracy against him had much GOP muscle behind it. Indeed, Jeff Flake and Richard Shelby came out of the closet.

I still think the sex war conspiracy was just a front for voter fraud. I do not believe that vote tallies in black strongholds such as Selma, Birmingham, and Mobile will withstand scrutiny.

The way it usually works in such places is that the actual vote will exceed the eligible vote.

Nicholas said...

Anon Coward, Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 1:00:00 A.M. EST Delete

How could Steve Bannon have possibly cost Roy Moore the election?

That was a rhetorical question.

Anonymous said...

Trump,we know by now,would be a casualty of Republicans,en masse,committing a political knifing on him,when he needed them most.
"Et tu,(fill in with many choices--Mc Cain,Graham,McConnell etc)."
Trump is his own party of one,with no loyal support from his own RINOs.He needs congressmen and Senators he can count on in a pinch(impeachment,immigration reform etc)-not the self-serving pricks that reside there now.He needs to advertise for pro-Trump people to run in 2018 and 2020 races--even if his preferred candidate had to face entrenched Republicans in primaries.That's the only way to drain the swamp--and he better hurry with a list of candidates who want to be allies and start what needs to be done--or Trump WILL be(done)--by 2020 or earlier.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Another "laugh" of the day:
Lesta Holt on "Negro Nightly News"--with a straight face--that must have been frozen with botox,to keep it motionless--reported that Omorosa had left her job at the White House.
"Omorosa,who was previously a contestant on 'The Apprentice',is said to have either resigned or been forced out",said Holt.
Then the following was uttered by Lesta:
"But we don't know which one."
This coming from a news organization that had,in the last few weeks,reported so called "exclusives" concerning the inner circle of the Trump administration,often citing irrefutable sources,that "Trump was called an idiot" by one of his cabinet members,"Trump had dealings with crooked foreigners"and many others--all with airtight sources.
But they can't figure out if Omorosa was fired or quit--nothing,nada--zip.
NO one's talking....lol.Hilarious.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

GRA:For Tavis to get nailed for sex stuff,he must have the volume of complaints that Conyers had against him.Imho.
POLITICO-PBS announced on Wednesday that it was halting distribution of the “Tavis Smiley” program pending an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against the host of the late-night talk show.

“Effective today, PBS has indefinitely suspended distribution of ‘Tavis Smiley,’ produced by TS Media, an independent production company,” PBS said in a statement.

The broadcaster added that it “immediately” moved to hire an external law firm to investigate “troubling allegations” about Smiley.

“The inquiry uncovered multiple, credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values and standards of PBS, and the totality of this information led to today’s decision,” the PBS statement said, citing interviews with witnesses and Smiley himself.

He is the latest high-profile public-broadcast figure to face allegations of sexual impropriety in recent months.

In November, Garrison Keillor, the longtime PBS broadcaster and host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” was dismissed from Minnesota Public Radio after an inquiry unearthed allegations of “inappropriate behavior” with a former colleague.

Charlie Rose, the legendary journalist and host, was fired by PBS, CBS News and Bloomberg TV last month after eight women said Rose sexually harassed them during his time at his namesake show. The program, like Smiley’s, was independently produced and broadcast on PBS.