RNC Makes HUGE Decision About Judge Roy Moore

Breaking: The Republican National Committee has abandoned their Alabama Senate candidate, Judge Roy Moore, without a hearing or a trial. The Judge has been tried and convicted in the liberal court of public opinion over charges of something he may have done 38 years ago.

There is more to this than just the charges of sexual misbehavior. Roy Moore has the backing of former Presidential advisor, Steve Bannon. That puts him on the hit list of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as well as many others. They have piled on with the mainstream media and the Democrat party to knock Moore out of the race. It is obvious that the GOP elites would rather that the Democrat party have the Senate seat from Alabama than allowing a real conservative into their midst.

As Written By Carlos Garcia for The Blaze:

The Republican National Committee abandoned Monday its efforts to support the candidacy of Roy Moore for the U.S. Senate seat of Alabama.

What support did the RNC pull from Moore’s campaign?

A senior party official confirmed to Politico that the RNC had pulled out of a joint fundraising agreement. The RNC is pulling several staffers who were canvassing for the Moore campaign on the ground in Alabama.

Politico reports that the RNC had internal polling from a week prior showing that Moore had fallen to only 2 points ahead of his Democratic competitor.

The National Republican Senate Committee had already pulled its support for the Moore campaign on Friday.

What are the allegations?

Moore has been fighting off allegations that he had inappropriate relations with underage women when he was in his thirties. One accuser said Moore groped her in 1977 when she was 16 years old. She produced a yearbook with a signature that appeared to be from …..


Breaking: Republican National Committee makes big decision about Roy Moore campaign – TheBlaze

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