Roy Moore didn't travel to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to kiss and make up with the Republican leaders who opposed his nomination to fill the Senate seat formerly held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
He came to continue the revolt.
Moore didn't meet with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., or stop by the White House to make nice with the forces that tried to defeat him. Instead, he huddled with Stephen Bannon, President Donald Trump's former chief strategist and one of Moore's most outspoken advocates, and spent time in the office of a House Republican from Alabama.
The latest skirmish in the escalating war for the soul of the GOP was more than...