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Why Roy Moore Lost GOP Alabama US Senate Run

It's simple really. There is a lesson to learn here. A case of too many cooks mixing a broth.  

Roy Moore lost because he was not propperly vetted. And we got too many parties involved in Alabama elections.

Between Mitch McConnell angering a large group of Mo Brooks supporters with his negative and misleading ads. 

Steve Bannon, by angering a large section of Luther Strange supporters, a large portion did not show up to vote for Roy Moore.

With the final death knelt was Roy Moore accusers that gave Jones 98% of the black women votes and around 60% of the white women voters.

Roy was a very flawed candidate, mainly to women.

Roy Moore could have taken the polygraph machine, or sued for defamation, he didn't do none of that, but deny the accusations. 

Trump is Trump. Just as Obama was Obama. People don't want their president tied on to campaigns, when Democrats lost over 1,200 national, state and local seats during Obama's tenure.

Maybe the lesson we learn here is, we got to work with GOP we've got. Not split it, as we did in Alabama. 

And most definately, presidents should avoid at all costs taking acting senators from the US senate.

 If we repeat this again, we're sunk in the midterms. Guaranteed 

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Why Roy Moore Lost GOP Alabama US Senate Run


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