The absentee military vote in Alabama can't save Roy Moore and turn his defeat into victory, and he knows it; unfortunately there just aren't enough of these votes to shrink his 1.5% deficit with Doug Jones to the .5% needed to trigger an automatic statewide recount.
Moore is trailing weak on crime, pro-transgender, open borders, abortion absolutist Doug Jones by 20,715 votes. 2016 military data shows that 8,700 Alabamians are currently serving in the military: 6500 overseas, and the rest at home. Undoubtedly Judge Moore's background as a West Point grad and Vietnam vet will win him a great majority of this vote. But even if he gets 100% of it, it will cut Jone's lead to 12,000 or just under 1% to .85%. That's .35% shy of the .5% needed for a recount.
An election this close has far too many variables at play to just concede without putting up a fight. And Judge Moore is a fighter for God, country, family and faith. That's why we love him and wish him well.
But, as I said, the Judge knows this. He knows that the military vote alone can't and won't be the answer to his prayers for overturning the election that was stolen from him by false accusations of sexual misconduct spread by a malicious press (with GOPe backing) using discredited accusers who were likely paid for lying - as were Donald Trump's accusers.
As the certification process with the final tally will be completed between December 26 and January 3 the Judge in the meantime is using the excuse of a close race and uncounted military ballots to justify not conceding as he searches the state for evidence of significant and substantial voter fraud. If God willing the Judge is fortunate enough to find such evidence he'll raise hell that the election was stolen from him and call on the Alabama Republican Party to join him in requesting that the state do a recount. If the AL GOP is with Moore on the recount it's more than likely the Republican administration in Montgomery will order it. But lacking party support that's unlikely to happen. Moore then will sue for a recount in court. But if that fails and he believes that a recount will reverse the election then he'll have to fund it himself. And that's where you and I and millions of the Judge's supporters come in.
It is reported that the cost of a recount is between $1 million and $1.5 million, and that the Judge has no more than $636,000 in campaign funds on hand. Now if the Judge doesn't receive a personal donation of $863,000 to finance the recount we'll have to do that for him by sending him donations. By the way, if the recount results in a victory for Moore he'll be reimbursted 100%.
But when the certification process is complete and Moore not finding any or enough voting fraud too change the outcome, what then? Should he do what the President says and concede? NO WAY! If I were Moore I'd not concede an election that was stolen from me by a hate driven media and lying accusations of sexual wrong doing of 40 years ago. NO WAY would I concede the election to a psychopathic infanticidal late-term abortion nut, the champion of sexually confused mentally ill people and illegal aliens.
Roy Moore is a man of deep faith and spiritual integrity with a mission to save our Republic and civilization from the immorality and degeneration of secular progressivism, and restore traditional values, principles and ideals. He believes in the rightness of his cause (which is that of true conservatism) and that God and history are on his side whether he reverses the election or not. Judge Moore's candidacy as is his life is a crusade not a political campaign. And his crusade, an inspiration to us all, won't end until God takes him from this world to the better place in Heaven that he richly deserves.
12-16-17 1:30 pm
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama Republican Roy Moore on Friday told supporters that the “battle is not over” in Alabama’s Senate race even though President Donald Trump and others have called on him to concede.
Moore sent a fundraising email to supporters asking for contributions to his “election integrity fund’ so he could investigate reports of voter fraud.
“I also wanted to let you know that this battle is NOT OVER!” he wrote.
Judge Roy Moore Files Election Complaint Alleging Voter Fraud
Judge Roy Moore filed an election complaint with the Circuit Court of Montgomery, Alabama, Wednesday night, alleging that voter fraud swung the election in favor of Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.
Roy Moore refused to concede the election in the wake of his defeat to Doug Jones in the Alabama special election. The Alabama State Canvassing Board is scheduled to meet on Thursday to certify Jones’s victory. However, the Moore campaign filed a complaint late Wednesday night with the state Circuit Court, seeking a temporary restraining order to postpone the certification, arguing “potential election fraud that improperly altered the outcome of this election.”
The Roy Moore campaign contended in a press release that “with a reasonable degree of statistical and mathematical certainty … election fraud occurred.”
“This is not a Republican or Democrat issue as election integrity should matter to everyone,” the Moore campaign wrote in a statement on Wednesday. “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.”
"Moore's complaint includes AFFIDAVITS from three "national election integrity experts" who claim election fraud occurred.....(see)"
We shall see