The “horcrux” known as Luther “DR” Strange has been eliminated thanks to the sword of Gryffindor and its wielder, Judge Roy Moore. Moore was aided in his task by Miss Hermoine Granger when she cast the following spell, “Senatorus repairo.” As each horcrux is destroyed, the Lord McConnell grows weaker. Harry and the gang have located two more horcruxes in Jeff Flake and Dean Heller and has dispatched Dr. Kelli Ward and Danny Tarkanian to help cut off the Dark Lord’s reins of power.
Now, if only the conservatives of Ravenclaw can win the House Cup and eliminate Ryan Slytherin, we can possibly move the country forward. But beware, the Ministry of Establishment will fight us tooth and nail every step of the way.
Roy Moore defeated Luther Strange by the comfortable margin of 54.6 percent to 45.4 percent in the runoff and will now move on to face Democrat Doug Jones in the general election for the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he resigned to take over the Department of Justice for President Trump. The general election is just an afterthought. Republicans outnumber liberals by a wide margin. 423,282 Republicans voted in the first primary as opposed to 165,006 Democrats.
For some very odd reason President Trump endorsed Strange, who opposes a large section of his policies while shunning Roy Moore, who has embraced “MAGA” heart, body and soul. It’s possible that Trump was trying to curry favor with Lord McConnell but if that’s the case, his judgement leaves something to be desired. Not only that but you can bet the media will use that unsuccessful endorsement to attack Trump and to claim his base has deserted him.
But in reality, his base voted to keep the MAGA agenda alive. Let’s hope Trump learns from this and starts draining the White House swamp starting with Jared Kushner, who has turned out to be an embarrassment to the president and let Ivanka follow suit. Then get rid of Kelly, McMaster and Cohn.
Moore jumped out to an early lead and never looked back from there. His margin of victory despite massive amounts of money from the establishment into Strange’s campaign reveals just how much Alabama voters want men of character and with a backbone representing their state in Congress.
The race was called at 9:30 p.m., just an hour and a half after the polls closed with Moore holding a 57.1 to 42.9 advantage. Strange was expected to win the Mobile, Alabama area but was wiped out there by Moore.
Conservative firebrand Roy Moore is projected by the AP to win the Alabama GOP Senate primary runoff, defeating appointed Sen. Luther Strange, the preferred candidate of both President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The win by Moore, the controversial former state supreme court chief justice who was twice removed from the bench, is a victory for the Republican Party’s anti-establishment wing. Supporters demonstrated that they can help mastermind a win even when the man they helped get to the White House wasn’t on their side.
And it’s a rebuke for Trump, who threw his political capital behind Strange — to no avail — in a state where he remains very popular.
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