Support Justice Moore – August 8, 2016
The Court of the Judiciary will hear Chief Justice Roy Moore’s motion to dismiss the charges on Aug. 8. The hearing will be in the Alabama Supreme Court Courtroom in Montgomery, and YOU need to be there!
Once again we have an immediate need in Alabama to rally around one of the few righteous lesser magistrates in the entire nation.
Again, the importance of showing up can not be underscored enough – this is one of the few magistrates in the land that has not buried his head in the sand. He may be the ONLY one who has not cowered behind the fiction that “The men and women who sit on the Supreme Court are the final arbiters of American law.”
As previously reported, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has come under attack for upholding the laws of the State of Alabama, resulting in his suspension and possible removal from office.
In opposing the lawlessness of the federal judiciary’s unconstitutional and tyrannical decree handed down in the Obergefell opinion in June of 2015, Judge Moore has provoked the ire of both the homosexual lobby and their allies within the state’s Court of the Judiciary, a non-elected group of lawyers made up of mostly liberal and leftist jurists. He has been suspended from office until his case is decided.
He is being attacked specifically for his acts of interposition regarding homosexual marriage.
Friends, it is of the utmost importance that WE THE PEOPLE rally to this lesser magistrate!
Please plan to show up at the Alabama Supreme Court Courtroom at noon in Montgomery, AL.
If you would like to network with us for the trial, or the ongoing situation with the Alabama Supreme Court, you can use our contact form to get more info. You can also go to UpholdTheLawAlabama.com for updates and more background on the situation, including Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker’s federal lawsuit against the JIC and the situation with Governor Bentley, and Sanctity of Marriage Alabama for social media updates.
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Read the New York Times article on Judge Moore’s suspension here.
A Facebook page following Judge Moore and Alabama’s marriage issues has been set up here.