GOP Senator Admits Motive Behind War on Judge Moore Is to Destroy Trump Agenda!

The fix is in when it comes to the Republican establishment’s outrage over sexual harassment allegations facing Alabama GOP Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore.

The Swamp wants voters to do the impossible by writing in a conservative candidate to be the next Republican Senator of Alabama. 

Of course this is an impossible task. No write-in candidate has been decided on, nor is there one who commands anywhere near the same level of support as Judge Moore.

“We’re about to give away a seat that can determine the future of Trump’s agenda,” admitted #NeverTrumper Sen. Lindsey Graham on Fox News Radio’s “The Brian Kilmeade Show.”

The Hill reports:

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Monday said Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore poses a threat to the Republican agenda, adding that he favors maneuvering that would trigger a new special election.

“We’re about to give away a seat that can determine the future of Trump’s agenda, and I hope the good people of Alabama on the Republican side will try to find a way to pick a nominee that can represent the conservative cause in an effective way,” Graham said on Fox News Radio’s “The Brian Kilmeade Show.”

Moore is under pressure from numerous Republican lawmakers to step down from the race. He faces allegations of sexual misconduct, including assault, from multiple women, most of whom were teenagers at the time.

Republican leaders are plotting a “drastic plan,” to block Judge Roy Moore from becoming the next Senator of Alabama. Even more concerning, Vice-President Mike Pence and his team are helping to steer “the administration’s decision-making process on the Alabama race,” says POLITICO.

According to this Axios report, the Republican establishment hacks may even try to delay the Senate race or block Moore if he wins since it’s too late to remove him from the ballot!

Axios reports:

They’ve also weighed asking Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey to delay the Dec. 12 election to early next year. But she has already pushed it back once, after she assumed the role of governor in April when her predecessor was removed, and this option would likely inspire Moore and his team to file a lawsuit in court.

The New York Times reported that McConnell may not seat Moore even if he wins!

 Republican senators and their advisers, in a flurry of phone calls, emails and text messages, discussed fielding a write-in candidate, pushing Alabama’s governor to delay the Dec. 12 special election or even not seating Mr. Moore at all should he be elected. In an interview, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, declined to say whether he would agree to seat Mr. Moore should he win. Mr. McConnell deferred a question about a possible write-in campaign by Senator Luther Strange, the current occupant of the seat, to Mr. Strange.

As The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reported Monday, Moore isn’t going down without a fight, which the latest poll shows he is WINNING.

Moore is once again leading ultra-liberal Democrat Doug Jones in the PredictIt Market.

Via PredictIt:

Before the Washington Post story broke, Roy Moore was almost a lock to win at 89 percent in PredictIt’s Alabama Senate race prediction market. After the allegations surfaced, Moore’s odds dropped to 59 percent that day. He remained a slight favorite over Doug Jones, who also saw a significant bump on the news, until Monday when a fifth woman came forward with allegations against Moore.

On Monday afternoon, for the first time in the race, PredictIt traders had Doug Jones in the lead at 47 percent to Moore’s 38 percent.

Moore has since regained a huge lead in the PredictIt market.

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