Folks the DEATH of the Uniparty will start on Tuesday, September 26th! Two different polls released today show Roy Moore with a double digit lead over Luther Strange in AL. We are 15 days away from the fireworks that will be set off that night.
What is amazing is that every additional dollar that McConnell and his Super PAC give to Strange, Moore’s lead widens. Our President has realized that he needs to back away because the embarrassment needs to fall squarely on the shoulders of the Establishment.
These poll results lead to Corker stating he doesn’t think he will run for reelection in TN and in about a month to Jeff Flake stating that he is not going to run for reelection in AZ.
From the article linked above:
Yet another poll has come out of Alabama showing conservative Roy Moore leading establishment-backed Luther Strange in the U.S. Senate GOP primary runoff, this time showing Moore’s lead back up to 15 percent.
Moore, per a new poll from the firm Strategic National, is up at 51 percent while Strange still lags under 40 at just 36 percent. The poll shows 14 percent are undecided.
The survey of 800 likely voters, conducted Sept. 6 to Sept. 7, has a margin of error of 3.5 percent. It’s the latest in a long line of polls showing Strange, who was appointed into the U.S. Senate seat vacated by now Attorney General Jeff Sessions earlier this year, significantly underwater.
The other one, an Emerson College Polling Society survey, showed Moore with a 14-point lead. That poll also showed Moore outperforming Strange against Democrat Doug Jones in the general election. Other recent polls have shown similar commanding leads for Moore over Strange.
Strange’s most significant endorser, President Donald Trump, has backed off his support for Strange since the primary.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is strongly backing Strange, with a PAC affiliated with him called Senate Leadership Fund spending more than $10 million to try to buy Strange a full-time slot in the U.S. Senate. The group has run scores of attack ads, but none of them seem to be working, as Moore maintains his lead.
Strange has been trying to get Trump to come campaign for him, but Trump has largely stayed out of Alabama due to Strange’s lackluster chances of winning and a packed September legislative agenda complicated even more by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.