Rep Mo Brooks, an Alabama conservative, was doing everything he could to get President Trump to recognize him as the preferred true conservative and in doing so win his endorsement for next Tuesday’s Senate race. He may have been successful in one regard, in establishing himself as the true Trump candidate, and that may be exactly what cost him the support of the President.
While most of his Cabinet picks have been outstanding, President Trump has made some puzzling decisions in some personnel matters, such as with General HR McMaster, Dina Habib Powell, and Gary Cohn, all known globalists and their ilk that are now packing the NSC. Rod Rosenstein as Deputy AG was no gem either and Christopher Wray at the FBI is a problem waiting to happen. He’s refused to purge the Obama holdovers, somehow accepting their betrayal as preferable to draining them from the swamp.
Now he’s showing that same puzzling behavior in endorsing a Mitch McConnell lackey in the race for the Alabama Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The only possible explanation for President Trump endorsing the current acting Senator, Luther Strange, would be as a favor to or part of a deal with Senate Majority Leader Mitch “White Flag” McConnell.
Despite professing himself to be a Republican, pro-life and a conservative, is nothing but a RINO on his best days, and an establishment street-walker serving his DC pimps on most. As “New York Magazine” put it, “This was quite the coup for Strange, the appointed senator whose lavish financial backing from national Republican groups associated with Mitch McConnell hasn’t kept him from languishing in second place in all the recent polls, almost visibly struggling to hang on and make a certain September 26th runoff.”
They added, “You have to figure something involving the president’s turbulent relationship with McConnell made the difference in triggering this endorsement of his candidate. Mitch now clearly owes him one.”
The Conservative Brooks responded to the tweeted endorsement almost in disbelief, saying, “I respect President Trump, but I am baffled and disappointed Mitch McConnell and the Swamp somehow misled the President into endorsing Luther Strange.”
Former Alabama co-chairman of the Trump campaign and state legislator, Ed Henry, said “It’s a sad day for Alabama when Trump lets the swamp dictate who he endorses for our Senator. We chose Trump to break the stranglehold the political elitists have on our Nation, not to have him tighten the grip. Sad, sad day.”
In a campaign mailing on Brooks’ behalf by the Senate Conservatives Fund, President Ken Cuccinelli II wrote, “Mitch McConnell has vowed to ‘crush’ conservatives everywhere so he can fill the Senate with pro-establishment Republicans.
Now he’s trying to crush another conservative in the special election in Alabama where he and his allies have pledged to spend $8 million to destroy the opponent of his favored candidate. His target is conservative Congressman Mo Brooks who has been endorsed by Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and House Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows.
If you’re tired of these attacks on conservatives and you want real change in the U.S. Senate, then take action right now to deliver a stunning defeat to Mitch McConnell in Alabama. He added, “Defeating Mitch McConnell in Alabama will send a message to Washington that the voters are rejecting his failed leadership, which will in turn help spur Senate Republicans to replace him.”
President Trump may have given the edge to Brooks after all. As much as his endorsement is valued and would have been welcomed by Rep Brooks, the flip side is perhaps equally as useful and appealing to voters, the opportunity to deliver a blow to the despised Mitch McConnell. He’s trying to buy his way to a Democrat-lite GOP so he can work openly to advance the globalist establishment agenda.
Alabamans aren’t lazy, uninformed voters. They see what’s going on. A vote for Brooks is a vote both for good government and against the DC Swamp, the George Soros types who purchase candidates as their means of buying power.
The question is, on August 15th, will Alabamans be bought or will they tell McConnell to stick it?
— Mo Brooks (@mobrooksforsen) August 9, 2017
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