The Roy Moore versus Doug Jones race to fill Jeff Sessions Senate seat remains in a state of chaos.
The GOP establishment and liberal media have already tried to deliver a kill shot by using 40-year-old allegations against the judge.
But one surprise bombshell just upended the race and has shaken up Moore’s chances for victory.
The swamp has tried to keep the focus of the race on the unverified sexual assault allegations against Moore.
The media’s goal is to suppress GOP turnout through innuendo and character assassination in order to lift Jones to victory.
No attention in the press has been paid to Jones’ actual stance on political issues.
Which makes sense since the media acts as Democrat partisan operatives who happen to carry press-passes instead of objective journalists.
Additionally, Alabama is one of the most conservative states in America.
Because Jones’ radical positions would render him unelectable, the liberal media has to pay them no mind.
Take for example Jones’ extreme position on guns.
He wouldn’t even say whether he was opposed to the government storming into people’s homes and confiscating their firearms.
“Democrat Doug Jones was asked in an interview if he could reassure voters that he did not want to take their guns but spoke to other topics without ever answering the question.
Politico was contrasting the difference in Republican Roy Moore voters versus Jones voters, and how one of the dividing issues is the Second Amendment.
In addressing the difficulty of overcoming Moore’s appeal to pro-gun voters, Politico asked, “How can you reassure [Moore] supporters that you are not out to take away their religious freedom or their guns, their culture?”
Jones responded by seizing on the word “culture,” saying, “When you talk about their Christian beliefs and stuff, that’s one thing, but when you talk about their culture, I’m not sure what you mean by that. If culture means that you have to put down people, if your culture means that you would discriminate against somebody, that you would not treat anybody in the same way that Christ would do, then I’m not going to protect that.”
He continued to elaborate about culture but never said a word about guns.
The things Jones has said about guns are not encouraging for gun owners. For one thing, he supports expanding background checks to gun shows. The Washington Post reported Jones saying that expanding background checks to gun shows “would be helpful.”
Jones’ support of gun control is understandable when you grasp his overarching belief that the Second Amendment has “limitations.” The Alabama Political Reporter quoted Jones saying, “We’ve got limitations on all constitutional amendments in one form or another.” Such a position opens the door to government regulation of every right in the Bill of Rights, including the Second Amendment.”
Jones also backs abortion up until the moment of birth.
So to conceal the fact that Jones supports terminating the lives of babies and taking people’s guns away, the media threw up a smokescreen of false allegations against Moore.
Jones’ values run contrary to the values of the people of Alabama.
But Roy Moore is now making Jones’ stances on these issues central to his campaign.
And it could help boost Moore to victory on December 12th.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this race.