*Pssst. Tip off Speck at the N&O. He’ll write ANYTHING (that comes from libs).*

For the longest time, we were treated in the pages of The N&O to Colon Campbell’s peculiar obsession with toilets.  HB2 and trannies in the ladies room made its way into all sorts of things young Colon wrote about.  The boy lived and breathed restrooms. At least they were bathrooms in North Carolina.

Now comes Andy (“Call me Paul”) Specht (Spock? Speck?) and his fascination with a US Senate candidate in A WHOLE OTHER STATE.  Recently, young Andy / Paul gobbled up some oppo research from liberal activists and went after a NC GOP state legislator about Alabama Republican Roy Moore.  Now, Andy / Paul is eagerly doing the bidding of the state Democrat Party’s communications department:

As the president and the largest GOP organization face scrutiny for supporting an Alabama Senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct with minors, some top North Carolina Republicans have called on him to drop out of the race while others are staying silent.

Roy Moore, 70, is a former Alabama chief justice who’s running for Alabama’s open U.S. Senate seat and is accused by several women of a range of misconduct, from inappropriate touching to sexual assault. Moore has denied the allegations.

After initially pulling financial support for Moore, the Republican National Committee recently reversed course and revealed that it will once again back Moore in his tight race against Democrat Doug Jones. Also Monday, President Donald Trump tweeted his support of Moore, saying the GOP needs his vote on “stopping crime, illegal immigration, border wall,” and other issues. […] 

The N.C. Democratic Party on Monday called on the state’s top Republicans – Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, state Senate leader Phil Berger and state House Speaker Tim Moore – to take a position on Moore.

“Roy Moore is an accused child molester who doesn’t belong in public office, yet NC GOP representatives are publicly championing their support of him,” NCDP Executive Director Kimberly Reynolds said in a statement.

“The public deserves to know if our state’s top Republicans stand behind their party and their president in support of Roy Moore,” Reynolds said. [..] 

Seriously?  The SAME GROUP once chaired by a guy who reportedly gleefully partook in “crotch-grabbing” around the office is wading into this?


 But several prominent Republicans have opted to not comment on the race.

The N&O on Tuesday asked Forest, Berger and Tim Moore for their views of the Alabama senate nominee. By 3:00 Tuesday afternoon, none had responded.

Dallas Woodhouse, executive director of the N.C. GOP, wrote an email response to a reporter on Tuesday.

“We do not have a position on how the people of Alabama should select their U.S. Senator,” Woodhouse wrote.

On the RNC’s decision to support Moore, Woodhouse said “we don’t have an opinion.”

Exactly.  I know Dallas looks like an easy mark for people trying to make the GOP look bad.  But he was right on the money here.  The Alabama Senate seat is Alabama’s business.  

4 comments for “*Pssst. Tip off Speck at the N&O. He’ll write ANYTHING (that comes from libs).*

  1. Doug
    December 6, 2017 at 1:17 pm

    Finally Dallas has done the right thing. What has the Alabama election got to do with local politicians? I can see if they asked Tricky Dick or Thommy Thilli$$ about it, but Berger and crew have no dog in the fight.

  2. pineconegal
    December 7, 2017 at 11:03 am

    And I’ll go one further. Let the voters of Minnesota decide whom they want to represent them. All the sanctimonious Members of Congress ought to examine their own lives before they pummel others. Is Sen. Franken a jerk, yes, of course he is, but he is not the only predator in Congress. How about we shine a light on other behavior, for example, Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s wealth from husband Richard Blum’s “sweetheart deals”?

  3. patrick
    December 7, 2017 at 11:16 am

    when we are in positions of 50/50 votes with the VP breaking ties it is all of America that will suffer if AL does not pick Roy Moore

  4. December 10, 2017 at 3:28 pm

    I like Dallas. I think he did the right thing, and I think he tries to do the right thing most of the time. Selfish Tillis, HOWEVER, is trying to make his job harder and will end up forcing more people to do what I have done- and distance themselves from the crazy Tillis supporters in the party.

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