The People of Alabama Appropriately Handled Judge Roy Moore … Then Twitter Mercilessly Finished Him Off With These 11 Crazy Tweets
By Andrew Brock | Staff writer for www.goombaytally.com | Judge Roy Moore
The December 12, 2017 Alabama Senate seat race wasn’t just a major political event for the people of Alabama, or even for the United States. This race was closely followed, scrutinized, and analyzed on the broader global stage as well. Why? Well, most would agree that this race served as a windsock, or gauge for the current administration’s net influence, momentum, and political potency in United States right now.
With the state of Alabama electing its first Democratic senator in over two decades, do these election results tell us which way the 2020 winds are blowing? Maybe … but who really knows. Right?
Last year’s elections taught us all a valuable lesson about the accuracy of pre-election predictions and the “myth of absolutes” in the strange city we call Washington D.C. (cue the You Tube montage of bumbling CNN and MSNBC reporters trying to figure out what’s going on with the early Trump and Hillary poll numbers. All wide-eyed, frazzled, and perplexed … like Mike Tyson stuck in a Calculus 301 class at Stanford University on a pop quiz day.)
And I think the rest of us were honestly just waiting to see if the good people of Alabama would actually live up to their existing stereotypes and “reputation” by electing a candidate that nonchalantly used the words: slavery, great, and country in the same incoherent sentence.
A modern day, living, breathing artifact from Alabama’s twisted civil rights past. Not to mention a man facing a barrage of sexual harassment and assault allegations from women whose level of social stress and anxiety at such a young age should have been attributed to things like: figuring out what to wear to the prom … or does Jimmy Bob in her history class, like her … not from being stalked by a grown man wearing a cowboy hat.
Now, I believe in due process and innocence until proven guilty like anyone else, but as one of my mentors once told me regarding the cumulative effect of a lifetime of dishonesty, corruption, and lawlessness on a human being’s life, he said: “If you get to where you are in life by treating people like dirt or nonhuman… the wolves will come for you. It may not be today. It may not be tomorrow. Hell … it may not even happen for decades. But rest assure, they will eventually come for you.”
“If you get to where you are in life by treating people like dirt or nonhumans… the wolves will come for you. It may not be today. It may not be tomorrow. Hell … it may not even happen for decades. But rest assure, they will eventually come for you,” he said.
Judge Roy Moore … I think the wolves have finally come for you sir. And they’re wearing high heels to boot.
If you’ve been paying attention to Twitter over the past 12 hours, you will notice that the tweets are also coming for Roy Moore and they are not merciful or forgiving by any stretch of the imagination. Here are 11 that will certainly leave a mark shaped like the state of Alabama on the “good” judge:
Sounds great Roy – let me know when you get some Christian values and I’ll be there!
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) November 30, 2017
Bring It On is a movie about high school cheerleaders https://t.co/THLhYwpZSf
— Chris Hansen (@tankcat) November 16, 2017
— StillLes4Hill (@StillLes4Hill) December 13, 2017
Alabama voters to Roy Moore:
**** you and the horse you rode in on !!#AlabamaSenateElection #ALsen #Alabama #DougJones #ThankYouAlabama #RoyMoore #Resist #Trump #1u #tcot #maga #NewDay #MorningJoe #TheResistance pic.twitter.com/Mw2xh9owqI
— Richard Angwin (@RichardAngwin) December 13, 2017
Roy Moore Spokesman appears to have a seizure after being schooled by Jake Tapper. pic.twitter.com/hn4BpKqdNI
— Rogelio Garcia Lawyer (@LawyerRogelio) December 13, 2017
Live look at Roy Moore's horse pic.twitter.com/G1zHbQHDu7
— The Glare (@TheGlare_TM) December 13, 2017
Roy Moore could try out for the cowboy in The Village People except he’s been banned from the YMCA pic.twitter.com/kBq1qKdYfk
— Paul Lander (@paul_lander) December 13, 2017
Roy Moore waiting on the Lord pic.twitter.com/PYDAcTKa3H
— Carlos de la Torre (@voiceofthetower) December 14, 2017
Forget the senate election. Roy Moore still hasn’t conceded the Civil War.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) December 13, 2017
Forget the voters of Alabama. Even Sassy the Horse rejected Roy Moore.
— Bryan Behar (@bryanbehar) December 13, 2017