Voter Fraud Being Investigated in Alabama

If you are going to brag about voter fraud in the Alabama Senate race, it would be a good idea not to do it in a viral video. That seems to have been done after Doug Jones defeated Judge Roy Moore. The video implies that fraudulent voters came from out of state and helped swing the election to the Democrat candidate. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill now has some serious questions to ask of someone.

As Written and Reported By Amanda Prestigiacomo for the Daily Wire:

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill has launched an investigation into voter fraud accusations from last week’s Senate special election, in which Democrat Doug Jones was declared the winner over his Republican opponent, embattled Judge Roy Moore. Moore has yet to officially concede.

The investigation was triggered by a viral video of a Jones supporter telling Fox10 reporter Kati Weis that he and others had traveled “from different parts of the country” to “vote” for their candidate, Jones.

“We came here all the way from different parts of the country as part of our fellowship, and all of us pitched in to vote and canvas together, and we got our boy elected!” said the unidentified man.

Speaking to Fox10, Merrill said the clip was “very disconcerting,” adding that his team is working to identify the man in the video.

“Well, it’s very disconcerting when someone who’s not from Alabama says that they participated in our election, so now it’s incumbent upon us to try to identify this young man, to see what kind of role he played ― if it was to simply play a canvassing roll, or if he was part of a process that went out and tried to register voters, or if he himself actually became ……..

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Voter Fraud Investigation Launched Into Alabama Senate Special Election | Daily Wire

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