Republican candidate Roy Moore rode his horse to the polls as he’s done in past elections to cast his ballot in the U.S. Senate race. Moore was accompanied by his wife Kayla Moore as he expressed confidence in a win Tuesday night. (Dec. 12)
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Kayla Moore, wife of Roy Moore, speaks out at a rally about their views on Jewish people, as she denies anti-semitism.
The wife of Roy Moore, the controversial candidate for a US Senate seat in Alabama, defended accusations that her husband is a bigot. Following is a transcript of the video.
Kayla Moore: Fake news would also have you think that my husband doesn’t support the black community. Yet, my husband appointed the very first black marshal to the Alabama supreme court. Mr., Mr. Willie James. When he first took office as chief justice many years ago he brought with him three people from Etowah County, two were black and one of them is here tonight. We have many friends that are black and we also fellowship with them in church and in our home.
Fake news would tell you that we don’t care for Jews. I tell you all this because I have seen it so I just want to set the record straight while they are here. One of our attorneys is a Jew. We have very close friends that are Jewish and rabbis and also fellowship with them.
Fake news, they are the ones that are embarrassing and they should be ashamed for getting involved in this election for our opponent. We have been invaded, our town, our community, our church, our family, our records, our friends to include every person that we have ever known. So, I’m gonna ask you, have they done this to our opponent? No! This is a federal election and in my opinion, they should be held accountable.
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