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Trump all but endorses GOP’s Moore despite sex accusations
By ZEKE MILLER
WASHINGTON (AP) — Silent for more than a week, President Donald Trump all but endorsed embattled Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore on Tuesday, discounting the sexual assault allegations against him and insisting repeatedly that voters must not support Moore’s “liberal” rival.
The president said he would announce next week whether he will campaign for Moore, who faces Democrat Doug Jones in a Dec. 12 special election to fill the seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Trump, who won election despite facing more than a dozen accusations of sexual misconduct himself, dismissed questions from reporters about backing a Republican accused of sexual assault over a man who is a Democrat. Trump pointed to Moore’s assertions that he did nothing wrong.
“Roy Moore denies it, that’s all I can say,” Trump said. In fact, he repeated 10 times in a 5-minute session outside the White House that the GOP candidate has denied any wrongdoing.
Two Alabama women have accused Moore of assault or molestation — including one who says she was 14 at the time — and six others have said he pursued romantic relationships when they were teenagers and he was a deputy district attorney in his 30s.
Trump didn’t explicitly say he was endorsing Moore, but he said with emphasis, “We don’t need a liberal person in there. … We don’t need somebody who’s soft on crime like Jones.”
He also noted that the allegations came from behavior alleged to have happened decades ago.
“Forty years is a long time,” Trump said, questioning why it took so long for Moore’s accusers to come forward.
Former Sen. Sessions has said he has no reason to doubt the allegations against Moore, Republican leaders in Washington have called for Moore to leave the race, and the White House has repeatedly said Trump himself felt Moore would “do the right thing and step aside” if the allegations proved true.
But Trump had been publicly silent until Tuesday when he exchanged questions and answers with reporters, shouting to be heard over the noise of his Marine helicopter, waiting to take him to Air Force One, which then flew him to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, for Thanksgiving.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, both Republicans, have called on Moore to leave the race in light of the accusations. The Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee have pulled their support for his campaign.
Trump backed incumbent Sen. Luther Strange in a September Republican primary, but moved quickly to embrace Moore after he won. A White House official said Tuesday that Trump’s attack on Jones did not amount to a formal endorsement of Moore, only that Trump was communicating that sending the Democrat to Washington would hamper his agenda.
Republican leaders briefly explored the possibility of seeking a write-in candidate but have determined those efforts would only increase Jones’ chances by splitting the GOP vote in the Republican state. Sessions has resisted pleas to mount a last-minute campaign for his old seat.
The allegations against Moore come amid a national reckoning over misdeeds by powerful men in media, business and politics.
Just Tuesday, longtime Michigan Rep. John Conyers acknowledged that his office settled a sexual harassment complaint involving a former staffer, though he “vehemently” denied allegations in the complaint.
BuzzFeed reported that Conyers’ office paid a woman more than $27,000 under a confidentiality agreement to settle a complaint in 2015 that she was fired from his Washington staff because she rejected the Democrat’s sexual advances.
Trump said he was “very happy” that women are speaking out about their experiences.
“I think it’s a very special time because a lot of things are coming out, and I think that’s good for our society and I think it’s very, very good for women,” he said.
More than a dozen women came forward in the waning days of the 2016 presidential election to say that Trump had sexually assaulted or harassed them over the years. He denied it. A tape was also released catching him boasting in 2005 that he could grab women’s private parts with impunity. “When you’re a star, they let you do it,” Trump said on the “Access Hollywood” tape.
Trump, who has said all of his accusers lied, declined to answer Tuesday when asked why he does not believe Moore’s accusers.
Jones, Moore’s senatorial opponent, served as a federal prosecutor in Alabama, where he brought charges against two Ku Klux Klan members over their roles in killing four girls in the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham.
Jones began airing a new ad Monday that features statements made by Sessions, Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby and first daughter Ivanka Trump responding to the allegations against Moore.
Shelby, a fellow Republican, said he will “absolutely not” vote for Moore. Ivanka Trump said there’s “a special place in hell” for people who prey on children.
“I’ve yet to see a valid explanation, and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts,” Ivanka Trump told the AP last week.
The ad was the first direct assault by the Jones camp against Moore on the allegations.
Moore’s camp has begun firing back at the media and one of the accusers. His campaign held an afternoon news conference to vigorously question the account of Beverly Nelson, who said Moore assaulted her when she was a 16-year-old waitress.
The campaign quoted two former restaurant employees and a former customer who said they did not remember Nelson working there or Moore eating there.
