There are many things you can say about the Roy Moore/Doug Jones race, but I never thought this would be one of them.
Politico senior writer Jake Sherman actually tweeted this out a few minutes ago:
I’ve spoken to a bunch of people who think Doug Jones would be a more reliable vote for Trump than Roy Moore in the Senate.— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) December 4, 2017
Wow. I think someone is trying to dupe Jake Sherman here and it sounds like he fell for it. Hook, line, and sinker.
Here’s some Twitter reaction:
There is no person who thinks this. https://t.co/cVLvm5t9Lf— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) December 4, 2017
thought provoking hot take over here. https://t.co/O5u6ZxSJ1i— Wesley Dietrich (@WesleyDietrich) December 4, 2017
hahahahahahahaha— Melissa Mackenzie 🌐 (@MelissaTweets) December 4, 2017
Right. Come on, man. https://t.co/bW8vuMRUuk
Must have been at the Politico Christmas party. Open bar? https://t.co/i4zSuzQF59— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) December 4, 2017
Oh that's rich. https://t.co/loXWxvSNqK— Cluster Fox 23 🇺🇸 (@ClusterFox23) December 4, 2017
Literally nobody believes this.— mediacritic (@mediacritik) December 4, 2017
Doug Jones hasn't even pretended to be moderate on the campaign trail in Alabama. Usually red-state Dems at least pretend, he hasn't. https://t.co/fEHSDNoNmM
You must speak to REALLY stupid people. https://t.co/TL3FO9tkLw— Anthony Scarramucci (@AnthonyScarramu) December 4, 2017
"ive spoken to a bunch of people." journalism 101 https://t.co/h5dz431b4W— pittsburghdan (@danky1465) December 4, 2017
Pelosi, Schumer, and who else? https://t.co/b5c0ug389E— The Unconquered (@redpilldom) December 4, 2017