Last night on CNN I was part of both the national and international discussion regarding the stunning victory of Doug Jones over Roy Moore in the Alabama special senate election.
Whereas Alabama went blue momentarily, there is something sobering in the reality that it took an electoral miracle to defeat the pro-slavery, anti-14th amendment, accused sexual deviant who has a “Jewish lawyer” as proof of his racial benevolence candidate.
Nonetheless, this doesn’t necessarily predict the result of the 2018 Midterms, but does serve as evidence that President Trump is of negligible influence when endorsing candidates. He is now 0-3.
We covered it all…
The #AlabamaSpecialElection a blow to #trump and #Bannon and what this means for #Midterms2018 w @carolineheldman @austingreen2_ @MrMokelly @Johnnydontlike https://t.co/MssLhNlZrX
— john vause (@vausecnn) December 13, 2017
[email protected] “We should be cautious not to ascribe the enthusiasm of what was going on in Alabama to naturally spread around the country. It’s a long time between now and 2018” https://t.co/BO2KVWdgjY
— Early Start (@EarlyStart) December 13, 2017