If he had won, Moore would claim it is God's will. However, Moore lost and is now disregarding God's will.
"This is not a Republican or Democrat issue as election integrity should matter to everyone," Moore said in a statement released by the campaign.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told The Associated Press on Wednesday evening that he has no intention of delaying the canvassing board meeting.
“It is not going to delay certification and Doug Jones will be certified (Thursday) at 1 p.m. and he will be sworn in by Vice President Pence on the third of January,” Merrill said.
Moore's statement gives few details of the purported irregularities, which it says were substantiated "with a reasonable degree of statistical and mathematical certainty" by three election experts.
The statement identifies only one of the experts, Richard Charnin, whom it quotes as saying the probability that the official election results were accurate was "less than one in 15 billion."
Charnin, who says he has three degrees in applied mathematics, is a prominent figure among believers that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was the result of a conspiracy. He has also argued that the Republicans stole the 2004 presidential election and that Hillary Clinton stole the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. NBC News
Charnin is not a credible election expert. Charnin is a propaganda tool who appears willing to spew "alternative facts" based entirely on fiction without performing his due diligence to factually prove his statements. Moore is engaging in a dangerous game of propaganda in hopes of fooling the court system, and the public, into believing substantial fraud exists, when there is none.
This strategy is a dangerous grab for power, disregarding the integrity of the election by unjustifiably questioning that integrity in an obvious political power grab.