Polls: Roy Moore +6 And +5 Over Liberal Democrat Opponent Doug JonesChris Menahan
Nov. 28, 2017
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According to two new polls, anti-establishment candidate Judge Roy Moore has a solid lead over his liberal Democrat opponent Doug Jones in the Alabama special Senate election.
In a Change Research poll released Monday, Moore had 47 percent support to Jones' 42 percent. Another 7 percent said they were undecided while 4 percent said they planned to cast a write-in vote. Change said it estimated a 2 percent increase of support for each candidate based on responses by undecideds on which way they are leaning, giving Moore a 49-44 advantage.AL.com embarrassingly admitted their endorsement of Jones had no effect:
The Change poll also asked participants about the impact of an AL.com editorial endorsing Jones. The endorsement had no effect on 96.5 percent of those surveyed while 3 percent said the endorsement either influenced them to vote for or consider voting for Jones.Just like Donald Trump, Roy Moore has refused to cuck in the face of a unified assault from the lying media and the Republican and Democratic establishment.
It's paying off.
Just a few years ago his campaign would have been over based off the Washington Post's mere allegations. Today, no one cares.
As Nancy Pelosi made clear on Sunday, the Democrats don't give the slightest damn about allegations of sexual impropriety against fellow Democrats. All they care about is getting and retaining power. The Republican base would be wise to do the same rather than let our civilization be destroyed.
Doug Jones is a supporter of "full-term" abortion.
When asked if he supports late-term abortion, Jones told NBC's Chuck Todd:
"I'm not in favor of anything that is going to infringe on a woman's right and her freedom to choose. That's just the position that I've had for many years. It's a position I continue to have.He later backed off the statement after realizing it was political suicide, but it's clear that's what he believes. He's A-OK with "aborting" a fully grown baby just days before it's born.
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