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Republican Roy Moore is projected to have lost the Alabama Senate special election to Democrat Doug Jones.
According to exit polls, voter turnout in white areas was down while turnout in black areas was up.
While President Trump won the Alabama presidential election in 2016 by 28 points, Roy Moore is projected to lose by 1.4 points.
Whites allowed themselves to be gaslit by the media's hysterics into staying home, meanwhile the same media told blacks that Roy Moore was going to bring back slavery.
We're going to have to wait two years before the seat can come back.
Here's a full demographic breakdown from NBC News' exit polls:
Thanks to the Republican establishment doing everything in their power to sabotage Roy Moore, the Senate in 2018 could now be a toss up.
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