The Alabama special election for an open Senate seat between Repubican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones has captivated a national audience. After First Daughter Ivanka Trump came out in opposition to Moore, Breitbart CEO and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon decided to engage in mockery.

Bannon on Moore

Voters will head to the polls in Alabama on Tuesday night to decide who they will send to the United States Senate to represent their state. On one side they have Doug Jones, a moderate Democrat who has put conservative voters at odds due to his support for a woman's right to choose when it comes to abortion.

On the flip side, voters can vote for Roy Moore, who has been accused by multiple women of engaging in sexual assault and harassment when they were underage. Moore has also come under fire for his controversial remarks about slavery, Jewish people, and his stance on women's rights. Moore has denied that allegations against him, but the original report in the Washington Post used 30 sources to back up their story. The national Republican reaction has been split at times, but that hasn't stopped President Donald Trump from offering his support. In contrast, Ivanka Trump has spoken out against Moore, saying there is a "special place in hell" for people who abuse children. As reported by The Hill on December 11, former Trump strategist and head of Breitbart, Steve Bannon, decided to mock Ivanka's remarks.

On Monday night in Alabama, Roy Moore held a last-minute rally in an attempt to push himself over the top and defeat Democratic nominee Doug Jones.

At the rally was Steve Bannon who has endorsed Moore since the start of the special election, and who made sure to attack Republicans who have refused to show support for the campaign.

"Mitch McConnell and Sen. Shelby, and Condi Rice and all that, Little Bobby Corker, all the establishment out there doesn't have Trump's back at all," Steve Bannon said, while name-dropping those Republicans who oppose Roy Moore.

"What they want him for is that corporate tax cut," he said.

Not stopping there, Steve Bannon appeared to mock Ivanka Trump by using her line of attack against Roy Moore during his own rant against conservatives who are not in lockstep with his agenda. "There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better," he said.

Election time

The election in Alabama is viewed as more than just a state election, as the values of liberals and conservatives have been put on display. Recent polls show a tight race, and only time will tell if it is Roy Moore or Doug Jones that is headed to Washington.