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Alabama: Send Them A Message On Tuesday

The most powerful slogan in American politics is the simple phrase, “Send them a message.” As the Alabama Senate election approaches conservatives can send the Republican establishment and the DC swamp an unmistakable message by supporting and voting for Judge Roy Moore for Senate.

“Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama,” President Trump tweeted a week ago, before he formally endorsed Judge Moore during a telephone Judge Roy Moorecall. “We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more.”

There is too much at stake in this election to allow the DC establishment smear machine to hand another Senate seat to a Far-Left anti-constitutional Democrat when the alternative is committed Christian and strong limited government constitutional conservative like Roy Moore whose reputation over more than 40-years and half-a-dozen elections was unblemished by any hint of scandal.

So, for those of our friends in Alabama who may still have some qualms about Judge Moore – even though the allegations against him have been shown to be a tissue of lies and forgeries – we urge a hard look at the issues and where Judge Moore stands versus his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.

President Trump has made the issues case for Judge Moore on many occasions tweeting even before he formally endorsed Moore that Jones must be defeated.

“The last thing we need in Alabama and the U.S. Senate is a Schumer/Pelosi puppet who is WEAK on Crime, WEAK on the Border, Bad for our Military and our great Vets, Bad for our 2nd Amendment, AND WANTS TO RAISES TAXES TO THE SKY. Jones would be a disaster!” the president tweeted.

And #NeverTrump-type Republican Lee Busby is not a viable option – either politically or on the issues.

Bubsy, who retired from the Marine Corps in 2013, has also been an investment banker and defense contractor – in other words a prime example of the military – industrial complex that President Eisenhower warned against.

Busby also admits he attended a fundraiser for Far-Left Democratic candidate Doug Jones.

Busby said he believes Alabama voters want a candidate who falls somewhere in the middle ideologically and said he voted for Ohio Gov. John Kasich in the 2016 Republican primary according to the Business Insider’s Christopher Woodley, so that gives you a pretty clear idea of where he sits on the Republican spectrum – for amnesty, same-sex marriage and against building the wall on our southern border.

Despite what you might think about Alabama Republican Roy Moore, one fact about that state's December 12th special election for U.S. Senate is not in dispute:

Roy Moore's defeat would put in serious jeopardy the U.S. Senate Republican majority, an outcome which may prevent passage of tax reform, tax cuts and the confirmation of judges President Trump is naming to recapture the federal courts from decades of judges who blatantly violate the Constitution.

Alabama pro-life voters need to understand in no uncertain terms that a vote for Doug Jones is a vote for abortion with no exceptions.

In fact, Doug Jones told Chuck Todd on MSNBC in September that he, Jones, has always refused to support a single restriction on abortion and that he will continue to do so if elected to the Senate.

When asked about limiting abortion after 20 weeks, Jones replied, "I'm not in favor of anything (emphasis added) 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 the position I continue to have."

In Alabama’s hotly contested Senate race on the right-to-life there is a clear choice between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. Judge Moore believes that life begins at conception and Jones believes a baby can be killed up to the moment of birth.

The contrast between Judge Roy Moore and Jones couldn’t be starker.

Judge Moore has spoken, written and worked for the pro-life agenda for decades. Moore’s campaign website clearly states his pro-life position and his specific call for defunding Planned Parenthood:

I oppose abortion, same-sex marriage, civil unions, and all other threats to the traditional family order.

Federal funding for Planned Parenthood or any form of abortion should be stopped.

On the other hand, Democrat Doug Jones counts industrial scale abortion provider Planned Parenthood as among his strongest supporters.

According to a statement reported for Breitbart by our friend Dr. Susan Berry, Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser condemned Jones’s position saying:

Doug Jones clearly has no problem with the fact that the U.S. is only one of seven nations – alongside North Korea and China – to allow elective abortion on-demand after five months. His extremism puts him dramatically out of step with Alabama voters.

Alabama is one of twenty states to take a stand against the brutality of late term abortions having approved a state limit in 2011. Polls consistently show that a large majority of Americans – women in higher numbers than men – support bringing our national laws into line with basic human decency, and the House will vote on this measure next week. Jones is out to impress the big abortion lobby but this does nothing for his chances against Judge Moore.

Berry later reported that Jones is trying to walk back his extremist position while attacking pro-life supporters of Judge Moore.

Besides taking up the Democrats’ false “war on women” narrative that Republicans want to stop “access to contraception,” notes Berry, Jones’s position on abortion all along has been akin to that of failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s view that unborn babies have no constitutional rights.

Joe Godfrey, Executive Director of Alabama Citizens Action Program (ALCAP), says Jones is softening his language on abortion because he knows Alabama is a pro-life state. He told Breitbart News:

My guess is that he is backing away from his previous comments because he knows how repugnant late term abortions are to most people in Alabama. He knows that to get conservative voters who are unsure about Roy Moore to vote for him he had better soften his stance on that issue. However, he still believes in aborting innocent babies in the womb, whether late term or not. He seems worried about the rights of mothers, but completely ignores the rights of the children who have been conceived. We must ask ourselves, “Does he really still believe in his heart that late term abortions should be legal, but is just changing his tune for political reasons?”

Godfrey reflects on the difficulties some Alabama cultural and Christian conservatives are facing in this race. “Conservatives need to understand that, while we are unsure about Roy Moore’s past, we are very sure that Doug Jones does not share our Alabama values.”

Evangelist Dr. Alveda King – the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – who heads up Civil Rights for the Unborn at Priests for Life, told Breitbart News the Alabama Senate race is important for those who value life from conception.

“Every election counts in the race for life,” King says. “Judge Roy Moore stands for the sanctity of human life from the womb to the tomb. Doug Jones does not. We must always vote our values. Life is a civil right.”

We urge our friends in Alabama to vote for Roy Moore for United States Senate.

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