MSNBC Triggered! Cut Off Roy Moore’s Victory Speech

In the Alabama GOP primary, the winner, Judge Roy Moore, was giving his victory speech. I guess that the Judge forgot to have the speech cleared through the mainstream minions at MSNBC. When the good Judge referenced God, it seems as if coverage went elsewhere.  Below you can read the transcript of what the Judge wanted to say. In the video, you will see and hear Mr. Moore cut off as he focuses on God. Do you not find it weird that a victory speech that is Christian cannot be heard on the Miserable Substitute for NBC network?

As Written By Robert Kraychik for the Daily Wire:

On Tuesday night, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell cut off Republican Roy Moore’s victory speech while his remarks focused on God.

“What I’ve been told by control room is that he’s been speaking about God, and about God almost exclusively, with I think, so far no real reference to his opponent or Donald Trump,” said O’Donnell.

Below is a partial transcript of Moore’s God-focused remarks:

We have become a nation that has distanced yourself from the very foundation. [George] Washington said of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion, and morality are indispensable. … We’ve got to recognize that we’ve been separated by something that separation of church and state doesn’t stand for. It doesn’t separate us from God. Nothing can separate us from God.

We are all created in the image of God. I recall what Harry Truman said in his inaugural address. The American people stand firm in the faith which has inspired this nation from the beginning. We believe that all people are created in the image of God and from that faith we will not be moved. We’ve been moved………


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