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Judge Roy Moore: When You Believe in and Acknowledge God, You’re Painted as a ‘Polarizing Figure’ [VIDEO]

Just two days before the heated Alabama special election on Tuesday, Judge Roy Moore sat down with Bill Britt on the “Voice of Alabama Politics,” to discuss the race and the political assassination campaign orchestrated him by the left-wing media, infamous Democrat ambulance chaser Gloria Allred, and the D.C. Swamp in both political parties.

When Britt began by referring to the former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court as a “polarizing figure,” Judge Moore’s answer was epic:

“You are a polarizing figure — that’s a given,” Britt began before Moore jumped on the statement.

“Well, when you believe in God and acknowledge God, that automatically points to a difference with some in our society,” Moore asserted. “And it paints you as a polarizing figure because you believe in what this country is founded upon.”

“There is no doubt that our Founding Fathers throughout our history — we have acknowledged the sovereignty of God,” he continued. “We’ve recognized God in our law — One Nation Under God — in our pledge, and In God, We Trust on our money and in our national motto. But today, that causes you to be polarizing because some people don’t want any restrictions on their life. They don’t want higher authority. And I understand that but it’s wrong in this country because our founding documents say that,” he affirmed.

Britt then brought up the onslaught of sudden sexual misconduct allegations from 40 years ago, brought to light a month before the election, even though Roy Moore has run in several state-wide elections over four decades.

Moore said, “I did not know them. I had no encounter with them. I never molested anyone, and for them to say that, I don’t know why they’re saying it, but it’s not true.”

He continued:

“I said I did not know any of the women who have charged me with sexual allegations of molestation, and I did not know any of the women. When I saw these pictures on the advertisements of my opponent, I didn’t recognize any of those women. I did not know them. I have written cards, graduation cards. I have known families. I know a lot of people throughout my life, but these allegations are completely false. I did not date underage women. I did not molest anyone, and so, these allegations are false.”

On Friday evening during his Pensacola rally, President Trump unexpectedly cemented his full-throated endorsement behind Judge Moore, a Christian conservative constitutionalist, but also took the opportunity to bash notorious Democrat ambulance chaser Gloria Allred and her forged yearbook that was used by the Democrat Media Complex and the GOP establishment to slime and smear Moore, who has a sterling reputation in 40 years of public service in Alabama.

After blasting Democrats for supporting open borders, government-run health care “that doesn’t work,” and for being “soft on crime” and desiring to “suffocate our economy with socialist-style regulation,” Trump fired at the discredited liberal attorney Gloria Allred.

“Gloria Allred — anytime you see her, you know something is going wrong,” President Trump mockingly said.

The president then — as he has previously done on Twitter the past two weeks — labeled Doug Jones as a Schumer-Pelosi “total puppet,” while instructing nearby Alabama voters to “Get out and vote for Roy Moore.”

About the Author

Matthew K. Burke
A former Washington State U.S. Congressional candidate in 2010, Matthew attended the nation’s first modern day Tea Party in 2009 in Seattle, Washington. He also began writing and blogging that year. Matthew became a Certified Financial Planner in 1995 and was a Financial Advisor for 24 years in his previous life. Matthew was one of the three main writers leading a conservative news site to be one of the top 15 conservative news sites in the U.S. in a matter of months. He brings to PolitiStick a vast amount of knowledge about economics as well as a passion and commitment to the vision that our Founding Fathers had for our Republic.
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