Accused pedophile Roy Moore in anti-Semitism storm as he says Jewish billionaire George Soros will go to HELL - then suggests all non-Christians will too
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore was accused Tuesday of launching an anti-Semitic attack after he said Jewish financier George Soros was going to the place where people who don't accept God's 'salvation are going' – meaning hell.
The alleged pedophile got into the new row as accusations he sexually assaulted teenage girls and has lied about dating high school girls when in his thirties mounted.
In comments on Christian conservative host Bryan Fischer’s radio show, Moore described Soros, a billionaire who bankrolls liberal causes, as having an agenda that is 'not American culture.'
Soros was the subject of a breathless story in conservative Brietbart.com that accused his foundation of being 'in Alabama to Register Convicted Felons to Vote Against Roy Moore.'
'Soros is trying to alter the voting populous. That’s true. He’s pushing an agenda. And his agenda is sexual in nature,' said Moore.
'No matter how much money he’s got, he's still going to the same place that people who don't recognize God and morality and accept his salvation are going,' Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore said of billionaire George Soros, who is Jewish
The attack on George Soros was not addressed by the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders when she was asked about it. President Trump's daughter, son-in-law and three of his grandchildren are Jewish
'His agenda is liberal and not what Americans need. It’s not American culture. Soros comes from another world that I don’t identify with. I wish I could fact him, face him directly,' Moore continued as he discussed Soros.
Then Moore had a message for Soros and others he said 'don't recognize God and morality.'
'And I’d tell him the same thing. No matter how much money he’s got, he's still going to the same place that people who don't recognize God and morality and accept his salvation are going. And that’s not a good place,' he said.
Fischer worked for the American Family Association until the group distanced itself from him, TalkingPointsMemo reported.
Moore's attack follows a Breitbart.com story that a Soros-funded 'army' was 'in Alabama to Register Convicted Felons to Vote Against Roy Moore.'
One anti-Moore conservative group, the Reagan battalion, called his attack on Soros 'straight up anti-semitism.'
And Rabbi Jack Moline, president of Interfaith Alliance, told AL.com: 'Roy Moore owes George Soros and the entire Jewish community an apology for comments he made that are clearly anti-Semitic.'
Moore's spokesman however said that the comments were 'anti-George Soros' and therefore no apology was needed.