Last night's very close upset win by Democrat Doug Jones over favorite Judge Roy Moore in the special election for U.S. Senator from Alabama was manufactured by Mitch McConnell and his Establishment minions. Since Moore is a constitutionalist, a Christian, etc., he is not allowed to sit as a Republican in the United States Senate, according to Majority Leader McConnell.
The accusations of sexual abuse and underage dating (which were not really abuse and totally normal in Southern folklore over 40 years ago) were manufactured, conveniently, when the ballot finalized by law. The yearbook signature was forged.
Doug Jones didn't win, Mitch McConnell did. He's willing to risk the GOP majority (now 51-49) to the party that has an anti-God, anti-American, and anti-life agenda. If they win the Senate back next fall they'll make Federal Law the right for men to use the ladies room (which I think Mitch would be okay with?), open borders, and Medicare paying for sex-change operations.
Since the other Senators aren't from Alabama, they had no business interfering in that state's election. The Washington Post had no business spreading lies that couldn't be proven in such short timeframe.
It's time for the 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to be repealed, and the election of United States Senators given back to the authorities that the Founding Fathers granted this task: the state legislatures. At least the Republican Alabama Legislature could've found someone else who has no dirt just like Judge Moore (if you alone consider defending the Ten Commandments as dirt).