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Bannon, Farage, Robertson headline a host of speakers for Moore

Brandon Moseley

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By Brandon Moseley 
Alabama Political Reporter

Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, the Roy Moore for Senate campaign held a final Get Out The Vote (GOTV) rally in Fairhope, Alabama, with a special guests.

“It is a great honor, I am just a country boy from North Alabama, to have men like Steve Bannon, Nigel Farage, Siran Stacy, to come long distances,” Moore said.

Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon gave an impassioned plea for the voters of Alabama to vote for Moore.

“Tomorrow’s going to decide who has sovereignty in the United States of America,” Bannon said. “Is it the elites in D.C. with their money or is it the people in Alabama with their muscle?”

Bannon called the establishment elites, “The most corrupt and incompetent group of individuals in this country.”

“They have raised $30 million versus Judge Moore’s $2 million,” Bannon said. “They think you’re a pack of morons, they think you’re nothing but rubes, they have no interest at all in what you have to say, in what you have to think or what you want to do. And tomorrow you’re going to get an opportunity to tell them what you think of the elites that run this country.”

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“For Mitch McConnell and Ward Baker and Karl Rove and Steven Law — all the instruments to try and destroy Judge Moore and his family: Your day of reckoning is coming,” Bannon said. “The donors who put up the money, and the corporatists who put up the money: your day of reckoning is coming too.”

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Bannon said those eilites, “Know the price of everything but the value of nothing and they know the price of Luther Strange, it’s $30 million.”

“It’s $30 million that bought him,” Bannon said. “These are the same people who have tried to destroy Donald Trump from the first day that he came into office.

“Those in the media are he running dogs of the elites of this world.”

Bannon said that the Ten Commandments are the basis of the Judeo-Christian West was built on.

Bannon said that he, former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin, former White House Adviser Sebastian Gorka, former UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage, right-wing radio host Mark Levin, etc. have all endorsed Moore.  Bannon said they had not come to undermine Trump.

“It is divine providence that helped us win,” Bannon said.

“This is Jeff Sessions seat we are trying to fill,” Bannon said. “Jeff Sessions is one of the finest men I have ever met. He can’t be bought there is no price. I am proud to call him my mentor. Jeff Sessions is the spiritual father of this movement. We owe him.  This seat it is Jeff Sessions’, One of the most unique men in our country.”

“Judge Roy Moore is a good man he is a courageous man and most importantly he is a righteous man,” Bannon said. “Judge Roy Moore represents your values.  He represents Alabama’s values.  When you walk in the voting booth tomorrow, a vote for Roy Moore is a vote for Donald Trump.”

Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson also spoke at the rally.

“Judge Moore asked me to talk to you,” Robertson said. “I started to wear my suit; but it occurred to me that I don’t have a suit or a cell phone and in my 71 years I have never cut on a computer. I did not have any kind of health insurance for 50 years.  What if something had happened? It didn’t. Healthcare is not going to keep you out of a six foot hole.  They can slow it down maybe but I am going to die. So why don’t you all invest in eternal healthcare.  It has already been paid for.  There will be a resurrection.  If I get some ailment, I will ask, ‘Lord help me with this ailment.’

“If you won’t and you take me now, then thank you for the resurrection.”

Robertson said that if people followed the Ten Commandments then they would be spending less time in the court room.

“Roy Moore is a Godly man or I wouldn’t be here,” Robertson said. “We are running out of Godly men.”

Nigel Farage, who organized the Brexit movement in the UK, also spoke for Moore. Farage said that he was mowing his grass and stepped inside to get some tea and there was a phone call.

“It was Steve Bannon on the phone and he asked Could you come to Alabama tomorrow because we would like to put your voice behind a true conservative in the shape of Roy Moore,” Farage said. “I had to think about it.  It took me a whole ten seconds.”

Farage said that this election is, “Important for the whole global movement across the west.”

“The liberal media hates anyone with conservative values in a way that we have never experienced before,” Farage said. “We have real problems and the establishment is trying to stop those success that we had in 2016. Our problem is that so many people who support the conservative movement are career politicians.”  \

Farage warned about the big banks and the multinational corporations.

Farage said that in Britain professional politicians in the Conservative party now seek to delay Brexit, to water it down, to pretend it never happened and in America the establishment elites are doing their damnedest to keep the president from implementing his agenda

Farage said that Moore is someone who always put principle before all else.

“People are supporting him because they want President Trump’s agenda to succeed and he is the best man to do it,” Farage said. “It is now up to you.  You have got to fill your motorcars tomorrow and get your friends and family to go and vote.”

Former University of Alabama football player and pastor Siran Stacy said, “God put Donald Trump in office.”

“He is the President and he is the person that I am supposed to pray for,” Stacy said.

“Who can tell God that a man can marry another man?” Stacy said. “Who can tell God that it is ok for a woman to abort a child?  Obey God and follow his Commandments.”

Former Senate candidate state Sen. Trip Pittman, R-Montrose, said that Moore is “a man who has stood for God’s law and natural law.We have a unique opportunity to elect a man who has led by example.”

Former gubernatorial candidate Tim James urged everyone who has not seen it to go to google and look up the Lincoln-Douglas style debate “between the Chief and Luther Strange.”

“It is the greatest example of political discourse I have seen in my life,” James said. “Go home tonight and take 45 minutes and watch it because it tells a true story.”

“We watched Washington dump $30 million in this race,” James said. “I am a Trump guy, but sometimes you have to show some tough love to your guys.”

Moore campaign manager Rich Hobson jokingly said of Strange was “not a social conservative but he plays one on TV.”

“We are tired of the leadership of the United States Senate obstructing the Trump Agenda,” state Auditor Jim Zeigler said. “Senator Roy Moore can take a simplified repeal it now plan with him to Washington. We can not tolerate a $20 trillion debt.”

The Republican runoff is today.

Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. You must have a valid photo ID in order to vote.

 

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