Let's see how many Establishment figures from both the lying, traitorous Republican Party and the satanic Democratic Party give their support to the opponent of Roy Moore in his election for US Senator.
Read the article below and tell us how Trump got it so wrong and campaigned for Luther Strange. By the way, the Narcissist In Chief tried to pretend he hadn't supported Strange: "After the candidate whom President Trump backed in Tuesday's Alabama Senate primary, Luther Strange, lost to Roy Moore, Trump summarily deleted several tweets he had made in support of Strange. However, they were archived on ProPublica's Politiwhoops website.
Among them: "Luther Strange has been shooting up in the Alabama polls since my endorsement. Finish the job-vote today for "Big Luther"
And: "ALABAMA, get out and vote for Luther Strange-he has proven to me that he will never let you down!#MAGA" "
http://www.npr.org/2017/09/28/554292680 ... thers-loss
Bob Livingston writes:
First of all, banish from your mind that the Republican Party leadership — aka, the establishment — is or has ever been conservative. They are corporatists and statists. Another word for it is fascist.
They are cronies in bed with big business, Wall Street, the military-industrial complex and Zionism (aka Israel-firstism). Same for the Democrat leadership, except for them, throw in also Hollywood, labor unions and trial lawyers along with big business and Wall Street.
So when I speak about "Republicans" here, I'm talking about Republican voters and some of the Republican-voting pundit class.
The Republican Party elite once embraced conservatives into its ranks both as voters and candidates, even if they (the elites) had no interest in governing as conservatives. In doing so, they led astray great numbers of middle class Americans, especially Christians, patriots and other good folks. One of the greatest of all the culprits in this deception was George W. Bush and his "compassionate conservatism" followed by his "War on Terror," which is a make-work scheme for the military-industrial complex, sop for the banksters, preservation of the petro-dollar and the Middle East hegemony of Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Note that in a federal government dominated by a Republican majority whether under Bush or now Donald Trump — the federal leviathan grows in power, coupled together with New World Order.
Note, too, that Republican-appointed judges continue to rule in favor of the state and the progressive agenda in almost all cases. Cases in point: Bush-nominated Supreme Court Justice John Roberts ruled in favor of Obamacare and Reagan-nominated Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy ruled in favor of gay "marriage."
The Republican elite have abandoned any pretext of conservatism, choosing instead wars and big government, socialism and open borders.
Today's Republican elite — what some of the Republican voting rank and file call Republicans in name only (RINOs) — are not conservative by any definition. They have by and large embraced neoconservatism.
Neoconservatives are the proverbial "liberals who have been mugged" and are converts to pseudo-conservatism. Their true history is that the leading lights of neo-conservatism were/are ex-Trotskyites — followers of the Menshevik communist philosophy of Lenin's early Soviet comrade, Leon Trotsky. They fled the liberalism of the Democrat party when they perceived it had become soft on the Soviet Union.
They can be found of late via their Russia-phobic actions and statements, but they are the faux conservatives of the George Bush (both I and II), Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, John Bolton, Paul Wolfowitz, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, William Kristol, Charles Krauthammer, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Rush Limbaugh wing of the Republican Party. They are pro-war Zionists, Council on Foreign Relations/Trilateral Commission adherents who advocate using both soft and hard power to establish U.S. hegemony over the world, primarily on behalf of Israel and Saudi Arabia and the New World Order and to preserve the petro dollar and "spread democracy," which is not freedom in any sense.
They defend the eternal keeping of our soldier-children in South Korea, Germany, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and wherever a "radical Muslim" may be found.
They disparage those who speak of the District of Columbia as if it were a sewer. (It is!) And they criticize and ostracize those who want to eliminate unconstitutional and intrusive government and believe that God is the source of our rights and moral law — as the Founders did.
Judge Roy Moore, who just secured the Republican nomination for Senator from Alabama, is a true conservative who believes in God and the Constitution. That's why Mitch McConnell's Senate Leadership PAC and Karl Rove's American Crossroads PAC — along with other faux-conservative organizations — just dumped $13 million-plus to try and beat Moore and other more traditional conservatives running for Jeff Sessions' Senate seat.
The propaganda war against Moore has reached a fever pitch in the media among the Republican establishment. Rove penned an article for The Wall Street Journal in which he called Moore's election "a disastrous day for the GOP." (By 'GOP', Rove means the establishment, so we can hope.)
