Steven Taylor notes that even the Alabama Baptists are distancing themselves from Chief Justice Citizen Roy Moore. Not to worry, though, the Constitution Party wants him to run for President of these here United States under their banner.

Meanwhile, Kristopher Vilamaa reports that a group of citizens is financing a lawsuit seeking to have Moore reinstated, claiming that the judicial commission which ousted him trampled on the rights of the 70% of Alabamians who voted for Moore. Which, strangely, is 15.4% more than actually voted for Moore.

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