Roy Moore’s Lawsuit to Challenge Election Result Was Dismissed Despite Vote Fraud

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Alabama: Democrat candidate Doug Jones defeated Republican Judge Roy Moore in a close election for the Senate.  Jones won by 1.5% or about 20,000 votes, out of a total of 1.3 million.  Moore filed a lawsuit to prevent Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill from certifying Jones as the winner until after an investigation of possible fraud, but it was dismissed, and Jones was confirmed.  It is important to remember that Merrill obtained a court order to destroy the election records to prevent a recount.  Moore’s lawsuit cited numerous irregularities including out-of state voters (verified by video evidence), the discovery of pre-marked ballots for Jones, and the destruction of voter records. -GEG

This morning, Alabama’s state canvassing board will officially declare Doug Jones (D) the winner of the Dec. 12 special senate election. We are told that Jones defeated Roy Moore (R) by 1.5% or about 20,000 votes.

Late yesterday, Moore filed a lawsuit to stop Alabama from certifying Jones as the winner. The defendants in the lawsuit are Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill and Jefferson County Probate Judge Alan L. King.

As reported by the New York Post, Moore’s attorney said in a statement that he believes there were irregularities during the election and that there should be a fraud investigation and eventually a new election because “This is not a Republican or Democrat issue as election integrity should matter to everyone.”

While saying he has so far not found evidence of voter fraud and that his office will investigate any complaint that Moore submits, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill nevertheless told The Associated Press yesterday evening that “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.”

In the complaint, Moore’s attorneys noted the higher than expected turnout in the race, particularly in Jefferson County, and that Moore’s numbers were suspiciously low in about 20 Jefferson County precincts.

Roy Moore’s lawsuit complaint states the following:

(1) The “purported” election results “were contrary to most of the impartial, independent polls conducted prior to the Special Election and in contrast to exit polls.”

(2) There are “multiple public outcries of election fraud,” including:

  • Pre-marked (for Doug Jones) sample ballots were discovered in a bundle or bundles in Bullock County.
  • Multiple out-of-state identification were presented at voting places.
  • “Certain precinct directors” allowed out-of-state persons to vote.
  • A news video shows a young man saying that he and a “fellowship” of others had come from out of state to vote for Jones. Secretary of State Merrill claimed to have investigated the man (but not the others in the “fellowship”), but has not released the man’s name for others to verify.

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About the Alabama election fraud: The beauty about this whole issue is its power to bring down an entire state government. If the governmental structure in Alabama has become so corrupt that it openly supports voting fraud, the citizens of Alabama should bring a class action suit to have ALL STATE elected representatives relieved of their duties and have their positions vacated. The suit should demand that an absolutely air-tight election process be structured with at least 2 built-in verification processes proving its accuracy, validity and that no tampering has taken place. All records should be kept in every election… Read more »

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Tampering with evidence is an incarceratable felony under the US Code, Title 18. Hmm … anybody gonna step-up and enforce the law here??