Poker Pro Mike Matusow: ‘All Dems are Evil’

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Dec/13/2017

Following the loss of Republican Judge Roy Moore in the special election for Senator of Alabama, poker pro Mike Matusow went on a Twitter rampage.

Thank God another divisive election is over and don't care who wins I just know dems are evil people! And No one can change my mind from that

Needless-to-say, Matusow, known as “The Mouth”, managed to infuriate many of his followers.

Michael Forgione @UncleForge

Best unfollow of my life right here.

James Newton @JamesJNewton

Agreed. Was funny on Poker after dark back in the day, pretty sure now he is about broke and doesn’t understand social media so it’s spiraling

Gary Smith @BostonRocks

Unfollow Mike Sorry. Too much bs

John Tumbas @D1ow1n

Mike I follow you because I like you as a poker player.I've realized in real life your a political "Turd".

Matusow eventually tried to back pedal by suggesting he was only talking about the Democratic leadership.

Democrat Doug Jones won by two percentage points in a reliable Republican state.  His opponent, Moore, had been charged with child molestation just weeks prior to the special election.

The upset delivered an unimagined victory for Democrats and shaved Republicans’ unstable Senate majority to a single seat.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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