A pro-President Trump Super PAC has released a video showing Alabama Senate candidate and accused child molester Roy Moore being interviewed — by a 12-year-old girl.
The video was released on social media Sunday by the America First Project and features a girl named Millie March, a young GOP activist who first gained fame at the CPAC conference in March.
Wearing a pink jacket festooned with Moore for US Senate stickers, Millie first chats with campaign chair Rich Hobson, who tells her that Democrat Doug Jones wants to abort unborn babies minutes before birth and praises Moore’s support of Trump.
The sitdown with Moore — who has been accused by at least eight women of sexual misconduct and assault, including two who said that he groped them when they were young teenagers — begins with Millie asking if he supports Trump’s border wall.
The arch-conservative answers that the he does, and that the US should use its military to “stop illegal aliens” from entering the US.
Moore also discusses taxes and trade policy, health care and military preparedness with the youngster who smiles and dutifully nods her head in agreement with all of his points.
She then asks him, “What do you think the characteristics of a real leader are at this point?”
“Just adhering to principle,” Moore responds — and quotes the late President Kennedy.
“Like JFK said, ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country,” he said, ending the interview with a hearty handshake.
The America First Project was formed by conservative activists including former Breitbart News staffers to support Trump’s agenda.
Breitbart’s chief Steve Bannon is a staunch Moore supporter.
“We decided that we were going to bring Millie to Alabama, after everything that’s happened in this Alabama Senate race up until this point,” says America First Project’s Jennifer Lawrence in the video’s opening shot.
Source: NY News (Bob Fredericks)
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