November 14, 2017


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Today's Commentary:  List of accusers against Roy Moore grows -- Keeping score -- Former Federal Attorney looks at both Clinton and Trump investigations -- GQ honors Colin K. -- Dem governor considrs run for the presidency -- Moore slipping -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries


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The situation for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore got even worse Monday, when another woman came forward to make a serious accusation that he sexually assaulted her in a car decades ago when she was 16. Moore’s attorney denounced the claim as a witch hunt brought forward by notorious feminist activist lawyer Gloria Allred, and Moore is threatening a defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post over the original report.

It’s hard for the public to know what to make of this sudden volley of charges that seem totally out of character. If true, then they are definitely disqualifying and Moore should bow out of the race immediately. But the timing is so convenient for Democratic hopes of retaking the Senate that some supporters who would normally be inclined to believe the accusers are hesitant. Many have known Moore as a staunch defender of conservative Christian values for decades and just don’t buy the charges. Some are suspicious because they’ve seen similar charges leveled at other Republicans, such as Herman Cain, just as they were rising in the polls. One new poll found that the charges have made 37% of Alabama Evangelicals more likely to vote for Moore because they think it’s an unfair smear campaign, with 28% less likely to vote for him, and 34% saying it makes no difference.

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Keeping score

By Mike Huckabee

If you’re having a hard time keeping up with all the charges and counter-charges about Trump, that shady “Russian dossier,” and the involvement of the DNC and the Clinton campaign, Byron York lays out the timeline of what we know so far. He also examines the question of whether most of this scandal, from the wiretapping of American citizens to the ever-growing special counsel investigation, is actually based on nothing but an unreliable piece of partisan opposition research.



Former Federal Attorney looks at Clinton and Trump investigations

By Mike Huckabee

It seems that in Washington, DC, equality under the law doesn’t extend to political affiliations. At the link, former federal attorney Andrew C. McCarthy compares and contrasts the bend-over-backwards efforts it took to avoid prosecuting Hillary Clinton (even allowing her attorneys to act as her accomplices in destroying evidence) to the scorched earth attempts to find anything to charge Trump and his staffers with (even getting a liberal judge to force his associates’ attorney to testify against her own clients.)



GQ honors Colin K.

By Mike Huckabee

GQ magazine named Colin Kaepernick, the NFL player who started the whole protesting during the National Anthem craze, as its “Citizen of the Year.” You know, because he’s risked so much to defend his principles. Personally, I might have chosen US military veterans for the honor, considering they didn’t just risk lucrative NFL contracts but their lives and limbs. But then, I guess they don’t fit GQ’s preferred lifestyle of “metrosexuality.” Or maybe GQ just sympathizes with Kaepernick because they know how it feels to experience a steep erosion in customer support.

Only other reason I can think of for GQ honoring Colin Kaepernick would be if GQ were owned by Major League Baseball.


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Dem Governor considers run for presidency

By Mike Huckabee

Former Clinton fixer Terry McAuliffe reportedly thinks it was such a miraculous triumph that Virginia (a state that’s now so blue it would actually elect him governor) went Democratic last week that he may run for President in 2020. Although, according to him, guns kill 93 million Americans every day, so I’m not sure who’ll still be around to vote for him by then.


Moore slipping

Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore is coming under increasing pressure from fellow Republicans to drop out of the race after a Washington Post piece accused him of engaging in sexual misconduct with a then-14-year-old girl, 38 years ago when he was 32. A number of Republican Senators have withdrawn their endorsements and the National Republican Senatorial Committee severed its fundraising ties with Moore’s campaign.

The first poll taken since the story broke shows Moore slipping behind Democrat Doug Jones. That could just be a momentary blip that could reverse itself as voters hear Moore’s side or learn more about the accuser. But the idea of losing such a safe seat is already panicking Republican leaders who are floating drastic scenarios for delaying the race or launching a write-in campaign for incumbent Luther Strange, who lost the primary to Moore.


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