Trump: I Knew All Along That Roy Moore Would Lose Against Doug Jones. Believe Me.

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In a stunning victory for Democrats and a jaw-dropping loss for Republicans, including Donald Trump, Doug Jones on Tuesday became the first Democrat in a generation to win a Senate seat in Alabama. First, Trump endorsed Luther Strange who lost to Roy Moore, an alleged pedophile who the so-called president later endorsed. Trump has been pushing for a Moore victory in the deep-red state while deeming Jones, a man who helped secure the conviction of Ku Klux Klan members who murdered 4 young African American girls, weak on crime. This wasn’t just a Democrat vs. Republican sort of thing; it was good vs. evil. Moore, a twice-removed judge, was not fit for office even before accusations surfaced of the Alabama Republican perving on teenage girls when he was in his thirties.

Behold! Donald Trump, who has vigorously been rallying for the disgraced judge, says he knew all along that Moore would lose. The current occupant of the White House is a real psychic, you guys.

“The reason I originally endorsed Luther Strange (and his numbers went up mightily), is that I said Roy Moore will not be able to win the General Election,” President Blowhard tweeted. “I was right! Roy worked hard but the deck was stacked against him!”

Trump’s endorsements are now toxic as he puts party over country in hopes of furthering his agenda. You lost, Mr. Trump and America won. Thank you, Alabama. I never thought I’d say that, but again, thank you to the good people of that deep red state for putting a line in the sand and saying this is just too much.

By the way, Roy Moore still hasn’t conceded the race. Life is HARD. Go cry in your pillow, Mr. Moore. You are toast. And take Trump with you. You’re both done.

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