Roy Moore Goes Full Traitor, Says ‘Maybe Putin Is Right’

No longer happy with merely being known as the pedophile candidate, Roy Moore has now thrown in with Russian President Vladimir Putin in condemning the United States.

Over the summer, Moore gave an interview which is getting renewed attention in the waning days of the Alabama Senate race. That interview, which was conducted by The Guardian, features a reporter noting that Ronald Reagan once called the Soviet Union:

“The focus of evil in the modern world.”

In response, Moore commented:

“You could say that very well about America, couldn’t you? We promote a lot of bad things.”

What bad things? Moore pointed to same-sex marriage and civil rights for the LGBT community.

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Moore was then informed that Putin had said similar things about the United States, and told the reporter:

“Well, then maybe Putin is right. Maybe he’s more akin to me than I know.”

If Roy Moore believes that so strongly, maybe he should pack his bags and move to Russia where he can more fully worship his mass murdering, terrorist hero.

When you consider that Donald Trump refuses to criticize Putin and now we have other Republicans in Congress rushing to try and slag Special Counsel Robert Mueller for daring to investigate how the Russians infiltrated the 2016 election, it’s beginning to look like the GOP is becoming the All Russia party.

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Child molesters, rapists, and traitors. What a combination!

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