The Alabama Republican Party in Auburn last week passed a resolution encouraging the state’s congressional delegation to call for the expulsion of U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from the U.S. Congress.
When the resolution attracted national media attention, Omar responded on social media and said if the Alabama Republican Party wanted to clean up politics, it should have reconsidered nominating “an accused child molester” as its U.S. Senate candidate, apparently referring to former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, the GOP nominee for the 2017 U.S. Senate special election.
Moore entered the fray by calling on Omar to “go back to Somalia from whence she came”.
During an appearance on Huntsville radio’s WVNN on Friday, Moore elaborated on his statement regarding Omar and said he supported her expulsion.
“She brought up my name,” Moore said. “I wasn’t at the resolution. I do support the resolution, and there’s a reason for that under Article I, Section 5 of the United States Constitution.
The actions she has done in Congress deserves expelling by the Congress on a two-third vote of the House. She criticized me for supposed-sexual impropriety. In Congress, she has actually been the center of sexual impropriety. And in fact, there’s an action filed in Washington, D.C. as I understand it where she is alleged to have had extramarital affairs with another person while she was in Congress”.
“So her actions, her anti-Israel stand, her criticism of the American military, this touches me deeply because I am from a military background,” Moore continued.
“I graduated from West Point. I was fighting in Vietnam before she was even born 10 years. And for her to criticize me for sexual impropriety is insane cause I’ve been married since she was three years old. So, this lady just had to cover herself some way, and that’s what she did”.
According to the former state high court chief justice, an oath on the Koran contradicts the U.S. Constitution’s provisions for religious liberty.
“I have a right to respond, and I did,” he said. “It’s a shame that we’ve got people in Congress that don’t even support American values and support Muslim theology, which is directly contrary to the United States Constitution.
Taking an oath on the Koran violates religious freedom. They don’t recognize the God who gave religious freedom under our Constitution. And I think that’s a very big criticism of what they’re doing in Congress. They don’t care for religious liberty because their government just violates it”.
Based on that reasoning, Moore said an oath on the Koran should exclude an individual from serving in the U.S. Congress.
“If you swear on the Koran, which does not allow religious liberty, does not support the Constitution of the United States – if you swear on the Koran, that contradicts the religious liberty given under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
These stated facts by Roy Moore makes Ilhan Omar illegitimate for Congress and thus will be expelled from Congress in the fortnight.
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