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BIG LEAGUE CALLS OUR SHOT: Moore Wins By Margin We Predicted

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Roy Moore won the Alabama Republican Senate primary by virtually the margin Big League Politics predicted.

An exclusive Big League Politics/Gravis poll published Sunday found Roy Moore leading his GOP establishment opponent Luther Strange by eight points, 48 percent to 40.

Brand new Big League superstar Neil W. McCabe commissioned and reported on the poll, which totally broke the Internet as it became clear to other reporters that Moore was probably going to win over President Trump’s preferred candidate Strange. The poll was picked up by Breitbart News, led by Steve Bannon, who championed Moore’s candidacy from his populist nationalist perspective.

Moore ended up defeating Strange Tuesday night by a 54.6 to 45.4 margin (9.2 points).

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That Big League first called it at eight (prior to Bannon’s Monday rally for Moore, which clearly boosted him) means that we led all media in predicting this populist upset victory.

Moore is expected by insiders to defeat the Democrats in the special election to replace former Senator Jeff Sessions.

Congratulations to Big League Politics for literally calling our shot.

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