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Judge Moore releases pro-life ad ‘We Dare Defend Life’ for final close for Senate Alabama election

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For the final two days of Alabama’s special Senate election held Tuesday, Republican nominee Roy S. Moore released today a daring commercial, “We Dare Defend Life” that will part of an ad buy designed to motivate the state’s hard-core pro-life community.

A source familiar with the campaign’s strategy told Big League Politics Moore’s Democratic opponent G. Douglas Jones set himself up for the ad because of his extreme position on abortion, which would offer the unborn no legal protection up until the moment they are born.

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The national media attempted to make the election a referendum on Moore, twice his state’s chief justice, and the women, who accused him of sexually awkward encounters when they were teenagers and he was in his early 30s, including one woman, who insisted that she was 14-year-old. In Alabama, the age of consent, then and now, is 16-years-old.

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The source said the election has become a referendum on restoring rights to the unborn with local pro-life groups picking up the slack left by national pro-life groups, who abandoned the Moore campaign.

Using microscopic photography, the video opens with the conception and follows an unborn child’s development in the womb all the way through to birth and taking its first steps.

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Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

She succeeds Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on Monday, solidifying a conservative majority on the nation’s highest court.

Barrett succeeds progressive Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a progressive who had served on the Supreme Court since 1993.

Watch the Senate confirmation proceedings here.

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After a lengthy obstructionist attempt to delay the confirmation, Democrats proved unable to stop a floor vote on Barrett’s confirmation on Monday night. Democrat Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer attempted a last minute filibuster in a race against time- claiming the eventual confirmation of Barrett represented “one of the darkest days in the history of the Senate,” but Mitch McConnell ultimately arranged a vote.

Josh Hawley had earlier hailed the confirmation of a justice with a strong pro-life track record.

The vote to confirm Barrett as a SCOTUS Justice passed by a count of 52-48, with Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski voting in favor of Barrett’s confirmation. Maine’s Susan Collins was the only Republican senator to vote against Barrett’s confirmation, refusing to budge on her stance that the next President should appoint Ginsburg’s replacement.

Judge Barrett is expected to be sworn in as an Associate Justice by Justice Clarence Thomas at the White House on Monday night.

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