Judge orders Alabama to 'preserve' voting records for Senate special election


#1

It’s nauseatingly fascinating to me that it takes a court order to try to stop voting records from being destroyed.

Could be worse I suppose. At least we still have actual elections…for now.


#2

Well, how else do you expect conservatives in Alabama to defend and preserve the white race? It’s a combination of making sure the impure don’t vote and forcing white women to carry babies to term… /s


#3

I seriously don’t know what’s going on here but it’s super fishy and weird.

https://twitter.com/Greg_Palast/status/940437973983744002


#4

It’s called voter suppression.


#5

This is a rigged system. This is a sick system from the inside. And, you know, there’s no country like our country, but we have a lot of sickness in some of our institutions, and we’re working very hard. We’ve got a lot of them straightened out, but we do have – we really do – a rigged system in this country, and we have to change it. Terrible. Terrible

Donald J. Trump,
December 8, 2017
Pensacola, Florida


#6

I wonder if Moore was backstage frantically thinking shut up, shut up, shut up.


#7

Somewhere in Ala there is a roadside brothel with 16 year old girls and Roy Moore has been there.


#8

I don’t want to think of what he was frantically doing backstage while this was being discussed.


#9

The whole story is that Moore left the brothel right away. This isn’t really a story. I wish it were, but it’s not.


#10

Maybe they told him they were taking him to a mall.


#11

The girls weren’t young enough.


#12

Chatting with a bunch of people, nobody thinks Moore is going to lose. Most not even because of voter suppression, but because conservatives have made their peace with the Moore allegations.

I think Dems stand to gain a lot more from a win here, though. It is not just a vote in Congress but a turn of narrative, a spiritual win.


#13

I believe this to be true as well.

That said, with so much critical legislation in the balance right now, I’d much prefer more than a symbolic victory here.


#14

In the future, the whole process will be immensely streamlined by simply determining who the most heinous, repulsive and depraved candidate is, and giving them the job.


#15

That was the punch line I knew was there but could not find to save my life. Thank you!


#16

He has served as an officer of the Army, or a prosecutor, or a judge, for the majority of his adult life, outside of law school which came after the army.

I am sure he reported such an establishment within the week. /s


#17

Your turn next time.

:slight_smile:


#18

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