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Moore Leads Three New Polls in AL

We have three new polls showng Republican Roy Moore with a single digit lead in Alabama, including one pollster that just last week had Doug Jones in the lead.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Gravis Marketing)
Roy Moore (R) 49%
Doug Jones (D) 45%

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Trafalgar)
Roy Moore (R) 51%
Doug Jones (D) 46%

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Change Research)
Roy Moore (R) 51%
Doug Jones (D) 44%

All three polls were done over various periods between December 5th and 8th among likely voters. Three days from now, we will be counting votes in this race.

Posted by Dave at 4:25 pm
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350 Responses to “Moore Leads Three New Polls in AL”

  1. Bitterlaw says:

    First.

  2. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I researched her. Very hot but not overly fake..

  3. Mr.Vito says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/12/09/ms-13-foiled-in-attempt-to-kidnap-kill-teen-boy-on-long-island.html

    “Long Island police say they foiled an MS-13 kidnapping and murder plot when they saw the intended 16-year-old male victim being lured into a van.

    Plainclothes officers arrested five members and associates of the notorious immigrant street gang on conspiracy charges after Wednesday’s takedown in Brentwood, Newsday reported.

    President Trump went to Brentwood in July and vowed to crush MS-13, while pledging a tougher approach on immigration. “They have transformed peaceful parks and beautiful quiet neighborhoods into blood-stained killing fields,” he said about the gang. “They’re animals.””

  4. Paul says:

    I hope MS13 gets Mr Vito.

  5. Paul says:

    Looks like the GOP will get a pedophile for Senator. Lovely.

  6. Paul says:

    Fake News Fox retracted story about the yearbook being forged. Disgusting liars.

  7. Paul says:

    FOX NEWS LIED!
    Big surprise, but this time, (at least,) they’ve retracted it!
    Like I said previously, she didn’t “Forge” anything!
    She just made notes under his signature.
    What kind of idiot would think someone is ‘Forging” something when it’s written in different colored ink and no effort is made to copy handwriting style?
    Typical click-bait lies from Fox Fake News.

  8. Tina says:

    Ari Fleischer.

    There are 2 reasons people attend a candidate’s victory party. 1) They’re cheering for the candidate to win. 2) They want a job/promotion if the candidate wins. Both reasons should disqualify Weissmann from investigating Trump.

  9. Tina says:

    https://interc.pt/2C05B1I

    Worst day for us media in a long, long time.

  10. Mr.Vito says:

    “I hope MS13 gets Mr Vito.”

    Dave, are you going to let this go on?

  11. Phil says:

    …….and Alabama won’t get a California type moonbat in the senate.

    Oh wait, Jones is a “moderate” not a lefty. I forgot that any Democrat running in a red state is always labeled by the MSM as a moderate – conveniently labeled so at election time and then voting the straight Schumer line for the next six yrs until the next campaign when Magically they suddenly transform into a “moderate” again.

    More evidence that the MSM is just an arm of the DNC.

  12. Tina says:

    Schiff for Brains.

    Caught leaking…

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    Mr. Vito – An A-hole does not ask Dave to intervene. An A-hole types GFY and insults until his fingers hurt.

  14. lisab says:

    Paul says:
    December 9, 2017 at 4:38 pm
    I hate all of you. You are a bunch of idiots. FU.

  15. Tgca says:

    14

    FU? Not sure I understand.

    Is that like oh fuey?

    Foo?

    FU = forever urs

    FU = fondling u

    FU = fat urethra

  16. Mr.Vito says:

    “Mr. Vito – An A-hole does not ask Dave to intervene.”

    BS. This is a gang that tortures and kills you AND your family.

  17. Mr.Vito says:

    “I hate all of you. You are a bunch of idiots. FU.”

    Not bannable.

  18. Bitterlaw says:

    Fair point, Mr. Vito. Of course, I did say that I hope I live long enough to read Poster Trump’s obituary. However, I have no reason to wish ill on his family.

  19. Wes says:

    That’s a good thing about the girl in the picture, isn’t it, Bitter?

  20. Bitterlaw says:

    Sure, Wes. I’m not a fan of implants. I’m not sure about her.

  21. Bitterlaw says:

    She is probably real.

  22. lisab says:

    Lena Dunham may be the first person to fabricate details of her alleged rape, then proclaim all women’s claims need to be believed, and then publicly accuse a young woman of lying about having been raped, and then apologize for that.

  23. Tina says:

    Lindsey Graham
    Lindsey Graham
    @LindseyGrahamSC
    It’s long past time for a Special Counsel to investigate Clinton email scandal, Uranium One, role of Fusion GPS, and FBI and DOJ bias during 2016 campaign.

  24. Wes says:

    Wait, Tina.

    I thought Lindsay Graham was a RINO.

  25. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    17. Trump is approaching the first year of his presidency, and trolls are still having melt-downs. It is incredible to watch. They have at least 3 more years of it.

    Paul recently was denied political asylum in Bogo Pogo, so is not having a good day.

  26. Wes says:

    Lena Dinham is a talentless, insipid hack who somehow managed to make a ridiculously unfunny comedy series mildly popular on a premium network.

    I’d rather watch a year’s worth of Game of Thrones marathons than a single second of Girls.

  27. Tgca says:

    1482

    Spielberg is evidently a homophobe! Everyone knows Feathers is a gay bar in northern NJ that has been serving the gay community for over 30 years. It has many scary folks there and a number of dinosaurs too so not sure what Spielberg is talking about.

    Bitterlaw says:
    December 9, 2017 at 2:21 pm
    I heard an interview with the paleotologist who advised Spielberg on the first Jurassic Park movie. He told Spielberg that the dinosaurs may have had feathers. Spielberg said feathers were not scary so the dinosaurs did not have feathers in the movie.

  28. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    18. Just remember the saying of one of Utah’s most color politicians:

    Do It Honestly, Do It the Best You Know How, And ‘Let Em Holler.’ J. Bracken Lee

    Despite not being Mormon, Lee was twice governor of Utah, and mayor of Salt Lake City until he retired in 1971. When the Salt Lake City police chief raided the poker club he frequented, he fired him — accusing him of “gestapo” tactics. Much of the public agreed.

  29. Chicon says:

    Wes, to me, Graham is unpredictable in his stances. Often he’s a solid conservative; occasionally not. He’s complex, like most of us.

  30. Wes says:

    He’s also a “bro with no ‘ho,” as Mark Kirk once called him, Chicon.

  31. Tina says:

    He is complex, wes.. Right on this issue, but a little late imo, especially if the doj is looking 8nto it, the sc, and the doj ig.

  32. Tgca says:

    24

    Ring? Me thinks Lindsay Graham is a closeted homosexual. He is 4th in line of my list of horrible GOP senators

    1. McCain, obviously, bitter vindictive loser
    2. Flake, bitter he is forced to step down after current term
    3. Corker, bitter he is forced to step down after current term
    4. Lindsay, girly man

  33. Wes says:

    Corker wasn’t forced to step down, Tg. He had underfunded, C-list primary opposition till he announced his retirement–which NYCmike inexplicably called a resignation.

    He would have won easily had he not stepped down.

  34. Tgca says:

    No snow here in south Florida yet but it’s cold as a witches t*t.

    It’s currently 62 degrees in Miami metro. It’s been cloudy and sprinkled showers today too, and I’m sure it did not get above 66 either. Brghhh!

    This is not my Florida. Beware: Global Cooling.

  35. mnw says:

    Wes

    Can not agree about Corker. He was caught in an emerging financial scandal, as I recall, and his approval ratings in TN were abysmal.

    I think Trump was harsh but accurate when he said Corker couldn’t get elected dogcatcher in TN.

    Corker must’ve agreed, since he suddenly & unexpectedly announced his retirement. More than anything, I think it was his allegedly shady land deals.

  36. mnw says:

    Josh Kraushauer at Natl Journal is a respectable political journalist not hated by either right or left, to my knowledge.

    He writes that DEMs can not retake the senate unless Jones wins in AL (which means…the DEMs can’t retake the senate). However, he also writes that DENs have a better than even chance of winning the House.

    He sees McCaskill & Donnelly as the most likely to flip. Why does everybody ignore Nelson in FL, I wonder? He’s in far worse shape that McC or Donnelly.

  37. Chicon says:

    30 – indeed, Wes. And Mark Kirk would probably know…..

  38. Chicon says:

    Mnw – sounds reasonable, although I am more confident in the Senate than is he. House may depend on the state of the economy and tax cut (and perhaps North Korea).

    Another big effort by the Blues today.

  39. mnw says:

    Chicon

    I agree. I think future events will push the House one way or the other— the things you mention. I think the most likely ‘18 Senate resultvis R+1, & the second most likely result is “no change.”

    Bluz lost Schwartz today. Don’t know for how long, but uh-oh! is warranted. Bluz play Sabes tomorrow night, & that’s the next best thing to a bye.

    How are Hawks holding up? I haven’t paid much attention lately.

  40. mnw says:

    RCP avg is up to 3.8 Moore now.

    The trolls just don’t get that voters have moved on from muh yearbook.

