[Rushtalk] Moore's Loss..................

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Wed Dec 13 20:13:50 MST 2017

What is the chance ex-cons have a chip on their shoulder with a Judge?    Tom
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John Quayle <blueoval57 at verizon.net> wrote:

>*Soros largely responsible for this disaster*
>*Breitbart reveals Soros groups registering felons to oppose Moore in 
>Alabama election *
>*Natalia Dueholm**,**LifeSiteNews*
>December 7, 2017 (LifeSiteNews <http://lifesitenews.com/>) – Breitbart 
>news revealed 
><http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/03/soros-army-alabama-register-convicted-felons-vote-roy-moore/> that 
>Soros-funded organizations have been working for months in Alabama to 
>stop the election of conservative Christian Judge Roy Moore, the 
>pro-life Republican candidate for U.S. Senate.
>On December 12, Moore faces Democratic challenger Doug Jones, known for 
>his radical pro-abortion stance. Breitbart claims that Jones is being 
>backed by many American billionaire globalist George Soros’ 
>organizations in the election. All of these groups strongly support 
>abortion, LGBT, radical leftist agendas, and promote anti-Trump 
>Breitbart revealed 
>that Jones “is tied to some of the specific organizations associated 
>with the drive to register felons” in Alabama. Among them is the 
>Soros-funded *Brennan Center for Justice 
>Jones also voiced support on his personal website of the Alabama-based 
>*Equal Justice Initiative*, another Soros-financed group.
>Breitbart identified the man spearheading the campaign as Pastor Kenneth 
>Glasgow, who “successfully registered thousands of felons across Alabama 
>in recent weeks.” Glasgow is the president of the *Ordinary People 
>Society (TOPS)* and former leader of the radical *Free Alabama Movement 
>(FAM)*, which has worked with many radical left organizations, such as 
>the *Industrial Workers of the World* and the *Anarchist Black Cross 
>Federation*. He is not alone in his efforts to turn Alabama blue.
>His strategy was possible thanks to a new law passed this year by the 
>state legislature. As The Birmingham News reported, 
>the bill “signed by Gov. Kay Ivey in May, cleared the way for thousands 
>of felons to restore their voting rights.” The law does not allow every 
>convicted felon to vote; there is a list 
><https://legiscan.com/AL/text/HB282/2017> of crimes whose commission 
>makes the perpetrator ineligible. The list includes murder, rape, 
>soliciting a minor, and drug trafficking.
>The state of Alabama wasn’t required to inform the felons about the 
>legal change, but numerous groups linked to the Democratic Party sued 
>the state to force it to do so.
>According to Breitbart, last year the *Campaign Legal Center*, as well 
>as the *American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama* (ACLU), both 
>Soros-funded, took legal action to force the state to inform convicted 
>felons that they can vote. Over the last few months, they also have been 
>registering people to vote in their legal clinics.
>The ACLU has also worked with Glasgow’s TOPS and organized a Voter 
>Rights Restoration training session in Alabama. Breitbart reported that 
>the ACLU dedicated a special section on its web site to getting 
>supporters to register for the Alabama senate race. The group also used 
>Twitter to promote the voter registration drive in the state.
>Other organizations, such as *MoveOn.org* and the *League of Women 
>Voters of Alabama*, also have been working to increase voter turnout. 
>Both are heavily funded by Soros’ Open Society.
>Glasgow, half-brother of the Rev. Al Sharpton and described by the New 
>York Times as a “onetime criminal,” envisioned a decade ago 
>that if convicts could vote, “There would be a lot of difference in our 
>legislators, our elected officials and our presidents that we’ve had.” 
>He said, “It would definitely change the political spectrum of Alabama.” 
>Glasgow now hopes that people with criminal records “swarming the polls” 
>can give the win to Jones.
>The case of Virginia surely gives Glasgow grounds for optimism. In last 
>month’s governor’s race, ex-felons voted after Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), 
>close friend of the Clintons, had given them back their voting rights. 
>  Democratic candidate Ralph Northam was voted into the governor’s 
>mansion in Richmond, defeating the Republican.
>Jones, former U.S. attorney, opposes the repeal of the Affordable Care 
>Act (Obamacare) and is open to a “public option 
>in healthcare. He supports same sex “marriage”, and opposes an abortion 
>ban after the 20th week of gestation.
>Moore is not shy about discussing God, reciting his own pro-life poetry, 
>and quoting the Founding Fathers’ speeches. His defense of Alabama’s 
>natural marriage law cost him his job as Alabama State Supreme Court 
>Chief Justice. After easily winning 
>in the primary, he was accused of improper sexual behavior, charges 
>brought by the Washington Post, which he strongly denies.
>Speaking to CNN, 
>Janet Porter, a spokesperson for Moore called them “false accusations” 
>and blamed the media for not investigating them.  She called Moore’s 
>opponents "People who are out to get him because there is a Senate seat 
>in play that has the Supreme Court in the balance."
>Porter added, "Instead of with the lynch mob media, instead of the 
>Democrat liberals, instead of the convicted felons that George Soros is 
>registering to vote, I side with the man who stood for the Ten 
>Commandments, for God, his principles and his impeccable character."
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