Opinion Roy Moore is going to win, despite Democrats’ claim of moral superiority

17:52  07 december  2017
17:52  07 december  2017 Source:   FOX News

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Democrats are feeling smugly morally superior right now. They should not. And yes, Roy Moore is going to win , despite the accusations of sexual misconduct against him from decades ago. Moore is going to win because of a modern American phenomenon.

That's because if the polls are right, Roy Moore is going to win the runoff against Sen. Luther Strange, who was appointed to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he became attorney general. Moore will then likely defeat Doug Jones, the capable, moderate candidate the Democrats have nominated.

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Democrats are feeling smugly morally superior right now. They should not.

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., might be resigning – not because he did anything wrong, though he did. He might be leaving the Senate because it is politically convenient for him to do so.

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Do not kid yourself. If Al Franken was all that stood in the way of a Republican majority in the Senate, Democrats would be circling the wagons and attacking his accusers. They would be engaged in the very same activity some Republicans are engaged in over Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore’s accusers.

At this point in American history, moral preening is all about political power, not actually morals. Both parties engage in claiming moral high ground and the media more often than not lets Democrats claim it more easily than Republicans.

So when Roy Moore wins the election for Senate on Tuesday, the media will herald Al Franken as a paragon of virtue for “doing the right thing” (assuming he announces his resignation Thursday), only to use him to assail Republicans.

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And the Democrats are going to be running against Roy Moore nationally. ROY MOORE : This is a time for victory. REID: Last night, Roy Moore said it was God's will that he beat Senator Luther Strange to win the Republican nomination.

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And yes, Roy Moore is going to win, despite the accusations of sexual misconduct against him from decades ago.

Moore is going to win because of a modern American phenomenon. The news cycle speeds along so fast that the Roy Moore story seems like last year’s news.

Americans have moved on to fired “Today” co-host Matt Lauer; questions about what NBC News executives knew about Matt Lauer’s alleged sexual misconduct;  the resignation of Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich.,  after he was accused of sexual misconduct; and President Trump declaring Jerusalem to be Israel’s capital.

Everyone seems to have forgotten about the accusations of sexual misconduct against Roy Moore except the die-hard partisans.

Moore will also win because Democrats have done their best to make accusations of sexual misconduct a partisan issue. They stood by Conyers until it was politically convenient not to. They stood by Al Franken until it was politically convenient not to. Their walk-backs from Bill Clinton have been opportunistic.

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However, after Trump won the presidential election in November, these women and their claims mysteriously evaporated. Now, almost a year later to the day, establishment forces both Democrat and Republican appear to be rehashing the same attack strategy to oust Roy Moore from his

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And some of the loudest voices against Roy Moore are now accused of bad behavior themselves. Deeply cynical people in politics, combined with tribal American politics, have poisoned the conversation.

Moore will win his Senate race as well because Washington Republicans have declared him the enemy – and these days, the only thing the Republican base hates more than Democrats are the Washington Republicans who beg for their votes and then break their promises.

Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., engaging in a bit of cheap moral preening, sent Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones, a check declaring it was for “country over party.”

Flake could have stayed out of it. His $100 will not buy Doug Jones even a mail piece. But he is signaling he would rather stand with a man who would gladly round up Alabama guns, fund abortion on demand, and let men into women’s bathrooms in Alabama than stand with a man accused of child molestation.

There is a third choice. Flake could have stayed out of it altogether. Instead, like so many smug, condescending Washington politicians, a man who has aided and abetted the financial and moral bankrupting of America is telling Alabama voters that a vote for a man who loathes their moral values is a vote for “country” – and vote for a man who champions their moral values is a vote for “party.”

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— It’s no secret that if Roy Moore is going to lose his race for U.S. Senate, it’s going to happen in Alabama’s suburbs. The accusations against Moore come as Democrats are feeling increasingly optimistic about their strength in Stewart still thinks Moore ’s going to win , despite the allegations.

The result of the Moore -Jones race to win Jeff Sessions’ former seat will be especially crucial, with Republicans trying to use their thin 52­–48 margin in the chamber to pass tax cuts and with Democrats desperate to go into 2018 needing to flip two seats instead of three.

The conclusion we should all draw from this is that maintaining moral integrity is a really big deal. But Democrats had very little moral high ground when they called out Roy Moore, because they defended President Clinton for so long for his sexual misconduct. Then it turned out that many of the Hollywood stars they have allied with for years were, for those same years, doing terrible things. So the calls to do something about Roy Moore fell on deaf ears.

Republicans should take note of this. They now have a president who spends his days mean-tweeting and who has his own massive moral failings. Republicans who ignore the Moore situation because of partisan grandstanding by the left will one day be frustrated when no one listens to them. Both sides have cried wolf and turned enough blind eyes that everyone seems to be willfully deaf and blind.

The Christian Church in America should be serving as a prophetic voice at this time. Unfortunately, much of the evangelical community has decided to serve as a wing of the Republican Party. Pastors are more interested in seats as the table of power than rooms in their Father’s house. And it is only going to get worse.

Democrats should be heartbroken that Roy Moore lost .
“Sen. Moore (R-Ala.)” would have been the gift that kept on giving.Poor Al Franken. The Minnesota Democrat was kicked to the curb by a party that, until a few months ago, not only turned a blind eye to sexual misconduct but also lionized serial predators such as Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy. So why was Franken a bridge too far for Democrats? Because he stood in the way of their effort to claim the "moral high ground" when Roy Moore was elected to the United States Senate.

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