Roy Moore Is Joanne the Scammer, Wants $1000 from Voters for “Election Integrity Fund”

· Updated on May 28, 2018

She’s a real scammer and she lives for drama. We’re talking, of course, about removed Alabama judge and Senate election loser, Roy Moore.

According to the Anniston Star, a local Alabama newspaper, Moore is begging Alabama voters to fill his coffers with donations of up to $2,700 even though he already lost.

“Please chip in a donation of $1,000, $500, $250, $150, $100, $75, $50, $35 or $25 immediately to my campaign’s ‘Election Integrity Fund’ to help make sure all votes are accurately counted,” the emails read. According to the Star, the emails say that Moore’s campaign needs the money to “chase down reports of fraud and irregularities’ and legal fees.”

Moore says he needs $75,000 by midnight on December 27 for his “election integrity fund.” There’s been no evidence of voter fraud in the Alabama election.

OK, we see you, Moore. Scam away, Roy. Scam away. But here’s some advice from the original scammer herself:


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