AP writers Kim Chandler in Montgomery, Alabama, and Corey Williams in Detroit contributed.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Standing on the white marble steps of Alabama’s Capitol, Kayla Moore surrounded herself with two dozen other women Friday to defend husband Roy Moore against accusations of sexual misconduct that are dividing Republicans, and women in particular.
“He will not step down. He will not stop fighting for the people of Alabama,” Kayla Moore said at a “Women for Moore” rally. Acting as her husband’s lead defender, she lashed out at the news media and thanked people who were sticking behind her husband. “To the people of Alabama, thank you for being smarter than they think you are,” Moore said.
Not everyone is sticking with Roy Moore, however, and certainly not all women.
“I was going to vote for him. I was going to be one of his voters. I just don’t know that I can vote for him anymore,” said Laura Payne, a Trump delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Since last week, Moore has been engulfed by accusations of sexual misconduct toward women in their teens when he was a deputy district attorney in his 30s. Several of his accusers have allowed their identities to be made public.
One said Moore molested her when she was 14. Another said Moore assaulted her when she was a 16-year-old waitress after he offered to drive her home. Five others said Moore pursued romantic relationships with them when they were between the ages of 16 and 18.
“I have not found any reason not to believe them …. They risked a whole lot to come forward,” Payne said of the accusers.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said she also has no reason to disbelieve the women and is bothered by their allegations. But Ivey said she will vote for Moore anyway for the sake of GOP power in Congress.
“We need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on things like Supreme Court justices, other appointments that the Senate has to confirm and make major decisions,” Ivey said.
Moore has ignored mounting calls from Washington Republicans concerned that if he stays in the race against Democrat Doug Jones he may not only lose a seat they were sure to win but also may do significant damage to the party’s brand among women nationwide as they prepare for a difficult midterm election season.
The Alabama GOP, meanwhile, reaffirmed its support for Moore on Thursday.
The accusations sent a shockwave through the Senate race in Alabama, where Republicans typically have a lock on statewide election. Democrats already hoped to stand a chance against the polarizing jurist who was twice removed from chief justice duties because of defying court orders regarding the Ten Commandments and gay marriage.
A Fox News poll released Thursday, a week after the first accusations, showed Jones leading Moore by eight points. Support from women was helping to give Jones the edge with 68 percent for Jones compared to 32 percent for Moore.
One of them is longtime Republican Tracy James, who worked for former senator and current U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Her cousin was a Republican governor. She won’t vote for Moore, a decision she made before the election.
“My hope is that the Moore debacle will not only be a wake-up call for evangelicals, but also for Republicans, who should stand back and say, ‘Wow, look at the kind of person we almost elected to our ranks,” James said.
But Kayla Moore says her husband is exactly the kind of person who needs to be in the Senate.
Decades ago, then known by her maiden name, Kayla Kisor, she was performing in a hometown dance recital when she first caught Roy Moore’s eye. As he wrote in his 2009 autobiography, seeing her was something he never forgot.
“Years later,” Moore wrote, when she was 23 — she’s 14 years his junior— he finally met her. They wed in 1985.
Now, Kayla Moore is doing more than standing by her husband — she’s his most aggressive defender against allegations threatening his Republican bid for U.S. Senate.
When Moore makes a public appearance, Kayla Moore is there. When something pops up on social media that could help his cause, she shares it on Facebook. And she was the star at the Statehouse rally in Montgomery.
Speakers there said the allegations against Moore were out of character for the man they have known for years.
“I do not recognize the man these ladies are describing,” Ann Eubank, a fixture in Alabama Republican politics, said of the accusers.
Across the street from the rally, Rose Falvey, 25, held a “Moore is a pedophile” sign, a reference to the 14-year-old accuser.
Falvey, who runs an LGBT community center, said she was angered by the stories about Moore since he had fought to block gay marriage in the state.
“I think it’s really hypocritical and an embarrassment for the state of Alabama, and he’s dragging us backwards,” Falvey said.
Associated Press writers Steve Peoples and Jay Reeves in Birmingham, Alabama, and Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey in Washington contributed to this report.
China’s 30-year deadline to rule the world
CHINA’S leader has laid out his ambitious plans for a superpower in a three-hour speech with huge implications for Australia.
He questioned what would happen once China’s prosperity ran out and the disparity between rural and city and the elite and the common man was more obvious.
