McConnell Groveled Trump Endorsement For Swamp Lackey – Brooks Vote Is Anti-McConnell

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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?

 

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23 Comments on McConnell Groveled Trump Endorsement For Swamp Lackey – Brooks Vote Is Anti-McConnell

  1. Kelleigh.
    i am the BIGGEST FAN OF NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST YOU WILL EVER MEET.
    i have a couple of books around here somewhere about him and his life and what he did during the civil war.
    and no he DIDN’T START THE KKK.
    before the ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION AND CONSTITUTION, when the puritans established their society here in America they went by YAHWEH’S LAW OF THE BIBLE.
    and lasted until the articles of confederation, but the CREATION OF THE CONSTITUTION DID AWAY WITH YAHWEH’S LAW, AND REPLACED IT WITH MAN’S LAW, SO OUR FOUNDERS USURPED YAHWEH’S LAW.
    AND WE’RE STILL UNDER THE LAW BUT BY GRACE WITH JESUS SACRIFICE AT THE CROSS.
    OUR CONSTITUTION WAS SUPPOSEDLY WRITTEN FOR A MORAL AND JUST PEOPLE WHICH HAS ALSO BEEN USURPED BY BLACK ROBED TYRANTS AND POLITICIANS.
    WERE NOT RULED BY JUST LAWS OF GOD, BUT BY MAN THE USURPERS OF GOD’S JUST LAWS.
    AND NOTHING WILL CHANGE MY MIND ABOUT JUDGE ROY MOORE.
    have a good weekend MA’AM.

  2. Kelleigh Nelson // August 12, 2017 at 8:22 pm // Reply

    Jim, my husband’s family too, and my husband really is a scholar on the Northern War of Aggression, but I know politicians, and Moore’s love of the Dominionists, and his idiotic belief that a con-con will get him a marriage amendment doesn’t speak well for him. Look, Nathan Bedford Forrest’s picture hangs in our foyer, we get the whole rewriting of history by the so-called victor and we know what the carpet baggers did for 12 years in the south. We also know that it’s total bullcrap that Nathan B. Forrest started the KKK, he actually rode with the country sheriffs to disband them when they went bad. But that’s another story.

    Do you know what reconstructionism/dominionism is? They want a theocracy (they want to run the govt., just their brand of Christians although dominionism is heretical. They want a theonomy, which means they want their brand of govt. run on the 613 Old Testament laws other than a few dietary laws. And, they believe in stoning sinners in the street, i.e., homosexuals, adulterers, those who take the Lord’s name in vain, disobedient children, etc.

    They believe the law is still in effect and discount the sacrifice of Christ. Once Christ shed his blood, the old law of Moses passed away. We are now under the Law of Christ. Even Moses’ 10 commandments passed away. Christ encompassed all in Do unto others, but he did give us nine laws that were much like the 10 commandments, but it didn’t mean the 10 commandments were kept. In fact the 4th commandment is not repeated in the New Testament because now every day is a day unto Christ…I could go on with this, but suffice it to say that one of the top leaders of this heretical doctrine said this:
    “The long-term goal of Christians in politics should be to gain exclusive control over the franchise. Those who refuse to submit publicly to the eternal sanctions of God by submitting to His Church’s public marks of the covenant–baptism and holy communion–must be denied citizenship, just as they were in ancient Israel.” Gary North, Political Polytheism: The Myth of Pluralism (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989), p. 87. and he also writes:

    . In his book, “The Sinai Strategy,” he writes (caught on the Wayback machine),
    “The question eventually must be raised: Is it a criminal offense to take the name of the Lord in vain? When people curse their parents, it unquestionably is a capital crime (Ex.21:17). The son or daughter is under the lawful jurisdiction of the family. The integrity of the family must be maintained by the threat of death. Clearly, cursing God (blasphemy) is a comparable crime, and is therefore a capital crime (Lev. 24:16, “And he that blasphemeth the name of the Lord, he shall surely be put to death, and all the congregation shall certainly stone him.”)
    Reconstructionists provide the most enthusiastic constituency for stoning since the Taliban seized Kabul. In North’s, God’s Monopoly of Execution he asks,
    “Why stoning? “There are many reasons. First, the implements of execution are available to everyone at virtually no cost. Second, no one blow can be traced to any person. Third, public stoning makes it clear to everyone that the whole community is responsible for the prevention of criminal behavior. Fourth, executions are to be personal, not impersonal. The condemned man has the right to confront his executioners face to face. Stoning is therefore integral to the commandment against murder. The fifth and by far the most important reason is that stoning is literally a means of crushing the murderer’s head by means of a rock, which is symbolic of God. This is analogous to the crushing of the head of the serpent in Genesis 3:15. This symbolism testifies to the final victory of God over all the hosts of Satan.”

    So, Jim, this is what Roy Moore is into, not to mention that he is a lawyer and a judge and should know good and well the history of the first Constitutional Convention, and that there is no way he’ll ever get an amendment by opening the Constitution. All he will get is a destruction of the freedoms God gave us long ago and our founders wrote down.

