Today is finally the day when Alabama voters decide who will represent them in the United States Senate and whether liberals outside of their state will impose their will on residents.
Republican Roy Moore or Democrat Doug Jones will be giving a victory speech sometime tonight and as with President Trump, the entire establishment is hellbent that it is not Moore, they hate outsiders in D.C. more than anything, especially those who don’t play by the rules.
Moore has been tried, convicted and lynched in the media and by scummy swamp dwelling politicians of both parties and the local legend who once held a commanding lead will have truly triumphed if he is able to circumvent a solid month of sleazy propaganda.
Celebrities and prominent African-Americans have been fanning out across the state to stump for Jones, a flaming liberal who will help stack the Senate deck more against Trump than it already is.
One of those celebs is former NBA star and current announcer Charles Barkley who has already blasted Moore as a “white separatist” joined the efforts to boost the black turnout and called out Moore’s supporters as “brainwashed” as well as “damn idiots”, the Democrats rest their case.
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Count Charles Barkley among the masses not excited about the prospect of an accused child predator joining the United States Senate.
The always outspoken Alabama son and Auburn basketball icon took to the campaign stage and CNN Monday night to support Democratic candidate Doug Jones and oppose the candidacy of Republican Roy Moore in Tuesday’s special election for U.S. Senate representing Alabama.
“At some point, we’ve got to stop looking like idiots to the nation,” Barkley told Jones supporters at rally in Birmingham. “I love Alabama, but we’ve got to draw a line in the sand.”
His statements came on the heels of an interview with with Al.com explaining his motivation to speak out against the controversial senate candidate.
“It can’t be Roy Moore,” Barkley told Al.com. “To me it’s silliness that this guy’s trying to win.”
While Barkley admittedly doesn’t know much about Doug Jones, the prospect of Moore being elected is enough for him to get involved.
“This is unbelievable to me,” Barkley told Al.com. “You couldn’t make it up. If somebody sent you a script, with all he’s done and said, you wouldn’t believe he could still be in the race.”
He was also critical of Alabamians supporting Moore, calling them “brainwashed.”
“All you have to do is talk about God and say you don’t like homosexuals … and abortion,” he said. “People are calling me saying, ‘Really Charles? Really?’ I’m embarrassed by it.”
In an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon, Barkley took Alabamians to task for listening to right-wing political activist and former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon, whom he called a white separatist and is on the campaign trail for Moore.
“There’s a faction of people in the South; they’ve got all the money and all the control,” Barkley told Lemon. “They just want to keep us dumbed down and keep all the money and the power.
“What America has become is rich people screwing poor people.”
Ironic that Barkley would play the class warfare card considering how he is a multimillionaire but as with the rest of the left, these people are the biggest hypocrites on the planet.
Jones has already dived into the gutter with the circulation of an insidiously racist flyer that the mainstream media gave him a pass on while at the same time broadcasting around the clock that Moore is a racist.
Will the smears work? Tune in tomorrow.