The Rise of Senator Roy Moore

We’re thrilled by the election of Judge Roy Moore.

I’ve long supported Roy Moore. My wife voted for him in the August primary. We both voted for him yesterday. Roy Moore is a godly man and the much needed antidote to the LGBTQ agenda which has been shoved down our throats 24/7 by Corporate America for last two years now. In fact, the insanity of gender confusion has reached the point where I tweet about it more any other issue.

If I had openly supported Moore in the Republican primary, it would have been fodder for a media narrative that “white supremacists support Roy Moore” and would have been an unnecessary distraction in the race. Now that the primary is over and Roy Moore’s victory over Democrat Doug Jones in the general election is all but assured, it is time to celebrate this huge victory.

We’re going to have a US senator who openly brandishes firearms at political rallies, who despises the SPLC who had him removed from the Alabama Supreme Court, who believes Christianity should inform our government, who has the backbone to defy federal judges, who bans cigarettes, drinking and profanity at his events and who believes homosexuality should be illegal. Aside from openly endorsing Alabama’s secession, it doesn’t get anymore based than that in American politics.

Roy Moore is going to rise far in American politics. He is Ted Cruz without being a slimy, calculating, self-interested, insincere foreigner. He is Donald Trump without being a vain, unprincipled moral degenerate and New York con artist. Roy Moore brings a strong dose of Christian social conservatism to Trump’s economic nationalism. He is much closer to our ideal Alt-South candidate: Southern, Christian, populist and nationalist, slashing and willing to defy the federal government.

The rise of Roy Moore is the latest evidence that the forces unleashed by Donald Trump, particularly in the South, are now moving beyond their standard bearer. Trump was only the figurehead of the revolution and a passing phase of what is going on in the base of the Republican Party. It has been our position all along that Trump is just a phase like the Tea Party. The White vote in the South, which was splintered during the late 20th century, has reconsolidated like it was in the Jim Crow South. In other words, the Republican Party now has a corporate elite which exists in constant tension with a White working class base which over the last twenty years has come to resemble the old Democratic Party.

As the Luther Stranges and Bob Corkers of the Chamber of Commerce-controlled, New South era Republican Party melt away in defeat and retirement, we’re going to see the gradual reemergence of the colorful Southern populist. Roy Moore’s political arrival is the first of many to come. In the US Senate, I expect Moore to become the social conservative version of Rand Paul, an implacable enemy of the LGBTQ lobby which has hitherto encountered little opposition in Congress.

The sheer radicalism of the LGBTQ agenda has surprised many of us since the triumph of gay marriage. We always knew it wouldn’t stop there (freedom and equality never does in “free society”), but transsexuals in the military, integrated gender-neutral restrooms, indoctrinating children in transgender ideology, mangling pronouns and outright denying the existence of biological differences between men and women has shown this movement is far worse than we ever imagined. In Weimerica, it is now arguable whether immigration is even the most damaging issue our culture is facing.

Are the Mexicans here worse than the Thots and Lactatia?

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