One of Judge Roy Moore’s accusers has switched from the Republican to the Democrat party in order to run for a state House seat in Florida.
Not surprisingly, Deborah Gibson — who claimed that she dated Moore at age 17, which was over the age of consent in Alabama — is playing the woman card, stating, “Too many of us, particularly women, have felt that some special mysterious qualification was needed to participate in our democratic process….”
She’s taking typical Democrat positions, calling for gun control and pro-DREAMer policy. As of press time, she has crowdfunded $1,842 from 15 donors. The sign language interpreter is running in the 89th district, which is represented by a multi-term Republican named Bill Hager. Hager won uncontested in 2016.
Another woman who accused Moore admitted that she fabricated at least some of a supposed yearbook signature that Moore put in her yearbook.
Big League Politics famously debunked the smear job against Judge Roy Moore in a bombshell report right before the election, in which we proved that failed Jeb Bush campaign operative Tim Miller leaked the story to the Washington Post.
Charles C. Johnson got Miller to admit to the skullduggery in a series of text messages.
We also broke evidence of voter fraud in the race.
Mobile County, a heavily pro-Jones county, tabulated its votes later than the pro-Moore counties, and eventually gave Jones the lead.
The Alabama Supreme Court shot down a lower court ruling Tuesday requiring counties to preserve their digital voting records. Thus, the Supreme Court is allowing counties to destroy their voter records. The Moore legal team will need to jump on this development fast to protect those records.
Evidence of voter fraud exists in the election.
Democratic activists made a last-minute push to get out the vote against Roy Moore in Alabama by encouraging “African-Americans in Mississippi” to vote in the wrong state.
Sources on the ground in Alabama confirm that these tactics are real, and they have been used by supporters of Democrat Doug Jones.
Big League Politics received evidence of a Reddit call for “African-Americans in Mississippi” to “make a short trip to Alabama on December 12.” That Reddit thread is still active.
Similar calls have been made on Reddit for African-Americans in other nearby states, including Georgia and Tennessee.
Voters were forced to fill out provisional ballots in Madison County due to technical problems at the polls, and many of those voters were told that their votes might not count.
Democrat Doug Jones won Madison County with 65,664 votes to Moore’s 46,313, with 3,446 write ins. Jones’ nearly 20,000-vote margin of victory in Madison County alone accounts for nearly all of his 1.7-point lead statewide (absentee ballots still need to be counted).
President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Madison County, with 89,520 votes to Clinton’s 62,822 votes.
Big League Politics has received a firsthand report from Madison County of technical problems at the polls that caused many voters to fill out provisional ballots that have not yet been counted, and might never be counted.
Provisional votes will not be counted until next Tuesday.
Here is the voter’s statement:
“There was Huge problems in Jefferson County. Moore should ask for a recount. No way Jones won 85% of the vote in Jefferson. In Huntsville voters had to vote on provisional ballots and were TOLD the votes may not be counted”…
“My friend said that her polling place in South Huntsville was a disaster. She said they were having equipment issues and everyone voted provisional ballot. They were asked for their phone # and would be called to let them know if their vote was counted”…
There was also a concerted effort underway to register felons to vote in the Alabama special election.
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