Claims of vote fraud in Alabama are swirling after a man was caught on camera appearing to reveal that supporters of Democrat Doug Jones “came from different parts of the country” to vote for him.

The clip was captured by Fox10 News after it was confirmed that Jones had defeated Republican Roy Moore.

Asked, “Why are you excited to see this victory?,” the man responds, “Because we came here all the way from different parts of the country as part of our fellowship and all of us pitched in to vote and canvas together and we got our boy elected!”

It’s unclear whether the individual is referring to people being transported in to campaign for Jones or to actually vote for him, which would be illegal.

“Even the girl next to him knows that he has let the cat out of the bag,” commented one Twitter user.

The clip is going viral, with one version having racked up almost 300,000 views on Facebook.

Roy Moore is continuing to refuse to concede the election, commenting, “In this race, we have not received the final count to include military and provisional ballots. This has been a very close race and we are awaiting certification by the secretary of state.”

If Moore reduces Jones’ 1.5 percentage advantage to within 0.5% after the military ballots have been counted, this will trigger an automatic recount which will will be paid for by the state government.

Male Feminist gets 45 year sentence in child abuse case

FAIRBANKS — A 37-year-old Fairbanks man who was sentenced Monday to 45 years in prison for sexually abusing a young girl under his care told the judge he was a “feminist and pacifist” who had “earnest conversations” with the girl “about gender equality and how she should be able to expect the same respect as any man.”

Shawn Thomas Weixelman was charged in July 2016 with 11 counts of felony first-degree sexual abuse of a minor and two counts of felony second-degree abuse of a minor after investigators determined he abused the girl for six years, when she was between the ages of 8 and 14.

Weixelman pleaded guilty in May to a consolidated count of first degree sexual abuse of a minor during a four-year period. It was agreed Weixelman would be sentenced to between 30 to 69 years of active time.

The girl’s mother told the court, at the sentencing hearing, that she became ill, needing a year to recover. So she sent the girl to Fairbanks to live with Weixelman.

After her recovery, she left the girl with Weixelman because she “seemed to be doing well,” but later became concerned when the girl told her she was “hearing voices” and had “intrusive thoughts of hurting herself.” The girl was put on medication and returned to the Lower 48 to live with her mother. In May 2016, she confided that Weixelman had been sexually abusing her. The girl’s mother told the court Weixelman had a history of “relentless emotional manipulation and gaslighting” but she “didn’t think he’d do this to a child.”

“He does not deserve a second chance. Her suffering has been, and will continue to be, life-altering,” the girl’s mother said.

The girl told the court that Weixelman “knew what he did was wrong.

“Even after I told him I wanted it to stop and he agreed, he still did it. Even after he found how much he ruined me and broke my mind, he still kept doing it for his selfish reason. He did not care what happened to me, he cared about his own pleasure,” she said.

The girl said she suffers from severe PTSD because of Weixelman’s abuse.

“I will have to carry the weight of what he did for the rest of my life. And I will have to deal with it,” the girl said.

Weixelman’s defense attorney, Robert Downes, presented numerous family members as character witnesses for Weixelman. His father praised his son as a creative storyteller, screenwriter and movie maker and said jail has been a “traumatic experience” for Weixelman.

Weixelman told the court he hadn’t realized that his actions were wrong until he and the girl had a conversation in which “she expressed regret that we had done these things,” and “it really just kind of shattered my perception about the way that I had manifested my love.”

GTA college students plan walkout on Friday

ome college students in the GTA say they are planning a symbolic walkout on Friday.

In a Facebook post, the group Ontario Students United said they are planning to walkout on what would have been their last day of the fall semester, before the college faculty strike.

Nearly 25,700 full-time Ontario college students received tuition refunds after the five-week strike derailed their semester.

Ontario’s Ministry of Advanced Education confirmed Tuesday that 10.3 per cent of Ontario’s roughly 250,000 full-time college students asked for, and received, their money back after the strike.

The government ended the strike in November with back-to-work legislation passed in a rare weekend sitting at Queen’s Park.


Organizers said students at Centennial, Sheridan, and George Brown, as well as other colleges across Ontario, have committed to take part.

The walkout is expected to take part between noon and 2 p.m.

Multiculturalism In Canada: Women Excluded From A Construction Site Near Mosques

The leaders of two mosques pressured an entrepreneur to ensure that there were no women on construction sites near his places of worship on Friday prayers.

The management of mosques located in the Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough in Montreal, first asked the contractor not to do any work on Friday so as not to harm the day of prayer. A request refused because of delays that would have resulted. The manufacturer has instead committed not to make noise on Friday, a clause that is also written in black on white in the contract.

The mosque leaders then claimed that the women would not be visible on Fridays on the construction sites near the two mosques, and the contractor said he could prove it.

The measure targets five women, four signalers and one engineer, who had to be reassigned elsewhere, according to information obtained via the TVA News Facebook account.

Anti-Israel Students Spread Jew Hatred at McMaster University: ‘Hitler Should Have Took You All’

Anti-Israel students at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada have published multiple social media posts praising Adolf Hitler, demonizing Jews, and glorifying terrorist organizations, The Algemeiner has learned.

Dozens of individuals affiliated with the campus group Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) published incendiary comments on Jews and Israel in recent years — among them the “openly anti-Semitic Mac SPHR students” Rawan QaddouraEsra Bengizi and Nadera Masad, the anonymous watchdog group Canary Mission charged in a new report.

According to screenshots obtained by Canary Mission, Qaddoura — a political science and economics major who unsuccessfully ran for the SPHR presidency in 2016 — tweeted in September 2012, “i just don’t like jews lol #sorrynotsorry”

On August 2013, she wrote, “‘@judeZAdude: The whole world is controlled by Zionist Jews and until you understand that, life will never make sense.’”

Qaddoura also repeatedly praised Hitler, tweeting in January 2012, “I honestly wish I was born at the time of the second world war just to see the genius, Hitler, at work.”

She doubled down on these sentiments in June 2013, writing, “everytime I read about Hitler, I fall in love all over again.”

Qaddoura’s invective against Jews and admiration of Hitler — which extended to tweetsdemonizing Israel and Zionism — echoed that of fellow McMaster student and Bengizi, who identified herself in August 2016 as a fourth year “double majoring in English & French.”

On July 2015, Bengizi tweeted a photo of Hitler — captioned with heart emojis — alongside the fake quote, “The only Religion I respect is Islam. The only prophet I admire is the Prophet Muhammad.”

A year earlier, she wrote, “‘@KMKurd: Where is hitler when u need one?’ I literally ask this every day.” On the same Twitter thread, she added, “hitler did more than just kill. He was also a great leader & role model to many. And all governments kill innocent people everyday.”

Bengizi’s admiration of Hitler sometimes accompanied tweets that were explicitly antagonistic towards Jews. “I’m actually going to the rule the world and get rid of anyone who doesn’t have basic common sense or if you’re yahoodi [Jewish] #QueenE,” she tweetedon May 2014. Bengizi praised Hitler as “so intelligent” later on the same thread.