    “Getting played” means tricking somebody into doing what you want, instead of what they want. Daschle was the undisputed world champion at it. Fakenews/DEMs tried to play the Alabamans, but they’re failing. Anybody see the Kunitz focus group? I just saw highlights. Luntz claimed that he was “flabbergasted” by Moore’s level of support.

    Frank hasn’t lost any weight, bye.

  41. mnw says:

    sb “btw”

  42. mnw says:

    sb “Luntz focus group”

  43. Paul says:

    Trump hates America.

  44. Paul says:

    America is “rigged” and “sick” says Trump. If he hates it so much, he can just leave.

  45. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca – How do you feel about Beauty and the Beast?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNHgfVzj7Tc

  46. mnw says:

    He owns a lot of it & wants to fix it.

  47. BRENT says:

    its gonna be close to double digit win once all the votes are counted

  48. BayernFan says:

    Trump is America

  49. mnw says:

    I’ll be eager to see how many millions the left wasted this time. I’ll bet it makes the money they flushed down the toilet for Ossoff look like chump change by comparison.

  50. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump hates America.

    Trump is America.

    I am going to go out on a limb here and say that the truth is somewhere between the two.

  51. Wes says:

    Well, Mnw, I would point to the fact that Corker had drawn no serious opposition. Marsha Blackburn declined when Corker was running but announced right after he quit. That tells me Corker was near certain to be reelected had he not dropped out of the race.

  52. Redmen4ever says:

    Survey Monkey has just released a poll (or several counting each weighting scheme as a separate poll).

    Weighting by demographics (only) give Jones +3. BUT … including vote in 2016 in the matrix, gives Moore +8. The latter (including vote in 2016 in the matrix of weights) is EXACTLY what Change Research is doing, with almost the same result.

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/curiosity/alabama-senate-race-a-poll-without-a-prediction/

  53. mnw says:

    WaPo had an article last week about how Jones was
    failing to energize AAs “so far” (as if there was still plenty of time!),

    NBC had a very similar article this weekend about Jones & AAs.

  54. Phil says:

    Moore wins Tuesday:

    Moore 50.5
    Jones 46.5
    Others 3.00

  55. jason says:

    Looks like the GOP will get a pedophile for Senator.’

    So maybe you shouldn’t have run a leftist moonbat for the Senate in Alabama.

    Blame the deadenders in your party.

  56. mnw says:

    NYT David Brooks says it’s all over for the Republican Party if Moore wins.

    Don’t laugh, he’s a moderate Republican! He says he is & so does the NYT. So there.

  57. Bitterlaw says:

    I will stay with my prediction that Moore loses. Polls are back and forth. None of us lives in Alabama. Pretending we know what will happen is either speculation or wishful thinking.

  58. jason says:

    I think its 60/40 that Moore wins.

    But I won’t lose sleep if AL voters want a moonbat for 2 years instead of a scumbag.

    I would hope it would be a lesson to the deadenders, but of course it wouldn’t be, or they wouldn’t be deadenders.

    We are basically screwed either way.

  59. jason says:

    Pretending we know what will happen is either speculation or wishful thinking.”

    It’s neither.

    It’s the HHR way.

  60. jason says:

    Brooks is such a wimpy p-ssy, geezuz.

    He is so afraid of being attacked by the liberals so he is like completely emasculated.

  61. Tgca says:

    57. Bitter

    I’ve been to Al-a-bam-mee a few times so stop being a northeastern elitist snob.

  62. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca – I wish I was rich enough to truly be an elitist.

  63. Tgca says:

    I also lived in northern CA. I knew lots of non-wealthy elitists and snobs.

  64. Phil says:

    All over for the Republican Party?

    Sure, because the results of an Alabama race in 2016 is going to cause voters in states like Missouri and Indiana to vote against their Republican senatorial candidates in 2018.

    David Brooks really needs to stick his toe out of the New York bubble every once in a while.

    Brooks obviously must have polled the members of the NYT editorial board.

  65. DW says:

    I wonder if Paul is Cory the Canadian returned?

  66. lisab says:

    i think the dems are making a huge mistake.

    half are still trying to fight the 2016 election in the hopes trump is impeached and convicted and hillary becomes president

    and

    and another a third are taking out the hillary supporters, by accusing them of sexual misconduct, so that someone like warren has a clear shot at the white house without the clintons to worry about.

    meanwhile the millenial dems still want bernie.

    this does not bode well for the dems. if they don’t get over 2016 they will lose another dozen congressmen to sexual allegations

    and

    it is only a matter of time before the clintons start fighting back. ashley judd could find herself in a dumpster, victim of suicide

  67. MichiganGuy says:

    Paul says:
    December 8, 2017 at 2:21 pm

    And what the hell is this crap about two inks. That is only the poor photo that Britbart crapped out of their ass.
    ——————————————————————————————————
    Paul says:
    December 9, 2017 at 4:46 pm

    What kind of idiot would think someone is ‘Forging” something when it’s written in different colored ink
    —————————————————————————————————
    Paul can’t even keep his lies straight. First, it was the same ink Breitbart deliberately gave a poor photo. Now, it’s 2 different inks so of course she didn’t forge it. LOL

  68. Tina says:

    Frank Dunce is triiggered based on his focus groups. Verwhelming support fr Moore.

  69. Tina says:

    Dw, very observant.

    Pass the bong, coree.

  70. DW says:

    Paul also lied about the tax plan, claiming that the bill would prohibit deducting charitable donations.

  71. Paul says:

    Bitterlaw and David Brooks give me a touch of hope. But I have a feeling Moore wins, gets seated and it doesn’t help Dems in 2018 much at all.

  72. jason says:

    Kory the Kommie, math challenged Marxist?

    Nah….

    Not Paul.

  73. jason says:

    But I have a feeling Moore wins, gets seated and it doesn’t help Dems in 2018 much at all.”

    Maybe..and if that happens its because once again the Dems are putting all their eggs in one basket… demonizing Republicans.

    It didn’t work in 2016. Looks like they will be doubling down in 2018.

  74. jason says:

    Kory the Kommie had a big ego, he had a great run here enjoying all the infighting and hand wringing about Trump.

    He was ecstatic that Trump won the nomination and predicted Hillary would win big. The last message he posted was “worried” sometime around 10 PM I think.

    I doubt he will show his face here again.

  75. jason says:

    Here is a new one. Hastings claims he didn’t know he paid $220k to settle…

    “Rep. Alcee Hastings, a Florida Democrat, said he was never informed of a $220,000 sexual harassment settlement paid using taxpayer money to a former staffer, who sued him for “unwelcome sexual advances” and “unwelcome touching,” Politico report”

    The “I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know nothing” defense.

    Somehow I don’t think its going to fly.

  76. jason says:

    Can’t just see the conversation between his aides…

    “Hey Bill, it’s going to cost 220K to settle with this woman, who is going to tell Alcee?”

    “Well, he is taking a nap now, so don’t bother him.. I’ll just go ahead and write the check”

  77. JC says:

    A much more positive outlook on the Mueller witch hunt and the fight against the institutional left and established bureaucratic state: http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/12/a_time_for_war_the_gathering_storm.html

    Most everyone entrenched on both sides of this cold civil war feels it coming. The thunder and lightning have been getting closer. For the better part of a year, we’ve been listening to the noise getting louder, and the flashes, good Lord, sometimes they get brighter by the minute. Many think the storm started on Nov. 9, 2016. Whichever, we all feel it.

    This past weekend was a perfect example. Brian Ross starts a series of false reports, so bad that the stock market dives, the leftist media breathlessly reports that President Trump is finished, and do their version of a happy dance. Except, the report was not true, the networks once again proved to be unworthy sources of news, just repeating a false narrative.

    Then the tax plan surprisingly passed the Senate. The left, as usual, had a collective hissy fit, droning on about how lost we are as a country. Oh, the horror! Tax cuts!! We’re doomed!!! Doomed they say!!!! For the first time in decades the Democratic Party is pretending to be concerned about our debt.

    Yes, the storm is close. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has a new scalp; General Michael Flynn pleads guilty of lying to the FBI. The story has been reported quite poorly, very few understand what Flynn actually cut a deal for. There are various theories, but let me say this: All is not as it seems. We won’t likely know until next year at earliest what is actually going on. Andrew McCarthy’s article in National Review last week explained things as well as possible, but truth be known, very little is anything but fog right now. The fog of war.

    Storms. Good metaphors for this time we are immersed in. And for one long year, and the year before that, we have been overwhelmed by the left’s attempts to call down the storm on our heads. They have collectively decided they are the weather experts, the forecasters, and the originators of storms. They think they can say anything they want, say any particular detail is what they want it to be, and unbelievably think they control the news of storms, along with the storms themselves. They have thought they could generate a storm intense enough, long enough, and do so with unlimited power to continue like this as long as they want. And yes, “they,” is the leftist-controlled Democrat/media complex/Deep State. Their sense of entitlement, their arrogance, their terrible lack of character, and their firm belief in their self-righteous right to “resist” has served them, and most of us, poorly, for years.

