A little birdie tells me that persons on the GOPe side were engaged in flipping Republican votes to Democrat recently in Alabama.
Bannon is just a man, the movement he brought to the forefront is not weakened, NYT. Nice try, though.
It took millions including a well orchestrated behind the scenes sneak attack relentlessly pushed every day for weeks to make Moore lose by 1%. Do these slime balls really have the energy and money to do this for many seats next year?
Because Jones sure in the hell did not win because of his IDEAS are popular. There is NO grass roots movement that got him into office, just millions upon millions of money and dirty tricks with national media pushing the sexual assault narrative nonstop.
that is what I call a temporary battle victory, but the war is long. Without ideas driving your movement it’s not going anywhere you globalist turds,except where it’s been going for the last 8 years starting under Obama...down the toilet.
The NYT thinks one seat with the ENTIRE EFFING ESTABLISHMENT including MOore’s own party, the media complex, and Hollywood trying to take him down and succeeding means there is some “movement’ or “mood” among voters? really?
Yet the ignore all the seats the left has lost across the country locally and nationally for the last several years including 95% of the special elections.
Somewhere on here, I read that the two states that contributed the most money to Jones’ campaign were: New York & California. It wouldn’t surprise me that they stole this Senate seat....they’ve done it before and will likely do it again IF it’s a candidate that doesn’t meet the UniParty criteria. One thing for sure....it stinks.
There is NO DIFFERENCE between the G.O.P. Establishment and the New York Times .
They will never get it, will they? Trump, Bannon, the people showing up to Tea Party rallies, these are effects of decades of republican politicians delivering for their special interest donors over their constitutents. Years of promising to be not like the democrats, but ending up just like the democrats.- just a little slower, is not a winning strategy.
Yeah, the non-establishment republican factions haven’t always picked top talent, but a large part of that is how toxic the environment has become. You have to be half crazy to try to win a statewide election as a novice and knowing your party will undermine you just out of spite. The trend of primaries being won by outsiders shouldn’t be dismissed though, it should be a signal to invite more and better outsiders to the party. It should put the establishment on notice that their offerings are lacking. Be better, work for the votes in the primaries instead of expecting a coronation, and once in office actually work for interests of the constituents and Steve Bannon wouldn’t have a platform.
How can Bannon be weakened? He is his own person. Says and does what he wants in my opinion.
The only things worse than a dem are RINO’s and GOPe’ers.
Specific to this post (yes, I can google answers, but I hope someone has a response based on personal experience):
How would one contact Steve Bannon, what are his most active organizations, and how would one send money to or volunteer with his most effective organization?
More general question:
What individuals and organizations are the top advocates for limited, constitutional government with the rule of law? This is not RINOs like McConnell who “compromise” to get some of what we want - maybe - if we’re really compliant. This would be those who see the Second Amendment, no Amnesty, protecting our borders, and repealing Obamacare as absolutes.
President Trump and Steve Bannon are obviously on the list, but who else, and where should we send our time and our money? Partly, I suspect the answer will be state-by-state or even more local. If the NRSC would rather see Judge Moore lose than hold a US Senate seat in Alabama, and even if the truth about him was worse than the most offensive story invented, I have zero faith in the establishment.
First is to dry up his money, said Scott W. Reed, the chief political strategist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a pillar of the Republican establishment ...
Bannon is a hero.
I wish him well
I’ll put my money on Bannon.
Along with massive voter fraud,this from LC
“If you recall that night, Moore held a slim lead in the e vote quick tallies. Moore then began pulling away as the rural districts came in, to moving to 5%. Yet it is interesting in the electronic voting high population black areas, those votes were not being tabulated officially as they should have been, but hung up at 50% of the vote turned in. Once Roy Moore’s strongholds had reported, then suddenly the votes started appearing again from the electronic vote sites, and as if by magic Doug Jones was getting the exact numbers of votes in 60,000 vote surges which Jones needed to steal this.”
Good luck GOPE. After what the GOPE did in Alabama, I’ll be donating soley to Bannon back canidates!
Bannon bump for later....
Weakened is a very subjective term containing the greatest hopes of the GOPe and their fellow travelers on the left. One battle and temporary “victory” does not make a war.
McTurtle, Ryno, et al, can try as they wish. Bannon will be eating their lunch. They figure they won ONE in Alabama and now think they’re unbeatable! Bannon will be handing them their asses, soon!
I am Steve Bannon. I am the base.
The NY Slimes as usual with fake news.
Those of us who voted for Trump and think that Bannon has/is and will do a good job for us say, FUNYT!
Hmm. Looks like Satans own politics at work. No particular surprise; politics is not a force for good.
I find this an interesting point in time for the ‘E’ of the GOP to expose themselves for whom they are. To this point they have tried to keep their positions on “matters” in the speculative category as they lunge, and parry incognito under cover of the accepted protective mask.
I call this one BS, as I do believe the GOPE isn’t at all ready to take off the mask.