They’re already calling being an unrepentant sexual predator “misconduct allegations,” so I’d say his odds are decent. https://t.co/rq5cwERwpd
— Molotov Frappuccino Thrower (@agraybee) June 20, 2019
Sure, his fellow Repubs have publicly vowed to ‘crush’ him — ‘This place has enough creepy old men’. They’re even trying to recruit Jeff Sessions to run against him (as if that idea wasn’t six different nightmares in its own right). But FiveThirtyEight refuses to dismiss ‘Sheriff’ Moore’s chances:
… [T]here is one factor working in Moore’s favor — a crowded primary field. Because the eventual GOP nominee stands a good chance of beating Jones in the general election (Alabama is 27 points more Republican than the country as a whole), even more candidates could join the race. A large primary field may fragment the vote, making it unlikely that a candidate could win a majority and avoid a runoff and making it easier for Moore to advance to a runoff with only the support of his base…
Asked what he'll do differently now versus his 2017 Senate bid, Roy Moore says: "I would like to make more personal contact with people."
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) June 20, 2019
Remember: Roy Moore lost by a margin that was smaller than the number of write-in votes. https://t.co/aqjLof99WL
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) June 20, 2019
— Colonial Oppressor Barbie (@ljohn44) June 20, 2019
I kicked in a few bucks, as a preemptive offering, because I’m superstitious like that.