Bannon Dumps on Mitt’s DNA

Judge Roy Moore has more honor and integrity in that pinkie finger than your entire family has in its whole DNA,” Bannon said in his 30-minute speech at Oak Hollow Farm. “You hid behind your religion. You went to France to be a missionary while guys were dying in rice paddies in Vietnam. Do not talk to me about honor and integrity,” he said, referencing Romney’s Mormon faith.

You have to laugh! It is coming out evangelical voted for Trump because they feel persecuted, left out. Tump decided to change all that, and give his base some primetime play by backing Roy Moore, and sending his Hierophant, Steve Bannon, to do some Carpet bagging. Then, why not give them Jerusalem. That will put them in the limelight!

On Roy’s Holy Forgiveness stage, Bannon drops his pants – and shits all over the Mormon religion, by saying Romney’s genetics are cowardly. My God, this cosmology is based upon collecting records of your kinfolk and helping their DNA have an afterlife, because, Smith had not founded this American born religion, yet. The dead are given a posthumous chance at redemption, then, here it come………….Trump’s Mugwart!

Now, saddle up you teen fondlers, and ride to Jerusalem to see what kind of shit you can stir up there! Don’t worry about the cost. The Republicans just gave the military a shit load of money, as well as money for private schools, where the Ten Commandments are taught. ISIS leaders are wishing they held back – till a guy like Trump came along! Then, all of Islam would have gotten behind them, especially the Mormons!

Bannon’s ‘Mitt’s Penis Is Evil, and Roy’s Is Not’ speech will be remembered for two thousand years, and be stored in Granite Mountain. Hardcore Evangelicals are comparing it to Charleton Heston’s utterance as he held up his pinky finger.

“From my cold dead rectum!”

Jon Presco

Former White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon speaks during a rally for U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore in Fairhope, Ala., on Tuesday. (Brynn Anderson/AP)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2017/12/05/bannon-rails-at-romney-in-alabama-speech-you-hid-behind-your-religion-to-avoid-vietnam/

FAIRHOPE, Ala. — Former White House political strategist Stephen K. Bannon rallied for Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore by picking another fight with a figure from the so-called Republican establishment: 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

“Judge Roy Moore has more honor and integrity in that pinkie finger than your entire family has in its whole DNA,” Bannon said in his 30-minute speech at Oak Hollow Farm. “You hid behind your religion. You went to France to be a missionary while guys were dying in rice paddies in Vietnam. Do not talk to me about honor and integrity,” he said, referencing Romney’s Mormon faith.

Romney, one of many Republicans who called on Moore to quit the race last month, had taken another swing at the candidate after President Trump officially endorsed him. Like all but one of those Republicans — Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) — Romney criticized Moore without urging voters to support his Democratic rival.

MOBILE, Ala. — Democrat Doug Jones is taking off the gloves with one week to go in the Alabama Senate race, blasting Republican opponent Roy Moore by suggesting he belongs in prison, not the Senate.

In a blistering speech that his campaign had billed as a major address, Jones said the nine women accusing Moore of sexual impropriety when they were teenagers should be believed and that Moore was unfit for the job even before they came forward.

“I damn sure believe that I have done my part to ensure that men who hurt little girls should go to jail and not the United States Senate,” the former federal prosecutor said.

The Senate candidate is accused of sexually abusing a teen girl and sexual misconduct towards other teens and young women, decades ago.

The move is roiling US allies because it bucks international norms and has the potential to destabilize the region. Recognizing Jerusalem as the Israeli capital could upend efforts led by Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to revive Mideast peace talks; could spark regional protests that might put US military and diplomatic personnel at risk; and could hand a propaganda weapon to militant groups and Iran, analysts say.

 

We’re still a week out from the United States Senate special election in Alabama, and the race certainly isn’t getting any less acrimonious. The RNC has now resumed funding Roy Moore’s campaign in the wake of President Trump throwing his support behind the candidate, despite new evidence surfacing from one of Moore’s accusers. On Tuesday morning, CNN’s Poppy Harlow welcomed Jane Porter, Moore’s campaign spokesperson onto New Day, and the two women had a heated exchange.

At one point, Porter said to Harlow, “One of the jobs of journalists is to not just take an Academy Award performance at face value,” in regards to one accuser account. “You need to dig into the facts.” When it was pointed out by Harlow that the woman’s story was corroborated by 30 people, Porter shot back, “The corroboration, Poppy we need to make it clear that there’s a group of non-accusers that did not accuse the judge of any sexual misconduct or anything illegal.” Say what?

Earlier in the exchange, Porter really set the pregnant Harlow off by saying, “Here’s a question that should be asked, if you care about child abuse, you should be talking about the fact that Judge Roy Moore stands for protection. Not only of our Second Amendment rights so we can protect ourselves against predators; for the rights of babies, like your eight-month baby that you’re carrying now.” She continued, really going off the rails, “Doug Jones says that you can take the life of that baby, and we should pay for it with Planned Parenthood, who wants to sell us the organs…”

“Let’s leave my child out of this,” Harlow responded in no uncertain terms, clearly perturbed. “Let’s leave my child out of this.”

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