The CIA mouthpiece The Washington Post had two columns on Moore's victory over the establishment; one in which it claimed the country lost when Moore won, and another claiming his victory was bad for Alabama and worse for the GOP.
MSNBC's Chuck Todd claimed Moore "doesn't appear to believe in the Constitution" because he (Moore) believes our rights come from God.
Each of these stories tell the history of Moore being ousted from the Alabama Supreme Court two times, stating — falsely — that he was removed for violating the Constitution.
Moore was ousted the first time in 2003 after he refused an order from a federal judge to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the State Judicial Building. That is not why he was removed, but it was the pretext for his removal, as testimony from his hearing before an unelected, unaccountable panel of lawyers called the Alabama Court of the Judiciary (ACJ) shows. He was prosecuted in that hearing by then-Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor, an establishment-favored Republican under the control of the Rove-Bush regime.
It was this unaccountable body that removed Moore because he refused to agree to cease honoring God. And for this Pryor was rewarded with a lifetime appointment from Bush to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals (and he's been listed as a potential Trump Supreme Court nominee).
The same unaccountable body essentially removed Moore a second time in 2016 by suspending him without pay after he instructed Alabama probate judges to prohibit same-sex couples from receiving marriage licenses after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay "marriage" in Obergefell.
Alabamians had voted overwhelmingly for a state constitutional amendment prohibiting gay marriage, and Moore was awaiting clarification from the Supreme Court on whether Alabama's amendment had standing.
When the ACJ refused to hear his appeals and left his unpaid suspension in place, Moore decided to resign and run for Sessions' Senate seat rather than be left in limbo without pay.
So Moore was not removed for "violating the Constitution," as the establishment mouthpieces would have you believe. Moore has been a devout defender of the Constitution and of God.
Moore believes, as Patrick Buchanan writes:
...that man-made law must conform to the "Laws of Nature and of Nature's God," as written in Jefferson's Declaration of Independence.
If a law contradicts God's law, it is invalid, nonbinding. In some cases, civil disobedience, deliberate violation of such a law, may be the moral duty of a Christian.
Moore believes God's Law is even above the Constitution, at least as interpreted by recent Supreme Courts.
Homosexuality, an abomination in the Old Testament (and New Testament – BL), Moore sees as "an inherent evil." When the high court, in Obergefell v. Hodges, discovered a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, Moore, back on the Alabama court, defied the decision, was suspended again, and resigned.
Postmodern America may see the judge as a refugee from the Neolithic period. Yet, his convictions, and how he has stood by them, are going to attract folks beyond Alabama. And the judge's views on God, man and law are not without a distinguished paternity.
In his "Letter from Birmingham Jail," Dr. King wrote: "(T)here are two types of laws: there are just laws, and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that 'An unjust law is no law at all.''
Many Christians believe that what the Supreme Court did in Roe v. Wade — declare an unborn child's right to life contingent upon whether its mother wishes to end it — violates God's law, "Thou shalt not kill."
Throughout our history, people acting upon such beliefs have defied laws, and are today celebrated for it.
Abolitionists, in violation of laws they believed immoral, set up the Underground Railroad to help slaves escape to freedom. King believed that laws imposing racial segregation violated the American "creed" that "all men are created equal" and acted on that belief.
Thomas Moore is considered by Catholics to be a saint and moral hero for defying Henry VIII's demand, among others, that he endorse a lie, that the king's marriage to Anne Boleyn was not adultery.
Moore's victory over the establishment has restored moral courage to foundering conservatives. Conservative candidates are coming out of the woodwork, emboldened to state their convictions and challenge the establishment. Even some conservative pundits who have been timid in the face of the elites are growing backbones and backing Moore and, along with him, principals of morality and the Constitution.
Christianity and the moral truths it has taught for 2,000 years have been deposed from the pre-eminent position they held until after World War II, and are now rejected as a source of law. They have been replaced by the tenets of a secular humanism that is the prevailing orthodoxy of our new cultural, social and intellectual elites. If elected, Judge Moore, one imagines, will not be rendering respectfully unto the new Caesar.
Maybe Moore can help lead the Republican Party out of its worldly, godless, state of anti-Constitutional universalism, globalism and immorality.
Yours for the truth,
Editor, The Bob Livingston Letter™
As a prophet reveals the truth it divides the people. (T)he worldly either want to close the mouth of the prophet, or else act as if the prophet didn’t exist, rather than repent of their sins. Popularity is never a test of truth. Ezra Taft Benson