(National Sentinel) GOP Primary: Former Veep nominee and Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, campaigning in support of U.S. Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore of Alabama, says he was “deplorable before deplorable was cool,” adding the GOP establishment is afraid of Moore because “he’s not one of them.”
As reported by Breitbart News, Palin told a raucous Moore campaign rally after Moore debated his establishment Republican opponent Sen. Luther Strange that a vote for the judge was not a vote against Trump — who won big in Alabama — but rather a vote against the swamp Trump was sent to drain.
And she said if Moore — who is ahead in polls — defeats Strange in Tuesday’s primary, more grassroots candidates will emerge to take on “their own Swamp creatures.”
The conservative firebrand urged voters to “send the loudest message you can send to D.C. at this time” and praised Moore as a “man of principle.” She noted that if Moore makes a promise, one can “take it to the bank.”
“Rule of law. No illegal immigration. No bad trade deals,” Palin said. “And the importance of God and our shared American culture and our heritage.”
“Judge Moore is gonna defend our interests with the same steel spine that he defended those 10 Commandments,” he said, referencing Moore’s longtime legal battle to preserve the First Amendment right to display the Christian creed in public and in schools.
“I don’t think there’s any cooler nickname you can have than the ’10 Commandments Judge’—that’s a badge of honor,” said Palin.
Republican leaders urged Trump to travel to Alabama to support Strange.
“They are afraid” of Moore, said Palin. “They should be afraid. Because the judge is a threat to their power. Because he’s on our side. And they know it. And they know that he’s not one of them.”
Palin reminded the crowd that “this movement gained steam here with Trump and [former U.S. Senator and current Attorney General Jeff] Sessions, and it’s going to continue here Tuesday when you vote for the judge.”
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