Historically, with elections this close. It’s surprising that a recount wasn’t a given. Whether you lean left, right, or your own way, it’s good to see that Roy Moore getting a recount on an crucial senate seat when he is losing by 20,000 votes! If you don’t recount that, it will just look like Roy Moore was rigged.
Even the Washington Post admitted “Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft told readers that “Democrat activists are calling on black voters in Mississippi, Georgia and South Carolina to travel to Alabama to vote for the far left candidate Doug Jones.” – Washington Post
But could a viral/televised tweet be enough to convince large amounts of black voters from neighboring states come cast a ballot? (Yes, of course it could). They went the extra mile though. The left has been playing the long game with this one. And it looks like they may have won this one. Even with the recount. Because this time they may have broke the law legally.
It wasn’t illegals who voted this time, or dead people, they got a little more creative this time. Since 2014 Doug Jones and his gang have been working to give rights back to convicted felons. It’s been one of their “very passionate stances” of late. To get rights back to people who violently harmed/raped/murdered other Americans. One of those rights? You guessed it!
The right to 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.” Up until May of this year, violent convicted felons were not allowed to vote in Alabama (like every other state). Under our noses, the liberals got them just in time.
Further confirmation from Newsweek that the recount is a no-brainer.
“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. Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, who spearheaded the effort, said on the November 27 registration deadline that at least 5,000 to 10,000 people statewide had registered that month.” – Newsweek