“Liberal Redneck” Trae Crowder asked Alabama voters to show the South wasn’t all bad by rejecting alleged pedophile Roy Moore.
The disgraced jurist and failed gubernatorial candidate picked up President Donald Trump’s endorsement after nearly a dozen women accused him of being a teen sex predator, and polls show him with a slight lead a day before the special Senate election to fill Jeff Sessions’ seat.
“The people of Alabama’s choices are Democrat Doug Jones and a poorly written villain from a f*cking ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ episode,” Crowder said. “Even when you take into account that the man they’re replacing is a f*cking hobbit from an alternate universe where J.R.R. Tolkien owned slaves, Roy Moore is an unbelievable bag of sh*t.”
Crowder pointed out Moore had been removed from the bench twice for refusing to follow the law, took money from his own nonprofit, waxed nostalgic for the pre-Civil War era and thinks laws should be explicitly Christian.
Even so, Moore seems likely to win.
“People are like, it’s Alabama,” Crowder said. “They’d elect a Camaro if you duct-taped a hunting rifle to the side of it and made its horn quote the worst parts of the Bible.”
But he said it doesn’t have to be that way.
“F*ck all that,” Crowder said. “For me, this ain’t about a victory for Doug Jones or the Democrats — it’s bigger than that. For me, this is about a victory for the Good South, the South that I know exists. It’s about sending a message to Moore and all of his ilk that they don’t speak for all of us. They don’t represent us, we are not like them, that we’re better, and I believe the people of Alabama can send that message.”