Roy Moore: George Soros’ Money Won’t Save Him From The Fiery Pits Of Hell

Chris White | Energy Reporter

Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore said Monday that Democratic money man George Soros’ billions won’t save him from going to the same place that awaits other atheists.

“No matter how much money he’s got, he’s still going to the same place that people who don’t recognize God and morality and accept his salvation are going,” Moore said of the liberal financier during a radio interview. “And that’s not a good place.”

Moore was responding to a question about Soros’ politics from Bryan Fischer, the host of the American Family Radio program who is friendly with Moore. Fischer prefaced the question with a comment implying the wealthy investor is involved in a campaign to allow felons to vote.

He rejected the notion that felons would only vote for Democrats, but awkwardly suggested that Soros’ agenda was sexually deviant.

“He is pushing an agenda and his agenda is sexual in nature, his agenda is liberal, and not what Americans need,” said Moore, who has been dogged by accusations he sexually molested two teenage girls. “It’s not our American culture. Soros comes from another world that I don’t identify with.”

The accusations leveled against Moore have taken a toll.

He received financial support from the Republican National Committee (RNC) up through President Donald Trump’s trip to Asia, but withdrew its support in mid-November after The Washington Post reported a number sexual harassment allegations against the candidate.

The RNC announced Monday evening that it would once again throw its support behind Moore in the state’s upcoming special senatorial election. Voters begin casting their votes on Dec. 12.

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