    From what I see, with all of this whipped up frenzied fear from our storm front leftists (oh, they’re not going to like that phrase), there is not much of a dent in their target. No, Donald Trump has not been touched. As a matter of fact, it’s pretty clear he’s winning. So much is going well. I want to explain something the left does not understand. Trump knows the storm. Trump welcomes the storm. Trump uses the storm…

    …If you had told me we would already be experiencing 3%+ growth, close to 25% increase in the stock market, that we’d be out of the Paris Climate Accords, becoming energy independent, had a great replacement for former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia while remaking the judiciary, getting tax cuts, voting out the Obamacare mandate, remaking the Middle East, that China would help us with Rocket Man, that illegal immigration would be cut by 75% to the lowest level in some 42 years (and that without the wall), that Trump would have driven the media to commit institutional suicide daily, all the while the left pulls its hair out on an hourly basis, I would have said you’re a little torched. Trust me, this is almost miraculous.

    Because this has all been accomplished in the midst of the biggest political maelstrom most of us have witnessed. Nothing is comparable.

    My question to everyone is, how in the hell is Trump doing this? How has he made so much happen, how has he accomplished all this (and more) while being simultaneously resisted by the left, some in his own party, and the entrenched bureaucracy and power we call the Deep State?…

    …This is a man whose whole life has been lived within storms. He thrives on them, welcomes them, and uses them to achieve his goals.

    It’s clear Trump’s political career is following the same course. Whoever tries to engulf him within a storm loses. The left has been calling on storm after storm, and they are still losing. They don’t get it yet. Return to that list of accomplishments cited earlier. He is implementing his promises one at a time, the whole time the left conjures multiple deluges, dark ones, like the witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

    It’s amazing to watch.

    A lot of negativity from the right is spilling over about what is happening with the Mueller Investigation right now. Hannity, Rush, Tucker, even a #nevertrumper or two, literally everyone on the right is outraged, and with a lot of good reason.

    Sean Hannity et al, let me give you a hint: “Let not your heart not be troubled.”

    All the really bad stuff that is happening is happening to those who are conjuring the storm onto Trump, and not so much the other way. This guy Strzok? He has destroyed himself, his credibility, and his career. Along with his FBI honeypot. It appears that Andrew Weissman has done the same thing. Look at James Comey. He’s losing. Andrew McCabe is as well. The FBI will be purged. The Clintons have lost their power. They are no more than a corrupt, ugly footnote to history. No power, with little future. Trump has some scrapes, he doesn’t mind.

    If Mueller is actually doing his worst deed ever, trying to process crime Donald Trump to death over the dumbest political narrative ever, a.k.a. Russia, Russia, Russia, he will be destroyed. I am not convinced that’s what he’s actually doing, In spite of all the thunder and lightning. But if he does, he will destroy himself as the others have done. It will simply not fly….

    …So far, he is the master of the storm. I anticipate nothing less in the next years.

  78. JC says:

    Alright, I’m going to stop reading RRH. The comments there are cancer.

    Those establishment doofuses have zero self awareness, assume guilt by accusation without proof, and demand elections get over turned if they don’t like the outcome.

  79. Tgca says:

    Rise and shine people. Time to go to church and then shopping. Don’t forget to be respectful and sensitive and use the phrase “Happy Holidays” as we do not wish to offend the non-believers.

  80. mnw says:

    I disagree with BL. (I know, stop the presses!).

    Moore wins. Simple as that.

    It isn’t so much the individual polls, or even the RCP average, it’s the trendline— everything has moved in the same direction for about a week now.

    I will hazard a guess that BL didn’t check out that Luntz focus group. I’ve seen Bad Rug Frank do a dozen of those over the years, but man! I never saw one like that. Luntz was pizzed. He couldn’t believe it. He was BEGGING those people.

  81. mnw says:

    JC 80

    And those are the GOOD things about RRH!

    I would add to your list: their extreme tightassedness. You would think they were protecting the last Bible in the world from sacrilege.

  82. Wes says:

    At this point, I say Moore has weathered the storm–due in no small part to the many sexual peccadilloes of the Democrats emerging–and will win by a relatively slender margin of 3-5 points. Predicting the outcomes of races may not be an absolutely perfect science, but dispassionate observation of the multifarious factors in a given election can lead to an accurate prediction.

    As such, I’m comfortable in saying Moore wins.

  83. mnw says:

    Btw, Luntz’ Alabama focus group explains a lot about why it took four years to win the Civil War.

  84. Wes says:

    I know, Mnw.

    People cause the Napoleons running that site to go into a frothing rage simply by discussing policy.

    It’s not as if POLICY has any effect on POLITICS. 🙄

  85. Wes says:

    I want to find some software that makes me unbannable even on registration sites and wreak havoc on the totalitarian website known as rrhelections.com.

  86. Wes says:

    RRH used to let the Dems on the site run rampant with their cheerleading for their party but started scaling that back slightly once the real Republicans noted the mods had a double standard for partisan cheerleading.

  87. Wes says:

    A dinosaur that weighed as much as a spsce shuttle?

    This thing must have made a blue whale look like a brook trout:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/dinosaurs-patagotitan-biggest-ever-bones-fossils-patagonia-argentina-titanosaurs-t-rex-cience-a7883636.html

  88. DW says:

    Fun to see Duke in LAST place in the ACC standings:

    http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/standings

  89. mnw says:

    I’ve been banned at RRH twice, under 2 different screen names. I’m registered there now, under screen name #3, but I’m afraid to post anything.

    I thought my first RRH banning was particularly unfair. There is a creature in Illinois, Erika Herald, who is an AA & a former Miss America. Miss America decided to launch her political career by challenging GOP Rep. Rodney Davis in the GOP primary.

    NOBODY, moderate or Tea Party, had ANYTHING against Davis! Nobody.

    So, I posted at RRH that Miss America had her head up her adz, basically, although I was polite about it.

    Banned! For contempt of Miss America!

  90. jason says:

    Wobbie’s MSM friends strike again…

    Dave Weigel posts photo of half empty arena way before Trump’s speech, when actually the arena was full later.

    When Trump calls him on it, he responds”

    “Sure thing: I apologize. I deleted the photo after @dmartosko told me I’d gotten it wrong. Was confused by the image of you walking in the bottom right corner”

    and

    Weigel followed up soon after, calling it a “bad tweet,” and saying it was “very fair to call me out.”

    At least he apologized, but he didn’t show a picture of the full arena.

  91. jason says:

    Drudge is not very pro-Moore today.

    Some of the headlines:

    “Moore disappears from campaign trail”

    “Democrats win even if they lose”

    Btw, Moore is now emailing me, so the RNC must have shared their data. “they are trying to steal the election” is the title of his email.

  92. mnw says:

    jason

    Concerning Drudge: this has been an eventful last 3 days in the AL Senate race, right? The new polls; the yearbook claim blowing up; Trump’s trip to Floribama, etc.

    The fakenews networks all seem to have covered at least some of these stories, but Drudge? Not one word. The only Drudge story about AL is, “Where Has Moore Disappeared* To?”

    * (He hasn’t.)

  93. mnw says:

    “not very pro-Moore”

    If Drudge ever ran a story that wasn’t anti-Moore, then I missed it.

    I suspect Jones will put out a rescue poll, btw.

  94. Tina says:

    Drudge has not been friendly to moore the whole time.

  95. Tina says:

    He did not know he paid $220k to settle. What a tool.

  96. Tgca says:

    Jesus! It’s 52 degrees in Miami metro right now. I’m gonna get pneumonia and freeze to death . Brghhh!

  97. Tgca says:

    Cien!!!

  98. Phil says:

    220K

    Small line item expenditure. You can’t expect a congressman to be aware every time his staff dips into the petty cash fund. Give the guy a break.

  99. Tina says:

    Looks like nro is doing what it is famous for, retreating.

    National Retreat Online.

    Gop ers telling Rs to surrender

  100. Tina says:

    38 degrees here , near Sf, but I am not at my sf condo today

  101. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #92- mwn
    You have courage to post on the Red Racing Horses’ site.. It has been “captured” by the Daily KOS crowd, Never Trumpers and GOP apologists. Even their daily updates are frequently written by Democrat “moderators”, who snarkily denounce The Donald and the GOP.
    I mostly stopped going to the site when a poster named Tekzilla,a big Lib., wrote on the Daily KOS blog that the RRH’s site was awful because ALL the posters would not condemn the pushing actions by Gianforte in Montana against a Guardian reporter just before the Congressional special election in that State.
    A conservative poster followed by other conservative posters, asked the “moderators ” to enforce the rules and boot Tekzilla from the site. Instead the “moderators” booted the complainers.

  102. jason says:

    I guess Drudge thinks Moore will do more damage to Trump by winning than by losing.

    It’s certainly a valid theory, and I am sympathetic to it. Moore will be a circus act and the gift that will keep on giving. With a national forum for his asinine ideas it will only get worse.

    However, Trump doesn’t have that much time before the midterms to continue implementing his agenda and he needs the vote.

