Fox's Ed Rollins bemoans “the morality police” for calling on Roy Moore to exit AL Senate race

From the November 13 edition of Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight:

Video file

ED ROLLINS: The qualification to be a U.S. senator are to be 30 years of age and have lived in the state and be a citizen for five years. There's nothing about all of the rest of the stuff and [Sen. Corey] Gardner (R-CO) coming forth saying he is not qualified if he wins --

LOU DOBBS (HOST): Well Gardner is way over his skis. I mean, that's --

ROLLINS: “We're going to expel him if he comes.” We've expelled 15 men in the history of the country, and no one since 1848. So the reality is, where were these guys when there was [former Senator] Bob Packwood and other senators running around, including Gary Hart, he ran for president. My sense, if they're going to become the morality police -- and, again, I don't know who's telling the truth here. I believe Judge Moore and I think his voters are gonna believe him. But we'll see. 


The New YorkerLocals Were Troubled by Roy Moore’s Interactions with Teen Girls at the Gadsden Mall

Wash. PostWoman says Roy Moore initiated sexual encounter when she was 14, he was 32


Hannity defends Roy Moore against Wash. Post report he molested a child: “It's he said, she [said]”

There's a reason Roy Moore chose Sean Hannity to interview him

On The Sean Hannity Show, Newt Gingrich says a “lynch mob” is after Roy Moore

The dumbest attempt yet to discredit Wash. Post's Roy Moore investigative report (yes, Jim Hoft is involved)