Levin: Roy Moore Was GOP Nominee Due to ‘Not-So-Clever Shenanigans’ of ‘Not-So-Smart’ McConnell, Rove and Law

Wednesday on his nationally syndicated radio program, conservative talker Mark Levin said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), former Bush adviser Karl Rove and Senate Leadership Fund head Steve Law were in part to blame for Roy Moore’s defeat in Alabama on Tuesday. Levin argued Moore’s upset loss to Democrat Doug Jones had nothing to do with President Donald Trump, saying if the presidential election were today, Trump would still win the state of Alabama by a landslide. “Enough of this nonsense that Donald Trump lost Alabama and so forth and so on. It had nothing to do with Donald Trump – nothing, zero,” Levin explained. “But it had a lot to do with Mitch McConnell, the media, the Republican establishment, their media surrogates, their surrogates who write op-eds and columns, their editorial page surrogates.” Levin explained how McConnell and his allies worked to get Luther Strange elected to the U.S. Senate, which began by targeting one of Strange’s primary opponents, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL). “Mitch McConnell decided he was going to reach into the race in Alabama and try and control the outcome,” he said. “He wanted Luther Strange to win. Why did he want Luther Strange to win? Because
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