    I know I probably won’t change your mind, but we have enough of these fools in politics now, we don’t need anymore.

  3. Kelleigh.
    i am sorry Ma’am i DIDN’T realise you are a LADY i thought i was speaking to a MAN.
    but YOU ARE RIGHT ABOUT THE NORTHERN AGGRESSION, THAT THE YANKEES CALL THE CIVIL WAR.
    and it WASN’T OVER SLAVERY AS I AM SURE YOU KNOW.
    i had family from three states fight in that war, and NONE OF THEM OWNED SLAVES.
    LIKE 99% OF SOUTHERNERS THEY WERE FIGHTING TO PROTECT THEIR STATE’S AND HOMES AND FAMILIES.
    AND THE YANKEES COMMITTED WAR CRIMES AGAINST THE SOUTH, and NOW THE LEFTIST COMMUNIST ARE TRYING TO ERASE OUR HISTORY, AND IT NEEDS STOPPED BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE.
    AND JUDGE ROY MOORE IS THE BEST PICK TO REPLACE JEFF SESSIONS PERIOD.

  4. Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 8:46 pm // Reply

    Boy do I agree with you on that one. My husband is a scholar on the Northern War of Aggression and what it did to this country unnecessarily, especially since slavery was on its way out, and there were even black reps prior to the war. What a mess that made. Neither of us have slobbered over Lincoln, he gave us this centralized federal govt.

    As for lawyers, you’re so very right, there are only a few that I really respect, the rest, well…you know.

  5. Kelleigh.
    we agree with a lot of things, there was a time in our nation’s history that LAWYERS weren’t ALLOWED TO HOLD PUBLIC OFFICE, AND THAT IS ONE BIG PROBLEM WE HAVE TODAY.
    just look at the JUDICIARY AS A PRIME EXAMPLE, they were to be the LEAST IN POWER TO THE OTHER TWO BRANCHES, but look at how over DECADES THEY HAVE USURPED THE POWER FROM THE OTHER TWO BRANCHES.
    up and UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE CIVIL WAR WE STILL HAD A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC, but that all changed after the war.
    and in 1874 it REALLY CHANGED WHEN WASHINGTON DC BECAME A COOPERATION.

  6. Kelleigh.
    in order to call for a con con, or to ratify the constitution it takes TWO THIRDS OF STATE LEGISLATURES AND THEN CONGRESS CAN CALL FOR ONE.
    the STATES CAN’T DO ALL OF THIS ON THEIR OWN.
    as for your family being in Alabama, i don’t care, i KNOW judge Roy Moore Personally, and he is a THROWBACK TO OUR FOUNDERS, in his VIEWS AND TAKE ON THE CONSTITUTION AND IT’S LIMITS TO GOVERN WHICH A FEW AND LIMITED.

    • Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 8:53 pm // Reply

      I know that Jim, only too well, but Mark Meckler who is lying through his teeth about the COS is telling everyone we can bypass congress, we cannot. And if you think we’ll end up with anything better than what our founders who were statesmen, gave us in 1787, you are gravely mistaken.
      Do you believe that if no one obeys the 10 commandments that we should change them? Same goes for the Constitution, it is brilliantly written to protect us, but it is the stupid electorate who pays no attention and allows these traitorous basturds to get away with stomping on our Constitution. And it goes back a long ways. Now, open it and change it, and all those protections for us citizens will go right down the drain, and we’ll never see the light of day again.
      Years ago, Henry Hazlitt actually said they wanted to change everything after WE THE PEOPLE, when our founders said the BILL OF RIGHTS could never be changed. If this happens, there will be no recourse, it will all be over for America.

  7. Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 10:47 am // Reply

    Glad to hear it, if the Constitution actually gets opened, it’s over. There are no statesmen and every God given freedom will be destroyed. Soros wants it, all his minions want it, and the stupid rightwing who are just as rotten as McConnell and Ryan.
    Then there’s the ones who have never read the Constitution. The Convention of States nutters tell us that the states can call a convention. However, I have written to many of them, Allen West, Coburn, Palin, Beck, Barton, Moore, etc. etc. ad nauseam, and I’ve asked them all…Where does it say in Article V that a Convention can be called, opened or convened and bypass Congress?
    Not one of them has yet answered me, because it’s a lie. These people are so slick, and the Constitution has not been taught in h.s. since the late 60s. How sad. Even American history is only now taught in 25 of the upper universities and colleges. That’s pretty sad.

  8. Kelleigh.
    i am ALSO AGAINST A DAMN CON CON.
    but we do NEED AND BADLY, A REDO OF THE THREE SO CALLED EQUAL BRANCHES OF GOVT.
    BECAUSE THOSE BLACK ROBED PETTY TYRANTS HAVE TOTALLY MISREAD THE COMMERCE CLAUSE
    and other amendments.
    the 1ST AMENDMENT TOOK OUT GOD’S LAWS AND REPLACED WITH MANS LAWS AND MADE THE PEOPLE HIGHER OVER GOD, it’s a long story and no space here to fully explain.

    • Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 10:50 am // Reply

      Jim, we need to figure out a way to force them to obey the oath to the Constitution we have, and it’s been a slow takeover over a period of 150 years. And we can’t seem to get our brethren to vote in the primaries when there are really solid people running. Last time we had a primary here, I think it was 16% who voted, if that much. Then they complain that the same old people are on the ballots. WELL…YOU DIDN’T VOTE IN THE PRIMARY, WHAT DO YOU EXPECT???

      I think the American people have to get off their buttskis and getting them to do that has been a battle for me for 55 years and I’m frustrated. But opening the Constitution will end in total and complete loss of freedoms and liberty.

  9. Kelleigh.
    like i said i’m from Alabama and know BOTH MEN, JUDGE ROY MOORE IS BY FAR THE BETTER MAN FOR THE SENATE.
    Mo is 2nd but Luther is BAD NEWS HE IS A RINO PERIOD.

  10. Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 8:39 am // Reply

    Remember that after Pence endorsed McCain, McConnell and Ryan, Trump followed suit.

    • Kelleigh, I was an opponent of an Article V and am now, sort of, leaning in favor because it’s a chance to stop the tyranny we are under. If we fail with Trump we will lose the Constitution anyway.

      Yes, Brooks is my first choice and “big” Luther is a no choice.

  11. Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 8:35 am // Reply

    Ben, the best man is pro-lifer Mo Brooks. Roy Moore is in the dominionist camp and wants a constitutional convention. He thinks he can just open up the Constitution and put in a marriage amendment. Those of us who know history and know what happened in 1787 with the first convention have talked until we’re blue in the face trying to tell him he doesn’t need a con-con for an amendment. To get an amendment to the Constitution, you need 3/4ths or 38 of the states to agree to the amendment. For a Constitutional Convention, it is 2/3rds of the states or 34 who need to call for a new Convention. In 1787, the states were called together to In 1787, delegates gathered in a Conference of States (not a Constitutional Convention) to discuss problems with interstate commerce. They were given strict instructions by the Congress that they were to meet only for “the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation.” Eleven of the twelve states present, specifically instructed their delegates to discuss nothing more than the commerce issue.

    Instead, they closed the doors, threw the Articles of Confederation out, and started anew. That was wonderful then because we had true Statesmen who knew that the Laws of God and freedoms from the Almighty needed to be written down. Today, there are no statesmen like those of 1787, including Roy Moore.

    There are so very many dangers to this entire proposition. A very frightening rewritten Constitution is waiting in the wings, it was written by the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations. It grants us privileges by the almighty federal government, not by God. We don’t want to risk it!
    Take a look at the NEW STATES CONSTITUTION… http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/concon/newstates.htm

  12. Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 8:21 am // Reply

    boy, me too

  13. Deplorable Doctor // August 11, 2017 at 12:44 am // Reply

    I am supporting Mo Brooks! I also am baffled and disappointed “The Chicken” Mitch McConnell and the Swamp somehow misled the President Trump into endorsing Lucifur Strange.

  14. Alabamians, most anyway, know that “big” Luther is “big” corruption. I believe it will be a run off with Moore and Brooks. Both are honorable men and it’s a toss up as to who I will vote for.

  15. ‘REPEAL AND REPLACE DEMOCRATS AND RINO REPUBLICANS IN CONGRESS. If you care about the future of America for your kids or/and for our kids – you will get active. read this – http://cdjnews.com/2017/08/traitors-eligible-reelection/
    http://cdjnews.com/2017/07/trump-for-u-s-senate-2018/

  16. Thomas Oakley // August 10, 2017 at 9:07 pm // Reply

    I hope it is not true……but trump seems to be showing what he really is made of. To put known enemies in your administration is just plain …..stupid……When you endorse a known, traitor, good old boy, rino, useless old man and a l00 per cent back stabber is beyond belief. Example of how far trump has fallen in keeping his word, the crooked doj being run by that roth something fellow now the so called head is calling the shots while sessons fiddles while America destroys its self and the new head of the FBI is and has proven himself to be another traitor, rino an trump haited. Yep the roth man and the fbi head will see she gets off scott free, some thing that we the people do not want, and another lie that it would seem trump has made. Have a good day.

  17. Kelleigh Nelson // August 10, 2017 at 8:27 pm // Reply

    Mitch may owe him one, but it’s wishful thinking that he’ll ever payback. Remember Trump appointed Mitch’s wife, Elaine Chao as Transportation Secretary and that didn’t get Trump squat. When will our President learn that these people have an agenda opposite of his, and no matter what Trump does, it won’t change. Trying to buy their allegiance is pure fantasy.

  18. frances quinn // August 10, 2017 at 5:35 pm // Reply

    I go with Moore or Brooks. Foret Strange, if MCConnell wants him I don’t. I don’t even want McConnell. I love Trump though and either of these two will help him in the Senate.

  19. i am from Alabama, and the ONLY TRUE CONSERVATIVE IS JUDGE ROY MOORE.

    • Kelleigh Nelson // August 11, 2017 at 10:41 am // Reply

      Sorry, but Judge Roy Moore is not what you think he is, and my family are all in Alabama and they agree.

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