Virginia GOP U.S. Senate Candidate Jumps on Roy Moore Train
A press release from the Corey Stewart for U.S. Senate campaign dropped into my email Sunday afternoon announcing that the bombastic candidate is heading to Alabama to help controversial U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore in the final days leading up to Tuesday’s special election. It shouldn’t come as a surprise and yet it did:
Republican Senatorial candidate Corey Stewart will join the Judge Roy Moore campaign in Montgomery, Alabama, to assist with “Get Out the Vote” efforts in the final two days of the Alabama special election to fill the seat vacated by former Sen. Jeff Sessions.
“Judge Moore, his family, and his supporters have withstood many vicious attacks from Never Trumpers, establishment Republicans and the liberal media who view the south with such high disdain they don’t believe Alabamians are fit to elect their own representatives,” Stewart said.
“Just like Virginia can’t afford Tim Kaine, Alabama can’t afford to elect a liberal Schumer puppet like Doug Jones who would fight President Trump on, life, the border, veterans, the second amendment, and national defense,” he said.
“Donald Trump’s election in 2016 proved the nation wants to implement the America First platform,” Stewart said, “and Moore’s campaign has reaffirmed that Americans overwhelmingly support stopping illegal immigration, building the wall, protecting our values and traditions, and taking our states and nation back from the swamp creatures in D.C., and I’m proud to pitch in anywhere that battle is being waged,” Stewart concluded.
While he’s there maybe he may run into Cynthia Dunbar who is running for Virginia’s U.S. House in the 6th Congressional District and missed the weekend’s Republican Advance because she was working Moore’s campaign.
See also: 10 Reasons Not to Vote for Roy Moore