Chuck Todd Says Roy Moore Doesn't 'Believe in The Constitution' Cuz He Thinks Rights Come From GodChris Menahan
Sep. 28, 2017
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Even though Republican Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore has spent his entire life defending the Constitution, he doesn't actually believe in it according to NBC's Cuck Todd.
As the Free Beacon reports:
Todd, introducing his discussion of the former Alabama Chief Justice, said that "the phrase ‘Christian conservative' doesn't even begin to describe him."
He then played a clip of Moore saying, "Our rights don't come from government, they don't come from the Bill of Rights, they come from Almighty God."We all know the only true believers in the Constitution are the judges on the 9th Circuit.
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