What we have here is a very interesting issue that may or may not extend to things far more insidious – the details behind what you are about to read essentially leave several points open for anybody willing to go full conspiracy theorist.
Again, this is not even something that would fall under an Alex Jones level of tinfoil retardation (just for the record, I don’t want to do such a thing), but I do want people to question why the State of Alabama wouldn’t want to preserve digital voting records that cost next to nothing to store on secured hard drives.
The election last night was very, very close, and while I do think that Doug Jones pulled off a legitimate victory at the end of the day thanks to virtue-signaling suburban CUCKS, any accusation of suspected fraud and/or rigging should be taken seriously until everything is sorted out beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Following an eleventh-hour order instructing voting officials in Alabama to keep the digital ballots generated in Tuesday’s controversial Senate election, the state’s Supreme Court has issued a stay to block that decision.
The order to preserve the records was issued by the Montgomery County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon — less than 24 hours before voting was set to begin — and the stay that will effectively nullify that order was issued late Monday night.
“All counties employing digital ballot scanners in the Dec. 12, 2017 election are hereby ordered to set their voting machines to save all processed images in order to preserve all digital ballot images,” the Montgomery County order stated.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Alabama state election administrator Ed Packard are named as defendants in the suit, which was brought before the Montgomery County court by four Alabama voters. Initially filed on Thursday of last week, it cited the state-level election system hacking that the Department of Homeland Security notified 21 states including Alabama of this September in arguing that the state should hold onto the digital record of votes for at least six months rather than destroy them.
According to AL.com, “at 4:32 p.m. Monday, attorneys for Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Ed Packard, the state administrator of elections, filed an ’emergency motion to stay’ that order, which the state Supreme Court granted minutes after Merrill and Packard’s motion was filed.”
A full hearing for the case is set for December 21, but the state has a green light to continue destroying its digital voting records until that time.
If this turns out to be something damaging to Roy Moore, it would just be another confirmation of what we’ve been saying for over a year – the Establishment GOP is just as much an enemy of the White Man as the most rabid Leftist parading through the streets of Berkeley or Charlottesville.
To them, we are just chattel meant to passively elect hacks and corrupt elitists to high positions, and when we get someone even remotely similar to us in belief, all weapons must be deployed to prevent any sort of victory.