#AlabamaSenate: Roy Moore Rode A Horse And Other Plot Twists [VIDEO]

#AlabamaSenate: Roy Moore Rode A Horse And Other Plot Twists [VIDEO]

#AlabamaSenate: Roy Moore Rode A Horse And Other Plot Twists [VIDEO]

The circus trainwreck that is the Alabama Senate race is the focus of everyone’s attention today. Will it be Doug Jones or Roy Moore with the winning votes? Who knows. However, the plot twists involving Twitter, Steve Bannon, the History Channel and Roy Moore’s horse certainly add to the drama!

First off we have Steve Bannon. Quite frankly I’ve never been a fan, especially since he ruined Andrew Breitbart’s legacy. Needless to say, his diatribe at a rally last night didn’t help matters.

Oooh boy …that’s not going to end well. Football is king in the south and by golly you do NOT diss those schools while standing inside the state lines! But go ahead Steve. You do you.

Next up – the History Channel.

Last I checked, the History Channel is supposed to provide info on HISTORY. Not current events. Nor should it/they be taking sides. But that’s what they did!

Yes please.

As if it wasn’t enough for the History Channel to dive into the race, an interesting and really kind of ugly Twitter trend started up called Dear Alabama.

Here’s a sampling for both sides:

Well gosh. Tell us how you really feel!

https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/940654488951521280

Understandably, there are quite a few folks living IN Alabama who aren’t fans of this cutesy Dear Alabama trend, and I don’t blame them!

Yep. I’d say this trend could backfire significantly.

And, to round things out for the morning we have Roy Moore on a horse!

Former Alabama state judge Roy Moore arrived at his polling station, the Gallant Fire Department, just after 11:30 a.m. eastern time Tuesday.

He showed up on horseback, riding his horse named “Sassy.”

Yes folks, Roy Moore rode to his polling place on horseback. See for yourself!

Needless to say, this grabbed everyone’s attention. In spades.

Keep in mind, this isn’t the first time Moore has ridden to the polls. 

“I think it’s a good thing to do, I won the last time I rode a horse, I think maybe have good favor,” Moore told CNN during his Republican primary runoff against Sen. Luther Strange.

So that means if it worked then, it will work now? Hey why not!
Folks, this Election Day has had its share of drama and plot twists and there are hours to go before the polls close. Keep an eye out. You never know what’s going to happen next.

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