Roy Moore Said Ending Slavery, Giving Women Right to Vote Is Part of America’s Problem

Moore, endorsed by Trump, said amendments after the 10th "have completely tried to wreck the form of government that our forefathers intended."


UPDATE: Dec. 13, 2017, 12:47 a.m. ET

Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican candidate Roy Moore on Tuesday for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama.


Today is Alabama’s special Senate election with Republican candidate Roy Moore facing Democratic candidate Doug Jones.

Alabama is at a tipping point.

It is 2017 and Moore, a former state Supreme Court justice fired two times for ethics violations who is an alleged sexual predator banned from malls, a misogynist with anti-immigration ideals who is supportive of the slavery era and an opponent of equal rights for all Americans that are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, is endorsed by the President of the United States Donald Trump.

Moore said in a 2011 interview that removing amendments to the Constitution after the 10th Amendment would “eliminate many problems” in the U.S. government structure, according to a CNN KFile report published Sunday.

Here are a few significant amendments that Moore doesn’t believe are necessary:

Moore made the comments in a June 2011 appearance on the “Aroostook Watchmen,” a conspiracy-driven radio show in which the hosts have supported the false claim that former President Barack Obama was not born in the United States.

When one of the hosts said he supported getting rid of every amendment after the 10th Amendment, this was Moore’s response:

“That would eliminate many problems. You know people don’t understand how some of these amendments have completely tried to wreck the form of government that our forefathers intended.”

He said he particularly found bothersome the 17th Amendment, which calls for the direct election of senators by voters rather than state legislatures.

Here’s the audio file:

Moore is running on a retro agenda that would fit perfectly in the Jim Crow era, with the Republican National Committee (RNC), Trump and white nationalist Stephen Bannon championing him.

There have been accusations from multiple women that he sexually assaulted them as teenagers when he was in his early 30s, yet that is insignificant to the white male agenda Moore upholds. Joyce Simmons, an RNC member from Nebraska, submitted her resignation on Friday, leaving in disgust over the committee’s support for Moore.

“I strongly disagree with the recent RNC financial support directed to the Alabama Republican Party for use in the Roy Moore race,” Simmons said in a statement.

In November, Moore gave a speech at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Ala. He said the “new rights” supported by the Supreme Court in 1965 caused today’s problems and did not clearly explain which “rights” he was referring to.

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Moore did not explain whether he was referring to landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 or a more obscure SCOTUS ruling on school prayer.

“By 1962, the United States Supreme Court took prayer out of school,” he said. “Then they started to create new rights in 1965, and now, today, we’ve got a problem.”

The landmark civil rights act of 1965 — the Voting Rights Act — was signed into law.

In September, one of the only Black people in the audience at a rally in Florence, Ala., asked the Republican candidate when he thought America was “last great.”

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In response to a Black person’s question at a rally, the Republican Alabama Senate nominee fondly recalled the era when Blacks were enslaved. Also linked Voting Rights Act to “problems.”

Moore responded, “I think it was great at the time when families were united — even though we had slavery — they cared for one another. … Our families were strong, our country had a direction.’”

#DearAlabama is currently trending on Twitter. There are Twitter users pleading with state residents not to vote for Moore:

Director Ava DuVernay tweeted:

And, there are Twitter users asking voters to support Moore:

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    • Charity Dell

      PHX John–

      DEO GRATIAS! (Thanks be to God)

      1. Alabama has citizens with WORKING BRAIN CELLS.
      2. Alabama has Black citizens that pulled off a SUPERIOR FEAT
      OF GRASS-ROOTS ACTIVISM to defeat a racist pedophile.
      3. Alabama chose “the right fork in the road.”

      All states should follow Alabama’s victory until they drive
      ALL racists and pedophiles out of office!

  • Oh yeah…Roy P. Moore lost even with T-rumps backing! No molesters or pedophiles in office, just honorable men and women! The tide is turning!

  • Moore should be glad Southern white women got the right to vote–they put him and tRump in office!

    In his wife’s “We got a Jew” speech, with her approving husband standing behind her, I noticed something.

    As a former portrait artist, he may not only be a child predator, but those two look like they’re blood relatives. She might be his first cousin, which would be the NORM in the South. They have the same sly, wicked, curvature when they smile which, in incestuous relationships, can’t be a coincidence when a pervert is involved. Like most Southerners who boast about upholding their “TRADITIONS”, marrying his first cousin is a well established one that Moore may be honoring.

    Like most so-called white “Christian” hypocrites, he conveniently misinterpreted the 10 Commandment that forbade “coveting your neighbor’s wife or ass.” Moore erroneously thought: It ain’t my neighbor’s ass, but mah first cousin’s ass that I’m covetin’. It’s like tRump’s perverted bragging that if Ivanka wasn’t his daughter, he would date her (i.e., grabbing her p***y).

  • Heavens to mergatroid!! Sadly, there are many out there thinking the way he does. It takes a village to defeat them, and last night the village took one victory, but we need many more. Keep it up people, you have your senses and you KNOW the right thing to do.

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