Berlin (AFP) – Tough talks to form Germany’s next government collapsed Sunday as the four parties in talks failed to bridge a yawning gap over immigration policy.
Here are some of the thorniest issues that led to the failure.
– Immigration –
Migrants and refugees have been Germany’s toughest political issue since a mass influx from 2015 brought some 1.2 million asylum seekers, sparking a backlash that has seen the far-right AfD party enter parliament.
Merkel’s CDU and especially their more conservative CSU allies from Bavaria, where tens of thousands of refugees crossed over the border from Austria, are pushing to limit Germany’s annual intake to a benchmark figure of 200,000.
The Greens, who have long promoted migrant rights and a multicultural society, finally appear ready to accept the figure.
But they will not budge on their demand for a resumption of family reunions for those who have been granted temporary refuge in Germany, something opposed by both the CSU and FDP.
Amid alarm last year over the record influx of refugees, Berlin suspended reunifications until March 2018 for war refugees like Syrians, granting them only a year’s temporary protection which is renewable depending on the situation in their home countries.
The Greens want the suspension lifted, with negotiator Juergen Trittin telling the Bild am Sonntag newspaper: “We will not accept that people who are already getting a lower status of protection by law are also excluded from family reunions. That is inhumane.”
They also reject a demand from the other parties to declare the North African nations of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia “safe countries of origin”, which would raise the bar for asylum applications for their citizens.
– Climate –
Germany, a clean-energy pioneer long praised for its shift to renewables, now risks missing its carbon reduction targets, largely because coal plants still account for about 40 percent of electricity production.
All parties say they are committed to Germany’s ambitious carbon goals for 2020 and beyond, but are fighting over how to do it.
The Greens have backed off their campaign demands to phase out coal as well as combustion-engine vehicles by 2030, in the face of tough opposition from the other parties which worry about the impact on the energy and auto sectors and job losses.
But they have reportedly rejected an offer to close Germany’s 10 dirtiest coal plants, having originally demanded that 20 be shuttered.
They are also pushing for a shift toward organic agriculture and steps to protect biodiversity and improve animal welfare.
– Europe –
All parties are pro-European and in favour of reforming the bloc but divided on how, especially when it comes to paying for it.
While the Greens are sympathetic to the vision of French President Emmanuel Macron and his proposals for a common eurozone budget and finance minister, the CDU is sceptical and the FDP outright hostile.
The FDP opposes any measures that would lead to the pooling of member states’ debts or the transfer of German cash to troubled economies.
The Greens are more open to the notion of “solidarity” with eurozone countries in trouble.
On Turkey, with whom Germany is embroiled in a bitter dispute centred on civil rights, the CSU wants to push for a definitive end to Ankara’s long-stalled EU entry talks.
The Greens argue that the door should be kept open for the era after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan leaves office.
– Taxation –
The FDP has campaigned for tax cuts, and argue that planned reductions were not deep enough.
The pro-business party wants to scrap a solidarity tax aimed at helping eastern regions that are lagging economically.
But the Greens want greater public investments.
This Day In History: Countdown to the Death of Protestantism 10.31.2016 to 10.31.2017
October 30, 2016
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For many, October 31 is a day for festivities such as children knocking on doors, dressing in costumes and asking neighbors for candies and treats. For others it is a day to celebrate the harvest; while still others engage in dark practices of witchcraft and other pagan rituals. While some unsuspecting parents and children engage in the traditions surrounding Halloween, viewing them as harmless pastimes, they are subjecting themselves to demonic influences and spirits. For more on the origin and paganism associated with Halloween and how participants in the holiday are consciously and subconsciously affected, please read The Real Story Behind Christmas, Easter, and Halloween written by Vance Ferrell and be among the millions whose eyes have been opened.