    Plus, a Jones win gives the Dems bragging rights about winning in the South again, and the MSM will run with the meme that the GOP is toast.

    It’s not an easy call, I keep going back to the fact we are basically screwed either way.

  103. Tgca says:

    Newsmax has story on 84 yo Korean War vet who killed one of two intruders in his PA house. Evidently one of the scum tried to grab old yeller and he shot him point blank in the chest. Good! The other coward fled.

    Gramps, who lives alone and has no children, keeps a loaded gun in the house and said “what’s the sense of having a gun if it’s not loaded.” I couldn’t agree more.

    I guess he’s created his mind wn safe space.

    The police claim its self-defense so looks like he won’t be charged unless the gun control advocates make some hey over this.

    I also keep a loaded gun in the house in case someone tries to break in and have their way with me but my friends tell me you can’t rape the willing. That’s so mean…but true.

  104. Phil says:

    Well, Tina, that is what they do – and they do it so well.

  105. jason says:

    220K

    Small line item expenditure. You can’t expect a congressman to be aware every time his staff dips into the petty cash fund. Give the guy a break.”

    Really, I hear Hastings has a policy of only being advised of settlements over $1 million because he is so busy doing the work of the people to bother with penny ante st-ff.

  106. Tina says:

    You have courage to post on the Red Racing Horses’ site.. It has been “captured” by the Daily KOS crowd, Never Trumpers and GOP apologists. Even their daily updates are frequently written by Democrat “moderators”, who snarkily denounce The Donald and the GOP.

    I wonder if the jebots moderate there.

  107. Tina says:

    I stopped reading their content phil and anything from Krystal method, the socialist son.

    It seem d like 3 /4s of National Retreat Online voted for obama.

  108. jason says:

    PA is not Texas where in this case there would really be few questions asked, but still you can shoot intruders in your house. And PA is a very gun friendly state.

  109. Bitterlaw says:

    Krystal method, the socialist son.

    I guess Tina does believe that the sins of the father are visited upon the son. I wonder what her parents believed. Once I know that, I don’t have to read her posts. I will just know that they would be exactly the same as those of her parents.

  110. mnw says:

    Sheep & Tina

    As I said, since I’ve been banned twice already at RRH, I’m reluctant to post there very often, altho I am registered… again. Mostly I just post my election predictions there, along with everybody else.

    I think it’s fascinating the way RRH poster do this at the bottom of their posts:

    “30; NY-12; Republican before Nov. ‘16!”

    How about I put:

    “71; MO-#—; Cro-Magnon MAGA”. How long would I last? What’s the over/under for 15 minutes?

    I notice nobody over there admits to being over 35, btw.

  111. jason says:

    Never been to RRH. From what I read here all it would do is irritate me.

    Why would I do that when the cat peed outside the litter box and irritated me right here?

  112. Tina says:

    I notice nobody over there admits to being over 35, btw.

    Mnw, probably no different than the jebots here.

  113. Wobbles says:

    The MSM has had a bad week.

    Me too.

  114. Chicon says:

    Mnw – you asked about the Hawks…. Struggled to beat the Sabres at home in OT on several days rest. Not pretty. Hawks fans wondering if a coaching change would stir things up, a la the Kings.

    Saw that Jaden is out six weeks or more with the ankle. Tough break, but at a good time of the season.

  115. jason says:

    Walt doesn’t admit being over 150.

  116. jason says:

    If Moore loses the following things will happen:

    MG will still think its smart to support deadenders.

    Wobbie will still think electing liberal Democrats is good for the Republican party.

    If Moore wins the following things will happen:

    NYC will still think its smart to support deadenders.

    Wobbie will blame Trump although in reality Trump had endorsed his opponent in the primary.

  117. jason says:

    Bitter, we will see today if the Eagles are for real or if they peaked too early.

  118. mnw says:

    Chicon

    Saw where Hawks struggled, but they won anyway. Good teams win on bad days.

  119. mnw says:

    I see a number of “DEMs Win Either Way In AL” stories. Not exactly brimming with confidence, are they?

    Was it smart for Jones to bring Booker down to AL, & stand next to him as he called on Trump to resign? Kind of destroys the “Jones is a moderate” meme.

  120. jason says:

    I don’t think even Paul Troll thinks Jones is a moderate.

    The guy is a flaming liberal, his position on abortion is even more extreme than most Dems.

  121. jason says:

    If Jones is elected I bet he votes with Schumer 100% of the time.

    Anyone doubt it?

  122. lisab says:

    i am not surprised drudge does not like moore

    he is either gay or bi and moore is not a supporter of lgbt rights

  123. lisab says:

    there are several articles out today that are pointing out these sexual allegations should only be used against republicans

    and they are instead bringing down democrats

    and that needs to stop

    i called that a couple of weeks ago, the french revolution is starting to splinter

  124. Hugh says:

    Dems win either way is a load of you know what. That is how the gop gives away power with moral victories and actual losses. Win or lose the war on women will be the meme in 2018. If I was in Alabama I would vote for the creep.

  125. jason says:

    If I was in AL I would vote for Luther Strange.

    I admire people who don’t like Moore but would vote for him anyway, their intestinal fortitude is certainly to be commended.

  126. jason says:

    If Moore wins he needs to acknowledge Gloria Allred’s immense contribution to his campaign.

    Not to do so would be a horrible slight.

  127. lisab says:

    moore will not matter going forward.

    as frank luntz found out, the people of alabama vote for alabama.

    no one in any other state is going to say, “i was going to vote for the republican, but after moore i decided to vote for the dem”.

    they will simply blame the people of alabama

  128. Redmen4ever says:

    House versus Senate

    It is not news that the House is in play. The House is supposed to be in play every second year. This was is its design. [1]

    The Senate may or may not be in play in any particular biennium. This depends on the mix of seats coming up and the size of the present majority.

    The Republicans are not particularly vulnerable going into 2018 because there are few freshmen Republicans in competitive districts. Trump had no coattails. We actually lost 6 seats.

    Having said this, we are in uncharted waters with Trump’s Job Approval numbers, and the gerrymandering that followed the last apportionment frays as you approach the end of the ten-year cycle.

    Regarding the Senate, we dodged a bullet in 2016 given that we had 24 of our seats on the line and they had only 10 of their seats on the lines (this imbalance reflected the wave election of 2010). Next year, the roles are reversed.

    They have 4 seats in states that Trump won, which are rated R+9 or more (MO, MT, ND and WV).

    They have 5 other seats in other states that Trump won (FL, MI, OH, PA and WI).

    They (including an independent who sits with them) have 4 in states that Hillary won that are D+3 or less (ME, MN, NH and VA).

    We have no comparable vulnerability.

    We have 1 candidate in a state Trump won that is rated R+5 (AZ) and 1 candidate in a state Hillary won that is rated D+1.

    A lot is riding, as always, on the particular candidates that emerge. Also, there may be limits to the financial resources we can muster. But, on the other hand, the Democrats are no longer in position to shake the money tree of out-of-court settlements involving payments to the GOTV operations, or pay-to-play award of federal contracts.

  129. Redmen4ever says:

    [1] even during the long 1930-1992 period of Democratic rule in the House, we actually took the House a couple times, and were effective in influencing legislation by working with conservative Democrats.

  130. Tgca says:

    It’s currently 59 degrees near me in south FL?
    Really?
    59 in Dec in south FL?
    This is BS!!!
    I’m beginning to think the Russians do have influence over America now.
    I’m not venturing outside until it’s at least a reasonable 75.

  131. JC says:

    lisab says:
    December 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    moore will not matter going forward.

    as frank luntz found out, the people of alabama vote for alabama.

    no one in any other state is going to say, “i was going to vote for the republican, but after moore i decided to vote for the dem”.

    Exactly. I think sometimes political junkies get carried away and forget that most people do not follow these stories religiously or care about political controversies. For most voters, politics is local. Also, the mid terms is ONE YEAR away – an eternity in political terms. One year from now, no one is going to be thinking about Roy Moore and Alabama when they vote.

    I remember the doomsayers were claiming that the Republicans were doomed when John Boehner got forced out, claiming that voters – one year from now – would see how ‘chaotic’ and ‘divided’ the GOP was and be hurt by this ‘perception’ in the 2016 election.

    There wasn’t a single individual in America who was thinking about Beohner’s ousting when they voted last year. Political junkies get too carries away about the here-and-now.

  132. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    It appears there will be one last poll in the Alabama Senate race.. This one will be Monday in the a.m. from Emerson College Polling which had Moore(+4) in its last poll last week. Here is the Tweet:

    More
    New @emersonpolling -> One candidate TAKES CONTROL in #ALSen – Has Doug Jones completed the COMEBACK v #RoyMoore ? Find out Monday morning on the podcast | SUBSCRIBE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/emerson-college-polling-weekly-weekly-podcast-for-nationally/id1

    My prediction is a healthy lead for Mr. Moore since it seems impossible for Jones(D) to take “control” of the race.

  133. mnw says:

    I think what happens in AL could effect the tax bill’s chances of passing. Not directly— I realize Strange will be there when it likely comes up for a vote. But psychologically. Just my hunch.

