Sarah Palin lights up campaign rally for Judge Roy Moore
Declaring, "The swamp can’t win here. This is our red line", Governor Sarah Palin campaigned for Judge Roy Moore at a rally following his debate with incumbent Luther Strange.
Moore and Strange face off next Tuesday in a hotly contested GOP primary for one of Alabama’s Senate seats.
Strange is being heavily supported by Mitch McConnell and the Republican establishment, which has poured millions of D.C. dollars into the race through McConnell’s Senate Leadership PAC. President Trump has also voiced support for Strange, and reportedly will campaign for him tomorrow. Palin suggested that those who steered Trump toward Strange was an indication that the D.C. swamp is "trying to hijack this presidency." She pointed at shifts emanating from the Washington Republicans and the Trump White House, saying "We voted for a big beautiful wall, not more amnesty deals."
Palin told the crowd that, "A vote for Judge Moore isn’t a vote against the President, It is a vote for the peoples agenda that elected the President."
Palin stirred the crowd with exuberant remarks, placing strong emphasis on the contrast between the two candidates. Moore as a true representative for the people of Alabama who is "on our side", and Strange as a "creature" of the D.C. swamp.
Following Palin’s remarks, Judge Moore briefly addressed supporters.
Aside from Palin, Judge Moore has picked up a raft of notable endorsements including Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Mike Huckabee, Ann Coulter, Louie Gohmert, Phil Robertson, Chuck Norris, and President Trump’s former Chief Strategist, Steve Bannon.