MONTGOMERY, AL — (02-13-20) — Anti-Gay Roy Moore is back in a new U.S. Senate race along with his usual homophobic talk.  The well known homophobic former judge and accused pedophile former State Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, has put his Ten Commandments monument on display once more with new anti-gay talking points.

The former Chief Justice of Alabama lost his position as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2003 when he refused to remove the monument from the state courthouse, a violation of the separation of church and state.

Now in a new publicity stunt for his second attempt to run for U.S. Senate, Moore has installed the monument at the Foundation for Moral Law, an organization he and his wife, Kayla, operate in Montgomery, Ala.

Since the location is private property, Moore isn’t breaking any constitutional laws by putting his Ten Commandments monument on display.

Moore delivered a speech at the installation ceremony Tuesday, blaming a “lack of morality” for political corruption, murder, and more. “We wonder why we have senseless murders. … [Why] do you think we have political corruption?” said Moore. “Why do we think in Iowa they can’t even find out who won [the Democratic presidential caucus]? Ladies and gentlemen, we have corruption because we’ve forgotten morality.” said Moore.

He also accused the LGBTQ movement of attacking religious freedom while ignoring how the DOJ has made it easier for companies doing business with the Federal government to discriminate against LGBTQ employees, nor did he mention how adoption agencies can now refuse same-sex couples.

Several protesters demonstrated outside Moore’s foundation during the Ten Commandments installation ceremony. One carried a sign reading “No Moore Rapists in Alabama Politics.”

Cable news outlets on both sides of the isle are ignoring Moore which shows little interest in giving him any minutes of fame!

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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