Doug Jones’ embarrassing Hillary Clinton moment
It’s odd when you hear politicians talk about the people who oppose them. Rarely do they get the story right.
Most Alabamians aren’t “deplorable,” “evil” or irredeemable, but it appears U.S. Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden see a lot of that in our state. However, it’s only in the hearts of the overwhelming majority that oppose them.
Obviously, neither of them channeled Hillary Clinton completely and dropped the “deplorable” bomb yet, but it is doubtful that many Alabamians will see much of a difference.
There is no question that Jones spends most of his time in Washington, D.C. groveling for the sins of Alabama, perceived and otherwise.
Jones doesn’t appear to spend his time talking up Alabama to his colleagues who are talking down the state. He probably nods and agrees. He clearly agrees with them and wishes there were only more like himself and fewer like U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) and U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL).
How would you know this?
He will tell you, publicly — when people are watching.
During a barely-watched campaign event, Jones told a story about how Biden was hopeful Jones could cast out Alabama’s evil.
“You have an opportunity with your background, with your history, with your compassion, with trying to help people. You’ve got an opportunity to redeem the soul of Alabama,” Biden reportedly told Jones in 2017.
So, did it work?
No? Still evil?
Will another term for Jones be enough?
No. Now not only does Alabama suck, but America sucks, too!
Jones also told his fans, “We’ve got to redeem the soul of America.”
Alabama is apparently lost, but now America is gone, too?
But if we vote for Biden can we be saved?
In 2026, will late-Biden’s hologram and Senator Jones be demanding we give the senator six more years to save the continent?
In 2032, the hemisphere?
In 2038, the world?
In 2044, the universe?
Maybe, and maybe I am wrong, we just disagree on taxation, the military, law and order, funding the police, the Second Amendment, and other issues facing America.
Nah, that can’t be it.
Because according to Jones, his supporters are good: “There’s not an evil person in this state who supports this campaign.”
So, other Alabamians are “evil,” and they can only be saved by voting for him and Biden?
Doug Jones thinks only he can redeem Alabama, but you may be too irredeemably evil to let that happen.
Do not think for a second this is a new thought for Jones and his friends in D.C., California, New York and everywhere his campaign funds are coming from. They are just finally being honest about how they feel about you, your family, Alabama and America as a whole.