The Alabama House and Senate races are absolutely crucial to guiding the United States Congress and pushing further Conservative backed legislation into being debated.
That's why the there is a contentious debate on who will replace Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, who's now President Trump's Attorney General.
While the establishment is backing Luther Strange, most Trump supporters who want to drain the swamp need to be made aware of the opposing candidates and what they offer as a true voice of the people.
The real voices of the people are also a choice in next week’s primary, and those two true representatives of the people of Alabama are either Judge Roy Moore or Rep. Mo Brooks.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s own PAC are both <a href="http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/31/mcconnell-alabama-moore-brooks-strange-241138"> spending millions of dollars</a> to make sure that their guy Luther Strange wins the primary battle, even though the people of Alabama overwhelmingly prefer one of the two other conservative candidates who will represent them with real change.
McConnell has been under major controversies himself as of late
<a href="http://www.thegoldwater.com/news/5827-GOP-Calls-On-Mitch-McConnell-To-Resign-To-DrainTheSwamp">with many in the GOP and Trump supporters alike calling on him to resign</a> from his Majority Leader position after multiple failures.
The super PAC which is controlled by McConnell is set to spend an estimated $8 million to help boost his favored candidate, the recently appointed Republican Sen. Luther Strange.
Mitch McConnell is using his DC swamp lobbyist donor network to finance this insurgency, and he's also attempted to sway White House for more resources.
Both the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the Senate GOP campaign arm McConnell controls, have warned their consultants they’ll be cut off from future work if they assist Strange’s opponents, which is a heavy handed threat to attempt to manipulate the Alabama results in favor of an establishment puppet.
Even one of McConnell’s top political lieutenants has infiltrated on behalf of establishment by quietly advising the upstart and enthusiastic Republican Primary Candidate Mo Brooks that the Swamp will finance opposition for his House seat if he tries to take AG Sessions former Senate role.
The move is intentionally designed to get inside of the Congressman’s head and persuade him from emptying his campaign war chest in the race for Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ old Senate seat, but Mo Brooks seems to be fighting back unafraid.
Earlier this week both Rep. Brooks and Judge Moore could be heard <a href="http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/04/politics/alabama-senate-republican-primary-forum/index.html">loud and clear attacking the establishment puppetmasters of the GOP</a> for their joint efforts to smear them individually calling it an atrocity that the GOP is trying to meddle in Alabama politics.
During a public forum held by the Shelby County Republican Party, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore and Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks both called out the outsider ads pouring into the race from the Senate Leadership Fund super PAC.
The Senate Leadership Fund, founded by infamous GOP operative Karl Rove and aligned with McConnell, has spent millions on ads supporting Sen. Luther Strange and opposing Brooks. The group released its first ad targeting Moore yesterday.
The GOP establishment seems prepared to put up more of a fight to stop conservatives than they are to stop Obamacare or the Democrat Party.
Brooks and Moore both are extremely popular amongst the proud state of Alabama, but attempts from the establishment to outspend the two natives with millions in ads could hurt their chances.
<a href="http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/07/exclusive-poll-mcconnell-backed-candidate-slumps-alabama-pro-trump-mo-brooks-surges-final-days/">Breitbart reported recently on how McConnell’s establishment puppet is failing in the polls despite the millions invested in Strange:</a>
<i>”About a week out from the all-important GOP primary for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama vacated by now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Washington, DC, establishment candidate is slumping as two pro-President Trump conservatives surge. A new poll provided exclusively to Breitbart News by JMC Analytics, a Louisiana-based polling firm, shows Luther Strange tapering off in the polls as Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) surges behind him and former state Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore remains steady in first place.”</i>
<i>”The poll shows Moore at 30 percent, Strange at 22 percent, and Brooks at 19 percent. Others combine for a total of 12 percent, while 17 percent are undecided. The poll of 500 Alabamians likely to vote in next Tuesday’s primary was conducted from August 5 to August 6—during the weekend—with a 95 percent confidence interval and a margin of error of 4.4 percent. Assuming these numbers are accurate, they show Brooks surging behind Strange inside the margin of error in the final days—a silent majority similar to the one that elected Donald Trump—while Moore maintains a solid lead at the top.” </i>
<i>”The top-two vote-getters in next Tuesday’s primary will head to a runoff in September, and if Alabamians send Strange—who was appointed into the seat under questionable circumstances—packing, it would send a major message to Washington, DC. The GOP establishment, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, has aligned behind Strange, running millions of dollars of falsified attack ads inaccurately accusing Brooks of being anti-Trump. The attack ads have backfired, poll shows.”</i>
<i>”Both Brooks and Moore have condemned the phony ads from the Senate Leadership Fund in Alabama, which is run by anti-Trump Karl Rove acolyte Steven Law. Brooks was a supporter of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in the GOP primary for president, but then strongly backed Trump in the general election.”</i>
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It seems at this point that a runoff will occur and that Judge Roy Moore will be one of the two candidates in that runoff. Moore has led in every poll since the beginning of this primary season and his support has is high energy at every event much like that of President Trump was last year.
Moore is a very popular figure here in Alabama, even if he remains unpopular in the rest of the nation, as Alabama folk love him.
What remains to be seen is who will the second runoff candidate be, while Brooks is surging in the final days even as the GOP establishment continues to pour millions into Alabama in an effort to swing the race towards Luther Strange. The race for second place is an unfortunate toss up right now, and that is a problem for America.
<strong>As a Southerner myself, I can tell you that we love our deep south states, we care for our people, but our Southern Hospitality’s patience has it's limits. We will work alongside Yankees in Making America Great Again, but when you start trying to manipulate our states, especially Alabama, we will shut your lying, dirty, globalist mouths. </i>