    I know it doesn’t make any sense that Trump’s fortunes could rise or fall on such a unique & peculiar set of circumstances. But we ended up here whether we like it or not.

  134. mnw says:

    Sheep

    If Emerson says Jones has “has taken control,” they’re going to be out there all by themselves. They’ll either be very happy or very sorry.

  135. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Can Tim Pawlenty(R) win the Minnesota Senate seat next November?

    http://kstp.com/politics/tim-pawlenty-minnesota-senate-campaign-al-franken-resignation/4700314/

  136. JC says:

    Heh. Scott Adams shows you how to take a photo with a member of congress: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1nAKEWevbvyJL

  137. lisab says:

    the thing is, as we have seen by the list, the dems are far more vulnerable to sex abuse allegations than the gop, just fr hollywood alone

    the metoo movement cannot continue or the dem party will be empty …

    moore will be a distant memory win or lose

  138. DW says:

    Adam Venit (D) – Hollywood agent
    *Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    $Alcee Hastings (D) – US Congressman
    Alex Kozinski (R) – Circuit Court Judge
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    *Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    $ Blake Farenthold (R) – US Congressman
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryan Singer (D) – Film Director
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    *Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    Danny Masterson (D) – Actor
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Dylan Howard (D) – Tabloid editor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    *Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    $ Gregory Meeks (D) – US Congressman
    Harold Ford (D) – former congressman
    *Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    *James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Jesse Jackson (D) – Activist, politician
    *+Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    *John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    John Singleton (D) – Film director
    Johnathan Schwartz (D) – Radio host
    Jon Heely (D) – Disney music executive
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Leonard Lopate (D) – Radio host
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    *Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Debabneh (D) – CA Assemblyman
    *Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Peter Martins (D) – Director NYC Ballet
    Randy Baumgardner (R) – CO State Senator
    Raul Bocanegra (D) – CA Assemblyman
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tony Mendoza (D) – CA Assemblyman
    *+Trent Franks (R) – US Congressman
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

    $ – Indicates used taxpayer dollars in a settlement
    * – Indicates accused lost job over allegations
    + – Indicates did nothing wrong, per jason and Wes

  139. Tgca says:

    Ok. Finally broke 60 in south FL. It’s currently a frigid 61 degrees but I think I can now survive this global freeze, as long as I stay indoors and keep under the covers and don’t turn on the A/C. Brghhh!!!

  140. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Quote from Maureen Dowd article in NYT. It should have been entitled “Hillary, Go Away.”

    “The muddled message of Hillary campaigning as a feminist while being a key cog in Weinstein’s complicity machine was summed up nicely in a tweet Wednesday by The Times’s Amy Chozick. Running the gamut from Bill to Harvey to Trump to Anthony Weiner, Chozick tweeted: “So Hillary, married to an alleged sexual abuser, took $ from an alleged sexual abuser to help her defeat an alleged sexual abuser and ended up losing partly b/c of an alleged sexual abuser.””

  141. jason says:

    I never leave the house if its more than 15 below zero.

    Unless I am out of bacon or scrapple.

  142. Tgca says:

    Say No to pork!!!

  143. jason says:

    Pork is my favorite meat after llama.

  144. mnw says:

    and Cuy?

  145. jason says:

    Cuy? Fried or roasted?

  146. jason says:

    How desperate is the MSM?

    They have a hit piece on Pence.

    “Ratting out fraternity brothers”.

    Yep, best they could do.

    http://www.newsweek.com/mike-pence-once-ratted-out-his-fraternity-brothers-having-keg-735711?utm_source=internal&utm_campaign=most_read&utm_medium=most_read1

  147. jason says:

    My cousin was almost arrested for roasting cuy in NYC…

    “PARK SLOPE — A man roasting a guinea pig in Prospect Park on Saturday morning got grilled by police after a 911 caller assumed he was an animal abuser.

    Officers responded to an emergency call about someone mistreating a squirrel in the park, police said. But the suspected abuse turned out to be lunch in the making.

    The man, who told DNAinfo New York he was from Ecuador, was roasting the squirrel-sized animal on a 4-foot wooden skewer over a barbecue grill near the Ninth Street entrance to the park about 9:30 a.m. The man said the animal was a guinea pig.

    It’s legal to grill meat as long as it’s in one of the park’s designated barbecue areas, which was the case in this instance, an NYPD spokesman said. Police did not take any action against the man.”

  148. jason says:

    Not a good start for the Eagles. I am not happy because I have Aghalor in my league.

  149. Wes says:

    If Roy Moore resigned a month before the elections as Mark Foley did in 2006 because of covert sex scandals, then, yes, he’d have an effect on the midterms. Otherwise, I see him as a typical sanctimonious senatorial blowhard like Rand Paul whom no one takes seriously.

    Dems are giving cover to the GOP by being yhe kings of salacious sex scandals though this time, thus desensitizing the public to similar occurrences on the GOP side.

    As always, the mood of the country will be paramount. At this, point with so many mixed signals coming out of the electorate, who knows what that will be in 11 months?

  150. Wobbles says:

    I hope Mueller takes a look at Keggate…

    If both Trump and Pence are impeached after the election and Dems take control of Congress Pelosi will be President.

    Be its ok, she is actually a moderate, trust me.

  151. Phil says:

    I would say there is a slightly better chance than not that Democrats take the House. Won’t take it by much but once they have it they will impeach Trump. Not a doubt in my mind of that. They are simply waiting until they get the numbers. Don’t see him being removed by the senate but the trial will gum up the works for the remainder of Trump’s term.

    I could see Democrats getting as many as two House seats here in Texas. Lots of Republican House retirements which makes a loss of the House by Republicans very doable.

  152. Phil says:

    President Pelosi.

    God help us all.

  153. Corree says:

    Pelosi is a non-ideological compromiser like Hillary.

  154. jason says:

    Officials determined to give the Eagles a touchdown… both 15 yd penalties were mickey mouse.

  155. BayernFan says:

    Lol a President Pelosi would destroy the Democrat Party

  156. jason says:

    Rams got ripped off on that drive.

  157. mnw says:

    jason

    Funny story about the Central Park cuy.

    Have you seen the Last Supper from the basilica in Cusco?

  158. jason says:

    Maybe, but I don’t want to take the chance.

  159. jason says:

    Yeah, Jesus eating a cuy?

  160. mnw says:

    Fir the House, all we can do is hope the economy is roaring along then.

  161. jason says:

    I don’t know if they had guinea pigs in the Holy Land…

  162. mnw says:

    jason

    Yeah. It surprises & delights the tourists.

  163. jason says:

    They are actually pretty tasty, and no they don’t taste like chicken.

  164. jason says:

    They taste like a cross between a rat and a squirrel. Or maybe hamster and squirrel, with a hint of otter.

  165. jason says:

    Another horrible call against the Rams.

    Leveraging my ass.

  166. jason says:

    Agholor!

  167. jason says:

    Nice win by the Eagles with a little help by their striped friends.

    Not a smart play by Wentz he should just have slid in feet first.. a TD is not worth getting hurt for.

  168. Bitterlaw says:

    I don’t pray for people because it never turns out well. I really hope Wentz only has a sprain.

    As for Wentz running it in, there was no reason to not do it. He was hit going in. However, I have never seen a player with a torn ACL get up and stay in the game to throw a TD. He also walked into the locker room. That is why I am hoping against hope.

  169. Chicon says:

    Bitter, PFT says Eagles fear left ACL tear. A shame, if true

  170. Cash Cow TM says:

    DW,

    Walt says please stop the posts where you bash Duke.
    It makes him feel uneasy.

    Walt also is still laughing at the thought of dinosaurs having feathers. Walt said the only dinosaur he saw that had feathers was one that had some feathers in its mouth–right after it ate a chicken.

  171. Bitterlaw says:

    Chi – The life of an Eagles fan is not meant to be easy.

  172. Chicon says:

    I understand, Bitter. I had 50 years of Cub fandom before last season.

  173. mnw says:

    Chicon

    Don’t feel like the Hawks were the Lone Ranger in putting a bad Sabes team away.

  174. Tina says:

    people show up for a jomes, duval patrick rally.
    It is ovah due to allred and the forgery.

  175. Tina says:

    100 people.

  176. mnw says:

    Tina

    A reasonable conclusion.

  177. Tina says:

    Mnw, jebot will be sad.

    Post after post after post.

  178. Chicon says:

    True, mnw. It can be an aggravating game.

  179. Bitterlaw says:

    Corral!

  180. Tina says:

    Krap to the Eagles?

  181. Tina says:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/danger-nfl-ticket-prices-hit-rock-bottom-national-anthem-backlash-extends-week-14/

    The felons league selling tickets for $2 and paying for fans.

    Lol, good job roger gazebo.

  182. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING

    CNN is planning an hour long special of how DJT was mean spiritedly instrumental in causing/ordering the fall that injured U.S. skier Lindsay Vonn after she said she would not go to White House if invited.

  183. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING

    The Pope says the CA wildfires were the result of DJT angering God and God getting back at DJT with CA wildfires to make DJT look bad.

