Focus Group Won’t Change Their Minds In Alabama Senate Race [Video]

[VIDEO] In this video you will see various Alabama voters talking about Judge Roy Moore and his accusers. They are fed many lines that would allow them to trash the candidate for Senator from Alabama. For the large part, they are either supportive of the Judge or they do not believe the credibility of the accusers against him.

The interesting part of this article is the information on the polls that have been conducted. Depending on the qualifications of those polled, the range of support varies for the Judge over a very wide range. be sure and read that part.

As Written By Allahpundit for Hot Air:

The full spectrum of Moore defenses is covered here in a brisk seven and a half minutes. Some panelists think he’s a great man, others think he’s a miserable candidate but the lesser of two evils. Some (well, all) think his accusers are paid liars but at least one is pretty chill about the possibility that they aren’t. Actual quote: “Forty years ago in Alabama, there’s a lot of mamas and daddies that’d be thrilled that their 14-year-old was getting hit on by a district attorney.” That’ll make a fine epigraph for the 2017 chapter in American history textbooks.

There’s a reference to George Soros and his scheming too, which is in keeping with Moore’s own talking points. A few days ago he cast aside the warning to judge not lest ye be judged and told American Family Radio of Soros, “No matter how much money he’s got, he’s still going to the same place that people who don’t recognize God and morality and accept his salvation are going. And that’s not a good place.” Occasional pronouncements on who is and isn’t destined for hellfire will be a fun bonus of Senator Moore’s congressional tenure……..


Frank Luntz Alabama focus group: Why we’re sticking with Roy Moore – Hot Air Hot Air

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