If there is one thing you can say about Judge Roy Moore besides pointing to his integrity, it’s that he’s a fighter, and in the latest news coming out of Alabama, Moore has filed a lawsuit to block the certification of the Senate election results in which he has been shown to lose to Democrat Doug Jones by about 22,000 votes.
Moore has refused to concede the election because he believes there was voter fraud that took place.
And how could he not, especially after seeing this guy?
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 14, 2017
Judge Moore released the following statement late Wednesday:
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – An election complaint was filed today on behalf of Roy S. Moore and Judge Roy Moore for U.S. Senate in the Circuit Court of Montgomery Alabama. The purpose of the complaint is to preserve evidence of potential election fraud and to postpone the certification of Alabama’s Special Election by Secretary of State John Merrill until a thorough investigation of potential election fraud, that improperly altered the outcome of this election, is conducted.
Three national Election Integrity experts reached the same independent conclusion: “with a reasonable degree of statistical and mathematical certainty…election fraud occurred.”
The election experts, who submitted affidavits in the complaint, agree that the irregularities in 20 precincts of Jefferson County alone are enough to reverse the outcome of the election. Richard Charnin, who holds three degrees in applied mathematics, and who has written four books on election fraud, calculates the probability of the election results in these precincts happening naturally is “less than one in 15 billion.”
Also provided in the complaint is an affidavit from Judge Roy Moore stating that he successfully completed a polygraph test confirming the representations of misconduct made against him during the campaign are completely false.
Moore stated, “It’s appalling that the Democrat Senate Majority PAC and the Republican Senate Leadership Fund both spent millions to run false and malicious ads against me in this campaign.”
“This is not a Republican or Democrat issue as election integrity should matter to everyone,” said Moore. “We call on Secretary of State Merrill to delay certification until there is a thorough investigation of what three independent election experts agree took place: election fraud sufficient to overturn the outcome of the election.”
Secretary of State John Merrill, along with Governor Kay Ivey and Attorney General Steve Marshall, will make their decision regarding certification tomorrow, December 28. The citizens of Alabama who care about voter integrity are encouraged to call them and ask for a delay in certification and a preservation of evidence until an investigation is conducted.
However, those charged with certifying the election claim they will certify Doug Jones as the winner on Thursday.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told The Associated Press on Wednesday evening that he has no intention of delaying the canvassing board meeting.
“It is not going to delay certification and Doug Jones will be certified (Thursday) at 1 p.m. and he will be sworn in by Vice President Pence on the third of January,” Merrill said.
Those in charge of the election in Alabama claim that they have seen no evidence of voter fraud.
I’m sorry, but when 92% of Democrats turn out for a vote in an off-year special election, something is up, and anyone that says otherwise is either naive or lying. And those who claim there is no evidence of voter fraud, have they even looked into the guy in the video above? I’ll bet they haven’t. He confessed to a state and federal crime on television. He should be investigated.
Alabama is supposed to be checking and verifying IDs in order for someone to vote in an election.
We also know that convicted felons more than likely were registered to vote, as well.
Thousands of felons may have registered to vote in the weeks leading up to the Alabama Senate election on Tuesday, in which Democrat Doug Jones pulled off a surprise victory.
Alabamians convicted of a felony had been prohibited from casting ballots in the state until May, when Republican Governor Kay Ivey signed a law that restored the right to vote to some of them.
The law specifies a few dozen convictions “of moral turpitude” that bar felons from voting again, but people who committed crimes not on the list are eligible to vote. The list previously was not clearly defined.
Spencer Trawick, who was convicted of third-degree burglary in 2015, registered to vote in June while still incarcerated, after Glasgow told him he could.
According to a 2014 study found that seven in ten felons register to vote as Democrats.
We’ll see if Moore wins his lawsuit, and then we’ll see if he goes after the women and The Washington Post for their hit piece that attacked his character.
Personally, I’d love to see him win that battle and own the Post, turning it into a Christian news publication.