Alabama Senator Richard Shelby said he did not vote for Roy Moore. Instead he threw his vote away in a write-in “protest vote.”
This is what happens with establishment GOP swamp creatures that are so weak that they immediately fold to liberal media and Dem party hit jobs.
“I want to reiterate again: I didn’t vote for Roy Moore, I wouldn’t vote for Roy Moore, I think the Republican Party can do better," Republican Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby says #CNNSOTU https://t.co/LZPCztusta
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) December 10, 2017
Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby said on Sunday that he could not bring himself to vote for Republican candidate Roy Moore in Alabama’s upcoming Senate election.
Shelby, a Republican, said he did not vote for the Democratic candidate Doug Jones, but had written in a “distinguished Republican candidate” who he did not name.
“I’d rather see a Republican win, but I hope that Republican will be a write in,” Shelby told CNN’s Jake Tapper on State of the Union. “I think a lot of people could do that. Will they do that? I’m not sure.”
“I couldn’t vote for Roy Moore,” he said. “The state of Alabama deserves better.”