Cops In Black Neighborhood Harassed Whites Who Wanted To Vote For Roy Moore Is Fake News

By Shawn Rice

Cops in a predominately African-American neighborhood harassing whites who wanted to vote for Republican Roy Moore is fake news. There is no truth to a report that African-American police officers were found to be harassing white voters in the special Alabama Senate election.

During a special election, Democratic candidate Doug Jones beat Moore in a tight race for the Senate seat left vacant by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Where did this fake news originate? The Last Line of Defense published the fake news article on Dec. 13, reporting that cops in a black neighborhood were seen harassing white voters who were looking to punch their ticket for Moore in the special election. You can read the fake news below.

Homewood, Alabama is “home” to yet another way that the deck was stacked against Roy Moore. Apparently, the idea of a good Christian man who is amazing with children and would help restore Alabama to glory is just too much for the mostly-black police force in the majority-black city because whites sure had a hard time voting.

While liberals have accused Alabamans of being “racist” because driver’s license offices in high-crime areas that happen to have some blacks in them, the real racism was on full display Tuesday when Jasmine Alexander drove to her polling location at Santa Recto Elementary School at 8:15 a.m. when she saw flashing red-and-blues in her rear view window.

She was ticketed for “allegedly going down a ‘one way’ before 8:30 — something that is unavoidable as there are only one-way streets surrounding the school. She was then held for an hour — a violation of the Supreme Court’s 1993 decision that traffic stops may not be “unreasonably prolonged.”

Jasmine said in a subsequent post that the offending officer was Darnell Haglock, a black 6-year veteran of the force who has “multiple use of force complaints against white victims” according to the Homewood New-Times, who reports that “at least four others have come forward with similar stories” in Homewood.

However, there is no truth to the above story. For one thing, there is no “Santa Recto Elementary School” in Homewood. Additionally, there is no record of a newspaper by the name of Homewood New-Times. Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.

BREAKING: Cops In Black Neighborhood Harassed Whites Who Wanted To Vote For Moore – https://t.co/006opV9fLj

— Dr. Frank Corleone🌹 (@Da_Godfather907) December 14, 2017

BREAKING : Cops In Black Neighborhood Harassed Whites Who Wanted To Vote For Moore https://t.co/fcWqCRvmyE via @httptvworldtvcom

— USA News 24/7 (@24News_USA) December 14, 2017

BREAKING: Cops In Black Neighborhood Harassed Whites Who Wanted To Vote For Moore: https://t.co/kXNhIo0fbH

— Duta Garx (@GarxDuta) December 13, 2017

Finally, The Last Line of Defense carries the following disclaimer on its website:

DISCLAIMER: America’s Last Line of Defense is a satirical publication that may sometimes appear to be telling the truth. We assure you that’s not the Go to the full article.

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