Democratic AL Senate Candidate Delivers A Sick Burn To Steve Bannon Ahead Of Moore Rally


Stephen K. Bannon is Donald Trump’s fired White House Chief Strategist. He is also a known white supremacist who is running similarly bigoted and incendiary candidates in order to burn down the GOP establishment. One such candidate is Roy Moore (R-AL), who is an accused child molester, a virulent homophobe, an avowed racist, and just an all around bad guy who is outrageously unfit for the United States Senate. In other words, he is the perfect Bannon Senate candidate.

This far, Moore’s challenger, Democrat Doug Jones, has kept the race focused on the issues, and has stayed away from Moore’s many controversies. All of that changed Tuesday night when Bannon was down in Alabama campaigning for Roy Moore. Jones tore into Bannon in spectacular fashion, shedding his mild-mannered demeanor for pure fury, and he used Trump’s favorite platform to do so, Twitter:

Jones, of course, is correct. Even though Bannon is largely credited with building Trump’s coalition in the right places and getting him over the finish line and into the White House, he didn’t last long once he was in there. Even before he was fired, many establishment Republicans were deeply uncomfortable with Bannon. Moore has been removed from the Alabama Supreme Court twice for violating the law. So, birds of a feather and all of that.

The only silver lining here is that perhaps the GOP will sink itself for allowing someone like Bannon to expose them for what they are – a party full of bigoted extremists who are obsessed with power and don’t give a damn about anyone or anything they are supposed to represent.

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