Republican senate candidate Roy Moore accepted donation from Nazi group

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President Trump has said that these protests are a blatant disrespect of the country, and has called for any National Football League player who kneels during the anthem to be fired.

The twice-former Alabama state Supreme Court chief justice said in response: "It's against the law, you know that?"

"I back the President in upholding respect for the patriotism for our country, on two grounds", Moore said. If we disobey this, what else are we going to disobey?

It appears Alabama Republican Roy Moore, a Senate nominee and notorious Islamophobe, accepted monetary assistance from white supremacists.

Carto was a famous Holocaust denier who received a Purple Heart during World War II only to later say he regretted fighting for the USA since he considered Hitler's fall the demise of Europe and America. That's the law. That's in the United States Code.

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Most recently he was been arrested twice for damaging hotel rooms after allegedly having issues with his medication. When she arose again, law enforcement officials say that he then pulled her down again by her hair.

"If they didn't have it in there, it would just be tradition". The football player, who is now a free agent, stated that he was protesting against police brutality towards African Americans.

"I realize that men and women of the military go out and sacrifice their lives and put themselves in harm's way for my freedom of speech and my freedoms in this country and my freedom to take a seat or take a knee so I have the utmost respect for them", Kaepernick during a press conference in September 2016, according to USA Today. First in 2003, when he refused to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments that he commissioned and placed in the Alabama Judicial Building.

Moore is referring to a section of the US code that establishes guidelines for appropriate conduct during the anthem, but that section does not list any legal penalties for not following these rules, according to Cornell Law School. In fact, if Congress tried to pass such a law, it'd be unconstitutional under existing Supreme Court precedent. That's three times the number of Moore supporters who say their vote is based on dislike of Jones (7 percent).

A Fox Poll shows Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones are neck and neck at 42 percent each. Nine percent were undecided.

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