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Old December 7th, 2017, 04:15 PM   #11
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No I am not, She didn't speak the speak that Anderson cooper wanted so he basicly told her to STFU..

Women are not suppose to think for themselves, they cannot have different opinions than his.

agree with her opinion or not.. He in that case was misogynistic


so PLEASE don't call me an Idiot because I believe in FREEDOM OF OPINION. I am sorry you took the Idiot opinion on this case but hey you did.

I don't agree with a lot of people but I SURE AS HELL WILL FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHT TO VOICE IT...

She was a woman, and she didn't agree with him so she shut the little lady down, you know you are here to be seen insulted and made a fool of.

if he didn't want her to speak he should not have invited her to the show, but instead he invited her their to do nothing more than to make a fool of her..

The only time I have spoken out about someone saying something was a forum member called Homosexuals Queers.. I reported it. (But then again nothing was done about it either)
Finally, some transcript of the interview:

COOPER: Joining me now is Roy Moore's campaign spokeswoman, Janet Porter. Janet, thanks so much for being with us. I appreciate it.

PORTER: Thank you, Anderson. I appreciate you having me on.

COOPER: Janet, you believe these women are all lying, but Roy Moore has been removed twice as chief justice in the Supreme Court. The second time he had his honesty challenged by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary. Judges unanimously said he had not been credible, and they found his use of case law had been incomplete, misleading and manipulative. That's a quote.

So, you don't believe any of these women, but you believe Roy Moore who was removed from office after found to be not credible and misleading.

PORTER: First off, when we talk about believing the women, I would ask the question of maybe some lacrosse players at Duke University, ask them if they believe every woman who makes an accusation. If we did a lynch mob media against innocent people as we did with lacrosse, there would be some lacrosse players in jail right now.

Let's look at what the judge did. He stood for the Ten Commandments. He said that I have the freedom of religion to display these commandments —

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: Actually, what the judge did was he violated state and federal regulations and he was removed from the Supreme Court for that. And then four years later, he misled the — he misled the judges by saying he didn't order probate judges not to marry same-sex couples. They said he was essentially lying.

PORTER: Here's what really happened. Having been down here in Alabama, I'm learning a whole lot about what's going on. And one of the things that I learned is that what the rule of law really means is that you follow the Constitution. Not activist judges that are acting outside the Constitution.

COOPER: Are you telling me Alabama has a lot of activist judges?

PORTER: And that's one of the reasons why the people of Alabama love him so much.

Pardon me?

COOPER: You're telling me the judges, all of whom voted against him and took him off the court, they're all activist judges?

PORTER: Well, Judge Roy Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America. That's what he was following.

COOPER: But they actually convicted him of violating state law.

PORTER: May I finish?

COOPER: Well, I'm just telling you what you're saying is incorrect.

PORTER: Well, I'm telling you what Judge Moore says is what I believe and it's the culture war that's going on down here. There are people who believe that government is god and there are those who believe what our Declaration of Independence says, that we are endowed by our Creator with the inalienable right to life and liberty.

And he was exercising his religious liberty, he was following the sworn oath of upholding the Constitution of the state and the nation, and that's why we want to send him to the Senate because he doesn't care about his job more than he cares about the principles or the Constitution of the United States. And frankly that's why, Anderson —

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: Well, let me understand, he took an oath to mislead, he took an oath to manipulate? He took an oath that endangered probate judges?

PORTER: No, don't put words into this formula —

COOPER: Well, you're saying he took an oath. I'm telling you what the judges found him guilty of.

PORTER: He took an — well, you know what? Sometimes rulings aren't necessarily accurate. I mean, there's all kinds of things that can be said about someone, but what he did is quite different.

COOPER: Well, let me tell you what Roy Moore said about those judges. He said that —

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: — and the Constitution of the United States.

COOPER: Right, at the time said that those judges were radical homosexuals and transgendered activists.

Do you really believe that the judges on the Alabama Court of the Judiciary are radical homosexuals and transgender people?

PORTER: I really don't know about the judges and what their orientation happens to be.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: I thought you would have looked to see if they were homosexuals or transgender people running the court.

PORTER: It matters not to me. What matters is we have someone willing to defend our religious liberty, defend marriage as a Constitution as he's sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state and the nation. But let me tell you what's at stake here.

The reason I took — can I finish?

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: You're accusing these women are lying when he's the guy who has been told unanimously by judges he's been removed twice from his job and judges said he was manipulative —

PORTER: Because he stood for marriage and that's why the people of Alabama are going to send him to the Senate. You can repeat allegations over and over again, but it doesn't make them true.

COOPER: They're not allegations. They're what the court actually found.

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: Well, let me tell you what really took place. You've got a guy willing to stand on principle and even if it costs him his job and his lucrative retirement. That's why this is — you want to know why all this is going on?

