Who Is Roy Moore?

Roy Moore
I will be the first to say, for most people, don’t judge them too heavily on what they did when they were teenagers, or even in college. For many people, those are formative years and people mature and change much between the ages of 17 and 37.

But for Roy Moore, I think his formative years tell you all you need to know about who Roy Moore is as a person on a fundamental level.

In 1969, at the height of the Vietnam war, Moore graduated from the US Military Academy at Web Point. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree, he served several posts as a military police officer. Moore served at Fort Benning, and Germany, and he did a tour in Vietnam. He was the commander of the 188th Military Police Company of the 504th Military Police Battalion.

It sounds like his fellow soldiers hated his guts. They called him “Captain America,” but didn’t mean it as a compliment. Moore was a hard ass. In his own autobiography, he recalls sleeping on sandbags because he was worried one of his fellow soldiers would put a grenade or a bomb under his bed. Several men had threatened to kill him.

Moore was discharged from the military as an Army captain in 1974 and admitted to the University of Alabama School of Law. No one liked him there either. Professors and fellow students thought he was stupid. They said he lacked the capacity for keen analysis. In 1977 Moore got his Juris Doctor degree and returned to Gadsden where he became an ambulance chaser. He ran a private law practice doing personal injury and insurance cases.

That Moore ever became a judge is shocking. It actually says a lot Alabama, and it’s not good. But that Moore preyed on 14-year-old girls, that’s not shocking. The guy is an asshole. Most people in Gadsden, I’m guessing here, but they don’t like Roy Moore.

That’s why when people saw him creeping around teenage girls, they were like, “That’s that asshole lawyer that no one likes.” They didn’t do anything about him, but they tried to keep him away from young girls. That’s why he got banned from the town shopping mall.

Moore apparently first met his wife, Kayla Kisor at a dance recital when she was a teenager. Here’s the creepy timeline on that. Moore says that when he met Kisor she was 16 and he was a 30-year-old adult man. And remember, he met Kisor at her high school dance recital.

Why was a 30-year-old man going to high school dance recitals? But the even creepier part is what Moore recalls thinking when he met this teenage girl.

“I knew Kayla was going to be a special person in my life,” Moore wrote in his autobiography.

Moore and Kisor didn’t apparently meet again until she was 23 – at a Christmas party. She was going through a divorce and had a kid. The two married the following year.

It’s not that strange that a 38-year-old man would marry a 24-year-old divorcee. But that Moore first met her when she was 16 and was creepy about it, that’s the weird part.

Now add his admitted life story to the recent allegations that Moore showed a keen interest in “dating” teenage girls. He was going to high school dance recitals, and he was looking for romance. That’s strange, even for 1985.

John Brown – Abolitionist Hanged for Harpers Ferry Attack

On December 2, 1859, abolitionist John Brown was hanged for leading the failed raid on Harpers Ferry.

Brown’s plan was to raid the federal armory at Harpers Ferry. He would use the weapons stolen to arm slaves so that they may revolt and free themselves.

The raid didn’t go well, Brown and his men were either killed or captured. Brown was tried and convicted of treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia, the murder of five men, and inciting a slave insurrection.

It’s righteous to take the right position when it’s not popular with the capitalists.

Learn more about John Brown on wikipedia.

Michael Flynn Guilty Plea Statement

Michael Flynn entered a guilty plea in the Robert Mueller Trump/Russia investigation today. The most interesting aspect of this story is Flynn’s acknowledgement that he’s cooperating with Mueller investigators.

Flynn and his son were looking at felony convictions.

In his statement, Flynn said, “My guilty plea and agreement to cooperate with the Special Counsel’s Office reflect a decision I made in the best interests of my family and of our country.”

Statement by Lt. General Michael T. Flynn (Ret.)

After over 33 years of military service to our country, including nearly five years in combat away from my family, and then my decision to continue to serve the United States, it has been extraordinarily painful to endure these many months of false accusations of “treason” and other outrageous acts. Such false accusations are contrary to everything I have ever done and stood for. But I recognize that the actions I acknowledged in court today were wrong, and, through my faith in God, I am working to set things right. My guilty plea and agreement to cooperate with the Special Counsel’s Office reflect a decision I made in the best interests of my family and of our country. I accept full responsibility for my actions.

December 1, 2017

Paul Manafort Arrest Warrant

Paul Manafort arrest warrant filed in The United States District Court for the District of Columbia on October 30, 2017.


18 USC 371 Conspiracy Against the United States
18 USC 1956(h) Money Laundering Conspiracy
31 USC 5314 and 5322(b) Failure to File Reports of Foreign Agents
22 USC 612, 618(a)(1) Acting as an Agent of a Foreign Principal Without Registering
22 USC 618(a)(2) False and Misleading Statements in Documents Furnished to the Attorney General under FARA
18 USC 1001 False Statements
18 USC 2 Aiding and Abetting Causing and Act to be Done

Paul Manafort Release to PSA’s High Intensity Supervision Program

Paul Manafort “Release to PSA’s High Intensity Supervision Program” filed on October 30, 2017. Manafort was given home confinement, except for meeting with attorneys, court, medical emergency or religious services. Manafort is not to travel outside the DC-area. He must check-in by telephone every day.

Paul Manafort Appearance Bond

Paul J. Manafort, Jr. “Appearance Bond” filed in United States District Court for the District of Columbia on October 30, 3017.

Manafort was released on a $10 million unsecured bond.

Georgia Deletes Election Results

The state of Georgia destroyed all of the ballots from the last election – digitally. Today, Georgia’s attorney general announced the attorney general’s office will not defend government officials suspected of wrongdoing.

When that voting data was destroyed, along with it was the evidence of possible Russian hacking. Georgia’s election system has been under fire for being antiquated and not secure.

It’s not inconceivable that one or more of Georgia’s government employees, officials or politicians could give a Russian hacker, or hackers, a backdoor into this antiquated system. Then all the people in Georgia have to do is look the other way, the GOP candidate wins, delete the data and evidence of the crime. Boom, you just stole and election.

We may never know the answer.