Liberal comedians somehow believe that they can shame people in red states to vote for Democrats through crude jokes. Unfortunately for them, liberal efforts to sway voters in Montana and Georgia congressional races have already failed horribly, and Democrats are about to get defeated once again in Alabama.
Republican candidate Roy Moore, who has faced sexual assault accusations from some women as per the current trend, was delivering a speech at Theodore, Alabama’s Magnolia Springs Baptists Church when a comic on Jimmy Kimmel’s program named Tony Barbieri (playing the character “Jake Byrd”) cut off Moore’s speech and screamed, “That’s a man’s man. Does that look like the face of a molester?”
Thankfully, one congregant shouted at Barbieri, “Get on out of here! You ought to be ashamed. You’re in a Church. You ought to be ashamed to even be from here! Get on out of here!”
The pastor also took action, grabbing the microphone and declaring, “I must remind everyone present this is a worship service. And by the way it is illegal to disturb a worship service.” People cheered, and the pastor continued, “The next one who disturbs the service will be turned over to the police. As the pastor of this church, I’m saying we’re going to do things peacefully and in order. If you love Roy Moore or you hate Roy Moore, listen.”
Roy Moore took matters in his own hands when he responded to liberal Kimmel via Twitter, saying, “@jimmykimmel If you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man. #ALSen” Are you glad Moore is standing up against this liberal hatred?
— Judge Roy Moore (@MooreSenate) November 30, 2017