As Luck Would Have It

January 03, 2018 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Remember Roy Moore’s prissy wife informing the media that the Moores do not hate Jewish people?

In the final days of the contentious Alabama special election, Kayla Moore accused the media of portraying the couple as “anti-Semitic.”

“Fake news would tell you that we don’t care for Jews,” Kayla Moore said at the campaign’s final rally last month.

“I tell you all this because I’ve seen it all, so I just want to set the record straight while they’re here,” she continued, gesturing at the media assembled at the rally. “One of our attorneys is a Jew.”

I think her speech would probably be better in the original German, but I’m gonna suspect she meant that her “Jew” attorney had a mutual admiration for the Moores.

Pull in on them reins, Boys.

A lawyer who once worked for former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) said in a new interview that he’s friends with Moore’s former opponent, Sen.-elect Doug Jones (D), and raised money for Jones’s campaign.

So much for tokens, huh?  The Moores only know one Jew and he don’t like them none at all.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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6 Comments to “As Luck Would Have It”

  1. I think the Obama years may be remembered as the last time we, as Americans, had actual political discourse instead of the massive Jerry Springer dumpster fire that the 2016 elections ushered in.

  2. @Wally
    10-4 on the “massive Jerry Springer dumpster fire that the 2016 elections ushered in.”

  3. Lunargent says:

    I guess that he ain’t one of the Jews that they Fellowshipped with, huh?

  4. I don’t believe the Moores hate us. I believe they want to coerce us into converting.

  5. AliceBeth says:

    Richard Jaffe, the aforementioned lawyer, was planning on being at the swearing in ceremony for Jones today. He campaigned and contributed. He apparently defended the Moore’s son on drug charges.

  6. Even Archie Bunker, in one episode about some legal entanglement, wanted one of them “Jew-lawyers”.


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