  184. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING

    cash Cow is just fooling with you all….

  185. Bitterlaw says:

    Now I see why I never read Gateway Pundit. Tickets to crappy games are going for rock bottom prices? Shocking.

    Tina – Wait until you what the tickets to the 2-11 Giants go for next week when the Eagles visit. Met Life will be 60% Eagles fans for a Giants home game.

  186. Paul says:

    Trump wants someone fired over a tweet. Well played David Weigel.

  187. Tina says:

    Plenty of crappy trams, but $2 tickets. Lol

  188. mnw says:

    Tuesday night looks to be a troll free zone.

    Will u be here, to explicate muh yearbook, trolly?

  189. JC says:

    Paul says:
    December 10, 2017 at 10:58 pm

    Trump wants someone fired over a tweet. Well played David Weigel.
    ——————–

    Trump said he should be fired for reporting fake news.

    This, of course, got people debating on whether he should or shouldn’t be fired.

    And if your debating that, you’ve already moved passed the sell (that he reported fake news). You see how that works?

  190. JC says:

    Where’s Robbie? Did his Cruise ship get lost at sea?

  191. Paul says:

    I think we’ve also moved beyond whether or not the president is a criminal.

  192. jason says:

    Weigel apologized and even said Trump was right to call him out on it.

    So I would give him a pass, he seems more contrite than most of the fake news morons.

  193. jason says:

    As opposed to Hillary, where there is no need for debate?

    Ok

  194. Tina says:

    He is contrite because he was fired years ago for doing the same. This has got to be the worst week ever for the fourth estate.

  195. Tina says:

    Have the loons moved passed muh yearbook?

  196. jason says:

    Trump’s “crime” seems to be limited to kicking Hillary’s ass.

    It must suck to be Paul Troll.

  197. Paul says:

    Yearbook is real. You f&cktard b%tch.

  198. Tina says:

    I guess the loons have not gotten passed muh yearbook.

  199. Paul says:

    Dossier is real too. You f%cking losers.

  200. Paul says:

    I’ve got the pee stained sheets from the Russian hotel to prove it.

  201. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    187. “BREAKING The Pope says the CA wildfires were the result of DJT angering God and God getting back at DJT with CA wildfires to make DJT look bad.”

    Why does the Pope think Trump would particularly care about California?

  202. Bitterlaw says:

    Well, I think we now have removed all doubt that Paul is a parody troll.

  203. jason says:

    Great win by the Steelers.

  204. jason says:

    He is a troll, that is for sure.

  205. Redmen4ever says:

    Lindsey Vonn hurt back – just the latest Trump Curse

    NFL ratings down … Hollywood grope gate … ODell Beckham disrespects Trump with dog dance after touchdown and then breaks leg in next game … Macy’s discontinues Trump Ties and then announces store closings … Michael Moore’s anti-Trump Broadway show flops … Marilyn Manson makes a video involving a Trump beheading and gets clobbered when a stage prop falls on him and cancels rest of tour … Kathy Griffith after her Trump beheading can’t get work … Fake Media getting caught faking the news … LeBron James disrespects Trump and his team falls 3 games behind Boston … Levall Bell disrespects Trump and his son is arrested for shoplifting in China and then suspended from his college team … Hillary Clinton STILL denies the Trump Curse … Jeb Bush no comprende nada de Trump Curse.

  206. Bitterlaw says:

    Red – Beckham’s gross display was against the Eagles and not about Trump. LeBron’s trouble is due to his team not having as good a team around him as last year.

  207. dblaikie says:

    210 Great post! Did you come up with the “Trump Curse” yourself or find it somewhere else. In any event it enabled me to start the day with a laugh.

  208. Redmen4ever says:

    212 saw the expression, made the list

  209. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    BREAKING NEWS:
    Explosion at the Port Authority Terminal in NYC. Subway stations are being evacuated. Some injuries reported. Suspect in custody.

  210. jason says:

    Looks like he had a pipe bomb that went off prematurely.

  211. jason says:

    You can add Lindsey Vonn to the Trump curse…

  212. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump Curse? Zzzzzzzzzzz.

  213. mnw says:

    Whoops, there it is!

    Thx, MG.

  214. mnw says:

    The last Emerson had Moore +3, I think.

    The last time Jones was ahead in a poll was a WaPo poll taken in Nov.

  215. MichiganGuy says:

    mnw, my pleasure.

  216. mnw says:

    MG

    I’m sure it was!

    Moore has now led in 6 of the last 7 polls included in the RCP avg.

  217. MichiganGuy says:

    mnw, this is the 3rd poll where Moore is polling over 50%. That right there tells you it’s pretty much a done deal.

  218. mnw says:

    Yes. I’ve read that outside DEM groups spent appx $4 million on Jones’ campaign.

    I can’t remember what they spent on Ossoff.

  219. Bitterlaw says:

    Carson Wentz had a twitter post about his faith yesterday. How is that possible? Jason said that the NFL would drive out religious QBs.

  220. mnw says:

    I forgot… I’m betting we’ll get a Jones internal rescue poll sometime today.

  221. Phil says:

    Moore +9?

    Brace for Paul to come by this morning and throw another tantrum.

    Entertaining, yes but getting old.

  222. DW says:

    Also look for Robbie to extend his cruise.

  223. Phil says:

    The fantasy island cruise continues?

  224. MichiganGuy says:

    mnw says:
    December 11, 2017 at 9:25 am
    I forgot… I’m betting we’ll get a Jones internal rescue poll sometime today.
    ——————————————————————–
    Is “internal resue poll” code word for washintonpost poll 😉

  225. MichiganGuy says:

    washingtonpost

  226. Phil says:

    PPP has gone silent this race.

    Wonder why?

  227. Redmen4ever says:

    Based on the polls that include a third option, I’m showing 3 points that way. Given that number, I have only 1 percent undecided in the most recent batch of polls. I think the undecideds continue to drift Moore’s way and also some of those favoring a third option.

    Moore 53 to 45 to 2

  228. Phil says:

    Alabama has been the only race in town for three months and not one poll from PPP.

  229. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #226
    Ossoff(D-GA) raised $23 million from Democrat groups and about $15 million from individual donors.

  230. Redmen4ever says:

    I doubt the Senate Ethics Committee holds a hearing. The bogus yearbook would be shown to be a complete fake by the age of the ink; in the case of the person who was 40 years ago a child, we’re talking of a recovered memory; it’s not against the law to date or hug and kiss legal teenage girls; and, dating and hugging and kissing legal teenage girls contradicts the profile of a pedophile, it does not corroborate molesting a minor. The other side isn’t interested in justice, it’s interested in the issue.

    On the other hand, if the yearbook isn’t bogus, and the FBI proves that the ink of the signature is forty years old, Roy Moore will have completed a hat trick: removed three times from elective office.

  231. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    FOX News just released an Alabama Senate Poll which shows Jones +10—50% to 40%. I kid you not. See the RCP average.

  232. Cash Cow TM says:

    Dem donors have more money than brains.

    DJT has more money the brains.
    *****************************
    Both can be true.

  233. Bitterlaw says:

    Warning – Do not let your teenage daughters near Red. He thinks that something being legal makes it right. Apples and oranges, creepy Red.

  234. Redmen4ever says:

    BAM!

    We have a race. Fox News Poll gives Jones 10 point lead 50 to 40.

    BIG sample (for live caller poll).

    TURNOUT is the key. They say Jones has the MO.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/12/11/fox-news-poll-enthused-democrats-give-jones-lead-over-moore-in-alabama.html

  235. MichiganGuy says:

    Redmen beat me too it.

  236. mnw says:

    I wonder if Ossoff kept any of that money? There are ways to do that legally, as long as you pay taxes on it.

    You can license your photo to your campaign. You can employ family members, etc.

  237. MichiganGuy says:

    Realclearpolitics has Jones up 10 for foxnews poll.

  238. MichiganGuy says:

    Oops my bad. I read it wrong. Foxnews always hated Moore. They are going to look stupid.

  239. mnw says:

    What did FOX do differently than the others? Model more AAs, or more DEMs?

  240. DW says:

    weird polling…yes, the Fox Poll sample size is large, but the recent Trafalgar Group poll was even larger than Fox, and has Moore up by 5

  241. Paul says:

    Fox News is in the bag with the marxist Jones.

  242. DW says:

    whoever wins, there will be some pollsters who lose big time.

  243. Paul says:

    I just heard Trump’s robocall he recorded for Roy Moore. He’s slurring his speech a little in the recording. Just a little weird. Did he sound normal at his rally?

  244. Bitterlaw says:

    Paul – Your act is stale. Pick a new name and try something else.

  245. Todd McCain says:

    Paul needs a safe space.

  246. Paul says:

    Is Corey from Canada available?

  247. Redmen4ever says:

    The SurveyMonkey “pick your poll,” to which I linked above, generated a +9 for Jones when using conventional methodology (i.e., weighting by demographics [only] and using a standard likely voter screen) AND a +8 for Moore when weighting by vote in 2016 along with demographics, and using a standard likely voter screen, which is what Change Research does).

