Judge Roy Moore running for Jeff Session’s Senate seat

Judeg Roy Moore has been removed from the Alabam Supreme Court twice for taking Christian conservative stands from the bench. You will remember his stands against same-sex marriage and protecting a Ten Commandments display. Now he has entered the race to replace the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This is going to be another good race with the Democrats looking to trying to embarrass President Trump.

As Written By Andrew West for the Constitution: 

As the nation lurches forward, and away from the liberal principles that two terms of Barack Obama have shoved us toward, House and Senate races are the next battleground for the burgeoning conservative movement.

When Donald Trump was elected President in November, it signaled to the nation that the silent conservative majority was once again ready for a seat at the head of the table.  What follows now is a return to principle for many republicans, and a great deal of smaller political contests will, hopefully, follow suit.

In Alabama, things are looking good for social conservative Roy Moore, who is battling against a pseudo-incumbent whose appointment was seen by many as an uncouth and unethical move.

“In the special election for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat, Judge Roy Moore is the clear front-runner.

“Moore holds a commanding 10-point lead over incumbent Senator Luther Strange, according to a poll conducted by potential primary challenger Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala. Roy Moore leads the race with 30 percent, followed by Strange at 20 percent, and Rep. Brooks in ‘the low double-digits.’

“Strange was appointed to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ former Senate seat by disgraced former Gov. Robert Bentley before he resigned last month. Many see the appointment as a corrupt deal struck between a governor, Bentley, mired in …….

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