Only Shameful People Should Be Ashamed Right Now

As I write this, we are less than 36 hours away from what will be remembered as an infamous day of protest in our nation’s capitol. Americans are still processing the video and images of what they saw on television and social media yesterday. Footage of the capitol building being breeched and ransacked, Idiots entering congressional offices and posing for selfies, and don’t forget the weirdo in animal fur with horns. Four dead because someone decided to forcibly enter our nation’s capitol, a building that is guarded by men with guns.

Prior to the capitol building being breeched, I was watching, in real time, members of congress object to the certification of electoral college votes from states that have reported instances of possible voter fraud. This was finally a moment where congress would formally address the allegations of voter fraud that had been reported since November 3rd. Even if the outcome of the election could not be changed, at least a through investigation could begin and steps could be taken to ensure election fraud would never again be an issue in this country.

This moment of closure that I was hoping for was not meant to be. Within moments an unexpected recess was called and the live feed that I was watching went blank. I immediately began looking for another live feed outside where the protesters were and I found one from a local news affiliate in DC. I saw a huge crowd of people protesting outside the capitol. At the same time, I began getting push notifications on my phone about crowds of protesters entering the capitol and how members of congress and staff were being evacuated.

My initial feeling was one of disappointment since I knew that the opportunity for the grievances pertaining to voter fraud would not be able to be aired out in a formal setting. That disappointment later turned to frustration after I saw the responses from people that claim to be conservatives.

There seemed to be an instant knee jerk reaction from prominent conservatives to immediately apologize for being a Trump supporter. Folks Trump isn’t responsible for the actions of those idiots yesterday.

I want to address the 74 million Americans that voted from Trump on November 3rd. You have nothing to apologize for. You should not be ashamed of your political views. The only people who should be ashamed are those individuals that chose to break the law and breech the capitol security. Everyone of those people are recorded on video and photos. It will only be a matter of time before they are all held accountable for their actions.

Now is not the time to abandon your ideals as the left in this country would have you do. There is a narrative stemming from this incident yesterday. A narrative that blames Donald Trump for the actions of these law breakers. A narrative that if you support the MAGA movement, then you too are part of the problem and if you don’t repent and turn from this belief that you are no better than those seeking to cause mayhem in DC. Don’t forget that you are part of a movement that is at least 74 million strong. The left hates this and will do anything to make you feel guilty for supporting Donald Trump.

My advise to all of you is that it’s early still. We still don’t have all of the information about who these people were and if they were actually Trump supporters. False flags are real. They happened in Alabama back in 2017 and are very effective. Don’t jump to any conclusions and question everything you read. Most of all, don’t apologize about who you are. You didn’t do this yesterday and you don’t owe anyone anything.

This Isn’t a Lock for Biden…Yet

As the nation is being told by most sources of information to move on and accept that a Biden administration will be coming soon to a republic near you, I decided to take a moment and point out that while the narrative is one of a White House occupant that is in denial of reality, as the winner of the 2020 election is doing all he can to get a transition team going, the actual story of this election may not be headed exactly in the direction we are all being told to think it is. The candidate with fewer electoral college votes has not conceded as of yet. The narrative shouldn’t be one of transition. It should be a story of an historic struggle for power in an already historic election year. This is where we are at this moment. Let’s look at the three directions that we could be heading before the next president is sworn into office.

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Biden wins 270 electoral votes

This is the scenario that most of the media and political experts are telling us is happening.  It’s perfectly understandable when you consider the current vote totals in the battleground states and the narrative that is pushed across the board by the media, about the foregone conclusion, that Biden is the “President-Elect” and Trump is holed up in the White House living in a state of denial.  While I don’t necessarily disagree with this mix of assessment and prediction by the mainstream media, I still see at least one way for Trump to serve a second term. I’ll get to that in a moment.  But yes, this is what conventional wisdom is telling us is happening at this point about one week and a half after the election. 

