The Alabama special election to fill a U.S. Senate seat was extremely important, for many reasons.
Democratic candidate Doug Jones took the win against Conservative candidate Judge Roy Moore. Even though Moore had the backing of Evangelicals as well as President Donald Trump, he still lost. How?
He was slamming in the polls prior to the election. So what happened? After seeing the news clip below, the suspicions of many people have been magnified: there was very likely voter fraud.
While we do not have confirmation yet, in this news clip you can hear Doug Jones supporters admitting to coming from all over the country to vote and get him elected!
In case you missed what was said, the reported asked the rowdy group of people why they were so excited about Jones’ win.
You can see one man lean over and excitedly answer, “We came here all the way from different parts of the country as part of our fellowship, and all of us pitched in to vote and canvass together and got our boy elected!”
I wonder if he realized what he said just after he said it, or if he is so stupid that he did not realize he’d just admitted to fraud.
There are also reports of people being bused in from different parts of the country to vote. Here are screenshots from a Reddit post, calling people from nearby states to come participate in the election:
Bill Mitchell also tweeted out, “I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote. Anyone else hearing this? Anything to it? That might explain the 30% turnout higher than population percentage. Just reporting the rumor.”
I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote. Anyone else hearing this? Anything to it? That might explain the 30% turnout higher than population percentage. Just reporting the rumor.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) December 13, 2017
Again, it should be noted that these reports are unverified, however they should not be overlooked.
The possibility of fraud would be a great explanation as to why Judge Roy Moore has not conceded. Will he challenge the validity? Lets hope so!
There were also extreme efforts to register felons to vote in the election. Why? What were they promised in return for their vote?
“Thousands of felons across Alabama have registered to vote in recent weeks, according to Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, who is heading up a statewide effort to get felons to the voting booth.
Glasgow’s goal is to get as many felons as possible signed up to vote before the end of the day Monday, the deadline to be able to cast a ballot in Alabama’s Dec. 12 U.S. Senate special election…
For generations, most Alabamians convicted of a felony were barred from ever voting in the state again, but the Definition of Moral Turpitude Act, a new law passed by the state Legislature and signed by Gov. Kay Ivey in May, cleared the way for thousands of felons to restore their voting rights.”
Stay vigilant, folks. Don’t believe everything the media tells you!
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