All this is just as Satan has designed it, to so encumber October 31 with paganism and gaiety that the important history of October 31 is lost. October 31 of the year 1517 was the historic day that Martin Luther, the reformer, nailed his 95 theses against the corruptions, abuses and abominations of the Roman Catholic Church on the church door of Wittenberg, which gave a strong impetus to the Protestant Reformation. From that very door, the 95 theses, were transcribed, translated and widely disseminated throughout Germany and Europe at large in language easily understood by the common people. For the first time the eyes of the people were opened to the truths of the scriptures and thus broke the chains of error that held them captive for so long. This evoked the bitterest and most vehement fury from ecclesiastical authorities as well as staunch Roman Catholic adherents, which can scarcely be imagined or described. Over and over again Martin Luther was sought for and hunted as a beast of prey, bribed, threatened, tried by the church and finally excommunicated; but never did he recant his writings or soften his tone or message. When he was to appear before the Diet at Worms his firm resolution was “Expect anything from me but flight or recantation. Fly I cannot; still less can I recant… My recantation shall be this: I said formerly that the pope was Christ’s vicar; now I say that he is the adversary of the Lord, and the apostle of the devil… I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen.”1
The purpose of this brochure is not to recount the entire history of Martin Luther and his 95 theses, but to lead the reader to a reliable source that will present the factual history while showing its bearing upon the present and the future and how it affects each person. This source is a bestselling, widely translated book that has enlightened millions of minds for over a century, which is, Ellen White’s The Great Controversy. The chapters dealing specifically with Martin Luther and the work he was called of God to perform and that he faithfully carried out are under the following titles: “Luther’s Separation from Rome,” “Luther before the Diet,” “Progress of Reform in Germany,” and “Protest of the Princes.” The work of reform that Protestants today are to continue can be read in the chapters, “Liberty of Conscience Threatened,” “The Impending Conflict,” and “The Final Warning.”
The important history of the rise and progress of the Protestant Reformation is not to be forgotten considering that the Bible prophesies that the same tyrannical and arbitrary control exercised by the Papal power in times past, she will regain. See Revelation 13:1-18 and the chapter God’s Law Immutable in the book The Great Controversy. The sad reality is that professed “Protestants” have abandoned the protest and have joined hands with Roman Catholicism in an effort to have her decrees enforced and her institutions sustained by the governments of the world, beginning in America, signaling the death of Protestantism.
Lutherans, Catholics and other Evangelicals are jointly declaring that the reformation has ended and there is no longer a need for protest and therefore Protestantism is dead, and the reformation over. Catholic Herald reports, “Somewhere in Pope Francis’s office is a document that could alter the course of Christian history. It declares an end to hostilities between Catholics and Evangelicals and says the two traditions are now ‘united in mission because we are declaring the same Gospel.’ The Holy Father is thinking of signing the text in 2017, the 500th [year] anniversary of the Reformation, alongside Evangelical leaders representing roughly one in four Christians in the world today. Francis is convinced that the Reformation is already over. He believes it ended in 1999, the year the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federation issued a joint declaration on justification, the doctrine at the heart of Luther’s protest…When Francis wanted to reach out to Evangelicals…he rang his old friend [Tony Palmer]. During a leisurely meeting at the Vatican, Palmer recorded a video of the Pontiff on his iPhone… Palmer took the film to a ministers’ conference in Texas organized by prosperity gospel preacher Kenneth Copeland. Palmer introduced the film with what must count as one of the great Christian orations of the 21st century. ‘Brothers and sisters, Luther’s protest is over, is yours?…If there is no more protest how can there be a Protestant church?’ he said. He told the audibly stunned audience that he was speaking to them ‘in the spirit of Elijah,’ who prepared the way for something greater than himself…Francis then proclaimed that ‘the miracle of unity has begun.’”2
Additionally, October 31, 2016 is another step in achieving full unity between Catholicism and other evangelical denominations including Lutherans, leading up to October 31, 2017, the 500th year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, where Protestantism will officially be dead. “Pope Francis will visit Sweden in October to participate in an ecumenical service and the beginning of a year of activities to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Leaders from the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federation had already been set to meet Oct. 31, 2016, for the ecumenical celebration in Lund, Sweden…Pope Francis ‘intends to participate’ in the joint ceremony to commemorate next year’s anniversary…Pope Francis will lead the ecumenical commemoration in Lund.”3
Since Catholics and Evangelicals are declaring and celebrating that the protest is over, it is evident that a change has come, which has been in progress for some time. The question is, who has changed? The Bible depicts the Roman Catholic Church in Revelation 13:1-10 as having the body of a leopard, which Jeremiah 13:23 declares cannot change its spots. Therefore, the change has come with “Protestants,” along with the civil leaders of America.
