Judge Roy Moore has so far accepted his loss in the Alabama Senate race against Democrat Doug Jones. But it seems to be a lot more than just sour grapes. In fact, the Judge has launched a lawsuit claiming that, among other things, there is evidence of voter fraud. According to his suit, he says:
“His complaint alleges that out-of-state residents had been allowed to vote and that election fraud experts had concluded through statistical analyses that fraud had taken place.”
So Jones is due to be sworn in, but will this go ahead without a full investigation?
He cites “unlikely turnouts” and voters being shipped in across state lines. Do you think the Democrats would stoop to such a level to win an all-important victory? Me, too.
We already have Democrat activists admitting that “we came in from all over the country to help Jones win” live on camera. And we know for a fact, thanks to James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, that Dem officials have admitted bussing in people to swing elections. This election was one of the biggest since the 2016 presidential election for a number of reasons.
DNC head, Tom Perez had staked his career on winning this seat. Donors had made it clear that unless they win, they would stop giving money, and of course, without this win, they have nothing to show to voters as 2018 approaches.