The National Black Republican Association (NBRA) released a statement on Saturday in support of embattled Alabama Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate, Judge Roy Moore.
Co-founder and Chairman of the National Black Republican Association, retired Army Lt. Colonel Frances Rice and a native of Atlanta, Georgia spelled out her and NBRA’s reasons for their support.
In support of the Trump Agenda for American prosperity and national security, and, while recognizing Alabama voters will make the ultimate decision, the National Black Republican Association herewith endorses Judge Roy Moore for the U.S. Senate based on the following considerations:
Judge Moore who shares our support of the Trump Agenda has over 40 years of public service, has been married to the same woman for 33 years and has four children and five grandchildren;
Judge Moore’s opponent, Doug Jones, is an ultra-liberal Democrat who does not support the Trump Agenda and is on the wrong side of a crucial life and death issue — the killing of innocent, unborn children;
Doug Jones would not have voted to confirm Jeff Sessions as Attorney General and will vote in lock-step with the liberal Democrats in Congress who are now voting solidly against the Trump Agenda and, thus, against the economic progress and national security of our country;
The liberal media that functions as an advocacy arm of the Democratic Party launched a political dirty trick just weeks before the election, orchestrating reports of incidents alleged to have taken place when the now 70-year-old former state Supreme Court Judge Moore was serving as an assistant district attorney in his early 30s;
Judge Moore has denied the allegations and, if any of the allegations were true, they would have been made public long before now, plus none of Judge Moore’s accusers ever filed a police report or a civil suit;
The liberal media and Democrat hypocrites who are attacking Judge Moore now with mere allegations are tolerant of alleged, admitted and proven sexual abuse by liberal Democrats; and
There was no chorus of calls by the liberal media or Democratic Party leaders for the resignations of:
Democrat President Bill Clinton, for his many allegations of sexual misconduct, including a charge of rape by Juanita Broderick.
Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, for his philandering, including being involved in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne.
Democrat Senator Al Franken of Minnesota, for allegations of sexual misconduct by four women.
Democrat Representative John Conyers of Michigan, the longest serving member in the U.S. House and the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, as has been done by his hometown paper, the Detroit Free Press, for allegations of sexual misconduct.
Democrat Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, for hiring his male lover, Stephen Gobie, as an administrative aide who operated a male prostitute business from the basement of Frank’s home.
Democrat Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, for participating in a gay pride parade in San Francisco, marching with representatives of the North American Man-Boy Love Association who advocate sex between mature men and young boys.
Democrat former Representative Fred Richmond of New York, for being arrested in 1978 after soliciting sex from a 16-year-old, but still won re-election and remained in Congress before eventually resigning in 1982 after pleading guilty to tax evasion and drug possession.
Now deceased Democrat Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii, for his being accused in the 1990s by numerous women of sexual harassment.
Now deceased Democrat former Representative Gus Savage of Illinois, for having been accused of fondling a Peace Corps volunteer in 1989 while on a trip to Africa.
Now deceased Democrat former Representative John Young of Texas, for having increased the salary of a staffer after she gave in to his sexual advances and who won re-election in 1976; and now deceased Democrat Representative Gerry Studds of Massachusetts, for having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old male page in 1983 and who stayed in Congress until he retired in 1997 when he was lauded by Democrats and honored with an award named after him called the “Congressman Gerry E. Studds Visibility Award.”
The National Black Republican Association is an organization that is committed to returning African Americans to their Republican Party roots and can be reached at: [email protected]
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