Timpf Claims Moore is ‘Acting Like a Snowflake’ for Challenging Election Outcome

Democrat Doug Jones beat out Republican candidate Judge Roy Moore in a fight for the Senate seat out of Alabama. However, the validity of the results are being questioned by many people, including Moore.

After losing by only 1.5 percent and seeing the swirling rumors of voter fraudulence, Moore has decided to challenge the vote.

“[He’s] acting like a snowflake, right? He needs to get on that horse and ride away into the sunset. I watched that whole video and it’s bananas,” she said, referring to a video message by Moore in which he refused to concede the election.

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“He needs to go away like a long time ago,” she adde.

Fox News Insider repots: 

On Thursday afternoon, a federal judge dismissed Moore’s complaint and the State Canvassing Board certified Democrat Doug Jones’ win in the Dec. 12 vote.

Moore raised the notion of rampant voter fraud, calling on the secretary of state to conduct a full investigation before certifying the results.

In a Dec. 13 message on YouTube, Moore announced he would not concede to Jones.

H said in the video, “Abortion, sodomy and materialism have taken the place of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. ”

Here is the full Youtube clip:

I still believe that Moore should have won the election.

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