The special election to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions' appointment as Trump's attorney general appears to be turning into one of the bloodier fronts of the legacy GOP's struggle to endure Trump's cleansing of the party. Mitch McConnell and other leaders of the legacy Senate GOP are throwing their resources behind an effort to make appointed interim Alabama Senator Luther Strange the elected junior Senator from Alabama. (archived)
Running for the seat from the Great Again wing of the GOP are congressman Mo Brooks and former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore. The bloodiest lines of attack thus far in the campaign have been between Strange and Brooks. Strange indicts Brooks for taking time to come to believe in the Great again, a fault many shared early in the 2016 presidential campaign. Brooks on the other hand is bleeding Strange for being a consummate insider whose nose has already darkened several shades from its time spent in McConnell's anus.
While Strange and Brooks bleed each other, Justice Moore enjoys his status as a Dixie saint which was cemented with his decision from the bench that if Alabama wants Jesus and the ten commandments, by God he was going to give Alabama what it wants. The ACLU and Federal cocksuckers be damned. When Moore was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court through a SJW dominated show trial, he stood fast offering:
to acknowledge God cannot be a violation of the Canons of Ethics. Without God there can be no ethics.
The primary election is scheduled for August 15th. The leading candidate for the overt pantsuit nomination according to polls is an unknown who happens to be named Robert Kennedy.