    Name-calling is how Democrats seek to suppress the vote. We will see tomorrow if the tactic merely suppressing response rates to polls or if it does indeed suppress the vote.

  248. Bitterlaw says:

    You would know.

  249. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Crosstabs of the FOX Poll have yet to be released, but the grapevine says that it may be an R+2 in PID.

  250. Todd McCain says:

    FOX all alone on an island.

  251. Bitterlaw says:

    I miss Cory. His 2016 meltdown and hatred of me was awesome.

  252. Waingro says:

    “Foxnews already hates Moore.”

    The entire prime time lineup would like to have a word with you.

  253. Paul says:

    My trolling ability goes down hill when I don’t take my meds. I’m back on them this morning, so will try to keep from getting fired by the Central Troll Authority. Robbie is drinking his coffee and the our office and should be on shortly.

  254. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #269
    If the AL results mirror the Emerson Poll released today, then FOX should fire their pollsters.

  255. Paul says:

    If you work at a polling firm, you could make some money on those markets.

  256. DW says:

    My take on the polling is to toss out Fox News and Emerson, ignore Strategy research due to being a week old, and zero in on Gravis and Trafalgar Group due to their large sample sizes. The race right now is probably about Moore +4, but that isn’t exactly a position from which he should think he is a lock or anything. Voters still have to show up and mark the ballots.

  257. Bitterlaw says:

    All polls are wrong unless they show Moore with a lead.

    The Hedgehog way.

  258. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #259
    R+2 confirmed as the PID in the FOX Poll(below question 7 of the below crosstabs).

    https://andersonrobbins.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/121117_complete_dec_AL_topline_web.pdf

  259. NYCmike says:

    270 for the WIN! BIGLY!

  260. Todd McCain says:

    Moore wins the race. All out alone on an island when ALL pollsters have shifted to Moore isn’t where they want to be.

    Unless we see some ridiculous AA turnout, Moore wins.

  261. mnw says:

    R +2? PDT carried AL by 28 points, as I recall.

  262. Marv says:

    Hi Folks,

    If Army can beat Navy two years in a row, then certainly Moore can beat Jones. Moore probably wins this thing in the high single digits.

  263. DW says:

    Keep in mind that back in the early fall, before Moore’s accusers were announced, other pollsters had Moore up 8, 11, 11, while at the time Fox News said it was tied.

  264. DW says:

    Marv! How’s it going?

  265. Chicon says:

    Robbie’s guy, Judge Napolitano, on Fox disagreeing with Senator Graham’s position that the latest NYC bomber should be treated as an enemy combatant.

    ….that should result in a fly-by any moment…..

  266. Marv says:

    DW,

    Going great!

    Oh, I almost forgot…….the Board wants us to put an Alabama Senate poll in the field this morning.

  267. mnw says:

    For once De Blasio threw in the towel & said the “T” word— terror.

    However, Obamacdissented & said, “We may never know…”

    /s

  268. DW says:

    278 – yeah, I saw their memo. I texted Heinz about it and he went ballistic saying we should stay outta that race. But then I told him the board was behind the decision, so he said alright, but he wasn’t putting his reputation on the line and went home early.

    So I scheduled it, and we will have results rushed for publication by 5 pm.

  269. Marv says:

    DW…good. I figure it will show Moore by five or six.

    Did you catch the Army-Navy game Sat?

  270. DW says:

    281-I did not. I stopped watching college football for the most part in 1982 when Cal beat John Elway and Stanford in the great play where they had to run back a kick-off while both the Stanford players, including extra players who ran onto the field, and the Stanford band was on the field. Ironically, Cal had a miscommunication and executed the play one player short. They scored to win, with a trombone player getting mowed down in the end zone.

    After that, I figured there wasn’t much left to see.

  271. Marv says:

    DW…I saw that game too.

    The Army-Navy game is a great spectacle. Nobody takes a knee there.

  272. janz says:

    Today’s Fox Poll has:

    Jones 50

    Moore 40

    Undecided 8

    Other 2

  273. DW says:

    I always liked the idea of getting into the Army-Navy game, but just never found the time to do it.

    Saw another story this morning showing the empty grandstands around the NFL yesterday. Granted, some of the pictures were from teams that are horrible and already eliminated from playoffs, but still…and they said one stadium was giving away tickets for $3–less than a beer and a hot dog, and still no takers. Hearing that, it made me proud once again to be an American–that fans are staying home to honor the flag when spoiled brats on the field refuse to do so.

  274. BRENT says:

    fox polls are always horrible toward republicans and on what world is Alabama only +2 rep !!!

    ignore this poll by fox ROY MOORE wins by double digits imo

  275. mnw says:

    I don’t ignore it, but I think the RCP avg has more predictive value.

  276. Bitterlaw says:

    I can only hope that fans boycott the first Eagles playoff game. I will be happy to buy tickets. I will stand during the National Anthem. I don’t care what the players do before they play the game.

  277. Midge says:

    Judge Moore will win handsomely because he is a Constitutional Conservative and we need more Constitutional Conservatives in the US Senate to thwart the anti-Trump anti-America agenda of the LFSMs.

  278. Paul says:

    What is LFSM? I’ve not heard of that one.

    LFSM = Lively feminists smacking men
    LFSM = Lutheran fraternal sado masochists

  279. janz says:

    I am not so sure about an assured Moore win. He was able to revive his numbers following the initial allegations tumbling out. However, the last week has been brutal for Moore, regarding the never ending recriminations, and the piling on of news media, elites etc.

    Trump coming in strong at the end, IMO, was also a risky move by him. In trying to get AL voters enthused for Trump’s agenda being passed, his all out, robocall support will also bring out those who want to stick it to Trump.

  280. Marv says:

    janz

    See #273

  281. Paul says:

    I’m pretty sure Moore wins and I’m even among the LFSM.

  282. janz says:

    Thanks for the upbeat post Marv. Also, it’s good to see your name on the board. You’re always such a happy, positive dude!

  283. Bitterlaw says:

    Carson Wentz out for the season with a torn ACL. That hurts more than any election result.

  284. dblaikie says:

    Well either fox news is right or all the other polls. The best news is that the real poll will be taken tomorrow. My only thought is that if the fox poll is only +2 Republican, you can throw it out. Not that I am a shill for Moore, but Alabama is about +20 Republican. And fox knows that! It is out just to make news and have Shepard Smith be excited about something.

  285. Marv says:

    janz…thanks, glad to be here. At my age, I’m glad to be anywhere. (HT to George Burns)

  286. Bitterlaw says:

    Judge Moore will win handsomely because he is a Constitutional Conservative and we need more Constitutional Conservatives in the US Senate to thwart the anti-Trump anti-America agenda of the LFSMs.

    I was not aware that being a Constitutional Conservative means disregarding the rulings of courts and substituting your religious faith for the rule of law. You learn something new here every day.

  287. DW says:

    What fox must be gambling is that GOP turnout will be depressed, and the Dem turnout will look like the VA Gov race. Not an outrageous assumption, but AL is quite a bit more red than VA.

  288. dblaikie says:

    One thing for sure, if Moore pulls it out. Fox news polling will have egg all over its face.

  289. Marv says:

    Bitterlaw….I’m following the lead of Vin Scully and boycotting the NFL, until further notice.

  290. Bitterlaw says:

    Welcome back, Marv. I watched the Army-Navy game. I felt for the kicker who missed at the end but that was a tough situation for any kicker. I would rather watch that game because it is played by student athletes rather than minor-league NFL players.

    CCC

  291. Midge says:

    LFSM is an acronym for the liberal fabyan socialist marxists.

  292. dblaikie says:

    DW, “fox must be gambling” well put. The only trouble is that I thought, or should I say, used to believe that polls were scientific.

  293. Marv says:

    DW, a fair point about VA, but Alabama doesn’t have anything like NOVA. Maybe a little bit around some of the college towns.

  294. Bitterlaw says:

    Marv – I fully believe in the Separation of Sports and State. I do not care what the players do before the game. I do not like it but I can’t change it.

  295. BayernFan says:

    I’d vote for Moore over any Democrat. The only thing that matters in that binary choice is how they would vote in the Senate on matters that directly affect my life. It isn’t rocket surgery.

  296. DW says:

    Its Bitter’s luck. Following his comments all these years he is something of a Charlie Brown. He finally gets his team to be the best in the NFC, and arguably the best in the whole NFL, and it turns out to be the year for a fan boycott, and then with three games to go the quarterback tears an ACL.

  297. Bitterlaw says:

    LFSM is an acronym for the liberal fabyan socialist marxists.

    What is a socialist Marxist? If you are a socialist, you rejected Marxism because it goes too far. If you are a Marxist, you rejected stopping at socialism.

  298. mnw says:

    I’ve been scanning RRH comments, so you don’t have to.

    FOX poll has Moore +3 among men. Hmm. And as noted, PVI at +2 R. FOX has Jones +30 among “cell phone only” households. Moore does better with those LVs who have voted recently than among those LVs who. SAY they will vote.

