SECOND Democrat-led false flag operation against GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama now revealed: Where is the Justice Department?

Wednesday, January 9, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Wednesday, January 09, 2019

It was one of the biggest upsets in the era of POTUS Donald Trump: The U.S. Senate seat vacated by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions in deep red Alabama was won by Democratic candidate Doug Jones during a special election in the fall of 2017.

While many argued at the time GOP candidate Roy Moore lost due to allegations that he may have had sexually inappropriate contact with a teenage girl when he was in his late 20s, the race was nonetheless close and some political analysts thought he should have pulled off a victory anyway (Moore emphatically denied the accusations).

Come to find out, however, thanks to a bombshell report by The New York Times ahead of the Christmas holidays, Jones got an assist from a Democrat-linked “experiment” that involved “Russian-like” social media manipulation and meddling.

One firm involved in the project, New Knowledge, is run by Jonathon Morgan; his company just happens to be the one which “wrote a scathing account of Russia’s social media operations in the 2016 election that was released [recently] by the Senate Intelligence Committee,” the Times noted.

The National Sentinel then reported that the project and it’s potential to have influenced the election outcome got the attention of GOP state Attorney General Steve Marshall, who called the information “concerning.”

As bad as this seems, these ops appear to have been more widespread than previously thought.

There is NO evidence Republicans are doing this

According to a new report from The New York Times, a second “false flag” operation aimed at derailing Moore’s campaign was launched as well, this one intended to make it seem like he was pushing to ban alcohol throughout Alabama:

The “Dry Alabama” Facebook page, illustrated with stark images of car wrecks and videos of families ruined by drink, had a blunt message: Alcohol is the devil’s work, and the state should ban it entirely.

Along with a companion Twitter feed, the Facebook page appeared to be the work of Baptist teetotalers who supported the Republican, Roy S. Moore, in the 2017 Alabama Senate race. “Pray for Roy Moore,” one tweet exhorted. In fact, the Dry Alabama campaign, not previously reported, was the stealth creation of progressive Democrats who were out to defeat Mr. Moore — the second such secret effort to be unmasked.

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