Let me tell you what's at stake here. This is ground zero for religious liberty. This is ground zero for life. And the winner of this Senate race is winner-take-all. It will be the deciding vote on the United States Supreme Court, who will sit on the court for the next 30 or 40 years.

COOPER: Right, so, it —

PORTER: Because we know that Senators Mikulski and Collins are going to side with the Democrats. And it took — even when they confirm Betsy DeVos, it took Vice President Pence to break the tie.

COOPER: Right.

PORTER: So, that's what we're going to be looking at when we got a promise from President Trump for pro-life justices. But what good is that promise if you can't confirm them, and that's what's at stake.

COOPER: Right.

PORTER: That's why you see these baseless allegations just on the eve of an election.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: I guess I'm just wondering why voters trust somebody who a court has found was misleading and manipulative, but we'll obviously leave that up to voters. You said The Washington Post —

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: Because they know the truth. They know he stood for marriage. That he stood for life. The voters know that.

COOPER: The Washington Post —

PORTER: That's what we know. Not only does the voter know that, the voters of Alabama, but the president has stood with Judge Roy Moore, as has now the Republican Party come onboard.

COOPER: Well, now he has. He wasn't a couple of weeks ago.

PORTER: The governor — well, the governor is now on board and has been onboard, as we see people like Dr. James Dobson, pro-family leader, Dr. Ben Carson. We see Governor Sarah Palin.


Oh, there's more, but I haven't the stomach to read it after listening to it yesterday.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.1660b5b875b7

Now who's the misogynist TN? Do you know what a misogynist is. Evidently not.
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Old December 7th, 2017, 04:30 PM   #12
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This woman said in an interview that she was approached by the media to tell her story.
Yeah? So?

The fact is, her "story" and her behavior on that show makes supporters of the pedophile Roy Moore look even more ridiculous, delusional and totally retarded....as well as morally degenerate.
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Finally, some transcript of the interview:

COOPER: Joining me now is Roy Moore's campaign spokeswoman, Janet Porter. Janet, thanks so much for being with us. I appreciate it.

PORTER: Thank you, Anderson. I appreciate you having me on.

COOPER: Janet, you believe these women are all lying, but Roy Moore has been removed twice as chief justice in the Supreme Court. The second time he had his honesty challenged by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary. Judges unanimously said he had not been credible, and they found his use of case law had been incomplete, misleading and manipulative. That's a quote.

So, you don't believe any of these women, but you believe Roy Moore who was removed from office after found to be not credible and misleading.

PORTER: First off, when we talk about believing the women, I would ask the question of maybe some lacrosse players at Duke University, ask them if they believe every woman who makes an accusation. If we did a lynch mob media against innocent people as we did with lacrosse, there would be some lacrosse players in jail right now.

Let's look at what the judge did. He stood for the Ten Commandments. He said that I have the freedom of religion to display these commandments

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: Actually, what the judge did was he violated state and federal regulations and he was removed from the Supreme Court for that. And then four years later, he misled the — he misled the judges by saying he didn't order probate judges not to marry same-sex couples. They said he was essentially lying.

PORTER: Here's what really happened. Having been down here in Alabama, I'm learning a whole lot about what's going on. And one of the things that I learned is that what the rule of law really means is that you follow the Constitution. Not activist judges that are acting outside the Constitution.

COOPER: Are you telling me Alabama has a lot of activist judges?

PORTER: And that's one of the reasons why the people of Alabama love him so much.

Pardon me?

COOPER: You're telling me the judges, all of whom voted against him and took him off the court, they're all activist judges?

PORTER: Well, Judge Roy Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America. That's what he was following.

COOPER: But they actually convicted him of violating state law.

PORTER: May I finish?

COOPER: Well, I'm just telling you what you're saying is incorrect.

PORTER: Well, I'm telling you what Judge Moore says is what I believe and it's the culture war that's going on down here. There are people who believe that government is god and there are those who believe what our Declaration of Independence says, that we are endowed by our Creator with the inalienable right to life and liberty.

And he was exercising his religious liberty, he was following the sworn oath of upholding the Constitution of the state and the nation, and that's why we want to send him to the Senate because he doesn't care about his job more than he cares about the principles or the Constitution of the United States. And frankly that's why, Anderson —

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: Well, let me understand, he took an oath to mislead, he took an oath to manipulate? He took an oath that endangered probate judges?

PORTER: No, don't put words into this formula —

COOPER: Well, you're saying he took an oath. I'm telling you what the judges found him guilty of.

PORTER: He took an — well, you know what? Sometimes rulings aren't necessarily accurate. I mean, there's all kinds of things that can be said about someone, but what he did is quite different.

COOPER: Well, let me tell you what Roy Moore said about those judges. He said that —

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: — and the Constitution of the United States.

