Alabama Democrat Doug Jones Defends Biden’s Alleged Sexual Assaults

Incumbent Alabama Democratic Sen. Doug Jones is defending 2020 Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden’s many alleged sexual assaults, according to recent interviews.
Sen. Jones’ razor-thin victory against the popular former Judge Roy Moore is regularly portrayed by Democratic Party-affiliated platforms as an indication that Democrats can truly regain a political foothold in the Deep South.
But Jones’ victory was aided largely by now disproven and defamatory allegations of sexual misconduct against his then-Republican opponent. Moreover, the one-term senator continues to defend his party’s high-tech, fraudulent, and illegal election manipulation scam called “Project Birmingham,” as reported by the Washington Post, New York Times and also Big League Politics.
In our previous report on “Project Birmingham,” Big League Politics wrote, This is especially notable after Doug Jones benefited from the infamous “Project Birmingham” that Washington Post and New York Times exposed as an illegal “false flag” operation that boosted Democrat participation in the Alabama U.S. Senate race in 2017.”

In its report titled, “Secret campaign to use Russian-inspired tactics in 2017 Ala. election stirs anxiety for Democrats,” on January 6, 2019, WaPo reported:

Project Birmingham got its funding from Internet billionaire Reid Hoffman, who emerged as a leading underwriter of Democratic causes after the 2016 election … Hoffman gave $750,000 to a progressive technology start-up called American Engagement Technologies … to work in Alabama in support of Jones during the special election in December 2017.

Big League further reported that the 12-page “Project Birmingham Debrief,” describes the criminal conspiracy as “a digital messaging operation to influence the outcome of the AL senate race” by targeting 650,000 likely voters with messages on social media platforms such as Facebook, with messages from largely pro-Jones sources.
In a “Mason-Dixon” poll conducted by The Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy Company that surveyed 400 registered Alabama voters who identify as Republican women, Moore led with 27 percent, with U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks trailing far behind, at 18 percent.
Neither “Russia-bots,” nor Moore’s previous run, are stopping Jones’ party-line cheerleading, but neither will allegations of sexual assault registered by self-described victims against former Vice Pres. Joe Biden, the Alabama senator contends.
“Everybody knows that Joe Biden and I have been friends for 40 years. And so, I have talked about Joe a lot. And I have always wanted him to be president – not just to run for president, but to be president. Outside of Joe, we’ll see how that goes.”
His recent interview with Mother Jones — a notoriously far-left publication — exemplifies the messaging trend towards “recapturing the Deep South.”In his interview, Jones explains “how Democrats can turn the tide in the South,” saying that “we’re on the right side of history when it comes to these issues.”
On Biden, Jones was quick to anticipate the sexual misconduct allegations and their possible impact on Barack Obama’s crawling mate, to which he quipped, “Despite the issues that he’s faced, I still think he has the ability to reach people from all ends of the political spectrum and govern this country.”Listen to the by clicking here, or read the transcript (which Mother Jones admits is edited) below.

Jamilah King (JK): During your time in the Senate you’ve spoken out repeatedly about voting rights, a huge issue leading into the 2020 presidential election. What role do you think Democrats in the Senate play in statewide efforts to fight voter suppression? The Republicans still control the Senate, after all.

DJ: In Washington, DC, about the only thing that Senate Democrats can do is speak out and continue to raise awareness. I think we’re on the right side of history when it comes to these issues. I’m hoping that not just Democrats, but people of goodwill across the political spectrum will see the importance of easy access to the ballot box, trying to get our voter participation up as high as it can go so that Democrats and Republicans compete for those votes, not just take things for granted.

DJ: I’m crazy about all of my Senate colleagues. They’re incredibly bright folks that have a lot to add to this upcoming primary season. My closest friend in this field of candidates has been someone I’ve known for 40 years. He’s not in there yet, but I expect him to be, and that’s former Vice President Joe Biden. Despite the issues that he’s faced, I still think he has the ability to reach people from all ends of the political spectrum and govern this country.

JK: Finally, are you having a good time? Are you having fun on Capitol Hill?

DJ: I love being a United States senator. I mean, it can get frustrating at times, it can get wacky at times. It is incredibly busy. But every day I am so honored to be here, to walk these halls, to walk on the floor. I started my career out of law school working for Sen. Howell Heflin on the Judiciary Committee and I have walked off the floor of the U.S. Senate as a staffer with him in 1980 and to walk back on in 2018 in his seat is just a remarkable journey and an honor for me, and I love every second of it.

Jones is unflinching in reiterating that “whoever” is nominated, if a Democrat, he will unreservedly support their candidacy for president of the United States.

“But whatever we do, I’ll end up supporting the nominee. We’re not going to run away from that. And I hope to have some of my colleagues come down here at some point. We’ll see how that goes,” Jones remarked at a recent press junket.

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