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Special Election Indictment By Dave Gunn 12/27/17 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

A murder has taken place in Alabama. Persons named in the following indictment assassinated the character of one Roy Moore.  The motive is obvious: to win an election that could not be won while the reputation of Roy Moore remained as it has been for his entire adult life.

The weapons were discovered to have been the following: [1] Lying accusations.  [2] A liberal lap-dog fake news media willing to give unproven accusations the widest possible coverage while ignoring and refusing the report on the evidence that pointed to the innocence of Moore.  An accomplice in this is Fox News, which had aired pundit after pundit dump on Moore and had few on the air to defend him.

Named in the indictment are the following:

     1. Mitch McConnell, Luther Strange, the Senate Leadership Fund and their Washington Republican Swamp accomplices who inserted themselves into the Alabama Republican Primary.  Their first victim was the reputation of Mo Brooks in the Republican Primary and then they turned their evil, lying weapons on Roy Moore in the Republican Primary Run-Off.

     2. Doug Jones, whose Democrat operatives attacked Roy Moore viciously when it became apparent that, while gravely wounded in the run off, still had enough life in him to amass an 11-point lead over Jones in the polls.  This could not be allowed to stand, so the Washington Post was enlisted to make the hit on Moore, dredging up women whose stories were not credible, and who were never deposed as that would place them under oath and subject to perjury laws.

Jones is further indicted on charges of obfuscation of his own views and record.  While having no appreciable differences with slip and fall lawyer Chuck Schumer and space cadet Nancy Pelosi, Jones pretended to be a moderate who would work with Republicans to get things done.  Anyone who believed him will be very disappointed in the months to come, when his true colors are shown.

In his advertising, Jones claimed to be a man of faith.  Apparently, his faith doesn’t tell him that it is wrong to murder babies in the wombs of their mothers.

     3. Senator Richard Shelby, feckless swamp creature who would rather have a pro-abortion, pro-open borders, pro-Obamacare, anti-Second Amendment, anti-tax cut far-leftist in the Senate than the pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-tax cut, pro-wall, anti-Obamacare, Roy Moore.

Shelby believed the accusations against Moore merely on their face, with no evidence.  He should never be allowed to serve on a jury.

Of course, Shelby has reason to dislike Roy Moore and not want him in the Senate.  Moore is everything Shelby is not – a genuine man of conviction and a true statesman.

Shelby would be well advised to retire at the end of his current term.  If he doesn’t, his retirement will be arranged in the Republican Primary of 2024. 

     4. All the feckless Republican voters who wrote in a name on their ballot ratherthan vote for Roy Moore.  The margin of Jones’ victory was less than the number of write-in votes.  This means that Republicans who turned in write-in ballots, in effect, elected Doug Jones.  Every far-left vote he casts in the United States Senate is on their heads.  Further, every dollar he votes to Planned Parenthood to slaughter unborn babies is on their heads.

     5. Donald Trump, who inserted himself into the Republican Primary and stood by while the Washington Republican Swamp mercilessly attacked M Brooks and Roy Moore.  When Trump finally decided to back Moore, it was too little, too lat.  Trump needs to learn who are his friends, for Mo Brooks and Roy Moore would have stood with him in his agenda and not just make lame excuses and work against him behind the scenes like McConnell does.

This indictment is hereby filed in the Court of Public Opinion.  Whether or not justice is done in this case is up to you.


[Dave Gunn is the nom de plume of Dr. David E. Gonnella, Pastor of the Magnolia Springs Baptist Church in Theodore, Alabama.  The opinions expressed are his own, and do not necessarily reflect those of the church or its membership.]