Virginia 6th District Congressional Candidate Confirms She’s in Alabama Helping Roy Moore

Why are Virginia candidates rushing to Alabama to help the Roy Moore campaign?

Monday evening a press release from Cynthia Dunbar, a congressional candidate for Virginia’s 6th District, confirmed that she had gone to Alabama to help controversial Republican candidate Roy Moore’s U.S. Senate campaign:

“Tomorrow’s election in Alabama is vitally important. President Trump fully grasps the importance of this election and the harm that can be done if liberal elites in Washington along with the mainstream media are ultimately able to decide the fate of a statewide election. While I respect the voice of others in the RNC who do not agree, there are many of us who do support the President’s decision to endorse and the RNC’s willingness to financially get behind Roy Moore.

“I personally do stand with the President, the RNC and Judge Moore. The decision of who should represent the people of Alabama should solely be given to the people of Alabama. Additionally, I hope that the choice of the people of Alabama, whatever it may be, will be respected by the U.S. Senate.”

The press release was issued under, “Paid for by Dunbar for Congress, Inc.”

Alabama’s special election takes place today, December 12.

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  • old_redneck

    Why would a Virginia Congressional representative go to Alabama to stump for Roy Moore?

    1. She hopes to ingratiate herself with Trump?
    2. She hopes to ingratiate herself with Roy Moore, or, Steve Bannon?
    3. She hopes to ingratiate herself with Corey Stewart?
    4. $$$$$$ changed hands?

    Or, the real reason: She’s a Republican and, as we know, they all are devoid of basic morality.

    • MD Russ

      Nearly every person accused of sexual harassment so far, coon dog, including the one who liked to diddle little boys, is a Democrat. And that includes Donald Trump who was a life-long New York Democrat before he decided to run as a Republican. So don’t lecture us on basic morality. That is a null set when it comes to Democrats.

      • Ian

        Ignorance, stupidity, or cretinism are words far to mild to describe you. Your brain is so polluted with right wing rubbish that you will never recover, so, do yourself America and the world a favor. Exercise your precious Second Amendment rights, purchase a large caliber pistol (e.g., Desert Eagle) and blow your rotting head off your torso. It would be both a patriotic and humanitarian effort, to say the least.

        • MD Russ

          Thank you for proving my point about Democrats, Ian. BTW, confusing “to” with “too” and committing several comma faults is not indicative of a superior intellect. But I will reframe from suggesting how you could improve America and the world by removing an ignoramus such as you.

    • She’s not a Congressional Representative, fool.

    • Roger Schweikert

      Party rules (in Article I rule 2 on Qualifications) require supporting the party’s nominees. By way of contrast, not supporting the party nominees risk elusion from participating in any party activity for the next four years. As such it would seem clear that neither Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, Richard Shelby and others may not want to remain members of their party for the next four years, and as such perhaps should consider doing their party a favor rather than have to face the ire of their own grassroots party members as to why they should not be removed from the party by a vote of their party members..

  • old_redneck

    Democrat Doug Jones wins in Alabama.

    Donald Trump loses. Big time.
    Steve Bannon loses even bigger. Bannon dragged Trump into this fiasco.

    Theodore Parker was a Unitarian minister and prominent American
    Transcendentalist born in 1810 who called for the abolition of slavery.
    In 1853 a collection of “Ten Sermons of Religion” by Parker was
    published and the third sermon titled “Of Justice and the Conscience”
    included figurative language about the arc of the moral universe:

    — quote
    Look at the facts of the world. You see a continual and progressive triumph
    of the right. I do not pretend to understand the moral universe, the arc
    is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways. I cannot calculate the
    curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight; I can divine it by conscience. But from what I see I am sure it bends towards justice.
    — end quote

    I don’t want to get out in front of my headlights, however, speaking as a Mississippi native with family in Mississippi and Alabama, tonight may mark the beginning of the end of the Civil War.

    Voters have seen the true face of the GOP in Trump, Bannon and Moore. Voters now recognize that Trump is not fit to clean the toilets in the Obama Presidential Library. He’s not fit to shine GWBush’s shoes.

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