The liberal media thought they had driven the final nail in Roy Moore’s coffin.

The Washington Post kicked off a smear campaign by publishing highly questionable 40-year-old allegations against Moore.

Establishment Republicans left Moore for dead, but then he got some shocking news that no one saw coming.

Donald Trump came out and forcefully endorsed Moore over his far-left Democrat opponent Doug Jones.

And the Republican National Committee – which had previously declared they were pulling all their resources out of the race – has announced they will support Moore again with their full financial backing.

The Daily Caller reports:

“The Republican National Committee (RNC) announced Monday evening that it will once again throw its support behind Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore in the state’s upcoming special senatorial election.

The RNC contacted Alabama state RNC members Monday to say the national committee will financially back Moore’s campaign through Dec. 12, the date when Alabama voters are scheduled to head to the ballot box to choose their replacement for current GOP Sen. Luther Strange — the man who replaced Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

“I can confirm our involvement in the Alabama Senate race,” an RNC official told The Daily Caller News Foundation Monday evening.”

Trump never abandoned Moore even as establishment Republicans like Mitch McConnell wet their pants over the allegations and then tucked tail and ran.

The RNC getting back into the race has everything to do with the polls showing Moore pulling ahead of Jones and setting himself on a course for victory in the December 12th special election.

A Moore victory would be a repudiation of the fake news media and their attempts to meddle in an election to keep a Christian out of Congress.

Establishment Republicans crawling back on their bellies to support Moore—after they ran away at the first sign of highly questionable allegations—is the surest sign that Moore is indeed on a path to victory.

We will keep you updated on any new developments in this race.