Republican intimidating voters

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The quote in question was uttered on Tuesday night at the victory party for Democrat Doug Jones, who defeated Roy Moore in the closely contested Senate race.

At that party, television reporter Kati Weis asked one jubilant supporter, “Why are you excited to see this victory?

Kayleigh Mc Enany, a controversial former CNN commentator, was named the new Republican National Committee spokeswoman Monday — one day after she debuted in one of Trump's "real news" videos.

Mc Enany said in a statement that she would remain a regular on TV, talking about “Republican ideas and values.” Her sudden promotion came only two days after she announced her exit from CNN, where she was a die-hard Trump supporter who shared his penchant for false facts and scandalous statements. CNN pundit Kayleigh Mc Enany presents Trump's 'real news' On Sunday, Mc Enany unexpectedly appeared on “Trump TV,” a self-promoting video series run on Trump’s Facebook page.

He continued: 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 a registered voter. When you have someone actually recorded on television saying that they voted, and that’s what he said, then we’ve got to get to the bottom of that.

There is a vastly more reasonable interpretation of the quote in question.

More troublingly, Merrill continues to claim that Moore, who has not yet conceded, can request a recount.

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Republican Secretary of State John Merrill refused to prepare for high turnout, leading to confusion and long lines; poll workers spread misinformation at understaffed precincts; and some citizens were initially denied a ballot due to a recent “refresh” of the voter rolls.

" The implication that no other President has created one million jobs in his first six months is false.

Former President Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter both outpaced Trump's performance, creating 1.25 million and 2.14 million new jobs, respectively, in their first six months.

This primary marked the first election in which Alabama’s new ban on crossover voting took effect, so it’s understandable that a small fraction of voters might have missed the memo.

Yet Merrill threatened to prosecute these voters, as well as poll workers who aided them.

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