The Democrat Senate Majority PAC, which is bankrolled by George Soros, has been found liable for defamation against Alabama GOP candidate Roy Moore related to ads it ran against his 2017 campaign for US Senate and was ordered by a federal jury to pay $8.2 million in damages.
The victory over the Soros-funded Senate Majority PAC, which exclusively bankrolls the campaigns of Democrat candidates, comes after the PAC meddled in Alabama’s 2017 special US Senate race between Republican candidate Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. In that race, Democrats and left-wing activists from around the country descended on Alabama in an effort to capture the deep red state’s open Senate seat, using bottom-of-the-barrel dirty politics and outright untruths in the process.
Together with corporate media and the GOP establishment, who crossed over to support Democrat Doug Jones en masse to avoid electing an America First candidate like Roy Moore, the Senate Majority PAC promoted claims that Moore had been a sexual predator a number of decades prior. The allegations, which were monetized by far-left feminist attorney Gloria Allred, notably never surfaced until Roy Moore sought a US Senate seat that Democrats desperately wanted to control, despite Moore’s lifetime of service in the public eye, including as a judge.
During the 2017 Alabama campaign, the Soros-funded Senate Majority PAC funneled a whopping $4 million to a group called Highway 31 to run attack ads on Moore throughout Alabama. In the ads, Democrats falsely accused Moore of preying on young girls at a local mall, stringing statements from multiple parties together to paint an image they wanted to paint in order to swing the Senate race to the left.
“In their ad, they strung quotes together to make a single statement,” Moore’s lawyers said of the Soros-funded PAC and their advertisements. “That’s what the jury found offensive. They got up and lied and said they didn’t intend that.”
“We’re very thankful to God for an opportunity to help restore my reputation which was severely damaged by the 2017 election,” Moore told the media after the $8.5 million award in the case was announced.
Doug Jones, the left-wing Democrat who masqueraded as a moderate and was championed by the uni-party establishment in their campaign against Moore, is already out of the US Senate. Jones served the equivalent of only half a term after “winning” the special election, losing out to current GOP incumbent Tommy Tuberville by a massive margin of over 20 points in 2020.