Tomorrow on Tuesday, December 12, Alabama will vote for its next U.S. Senator. The choice is stark — on one side is Democrat and progressive politician Doug Jones. On the other is confirmed pedophile Roy Moore. The fact that no one knows what's going to happen in tomorrow's race says a lot (OF BAD STUFF!!!) about where we stand as a nation right now.
The people of Alabama have a choice: They can vote for Roy Moore, the child molester, and prove America has sunk so low it is now a torched hellscape of eternal pain and suffering, or they can vote for Doug Jones, and prove that America has only sunk to the point of being a regular hellscape of eternal pain and suffering.
It may not seem like a big difference, but at this point, any little spark of positivity helps.
Roy Moore is a danger to society. And he's way closer to becoming a U.S. Senator than any pedophile should be.
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The race for the Alabama Senate seat became a matter of national attention when the Washington Post published a bombshell report detailing allegations from four women of sexual misconduct by Roy Moore when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
The report should have destroyed his prospects of getting elected, and when it didn’t, the subsequent reports of his behavior from four more women should have put the nail in the coffin.
And yet, here we are, one day from the race and Roy Moore is still in the running.
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Doug Jones, his opponent, has held a lead here and there, but the ethical choice Alabama voters will make tomorrow is still too uncertain.
When Donald Trump formally endorsed Roy Moore last week, the President of the United States didn’t exactly sink to a new low — rather he confirmed his spot at the bottom of the heap when it comes to human decency.
There's no time to dilly dally any longer — the race is here and the choice Alabama makes tomorrow is one of the most serious in recent American history.
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Barack Obama implored Alabama voters to reject Roy Moore at the polls tomorrow, according to CNN. “This one’s serious,” he said. “You can’t sit it out.”
If Roy Moore wins the Senate seat, it is a win for sexual predators. It is a win for child molesters. It is a win for Donald Trump, who is both of those things. It is a statement to the people of the United States that despite months of justice finally being served for countless women who’ve fallen victim to sexual predators, the country puts prejudice over justice. That you are not safe. That your own nation won’t fight for your life.
Even Alabama's senior Republican Senator, Richard Shelby, opposes Roy Moore.
“I’d rather see the Republican win, but I would hope that Republican would be a write-in,” Shelby said. “I couldn’t vote for Roy Moore. I didn’t vote for Roy Moore. But I wrote in a distinguished Republican name… The state of Alabama deserves better.”
Roy Moore has proven time and again that not only is he unfit for office, he's unfit to be allowed to roam the Earth unpunished.
He is as homophobic as they come and he recently said that America was better when there was slavery. No joke. The guy is super racist, super intolerant, and super into touching little girls.
Those are three very, very, very bad qualities, and yet he is this close to winning a race in which people, real people who live in America and have been privy to this news, will vote for him.
It almost makes you lose hope. So in case you live in Alabama, or you know someone who lives in Alabama, let’s make it crystal clear for the people in the back…