Proving once again that the glass on his moral compass is shattered, President Donald Trump officially endorsed Roy Moore, the GOP nominee for Senate in the upcoming Alabama special election.

Moore, accused of molesting a 14-year old girl, as well as making sexual advances toward teenage girls when he was in his 30s, causing him to be banned from the Gadsen, Alabama, shopping mall, was grateful for the President’s decision to put tax cuts for the wealthy ahead of the safety of children.


By endorsing Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, unseated twice from the court for refusing to obey court orders, Trump speaks for a party that approves accused child molesters and proven lawbreakers — calling them tough on crime — over people like Democratic challenger Doug Jones, a career prosecutor who brought charges and convicted Klansmen for the bombing of a church in which children were murdered.