Candidate Who Beat Trump Is Really Awful

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Roy Moore beats Trump’s candidate in Alabama for a Senate seat. Ana Kasparian, Bren Mankiewicz, Michael Shure, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you how awful he is. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. Join TYT:

“Republicans clinging to their thin majority in the Senate are now confronting the question about whether to vigorously support insurgent Roy Moore, the highly controversial former judge who handily beat incumbent GOP Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama’s special election on Tuesday night.

Moore, who surged to victory despite President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Strange, largely ran on an anti-establishment platform that heavily targeted figures such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Now, with the GOP already struggling to advance big-ticket legislation such as an Obamacare repeal and a tax overhaul, Republicans loath to lose another Senate seat will have to reckon with Moore’s extensive history of inflammatory comments.

Here are seven of the most incendiary Moore comments that Republicans may be forced to defend to maintain their four-seat majority:”

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Hosts: Ana Kasparian, Bren Mankiewicz, Michael Shure

Cast: Ana Kasparian, Bren Mankiewicz, Michael Shure


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  • Matthew Graey

    Even if the Constitution had been based on "the bible" or "christian values" or whatever, the one thing that's the most clear of all in the Constitution is that it's meant to be changed as The People see fit. There would be nothing more in keeping with the spirit of the Constitution than to remove outdated "morals" based on fear and hate. If they were there in the first place. Which they ain't.

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