Roy Moore Is a 'Snowflake' for Not Conceding, Fox Contributor Says on Air

It's quite clear Roy Moore lost in his bid to become an Alabama senator. It's also clear he's not willing to admit that fact. As such, he's acting like a so-called snowflake, a Fox Business contributor said on air this week.

Republican Moore lost to Democrat Doug Jones this month in a state that used to be about as reliably red as any in the country. Moore made a last-ditch effort to prevent the results from being certified this week by filing a complaint alleging voter fraud, which was denied by a judge.

Fox Business contributor Kat Timpf wasn't pleased with Moore's refusal to acknowledge he lost. "Acting like a snowflake, right?" Timpf said Thursday on the network, before mocking Moore for his choice to ride a horse to the polls on Election Day. "He needs to get on that horse and ride away into the sunset because this is absolutely ridiculous at this point."

.@KatTimpf on Roy Moore: "He's acting like a snowflake... he needs to go away."

— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) December 28, 2017

For the uninitiated, "snowflake" is a term mostly thrown around by conservatives to mock liberals who they feel they are precious and special (like how every snowflake is unique, get it?).

On Fox Business, Timpf addressed a video of Moore explaining to supporters why he wasn't conceding. "I watched that whole video, and it's bananas," she said. "He talks about the collapse of society, he babbles about sodomy for a while. It's not what you do after you lose an election. After you lose an election, you admit that you lost. And it doesn't look good for the [Republican] party.... It's a laughingstock. It's a joke. You have to laugh so you don't cry. He needs to go away, like, a long time ago."

Moore will be forced to go away soon, after this week Alabama certified Jones's victory despite Moore's protests.

"I am looking forward to going to work for the people of Alabama in the new year," Jones said in a statement after the certification. "As I said on election night, our victory marks a new chapter for our state and the nation."