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Roy Moore wants to put you in Jail

Judge Roy Moore’s victory in the Republican Senate primary in Alabama means one of the most controversial figures in American politics is poised to become a United States senator. These are some of the most inflammatory comments from the man who was twice removed from his former position as chief justice of the Alabama supreme court and revved up a supportive crowd on the eve of the election by brandishing a gun on stage at a rally. Homosexuality should be illegal
In 2005, Moore said: “Homosexual conduct should be illegal.” In an interview televised on C-Span, Moore added: “It is immoral. It is defined by the law as detestable.” During a debate last week, he went out of his way to bemoan the fact that “sodomy [and] sexual perversion sweep the land”.

September 11 attacks as divine punishment
In a speech in February, Moore appeared to suggest that the terrorist attacks of September 11 were the result of divine retribution against the United States and prophesied in the Book of Isaiah. In comments first reported by CNN, Moore quoted Isaiah 30:12-13, saying: “Because you have despised His word and trust in perverseness and oppression, and say thereon … therefore this iniquity will be to you as a breach ready to fall, swell out in a high wall, whose breaking cometh suddenly at an instance.” Moore then noted: “Sounds a little bit like the Pentagon, whose breaking came suddenly at an instance, doesn’t it?” He added: “If you think that’s coincidence, if you go to verse 25: ‘There should be up on every high mountain and upon every hill, rivers and streams of water in the day of the great slaughter when the towers will fall.’”

Praise for Putin
In an interview with the Guardian in August, Moore praised Putin for his views on gay rights. “Maybe Putin is right,” said Moore, who added of the Russian autocrat: “Maybe he’s more akin to me than I know.” The comments came after Moore suggested the United States could be described as “the focus of evil in the world” because “we promote a lot of bad things”. Moore specifically named gay marriage as one of those “bad things”.


SAMPLE TEXT Reporter Who Said "Fuck It" and Quit on Live TV Now Faces 54 — Not 24 — Years in Prison

n September 2014, reporter Charlo Greene famously said "fuck it, I quit" on live Alaskan television after admitting she founded the Alaska Cannabis Club during a news segment on the Club. In November the same year, the state legalized marijuana, proposing people merely be fined, not jailed, if caught in public with the drug. Rules for retail and regulation of cannabis were not written clearly however, Green argues — "otherwise I wouldn’t be going through this, but the intent was no one should be going to jail over a plant" — and because the law only went into effect 90 days later, she was charged with six criminal offenses of misconduct involving a controlled substance in the meanwhile. Originally charged last year with eight criminal offenses of the same, last week, Greene learned she now faces up to 54 years for the additional charges she was originally unaware of. MORE FROM LIFESTYLE What It's Really Like to Work With Chip & Joanna Halloween Display Confuses Neighborhood You Can Now Purchase Snow White's Cottage Greene, 28, whose voicemail sings she’s busy "off saving the world with weed," spoke to about life after that viral video and what it’s like to await a trial that could leave her imprisoned for basically the rest of her life. Reporters go viral all the time for unusual on-air behavior. Why do you think your segment blew up the way it did? I didn’t know at the time it would reach beyond Alaska! It was just to make voters aware of the fact that real people were being affected by our marijuana laws. Any time anyone recognizes me as the “Fuck it, I quit” lady, it’s not just about that moment or the laugh that they got out of it. They say, “It’s refreshing to see someone take a stand for what they believe in.” It was bold. And it was real. Do people approach you often? All the time. I’m traveling all around the world — I was just flown out to Ireland to speak at the Global Cannabis Summit. I’ve been to Spain and Jamaica and Canada, everywhere. In Spain, there was this guy who didn’t speak a lick of English, but who ran up to me and handed me this huge nug of weed and was like, “Fuck it, I quit! Fuck it, I quit!” [Laughs.] It was really cool. It happens all the time.