COOPER: Right, at the time said that those judges were radical homosexuals and transgendered activists.

Do you really believe that the judges on the Alabama Court of the Judiciary are radical homosexuals and transgender people?

PORTER: I really don't know about the judges and what their orientation happens to be.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: I thought you would have looked to see if they were homosexuals or transgender people running the court.

PORTER: It matters not to me. What matters is we have someone willing to defend our religious liberty, defend marriage as a Constitution as he's sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state and the nation. But let me tell you what's at stake here.

The reason I took — can I finish?

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: You're accusing these women are lying when he's the guy who has been told unanimously by judges he's been removed twice from his job and judges said he was manipulative

PORTER: Because he stood for marriage and that's why the people of Alabama are going to send him to the Senate. You can repeat allegations over and over again, but it doesn't make them true.

COOPER: They're not allegations. They're what the court actually found.

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: Well, let me tell you what really took place. You've got a guy willing to stand on principle and even if it costs him his job and his lucrative retirement. That's why this is — you want to know why all this is going on?

Let me tell you what's at stake here. This is ground zero for religious liberty. This is ground zero for life. And the winner of this Senate race is winner-take-all. It will be the deciding vote on the United States Supreme Court, who will sit on the court for the next 30 or 40 years.

COOPER: Right, so, it —

PORTER: Because we know that Senators Mikulski and Collins are going to side with the Democrats. And it took — even when they confirm Betsy DeVos, it took Vice President Pence to break the tie.

COOPER: Right.

PORTER: So, that's what we're going to be looking at when we got a promise from President Trump for pro-life justices. But what good is that promise if you can't confirm them, and that's what's at stake.

COOPER: Right.

PORTER: That's why you see these baseless allegations just on the eve of an election.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: I guess I'm just wondering why voters trust somebody who a court has found was misleading and manipulative, but we'll obviously leave that up to voters. You said The Washington Post —

(CROSSTALK)

PORTER: Because they know the truth. They know he stood for marriage. That he stood for life. The voters know that.

COOPER: The Washington Post —

PORTER: That's what we know. Not only does the voter know that, the voters of Alabama, but the president has stood with Judge Roy Moore, as has now the Republican Party come onboard.

COOPER: Well, now he has. He wasn't a couple of weeks ago.

PORTER: The governor — well, the governor is now on board and has been onboard, as we see people like Dr. James Dobson, pro-family leader, Dr. Ben Carson. We see Governor Sarah Palin.


Oh, there's more, but I haven't the stomach to read it after listening to it yesterday.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.1660b5b875b7

Now who's the misogynist TN? Do you know what a misogynist is. Evidently not.
He talked over her interrupted her, which is a typical action of many talk show hosts that want to silence those they don't want to speak.. The loudest wins sort of.

People unless they had CC on they could not hear or had difficulty hearing what she said.

Agree with her Disagree with her, he asked her on the show to talk over her and put the little woman in her place. God forbid she not believe the accusers.
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He talked over her interrupted her, which is a typical action of many talk show hosts that want to silence those they don't want to speak.. The loudest wins sort of.

People unless they had CC on they could not hear or had difficulty hearing what she said.

Agree with her Disagree with her, he asked her on the show to talk over her and put the little woman in her place. God forbid she not believe the accusers.
We can all watch that episode and read the transcript.....so who do you imagine your delusional lies are fooling?

You once again demonstrate very clearly that you are a brainless and very delusional troll.
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He talked over her interrupted her, which is a typical action of many talk show hosts that want to silence those they don't want to speak.. The loudest wins sort of.

People unless they had CC on they could not hear or had difficulty hearing what she said.

Agree with her Disagree with her, he asked her on the show to talk over her and put the little woman in her place. God forbid she not believe the accusers.
And here is prime evidence that facts, real facts not alternate facts, bounce right off a member of the emerging cult of christian jihadists; yes jihadists because it's coming: Tens of millions of people who believe they speak for God, who'd be damned before they'd compromise with Satan-worshipping liberals and who plan to take over our government.

Porter talked over and interrupted Cooper way more than he interrupted her.

Of course, she's on your side and she's one of the persecuted Christians, so you're blind to the farce that unfolded. She "agreed" to an interview with Cooper, but it was a ruse. She had no intention of answering his question, did not answer one, and consistently pled ignorance anytime a pointed question concerning Moore was asked.

She planned to use Cooper to spout off her boilerplate rightist talking points, and hopefully, to make him, a bloody homosexual, look bad. She succeeded but only to those who "speak for God, and the Constitution."

It was all so transparent.
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And here is prime evidence that facts, real facts not alternate facts, bounce right off a member of the emerging cult of christian jihadists; yes jihadists because it's coming: Tens of millions of people who believe they speak for God, who'd be damned before they'd compromise with Satan-worshipping liberals and who plan to take over our government.

Porter talked over and interrupted Cooper way more than he interrupted her.

Of course, she's on your side and she's one of the persecuted Christians, so you're blind to the farce that unfolded. She "agreed" to an interview with Cooper, but it was a ruse. She had no intention of answering his question, did not answer one, and consistently pled ignorance anytime a pointed question concerning Moore was asked.

She planned to use Cooper to spout off her boilerplate rightist talking points, and hopefully, to make him, a bloody homosexual, look bad. She succeeded but only to those who "speak for God, and the Constitution."

It was all so transparent.
Please be more accurate. The speak for god and what they mistakenly think is the constitution.
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Please be more accurate. The speak for god and what they mistakenly think is the constitution.
Something like that. One more time, the utter insanity loosed by the lips of Porter.
PORTER: ...Let's look at what the judge did. He stood for the Ten Commandments. He said that I have the freedom of religion to display these commandments —

COOPER: Actually, what the judge did was he violated state and federal regulations and he was removed from the Supreme Court for that. And then four years later, he misled the — he misled the judges by saying he didn't order probate judges not to marry same-sex couples. They said he was essentially lying.

PORTER: Here's what really happened. Having been down here in Alabama, I'm learning a whole lot about what's going on. And one of the things that I learned is that what the rule of law really means is that you follow the Constitution. Not activist judges that are acting outside the Constitution.

COOPER: Are you telling me Alabama has a lot of activist judges?

PORTER: And that's one of the reasons why the people of Alabama love him so much.

Pardon me?

COOPER: You're telling me the judges, all of whom voted against him and took him off the court, they're all activist judges?

PORTER: Well, Judge Roy Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America. That's what he was following.

COOPER: But they actually convicted him of violating state law.

PORTER: May I finish?

COOPER: Well, I'm just telling you what you're saying is incorrect.

PORTER: Well, I'm telling you what Judge Moore says is what I believe....
Moore speaks for God. Porter believes him.
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The final question put to Porter, which she, not breaking the pattern set, didn't answer.

COOPER: Let's try this one on for size. Does he still believe that President Reagan's description of the Soviet Union as the focus of evil in the modern world could be applied to America today? Because he said that. He said it could be applied to America today because, “We promote a lot of bad things like same-sex marriage.” So does he still believe that the U.S. could be the focus of evil in the modern world?

PORTER: I've heard him speak at many rallies and what he has is great hope for America.

COOPER: All right.

PORTER: He knows that God gave us mercy in last election —

COOPER: Okay, not answer the question, but —

PORTER: — and he has great hope. In fact I think he would go along with the Ronald Reagan quote that says it's hard to remember when you're up to your armpits in alligators that you came to drain the swamp and that's what Roy Moore is going to do, drain the swamp. That's why they're not real fond of him in Washington.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: Does he still believe though that the U.S. has become the focus of evil in the world because the U.S. promotes things, in his words, like same-sex marriage?

PORTER: Pardon me?

COOPER: Does he still believe that the U.S. has become the focus of evil in the world because the U.S. promotes things, in his words, like same-sex marriage?

PORTER: Yes, you can ridicule biblical beliefs if you're not.

COOPER: I'm not ridiculing.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: I'm asking you — I'm giving you quotes of exactly what your candidate has said.

(CROSSTALK)

COOPER: You're the spokesperson and you seem a) unwilling — I know you're not from Alabama — but you seem either not to know what his positions are or unwilling to actually tell me what his positions are.

PORTER: He should, it's very public knowledge that he stood for marriage between one man and one woman as it has been for 200 years in the United States. That's not a secret.

COOPER: Okay.

PORTER: There's no —

COOPER: I'm just wondering does he still believe the U.S. is the focus of evil in the modern world.

PORTER: — and the people of Alabama do, too.

COOPER: Because that's a pretty bold statement.

PORTER: He has stood — he has stood for the Constitution and that's really what it's all about. It comes down to who do you want to represent the people of Alabama. In fact the judge said recently that — he said they don't want Alabama values in Washington and he said I can't wait. And the people of Alabama are going to send him to Washington to drain the swamp and to defend life, defend liberty, our Second Amendment, he's going to build a strong military and perhaps most importantly he's going to be the deciding vote to make sure we confirm the judges that President Trump puts on the Supreme Court, and that's what matters. The people of Alabama, as their motto says, they dare to defend their rights. They're going to defend their right to vote and defend their constitutional rights as well.

COOPER: I appreciate your time, Janet Porter. Thank you very much.


The only catch phrase she left out of that last paragraph was the latest to come out of the sheeple mill: the lynch mob media.
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I keep thinking that I've seen it all, and then I see something like the Porter interview.

I'm going to calm down now.
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