    The Wise Men say Gravis included only 22% AA, which they regard as too low, with some empirical evidence to support that.

    Two more polls apparently coming today: Change & Strategic Research.

  299. Bitterlaw says:

    DW – The fan boycott is irrelevant to me. The Eagles sell out every game and the waiting list for season tickets is still over 25,000 people.

  300. Bitterlaw says:

    There is now talk of signing Kaepernick as a backup for the Eagles. If it helps the Eagles win a Super Bowl, I can live with it. I can’t stand him but there is a bigger picture here. I could not stand Trump, either, but I voted for him.

  301. Marv says:

    Bitterlaw,

    I am not as irritated with the kneelers as I am the Commissioner and the owners who have allowed them to sully their brand. Also they caved to the kneelers and diverted $100,000,000 from breast cancer research and military family charities and put those funds into SJW causes. IMO that’s a form of extortion and tells me that NFL leadership is weak and easily cowed…..not unlike today’s college administrators.

  302. Marv says:

    Too bad Lindsay Vonn bad mouthed President Trump, then fell and injured her back the next day. Were I Trump, I would have called her and wished her a speedy recovery.

  303. Marv says:

    Bitterlaw, the winner of the Commander in Chief’s Trophy will win the National Championship before the Eagles even play in a Super Bowl.

  304. jason says:

    My sources say Fox released this poll to mobilize Moore voters.

  305. Marv says:

    jason,

    How goes it today?

  306. DW says:

    I am sure the advertisers who spent top dollar to get ads during NFL games are thrilled with the return they are getting.

    What’s the NFL going to do next year when people who bought season tickets, don’t?

  307. Marv says:

    DW

    Now that the college football season is almost over, I’m waiting for MLB spring training to start.

  308. Bitterlaw says:

    DW – Did you see the almost $2.5 billion deal the NFL just signed with Verizon? If the Browns can have season ticket holders, every team will. Most teams have long waiting lists to buy them.

  309. Marv says:

    Bitterlaw,

    I have several favorite MLB teams, so there’s a pretty good chance I’ll have a good year coming up.

  310. jason says:

    I see all the Moore supporters are pulling a Wobbie and trying to cherry pick the polls.

    The Fox poll is just as legitimate as all the others and its stupid to say “Fox Polls are always anti-Republican”. Why would that be, does that make any sense?

    The poll results are obviously due to the fact they are estimating a low R turnout, probably on the basis that Moore is not that popular with Rs to start with and many (like me if I lived in AL) will not vote for him. Even Shelby said he didn’t vote for him.

    That being said R+2 does seem low even if you want to make a low R turnout and highly energized Dem turnout assumption.

    I am still 60/40 Moore on the odds.

  311. jason says:

    Hey Marv, glad you are back.

    I am with you on the NFL.

    If they sign the America hater I hope they lose even more viewers.

  312. Chicon says:

    DW – good afternoon. The NFL is less dependent on ticket revenue than any other major sport. The TV revenue is where it’s at for them, so the declining viewership will be a problem when network deals are up next in a few years. They have time to straighten stuff out, but imo the fall off began before the anthem stuff and won’t be an easy fix.

  313. jason says:

    If you are a Marxist, you rejected stopping at socialism.”

    You can bet just about every socialist in America and elsewhere is actually a Marxist.

    It’s just that socialism sounds less radical.

  314. NYCmike says:

    Good afternoon HHR!

    Giancarlo sends his best wishes to all!

  315. jason says:

    I fully believe in the Separation of Sports and State.”

    Like when the Pope rails against capitalism it has nothing to do with the Church, its his personal opinion that nobody listens to?

    LOL

    There IS no separation of sports and state if the players are demonstrating on the field and in the stadium and during the broadcasts.

    Bitter believes in the “I see nothing, I hear nothing” strategy of pretending things are not happening.

  316. jason says:

    Screw Giancarlo…

    Who is he?

  317. NYCmike says:

    A-Hole on A-Hole attacks always get messy…..quick!

  318. GPO says:

    Matt Rosendale have any chance in Montana Senate race? Just got an email that Cruz and Lee backing him in the primary

  319. jason says:

    We knew MG could not spell.

    Now we know he can’t read either.

  320. jason says:

    Hey NYC, GFY.

    I know, you haven’t said anything stupid YET, so you have credit.

  321. jason says:

    And I am not “attacking” Bitter’s head in sand strategy, I am commenting on it.

    It’s actually quite effective as you can see by the fact Sgt Schultz survived for years in the Stalag without getting shot for treason.

  322. Bitterlaw says:

    Bitter believes in the “I see nothing, I hear nothing” strategy of pretending things are not happening.

    I know that there is a boycott. I do not think it is an impactful as Jason believes it to be.

    I know that the Pope’s political statements have a negative impact. Still waiting on Jason to tell me if I should go to Mass on Christmas Eve.

  323. Bitterlaw says:

    If they sign the America hater I hope they lose even more viewers.

    Eagles ratings are solid.

  324. Bitterlaw says:

    The fact that people can watch games streamed on the internet for free or at a cost that does not go the networks and/or NFL has a greater impact than the boycott.

  325. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – Jason thinks that American Catholics get to vote on the Pope. I must have missed the election day.

  326. mnw says:

    I have some really good opioids— the kind hookers prefer to cash! I mean… that’s the rumor. I don’t know. Just something I heard. Asking for a friend.

    Knee replacement. So I will be able to bore everybody cross-eyed for about a month. Nothing else to do. The Bluz only play a few times each week.

    POLLS:

    If FOX looks like a genius tomorrow night, Emerson is gonna need years to regain its reputation. Emerson: “95% probability Moore wins. Almost no path for Jones. Easier to see a 15-point Moore win than it is to see Jones winning.”

  327. Bitterlaw says:

    mnw – Good luck. I know several people who had knee replacement surgery and had great results. Hopefully, you will as well. Of course, there are those rare occasions when somebody dies or ends up crippled with never-ending pain but they are not common.

  328. NYCmike says:

    Bitter,

    Maybe your wife hid the absentee ballot for the Pope election……after all, she wasn’t in your top three.

  329. mnw says:

    My favorite Rodney Dangerfield joke:

    “People ask me, how long you gonna be in the hospital, Rodney? I tell ‘em, well, if everything goes the way the doctors think it will, about three days. If not, about 15 minutes.”

  330. NYCmike says:

    Ok, honestly…..I did not vote on the Pope election….in fact, I am trying to figure out where all of my weekly campaign contributions went, and why they keep asking for them.

  331. mnw says:

    Monmouth has a tie in AL.

  332. Chicon says:

    How do any of these pollsters know how to poll a statewide race in AL? When’s the last time it was competitive?

  333. Paul says:

    Around my part of Illinois, there’s a ton of things named after the millionaire Col. Fabyan. Fabyan parkways, Fabyan windmills, Fabyan Japanese Garden, Fabyan Mansion.

    Maybe this Fabyan thing is part of an Illinois plot by Emmanuel.

  334. Redmen4ever says:

    Three polls today: +9 Moore, tie and +10 Jones.

  335. Chicon says:

    344 – been in Illinois for 50 years. Never heard of Fabyan anything.

  336. Redmen4ever says:

    Has anybody factored the following into their model:

    The Washington Redskins won their last home game prior to this election.

  337. Paul says:

    When I search facebook posts from Alabama, I see a lot of posts about Moore’s comments about the nation being great during slavery, and his comments about only needing the first ten amendments to the constitution. These things may be playing bigger that some might realize.

    I’m still thinking Roy Moore wins. But if he does lose, some of this will be a factor.

  338. DW says:

    Larry King (D) – TV and Radio host
    Tom Ashbrook (D) – National Public Radio host
    Mario Batali (D) – Chef

    Adam Venit (D) – Hollywood agent
    *Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    $Alcee Hastings (D) – US Congressman
    Alex Kozinski (R) – Circuit Court Judge
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    *Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    $ Blake Farenthold (R) – US Congressman
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryan Singer (D) – Film Director
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    *Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    Danny Masterson (D) – Actor
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Dylan Howard (D) – Tabloid editor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    *Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    $ Gregory Meeks (D) – US Congressman
    Harold Ford (D) – former congressman
    *Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    *James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Jesse Jackson (D) – Activist, politician
    *+Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    *John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    John Singleton (D) – Film director
    Johnathan Schwartz (D) – Radio host
    Jon Heely (D) – Disney music executive
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry King (D) – TV and Radio host
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Leonard Lopate (D) – Radio host
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mario Batali (D) – Chef
    *Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Debabneh (D) – CA Assemblyman
    *Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Peter Martins (D) – Director NYC Ballet
    Randy Baumgardner (R) – CO State Senator
    Raul Bocanegra (D) – CA Assemblyman
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tom Ashbrook (D) – National Public Radio host
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tony Mendoza (D) – CA Assemblyman
    *+Trent Franks (R) – US Congressman
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

    $ – Indicates used taxpayer dollars in a settlement
    * – Indicates accused lost job over allegations
    + – Indicates did nothing wrong, per jason and Wes