Lesbian Love-Drug Sting – With Jimmy Kimmel

Historians will go through this blog to record the PROOF that someone saw this coming! Trump claims he didn’t know about Britain First, and Jayda, but, it is obvious he got worked up on all Jayda’s issues. With the appointment of Cotton, I think Trump, Putin, and Turkey, are going to Invade Iran for the sake of the Jews, and, the third coming of King Jesus. I am talking about Holy Crusade and madmen playing God!

Below is the tweeter war Kimmel is having with Roy – who challenged Kimmel to a fight.

“There is no one I would love to fight more than you,” Kimmel said. “So if you are challenging me to a fight, here’s what we’ll do. Let’s find a place to do it. I’ll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you can have something to get excited about.”

Alas, I am not alone, made out to be mad, and sometimes feeling mad – fighting all alone! The Gideon Computer has come true, as has the Showdown in Bozeman.

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“.@jimmykimmel If you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man. #ALSen,” Moore had tweeted earlier in the day.

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“Moore also went on to claim that “drugs were at the base” of the allegations against him. He cited a report from a rightwing news network. The report was an attempt to discredit a former police officer who said she was assigned to keep Moore away from teenage girls during high school sporting events because her sons were arrested for dealing drugs.”

The Alabama Senate race took another twist as Republican nominee Roy Moore got into a Twitter fight with a late-night talk show host on Thursday, a day after claiming that allegations of sexual misconduct against him were the result of a conspiracy that included “lesbians, gays, bisexuals and socialists”.

Related: Trump reaffirms support for ‘accused child molester’ Roy Moore

Moore engaged in a back-and-forth with ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, who had planted a comedian at an event in a south Alabama church to supportively heckle the Republican candidate. Tony Barbieri, who has long worked with Kimmel, praised Moore as “a man’s man” and insisted of the Alabama Republican: “Does that look like the face of someone who hits on teenage girls?”

Moore has faced multiple allegations that he sexually assaulted teenage girls in late 1970s. A number of other women have come forward to say that he had pursued them when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.

Moore has emphatically denied the allegations and suggested they are part of a joint effort by Democrats and “the establishment” to defeat him.

In response to the prank, Moore, in a tweet, accused Kimmel of “mocking Christian values”.

Moore wrote: “If you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man.”

Kimmel responded by tweeting: “Sounds great Roy – let me know when you get some Christian values and I’ll be there!”

Moore responded with an invitation. “Despite D.C. and Hollywood Elites’ bigotry towards southerners, Jimmy, we’ll save you a seat on the front pew.”

Kimmel hit back by referencing the allegations against Moore: “OK Roy, but I’m leaving my daughters at home! P.S. – wear that cute little leather vest.”

The back-and-forth with Kimmel represented the most detailed questioning Moore has faced from a hostile interviewer since the original allegations were published by the Washington Post.

Moore has consistently dodged the media and refused to debate his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones. Moore told conservative talk show host Sean Hannity shortly after the first women came forward that he would not debate Jones because of his “very liberal stance on transgenderism and transgenderism in the military and in bathrooms”.

Moore laid out his theory of the conspiracy against him in further detail on Wednesday. He said that did not only include Democrats and Washington Republicans, but also encompassed “lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender … who want to change our culture. [And] socialists who want to change our way of life.”

Moore also went on to claim that “drugs were at the base” of the allegations against him. He cited a report from a rightwing news network. The report was an attempt to discredit a former police officer who said she was assigned to keep Moore away from teenage girls during high school sporting events because her sons were arrested for dealing drugs.

The Alabama Republican currently has a narrow poll lead against Jones in the special election for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions’ appointment as US attorney general.

Decades after the Holocaust, many assume that the churches in Germany resisted the Nazi regime. In fact, resistance was exceptional. The Deutsche Christen, or “German Christians,” a movement within German Protestantism, integrated Nazi ideology, nationalism, and Christian faith. Marrying religious anti-Judaism to the Nazis’ racial anti-Semitism, they aimed to remove everything Jewish from Christianity.

For the first time in English, Mary M. Solberg presents a selection of “German Christian” documents. Her introduction sets the historical context. She also includes responses critical of the German Christians by Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This is an important piece of the puzzle for any student of the history of Christianity.

Jimmy Kimmel is pictured. | Getty

Jimmy Kimmel, who has for years hosted “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC, has taken on the role of a political activist of late | Emma McIntyre/Getty Images

 

After Twitter fight, Kimmel chides Roy Moore in late-night monologue

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Late night host Jimmy Kimmel took his Twitter spat with Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore offline Thursday night, delivering a monologue on his own understanding of “Christian values” and lobbing insults at the Republican accused of molesting teenage girls as young as 14.

The two began trading barbs online earlier Thursday, when Moore addressed Kimmel on Twitter, writing “if you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man,” in response to a bit the ABC late night host had filmed at a Moore rally. Kimmel quickly accepted, albeit with an insult, “sounds great Roy – let me know when you get some Christian values and I’ll be there!”

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Kimmel offered a lengthier rebuke of Moore, who has built his campaign in large part around his identity as a Christian, in his Thursday night monologue.

“If you’re open to it, when we sit down, I will share with you what I learned at my church. At my church, forcing yourself on underaged girls is a no-no. Some even consider it to be a sin,” Kimmel said. “When you commit a sin at our church, at our church, we’re encouraged to confess and ask for forgiveness for the sin. Not to call the women you allegedly victimized liars and damage them even more.”

“But maybe your church is different. I don’t know,” he added.

Moore has been accused by multiple women of pursuing sexual relationship and initiating sexual situations with teenage girls when he was in his 30s. The former Alabama Supreme Court chief judge has denied allegations of wrongdoing, suggesting that they are part of a Washington conspiracy to keep him out of office, but admitted in an interview last month that it’s possible that he dated teenage girls when he was significantly older.

Kimmel, who has for years hosted “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC, has taken on the role of a political activist of late, wading into the fight over Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare by recalling his newborn son’s survival of a heart condition and pillorying the GOP proposal as inadequate to help less wealthy parents whose kids have similar conditions. Like other late night hosts, he has mined President Donald Trump’s administration for material on an almost nightly basis.

Among the reports about Moore to emerge in recent weeks is that he was once banned from an Alabama mall, where he allegedly would bother teenage girls. Kimmel said in his monologue that he would agree to meet Moore at the mall he had reportedly been banned from, accompanied by high school cheerleaders. “If you can somehow manage to keep little Roy in your little cowboy pants when those nubile cheerleaders come bounding in,” Kimmel said, “we’ll have a little Panda Express and we’ll talk about Christian values.”

Kimmel outlined his own Christianity – that he had been baptized and confirmed, has had his children baptized and is close friends with a priest – but said he would be willing to “put my Christian values aside just for you” if Moore’s “man to man” invitation was in fact a challenge to a fight.

“There is no one I would love to fight more than you,” Kimmel said. “So if you are challenging me to a fight, here’s what we’ll do. Let’s find a place to do it. I’ll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you can have something to get excited about.”

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