Friday, May 20, 2016

Oh good - Tomorrow is the rally by Liberty Counsel in support of Roy Moore

Apparently the fact that Roy Moore told subordinates to disobey a federal judge's explicit order means that those who take umbrage at such things are part of a political witch hunt. At least that is according to Mat Staver. Remind me. Who was hunting and burning those witches?

They can rally all they want and Moore's deranged wife can harangue the  evil liberals all she wants. It does not change what Moore did and it will not change the outcome resulting from his misdeeds. Again, they are complaining about a "transvestite." The sexuality of one of the complainants is irrelevant. Staver seems to think that it is extremely important.
MONTGOMERY, AL - Tomorrow, pastors and concerned citizens are hosting a rally to support Chief Justice Roy Moore. The rally will occur at the Alabama Judicial Building, 300 Dexter Avenue, at 11a.m. CT on Saturday, May 21. This is not a political event, but rather a time to pray and support the Chief Justice. Kayla Moore, the Chief Justice's wife, will speak during the rally.

Liberty Counsel is representing and vigorously defending Chief Justice Roy Moore against a politically motivated and baseless complaint filed with the Judicial Inquiry Committee (JIC) by the Southern Poverty Law Center and a transvestite who calls himself "Ambrosia Starling." The JIC violated its own rules of confidentiality by intentionally leaking information about the charge to the media, and, even more importantly, by focusing on a legal interpretation of the law. The JIC has no authority to make legal determinations. It takes issue with Chief Justice Moore's January 2016 Administrative Order. Only the Alabama Supreme Court has jurisdiction over that order and the Court did nothing to overrule that order.

"This is a political witch hunt. We will defeat this outrageous charge and we will hold the members of the JIC accountable for the flagrant violation of their own rules," said Mat Staver, Liberty Counsel's Founder and Chairman. "I encourage churches, pastors, elected officials, and concerned citizens to attend this rally and support Chief Justice Roy Moore. Roy Moore is a good man and we need to support him," said Staver.

Liberty Counsel will soon be filing a response on behalf of Chief Justice Moore.

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