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How Roy Moore Tested White Evangelical Allegiance To The Republican Party!

Reader if there was any doubt left, it's gone now, white evangelicals have proven that they're the WORST people in America (again). These are the same type of Christians who would have been standing in the door of the school shouting segregation now, segregation forever.

The major difference in my home state Tuesday election is that black people Voted against him. Not that white people didn't vote or voted against him. People who don't normally vote -- did. Whites -- as usual -- voted party and ignored a complete lack of morals and character. For a group of people who claim moral high ground all the time -- they certainly don't consider that when voting for ANYONE with a R beside their name. Shameful.

Interesting read:
Roy Moore’s failed run for Alabama’s Senate seat tested white evangelicals’ allegiance to the Republican Party. Would they vote for a candidate who shares their conservative views on social issues even though he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women? Exit polls suggest they did just that, with 80 percent of white evangelicals who voted selecting Moore in Tuesday’s special election, which was narrowly won by Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate."

~ Sarah Pulliam Bailey

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How Roy Moore Tested White Evangelical Allegiance To The Republican Party!


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