It seems quaint, in the Trump Era, to point out that we have reached a new low.But we are plumbing new depths with the saga of Roy Moore, the lawless theocrat running to fill the abandoned Senate seat of Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III."I'm not saying I support what he did."— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) November 9, 2017I have to vote for an accused pedophile, because he has an (R) next to his name.I cannot stomach voting for the former prosecutor with a sterling record, which includes convicting the Ku Klux Klan members who killed four little girls in the Birmingham church bombing during the Civil Rights Movement, because he is a Democrat."Yeah!Still, this is better than what we've seen from the state Republican Party.One of the Moore allies' main points seems to be that The crucial point Colbert made last night is that this is just one huge additional reason not to vote for Roy Moore.As Alabama Supreme Court justice, Moore was twice defenestrated from the panel for disregarding the ruling of a higher court.
(Meanwhile, Moore seems to believe Christian law is above American civil law in Alabama.
Sounds a bit like what he fears about Sharia.) Moore made up a law that requires NFL players to stand during the national anthem, and whipped out a gun on-stage at a campaign rally.
He suggested Muslim Americans should not be permitted to serve in Congress if elected.
It didn't matter to Colbert who Louis was—what he's accused of doing is deeply wrong.
Condemning sexual misconduct has exactly zero things to do with your political affiliation.