Decades after the founding of America, then President Abraham Lincoln made a significant statement regarding the work of the Roman Catholic Church and what the American peoples’ response should be toward it. “‘If the American people could learn what I know of the fierce hatred of the priests of Rome against our institutions, our schools, our most sacred rights, and our so dearly bought liberties, they would drive them away tomorrow from among us, or they would shoot them as traitors.’ ‘I know that Jesuits never forget nor forsake. But man must not care how and where he dies, provided he dies at the post of honor and duty.’”4
Any person even vaguely familiar with the founding of the United States understands that the pilgrims were fleeing the Papal tyranny existent in the Old World, thus establishing their government on the principles of Republicanism and Protestantism, promising both civil and religious freedom, having a clear separation between church and state. The founding fathers of America would never have agreed to or invited any pope or ecclesiastical representative of the Roman Catholic Church to speak at Independence Hall, the very place where the Declaration of Independence was adopted, or to address the American people at a joint session of Congress. However in September of 2015, the Protestants and civil leaders of America have both invited and allowed Pope Francis to do just that, indicating a drastic change.
Even former U.S. President, John F. Kennedy, himself a Catholic, who like Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, saw the danger of providing an influential platform for the Pope to give his message to the American people. In his very words, “I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute…I believe in an America that is officially neither Catholic, Protestant nor Jewish–where no public official either requests or accepts instructions on public policy from the Pope.”5
While the majority of Protestants and civil leaders were in agreement with the unprecedented visit of Pope Francis to America in 2015, a few individuals saw the same danger and what the visit represents, an utter repudiation of the founding principles of Protestantism and Republicanism. Bart Barber said to the Baptist Press, “‘For Congress to treat a church as though it were a state and the head of a church as though he were the head of a state runs contrary to basic First Amendment principles of disestablishment.’” Said Albert Mohler “‘Church and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom no ecclesiastical group or denomination should be favored by the state more than others.’”6
“The time was when Protestants placed a high value upon the liberty of conscience which had been so dearly purchased. They taught their children to abhor popery and held that to seek harmony with Rome would be disloyalty to God. But how widely different are the sentiments now expressed! The defenders of the papacy declare that the church has been maligned, and the Protestant world are inclined to accept the statement. Many urge that it is unjust to judge the church of today by the abominations and absurdities that marked her reign during the centuries of ignorance and darkness. They excuse her horrible cruelty as the result of the barbarism of the times and plead that the influence of modern civilization has changed her sentiments… Have these persons forgotten the claim of infallibility put forth for eight hundred years by this haughty power? So far from being relinquished, this claim was affirmed in the nineteenth century with greater positiveness than ever before. As Rome asserts that the ‘church never erred; nor will it, according to the Scriptures, ever err…’ how can she renounce the principles which governed her course in past ages? The papal church will never relinquish her claim to infallibility. All that she has done in her persecution of those who reject her dogmas she holds to be right; and would she not repeat the same acts, should the opportunity be imposed by secular governments be removed and Rome be reinstated in her former power, and there would speedily be a revival of her tyranny and persecution.”7
“God’s word has given warning of the impending danger; let this be unheeded, and the Protestant world will learn what the purposes of Rome really are, only when it is too late to escape the snare. She is silently growing into power. Her doctrines are exerting their influence in legislative halls, in the churches, and in the hearts of men. She is piling up her lofty and massive structures in the secret recesses of which her former persecutions will be repeated. Stealthily and unsuspectedly she is strengthening her forces to further her own ends when the time shall come for her to strike. All that she desires is vantage ground, and this is already being given her. We shall soon see and shall feel what the purpose of the Roman element is. Whoever shall believe and obey the word of God will thereby incur reproach and persecution.”8
1. White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), pages 581 and 160
4. Chiniquy, C. P. T. (1886). Fifty years in the Church of Rome, pages 697, 664.Toronto: S.R. Briggs.
7. White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), pages 563 and 564
8. White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), page 581
1. Two Possibilities and Seven Church Eras p. 3
2. Location of the Early Church: Jerusalem,
Pella, and Asia Minor p. 6
3. Rome, Jerusalem, and Asia Minor p. 13
4. Smyrna of Asia Minor and Polycarp p. 28
5. Apostolic Succession List in Asia Minor p. 48
6. Heretics Were Often in Rome, but Were
Denounced by Church Leaders in Asia Minor p. 50
7. Mithras’ Pontifex Maximus Constantine Led to
Other Changes p. 56
8. 1,260 Years in the Wilderness p. 60
9. The Sardis Church Era p. 76
10. Herbert W. Armstrong and the Start of the
Philadelphia Era p. 84
11. J. Tkach and the Start of the Laodicean Era p. 92
12. The Philadelphian Church and the
Global/Living/Continuing Church of God p. 94
End Note References p. 118
Website Information p. 127