Former judge Roy Moore throws Ten Commandments party, accuses LGBT ‘movement’ of attacking religion
Anti-LGBT+ former judge Roy Moore, who thinks gay sex should be illegal, has thrown a party to unveil a Ten Commandments monument and said that the LGBT+ “movement” is attacking religious freedom.
Moore is known for his anti-LGBT+ views, his unsuccessful run for the US Senate in Alabama and for facing allegations of sexual misconduct towards teenage girls.
He lost his position as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2003 after displaying, and then refusing to remove, a Ten Commandments monument in the state courthouse. The monument was a violation of the separation of church and state.
He returned to the Alabama Supreme Court in 2012, but was removed permanently in 2017 due to ethics violations while trying to block same-sex marriage in Alabama.
He has now moved the
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