Quote of the Day
"One of our attorneys is a Jeeeeew!"
-- Kayla Moore, wife of Roy Moore (R-AL), trying to prove they don't hate Jewish people
Okay, in fairness, as pathetic as this comment is from Mrs. Moore, it really doesn't do it justice. Honest. You absolutely have to see the video of it. And her face as she says it. I swear. I wouldn't kid you on this. So, Alex, let's go to the board for a visual Daily Double. I'll take anti-Semites for $100 and bet all my earnings. The Daily Double question is, "Kayla Moore." The answer, in the form of a question is '-- "What does an anti-Semite look like in Alabama?"
I told you so! Hey, like I say, I tries to steers you wrong. Does that expression at the end push what was horrible to begin with to a whole lower level?!
I suspect that Roy Moore now has reason to have many attorneys - and the thing is, if ALL of them were Jewish, at best it would only prove he's not a total idiot.
What having one "Jeeeeeeew" lawyer also proves is that that lawyer is probably really smart, not because Roy Moore hired him, but because he sees a big gravy train where he will be raking in the cash big time with no possibility of accidentally making his client look good.
And by the way, the problem with Roy and Kayla Moore only have on "Jeeeeeeeew" lawyer and not others is that they're stuck with lawyers like Trenton Garmon and using him as their advocate. No really, seriously, he's honestly awful and a blithering fool. This is less than two minutes and priceless, as he leaves MSNBC host Ali Velshi speechless, happy to allow co-host Sarah Ruhle to rip a new butt-hole for Garmon --
And the thing is, that (pathetic as it is) may not be Trenton Garmon's worst appearance on TV defending his client Roy Moore. Really. Honest. Because that title might go to his appearance on CNN with host Don Lemon, when Garmon kept intentionally calling the host -- well, just watch. This is 48 seconds that edits two segments of the interview together so you can get the point. It's really bizarre.
So, while Kayla Moore tries to prove that she and her alleged serial child molester husband aren't anti-Semites (which terrible as that is would be way down on the list of Why Roy Moore is a Horrific Creep) because one of their attorneys is a "Jeeeeeeeew", perhaps they would be best served by a) firing Trenton Garmon as their attorney that they actually use and b) getting joint exorcisms.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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