In the Alabama Senate race, the tide has turned back in the favor of Judge Roy Moore. The Judge had slid in the pools and fell from a six-point lead to a fraction of a point behind. He has now struggled back into the lead by 2 points. The sexual misconduct charges against Moore are barely two weeks old, but Something has changed. Is this the reason?.
For one thing, there has been a lot of light shone on his accusers. A lot of things are beginning to show this was a coordinated political hatchet job. Here is what the voters in Alabama are thinking. Look at the information within these polls.
As Written By Byron York for the Washington Examiner:
After all that has happened, the Alabama Senate race appears to be reverting to a fundamental political truth: A state that is one of the most Republican in the nation is likely to vote Republican.
Of course, there is still the possibility of some new and devastating sexual misconduct revelation about GOP candidate Roy Moore. But there is an increasing sense that the old and devastating sexual misconduct revelations are receding into the distant past of two weeks ago. Now, Moore is recovering in the polls and more Alabama voters seem comfortable with the idea of voting for him.
Part of that is because of the voters’ long familiarity with Moore. For his supporters, the allegations did not seem to fit the man they admired. Something similar could be said of independents and even those Alabamians who see Moore as a Bible-thumping fanatic; the allegations did not seem to fit the man they hated. Neither recognized the Moore they thought they knew in stories in the Washington Post and other outlets that published allegations against Moore.
“When the allegations first came out, there was a little bit of a shock factor, because it……
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