That leaves Mo Brooks and Roy Moore. Brooks is a conservative congressman and Moore is the former Chief Justice of Alabama who stood up to the feds over the ten commandments and gay marriage. I don’t know that Brooks will really stand up to McConnell, but I suspect he would stand up to him more than Strange has.
I am sure Moore, if only because of his habit of grandstanding, will stand up to McConnell. It is very clear we need more people in the Senate on the GOP side willing to stand up to McConnell.
Luther Strange has not stood up, he has not fought, and he has not really pushed for Obamacare repeal. He has been a Senate fluffer for McConnell. The people of Alabama need to ask themselves who among those three will really fight the good fight and challenge McConnell.
Right now, it seems Roy Moore may be the one most likely to do that. It is interesting that McConnell’s team is pouring money in to help Strange. Right now they’ve been targeting Mo Brooks. Perhaps that will give Roy Moore an advantage to run up the right side of the field and make the case that McConnell needs to go and he’s the man to challenge him. But Brooks has an opportunity here too to do the same. What we can say for sure is that Luther Strange has no interest in rocking McConnell’s boat.