Anti-Trump Alabama Crimson Tide running back Bo Scarbrough was caught on camera walking in from pregame warmups yelling, “F*** Trump!”.
But good news, the Trump curse hit the football player tonight – he got benched.
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President Trump took the field for the National Anthem ahead of Monday night’s college football championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide.
Trump was greeted with a roar at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium, the home of NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. Trump faced cheers and jeers from the packed stadium with 71,000+ attendees.
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- Roy 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.”
- Irregularities in 20 precincts alone could reverse the results of the election
Roy Moore filed an election complaint late Wednesday, claiming voter fraud altered the outcome of Alabama’s Senate race, paving the way for Democrat Doug Jones’ victory.
The Moore campaign said in a statement that the purpose of the complaint is to delay the certification of the election results until “a thorough investigation of potential election fraud, that improperly altered the outcome of this election, is conducted.”
The request came just a day before the State Canvassing Board is scheduled to meet and certify the results of the election.
“This is not a Republican or Democrat issue as election integrity should matter to everyone,” Moore said. “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.”
The statement cites three Election Integrity experts saying that “with a reasonable degree of statistical and mathematical certainty … election fraud occurred” and noted the irregularities in 20 precincts alone could reverse the results of the election.
According to the results from earlier this month, the Republican candidate lost the election to Jones by a margin of 21,000 votes. Jones became the first Democrat in over two decades to win a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, the deep-red state that Trump carried by about 28 points during the 2016 presidential election.
Voter Fraud: the most reliable way for Democrats to win elections.
During Doug Jones victory party on December 12, a group of excited, young Democrats from other parts of the country brag about voting for Jones in Alabama:
“We Came From Different Parts All Over The World & Got Our Boy Elected!”
Another guy admit to voting more than once:
“I came back & voted a couple more times.”
Nick Saban, head coach for the University of Alabama football team, came in third place in Alabama Senate election with over 20,500 write-in votes. ( Read more: Nick Saban Came In 3rd Place In Alabama Senate Election With…)
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill said the write-in votes will be processed and revealed next week.
“It will be understood exactly who actually received those votes and what that will mean for the final difference,” he said. ( Read more: Nick Saban for Senate? Thousands cast write-in votes in Alabama race )
Alabama Supreme Court blocks order to preserve digital voting records
- The state has a green light to continue destroying its digital voting records although a full hearing for the case is set for December 21
Following an eleventh-hour order instructing voting officials in Alabama to keep the digital ballots generated in Tuesday’s controversial Senate election, the state’s Supreme Court has issued a stay to block that decision.
The order to preserve the records was issued by the Montgomery County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon — less than 24 hours before voting was set to begin — and the stay that will effectively nullify that order was issued late Monday night.
“All counties employing digital ballot scanners in the Dec. 12, 2017 election are hereby ordered to set their voting machines to save all processed images in order to preserve all digital ballot images,” the Montgomery County order stated.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Alabama state election administrator Ed Packard are named as defendants in the suit, which was brought before the Montgomery County court by four Alabama voters. Initially filed on Thursday of last week, it cited the state-level election system hacking that the Department of Homeland Security notified 21 states including Alabama of this September in arguing that the state should hold onto the digital record of votes for at least six months rather than destroy them.
According to AL.com, “at 4:32 p.m. Monday, attorneys for Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Ed Packard, the state administrator of elections, filed an ’emergency motion to stay’ that order, which the state Supreme Court granted minutes after Merrill and Packard’s motion was filed.”
A full hearing for the case is set for December 21, but the state has a green light to continue destroying its digital voting records until that time.
Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama senate race by a little under 21,000 votes.
The GOP write-in votes promoted by anti-Moore Republicans numbered close to 23,000.
Those 21,000 votes could have theoretically been bridged with the more than 22,000 votes, 1.7%, cast for write-in candidates.
On twitter, InGoodTrumpany noticed the write-in votes weird swing:
This is interesting? Write in votes were at 24,000 15 minutes ago, then at 16,000, now 14,000? WTH is going on? Someone flipping votes? Look at time stamp a minute apart?write in went down, Jones went up?