Trump wins 270 electoral votes

You know, I just can’t see this happening.  Even if Trump flips PA via lawsuits (which is possible but not probable) and finds the votes in AZ and GA.  He will still have to flip one or two other states via legal challenges or recounts.  Historically vote totals are not changed through legal challenges but hey this is 2020 and precedent has taken a back seat this year anyway.  Even though the Trump team is saying this will happen I just don’t see it.

No candidate wins 270 electoral votes – Contingent Election

This is where I’m reaching I admit. But it is a path and I believe a more likely one than Trump winning 270 electoral votes. Basically, when neither candidate concedes the election to the other, and neither candidate has 270 electoral votes, there is what is known as a “contingent election” in the House of Representatives.  In a contingent election, each state delegation will have one vote for president.  Given our current political layout, that would mean that Trump would get a majority of these votes since there are more red states than blue in that chamber.  If Trump can use legal challenges to remove enough votes from PA and AZ goes red, this could indeed occur.  Here is a wikipedia article that explains it in more detail.

At the moment, it most certainly appears that Joe Biden will take office on January 20th, 2021.  I’m simply wanting to give you something to think about when and if things go sideways and the hand wringing starts about Trump stealing the election.  If the highly unlikely scenario of Biden not reaching the projected 270 electoral college votes does actually occur, our nation has been there before and has a method in the constitution to resolve it.

Omission: How the Media Misinforms Alabama Voters

By now, voters in Alabama are accustomed to misinformation. Especially since 650,000 of us were targeted in the Project Birmingham campaign back in 2017. However, there is a different kind of misinformation campaign underway in the 2020 election. Rather than publishing falsities or creating fake Facebook and Twitter content, the media is simply omitting information outright.

Let’s go back to September 27th, 2017. This was the day after Roy Moore won the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama. Immediately, reports came out framing the general phase of the special election as the KKK fighting Doug Jones against Roy Moore.. Then in October of 2017, stories about Russian twitter followers were published. Moving on to November of that same year, we all remember the Washington Post story that reported sexual assault allegations against Moore from a group of women that didn’t know each other and didn’t want to come forward. How they were persuaded to remains a mystery. Then onto December where a write in candidate was promoted on social media and Alabama’s other senator went on the record stating that he would be writing in a candidate in light of the November allegations. So much misinformation in such a short time. Much of it has been since been discredited in the months after the election.

In the time that has past since December of 2017, voters have learned about Project Birmingham, the misinformation campaign that was underway back in the late summer and fall of 2017. They have also read the reports of the ongoing defamation lawsuit against Roy Moore. In light of this, many of the 651,000 that voted for Roy Moore, even though the media had branded him a pedophile, are more motivated than ever to get to the polls and right the wrong of 2017.

Even though voters have an understanding of the fact that they were targeted for misinformation, the media appears to have a different idea of what happened.

Let me explain. Polling since April 2019 has had Roy Moore listed in the top two spots out of a list of up to six candidates (depending on who was listed as a candidate in the poll) which is proof to me that what I just told you about the Moore voters from last time is correct.

Even in the face of this reality, I’ve noticed the media chooses to omit certain bits from the story when mentioning Roy Moore and his bid for another Republican nomination for U.S Senate. Take a look at these examples below. Notice when they mention Roy Moore, they describe him as “the former candidate who lost amid allegations of sexual assault” etc.

CNN – No mention of Project Birmingham when talking about the last election.

MSNBC – Nope.

Former Fox News Anchor, Shepard Smith – Not a mention.

Why is it that they are leaving out a huge part of the Special Election of 2017 in Alabama, Project Birmingham? They frame this as if they wrote these articles on December 13th, 2017, right after the election when people actually fell for it!

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Judge Roy Moore Condemns New York Times, Defends Justice Kavanaugh

Verbatim media alert below.

MONTGOMERY, AL — After multiple reports that the New York Times irresponsibly published accusations of sexual misconduct against Justice Brett Kavabaugh by failing to mention that the alleged female victim refused to speak with reporters about it and claimed she had no memory of the event, Judge Roy Moore (R-AL) releases this statement:

“The disgusting tactics of major news outlets who create fake news meant only to disrupt our political process must be stopped!

