Roy Moore Arrives to Vote on Horseback. Twitter’s Reaction Is Everything.

Alabama voters are deciding Tuesday whether Democrat Doug Jones or embattled Republican Roy Moore will represent them in the U.S. Senate.

Moore, of course, heads into the special election still encumbered by numerous allegations of past sexual misconduct towards teenage girls, as well as many of his controversial takes on slavery, gay marriage, Russia and the constitution — not to mention the two times he was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court for his religious fundamentalism.

Jones, on the other hand, is a former federal prosecutor who secured convictions for KKK members and the Olympic Park bomber, and has a background in advocating for civil rights. Somehow, many polls showed the two candidates tied or Moore with a slight edge as election day approached.

Moore added to the national spectacle the special election has become by arriving to his polling station on horseback — something he apparently does every time there is an election.

Yes. Moore scheduled a stunt whereby he would ride on his horse Sassy to the fire station where he planned to vote for himself. He was joined by his wife, also on horseback.

And don’t think that Moore and Sassy would trot down the street to get to the polling station. Based on the news footage, Moore clearly wanted to be seen galloping through the supposed wilds of Alabama.

Here’s a closer look:

A bewildered Twitter had a field day with the bizarre sight and the resulting media coverage:

Here’s Moore’s grand entrance one more time, just because: