Moore, Jones are tied — Fox poll

Moore, Jones are tied — Fox poll

GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore says it's illegal for NFL players to silently protest police killings of Black people by taking a knee instead of standing for the National Anthem. Moore argued. "It was a act of Congress that every man stand and put their hand over their heart".

Disputes over players kneeling over the national anthem have been at the forefront of national news, as politicians debate over the motives of the protests.

He founded Foundation for Moral Law and collected more than $1 million in compensation from 2007 to 2012 even though he said he did not take a "regular salary" from the charity, according to the Washington Post. "One, it's respect for the law". If we disobey this, what else are we going to disobey?

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

"It's not clear to me that 36 U.S.C. 301 was ever meant to be legally binding - it says what people "should" do rather than what they "shall" or "must" do", law professor Eugene Volokh of UCLA School of Law told CBS News. The football player, who is now a free agent, stated that he was protesting against police brutality towards African Americans. In 2003, the judge was suspended from the court after he refused a federal order to remove a statue of the Ten Commandments from judicial property.

The poll reasserts Republicans' dismay that Moore who crusades on a theocratic, anti-LGBT message and has twice been overthrown as state Supreme Court chief justice, once for declining to discard a Ten Commandments obelisk and once for denying following the Supreme Court's pronouncement legitimizing same-sex marriage would be antagonistically helpless aspirant in a state President Donald Trump won past year by 28 percentage points.

Of the Jones supporters, 35 percent said their primary reason for voting for him is "party loyalty/against GOP", while 32 percent responded that they were against Moore and thought him too extreme or risky.

On December 12, Moore will face Democrat Doug Jones in a special election to fill the Senate seat vacated by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Nine percent remain undecided in the exclusive poll conducted on Monday.



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