Monday, November 13, 2017
Breaking: WaPo Hacks Fail Again! Judge Roy Moore Continues to Hold Double Digit Lead Over Democrat Opponent
The following article appeared in the Gateway Pundit on Novemebr 12th
by Jim Hoft
Judge Roy Moore Continues Lead on Liberal Doug Jones!
On Thursday the far left Washington Post published a hit piece accusing Judge Roy Moore of Alabama of sexual contact with a teenager — 38 years ago.
Judge Roy Moore immediately denied the scurrilous charges.
On Saturday Roy Moore, the Republican senatorial candidate from Alabama, told an audience on Veterans Day that he’s “not been guilty of sexual conduct.”
As The Gateway Pundit predicted — Alabama voters are not buying the crap the Washington Post is peddling as news.
Roy Moore continues to lead Jones by double digits.
Two new polls demonstrate that GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore remains unaffected entirely by smears in the Washington Post against him, and his lead before the Post piece on Thursday afternoon remains intact.
One of the polls, which were both provided by the pollster to Breitbart News exclusively on Saturday evening, was conducted on Thursday morning before the publication of the Post piece that afternoon. The second one was conducted on Saturday evening. Together, they show Judge Moore’s lead over Democrat Doug Jones has been virtually unaffected since the Post story came out.
The first survey, which was conducted entirely before noon local time on Thursday, shows Moore leading Jones by 50 percent to 39.2 percent with 10.8 percent undecided. That survey of 1,354 likely voters in the upcoming Dec. 12 special election has a margin of error of 3.5 percent.
The second survey, conducted Saturday evening—two days after the Post piece hit, roiling Alabama’s political scene—shows Moore and Jones with about the exact same percentages as before. Moore’s position in this second poll is 49.8 percent—meaning he only dropped 0.2 percent since the story hit—and Jones has only picked up 0.4 percent to reach 39.6 percent total. The second survey, which polled 1,536 likely voters with a margin of error of 3.3 percent, has 10.5 percent as undecided.