Americans aren’t the only ones celebrating pedophile Roy Moore’s loss to Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama’s Senate special election on Tuesday. Expert on all things magic J.K. Rowling has been known to keep her fingers on the pulse of U.S. politics, and she used this finger to tweet a totally scathing message to Moore after he refused to take no for an answer (shocking):
“Narrator’s voice: Roy was right. God was in control. What he didn’t realise was, She’s black,” tweeted the author.
Rowling’s response was based on the fact that exit polls showed much of Jones’ win can be attributed to black folks who’d gotten out there and voted– specifically, black women. This caused the hashtag #BlackWomen to begin trending on Twitter when users noticed that 97 percent of black women voters supported Jones.
— deray (@deray) December 13, 2017
Unsurprisingly, Roy Moore— who used to stalk shopping malls after hours in order to to prey on underage girls— refused to accept defeat, telling supporters at his election rally late Tuesday night that “when the vote is this close –– that it’s not over” (it was over) and that God may still play a role in the election results.
"Realize when the vote is this close –– that it's not over." Republican Roy Moore refuses to concede to Democrat Doug Jones, despite losing a close Alabama Senate race. https://t.co/YNIst4Ggn1 pic.twitter.com/dEIMgYiAZ1
— CBS News (@CBSNews) December 13, 2017
“We also know that God is always in control,” he said. “That’s what we’ve got to do, is wait on God and let this process play out.”
Sure. God is in control alright.
Black Twitter went wild, and rightfully so. If it weren’t for black folks, we’d be mourning a shitty pedophile cowboy’s win over a real politician. The irony is just delectable.