“I too was the object of false allegations, but unlike Justice Kavanaugh and others who have suffered the ire of the left, I filed suit against my accusers and their conspirators.

“For over two years I have not seen nor have I been able to question any of those who went on national television to tell their false stories just 32 days before the election in December 2017, and ironically I have been sued for defamation for merely denying their false and malicious accusations.

“So what should Justice Kavanaugh do?  Nothing!

“He has been confirmed by the Senate and cannot be removed except by the Senate after impeachment by the House.

“Removal for failure of ‘good Behaviour’ under Article 3, Section 1 of the Constitution of the United States applies only during one’s term of office, not to allegations dating back 20, 30, or 40 years.

“The real purpose of liberal Democrats is to stop conservative views by defeating candidates at the polls using false allegations or intimidating them once they take office to silence their conservative philosophy.

“It is about time we stand up to their agenda which threatens to destroy our Country.  I recently spoke out against Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), an avowed Muslim, for her anti-Semitic comments and criticism of the U.S. military, and I will forcefully defend Justice Kavanaugh against the New York Times and against Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), who recently who introduced a bill of impeachment of Justice Kavanaugh.

Judge Roy Moore is a Republican candidate for the 2020 U.S. Senate race in Alabama.  The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is a life-long resident of the state and a committed constitutional conservative that has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.

Judge Roy Moore Slams Red Flag Laws In Wake of 9/11 Anniversary

Verbatim media alert below.

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MONTGOMERY, AL — Reuters reported on September 10, 2019 that the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee voted to approve red flag legislation, a high-capacity magazine ban, and legislation that persons convicted of hate crime misdemeanors would be prohibited from possessing firearms.  All three measures are now up for consideration by the House.  Following that report, Judge Roy Moore (R-AL) released a statement condemning the move in Washington.

“Red flag laws?  The same liberals who took prayer and ‘Thou shalt not kill’ from our schools now want to take our 2nd Amendment rights in clear violation of the 5th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.  James Madison, the chief architect of the Constitution and 4th president of the United States, wisely stated that ‘It is proper to take alarm at the first experiment of our liberties… we revere this lesson too much soon to forget it!.'”

“Congress cannot solve a moral problem!”  Judge Moore continued, “‘Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle,’ as George Washington, the father of our Country said centuries before in his farewell address.”

“Let’s ask the Democrats in Congress to pass a ‘red flag law’ forbidding the removal of God from our schools.”

With regard to the tragedy of the destruction on September 11, 2001, Judge Moore also added, “Let us never forget.  From Pearl Harbor to the Twin Towers, we will always remember the sacrifice of those who gave their lives that this Nation might live.  United we stand, divided we fall.  May God be with us.”

Judge Roy Moore is a Republican candidate for the 2020 U.S. Senate race in Alabama.  The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is a life-long resident of the state and a committed constitutional conservative that has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.

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Roy Moore’s Response to Omar

Below is a verbatim press release from Roy Moore’s campaign.

MONTGOMERY, AL —  Today, Judge Roy Moore responded to a personal attack on his character that was included in a series of comments from Rep. Ilhan Omar after the Alabama Republican Party passed a resolution to expel her from office.”Omar, an avowed Muslim, is a sworn enemy of Israel and has accused our own military of war crimes,” Judge Moore said, “While in Congress she has been accused of numerous sexual relationships.  I have been married to my wife, Kayla, since Omar was three years old and fought for my Country over ten years before Omar was even born.

“I fully support the resolution of the Alabama Republican Party asking Congress to expel Ilhan Omar under Article 1, Section 5, of the United States Constitution, I was sworn to defend after my graduation from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

“President Trump was right: she should go back to Somalia from whence she came,” he concluded.

Judge Moore is a Republican candidate for the 2020 U.S. Senate race in Alabama.  The twice-former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is a life-long Alabamian and a committed constitutional conservative that has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.

Johnny Davis Breaks Down Defamation Lawsuit Against Roy Moore

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