GOP Senate Candidate Gets Trolled Over A Very Unfortunate Typo


When asked, “President Donald Trump has endorsed Luther Strange and announced visits to Alabama to campaign for him. Judge Moore will be a steadfast supporter of President Trump and a strong ally in helping to drain the swamp and pass his America First agenda”. Now that Trump is supporting unusual, however, some of the same folks say he’s become part of the problem. “When people like yourselves turn on television and you see those people taking the knee when they’re playing our great national anthem”, he said. Trump hugged odd as Lynyrd Skynyrd’s iconic “Sweet Home Alabama” played on the loudspeakers.

A top Bannon ally insists that Trump’s signature demographic supports Moore in Alabama.

Trump is backing the establishment candidate, incumbent Luther Strange.

Strange, 64 and dubbed “Big Luther” because he is 6-foot-9, has been backed by almost $9 million of advertising from a McConnell-allied political action committee. All is fair in war and politics, and when friends get shot, they just get shot.

Trump noted that a wall extending across the entire border is not necessary. “Roy Moore is a known quantity in Alabama”.

Moore said the Senate majority leader is to blame for the failure, thus far, to repeal former President Barack Obama’s signature health care law. In 2016, he was suspended after instructing probate judges to continue enforcing the state’s ban on same-sex marriage, in defiance of Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized the practice nationwide. The former chief justice said unusual had been vague when asked whether his office had opened a direct investigation into then-Gov.

Moore has dangerously outdated ideas about things like gay rights and evolution. Luther Strange – a recent appointee who has based his entire campaign on his allegiance with the President. They may not be as much for Roy Moore as they are against Luther Strange. “Unusual was disadvantaged because his appointment to the Senate was associated with Governor Bentley’s scandal”, Carol Cassel, a professor of politics at the University of Alabama, told The Independent. Nevertheless, a perusal of social media indicates that the die has been cast for a certain block of voters. “Maybe he’s more akin to me than I know”. That URL was quickly snapped up by apparent supporters of the Democratic candidate for the seat, Doug Jones, and now redirects to the Jones campaign website.

Perhaps a week of meetings at the United Nations General Assembly left Trump somewhat subdued, and while the speech was long, it seemed to double back on itself on more than instance, as when Trump returned to the significance of missile defense in this time of renewed nuclear fears.


“Well, that only gave Senator Strange a bump of about six to eight points”.

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