Roy Moore Campaign Fires Back At Jimmy Kimmel

Judge Roy Moore and his campaign team are incensed at TV host Jimmy Kimmel and Kinnel’s minions. The Judge was speaking at a Church in Theodore, Alabama and Rich Barbieri, aka “Jake Bird” from the Kimmel show, interrupted the service with shouting. He was NOT moved by the Spirit. Some other force was at work here. This led a mano-a-mano challenge being issued to Kimmel. Read it all here.

As Written By Matthew Boyle for Breitbart: 

THEODORE, Alabama — The U.S. Senate campaign of Judge Roy Moore is firing back at Jimmy Kimmel and his paid trickster Rich Barbieri—also known as “Jake Byrd”—for disrupting a worship service at which Moore spoke here on Wednesday night.

“Jimmy Kimmel and the ‘Hollywood elite’ cross the line when they invade our Churches under a disguise and attempt to make a mockery of our worship services,” Drew Messer, a senior adviser to Moore, told Breitbart News on Thursday morning after the incident at the church on Wednesday night.

On Wednesday evening, after the pastor of Magnolia Springs Baptist Church here in Theodore, Alabama, just outside Mobile warned attendees of a worship service at which Moore was speaking multiple times that it was against the law in Alabama to disrupt worship services, Barbieri proceeded to interrupt the worship service during Moore’s speech.

Earlier during the Judge’s remarks, a leftist protester who infiltrated the church started shouting at Moore. “But the whole town says you did it!” the man yelled as Moore began debunking the allegations against him. “The entire town? All the girls are lying?”

As Breitbart News reported on Wednesday night……

KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE:

Exclusive — Roy Moore Campaign to Jimmy Kimmel: If You Want to ‘Mock Our Christian Values,’ ‘Come Down Here’ to Alabama to ‘Do It Man to Man’ – Breitbart

 

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