A Right-Wing Pundit’s Conspiracy Over Roy Moore’s Election Loss Gets Smacked Down Jillian Bowe December 16, 2017 Digital Entertainment, Politics GOPers are such sore losers. So much to the point where they are starting to doubt the recent Alabama senate elections were legit. A Trump supporter voiced on Twitter hours after Democrat Doug Jones‘ defeat against Roy Moore a crazy theory accusing voters being brought out of state in order to help Jones win the election. He tweeted: I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote. Anyone else hearing this? Anything to it? That might explain the 30% turnout higher than population percentage. Just reporting the rumor. — Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) December 13, 2017 Later, screenwriter John Rogers fired back and crushed the wacky accusations and replied: 1/ Okay, you racist hack, apparently I have to do this every time. Like all conspiracy theories, this falls apart as soon as one asks "How?" https://t.co/oksvKlmCVI — John Rogers (@jonrog1) December 13, 2017 Black Twitter got busy! Bruh, next time just take that L and keep quiet or you will get decimated.