Just a Thought... Four Lessons Learned By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor
This is what I learned from last night's Republican loss in Alabama:
Republican candidates from now on need to be aware that they are prime targets for unsubstantiated and most times false sexual allegations
being leveled against them. This proved to work in the Roy Moore case and
the Democrats will keep using it in every race in 2018.
2. Having a
write-in candidate, even a Republican one, takes away from Republican
votes and this one was especially grievous as it was put up by Mitch
McConnell and his rhino bunch. Vote those bast*rds out!
3. The inner cities and mostly black counties will always vote Democratic
because the ‘gimme-gimme ‘you owe me’ sorts will always vote for those
who will feed, clothe, and house them...will give them 'free stuff.' And now we can add in the millenials will too.
4. While Doug Jones won
his victory was by one percent meaning Republicans who stayed
home and didn’t vote shame on you...I hope you’re happy with the
Democrat Doug Jones has pulled off a
major upset in Alabama by defeating Republican Roy Moore in Tuesday’s
special election, becoming the first Democrat to win election to the
Senate from the deeply conservative state in 25 years.
"We have come so far and the people of Alabama have spoken," Jones said during a victory speech in Birmingham late Tuesday.
But in a late-night speech to supporters, Moore refused
to concede. Moore told the crowd that when the “vote is this close…it’s
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Jones had 49.9 percent to Moore's 48.4 percent.
Moore said the campaign was looking into the state's
"recount provision." Under Alabama law, a mandatory recount takes place
if a candidate wins by a half percent or less.
“We also know that God is always in control,” he said.
Bill Armistead, his campaign chairman, floated a possible recount late Tuesday.
Other Republicans, though, already accepted the
outcome. In a tweet, President Trump congratulated Jones on his “hard
“The write-in votes played a very big factor, but a win
is a win,” Trump said. “The people of Alabama are great, and the
Republicans will have another shot at this seat in a very short period
of time. It never ends!”
Iran: Trump’s move “will hasten the destruction of the Zionist regime and will double the unity of Muslims”
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch
Oh, come now, Hatami. If you weren’t vowing the destruction of the
Zionist regime over this, you would be vowing the destruction of the
Zionist regime over that. There are no circumstances in which you would
not be vowing the destruction of the Zionist regime. As for the unity of
the Muslims, the Islamic Republic […] Read in browser »
Unconscionable. This shows how morally inverted the establishment
media is. Muslims riot and attack Jews and burn flags, and it’s Donald
Trump’s fault. What did Trump do? He recognized reality — that Jerusalem
is the capital of Israel. Is that some moral evil? No. It is simply a
fact. Muslims did not have to burn Israeli flags and attack
Jews in response to Trump’s announcement. They chose to do that. They
weren’t forced. When they chose to do this, it wasn’t Trump’s fault. It
was theirs, and theirs only.
But the enemedia is out of control and increasingly unhinged in its
desperation to bring down Trump. They are even blaming Trump for the
Port Authority jihad bombing, saying it was because of Trump’s
announcement, when the bomber had, in fact, been planning this for
weeks, long before the announcement.
“Because of Trump, People Are Burning Israeli Flags and Attacking Jews,” by Cristina Maza, Newsweek, December 11, 2017 (thanks to Mark):