Justice Roy Moore: ‘I Hope We Don’t Have a War’ Over Supreme Court Decision Favoring Same-Sex Marriage [+videos]

Controversial Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has warned that the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of same-sex marriage could lead to a new “war” in the United States. He made those fiery comments in an interview that was posted online on Monday.

In an interview posted on YouTube and conducted by “Voice of Resistance” host Randall Terry, Moore predicted that the Supreme Court’s decision on gay marriage would face “a great backlash” from the American people. He drew comparisons between the actions of the high court and King George III during the American Revolution.

“I hope we don’t have a war,” Moore said. “I hope we don’t have conflicts, but we definitely need to recognize that same-sex marriage is something that has not existed on a government level.”

Moore added that “people have not seen what the consequences of this court’s ruling are yet.” He also claimed that state governors can disregard the Supreme Court’s decision in their states . . .

According to Jacob Kerr of the Huffington Post, Moore ordered county probate judges to ignore a federal district court’s ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in Alabama in January. He later recused himself in March from an Alabama Supreme Court order to stop all same-sex marriages in the state.

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  • AlterPforz

    The Judge has it right.

  • RWS

    An incorrect headline: the federal Supreme Court did not come to a decision “favoring same sex marriage”, but one which ESTABLISHED homosexual “marriage”. Ridiculous and foolish, but that was the intent of the Court: to establish an institution which never before had existed.

  • Dowhatsrigh

    Well I think it is worth fighting over. They are taking away our freedoms one at a time through these damn judges. This country only allows the judges to rule within the framework of the Consitution. They are going way out to reach some damn decision that they think will record their names in history. Well I hope that the word ass hole is before each of the Justices that ruled to take away my freedom of speech and my freedom of religion.

  • FedUpButSoonGoinUp

    A civil war is precisely what this administration wants, and they’re desperately trying to cause one before November 2016.

    • Daninfla6th

      Exactly right! P.S. Love your moniker.

  • v steve

    The Supreme Court ruling on same-sex “marriage,” is outside of its enumerated powers. The ruling is unlawful. State courts and officials are not required to adhere to an unjust ruling by five lawyers.

  • “[A] horrendous decision that contradicts the Constitution….”‘!?!

    HOW ABOUT that contradicts the righteous moral law of Yahweh?

    Could the problem be the Constitution? Please consider, for example, the following three inherent constitutional problems:

    1) Unlike the Bible, the Constitution is not an immutable God-inspired standard. Consequently, it’s a capricious man-made tradition, extremely susceptible to change. In fact, it provided for its own amendment from it’s inception. Supreme Court decisions have been overturned over 200 times, almost always for something worse than the original decision.

    2) If not for Article 6’s Christian test ban and thereby the elimination of biblical qualifications, today’s Supreme Court Justices would not even be on the bench to make such a decision. Neither would Obama be President.

    3) If not for the framers’ failure to establish Yahweh as sovereign and His law as supreme, same-sex “marriage” would have never even been been a consideration.

    I’m confident Judge Moore is well-intended. However, when he was sworn in with his hand on a Bible, it wasn’t to Yahweh’s law but to We the People’s law that he pledged his allegiance, making it near impossible for him to be part of the solution.

    For more, see free online book “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective,” in which every Article and Amendment is examined by the Bible. Click on my name, then our website. Go to our Online Books page and click on the top entry.

    If you’ll take our 10-question Constitution Survey in the right-hand sidebar, you’ll receive a complimentary copy of the 85-page “Primer” of the 565-page “BL vs. USC.”

    • Grundune

      No Weiland, the problem is not the U.S. Constitution! And your desire to replace our republic with a theocracy is a non-starter because we don’t have a prophet of God that has come forward to be the leader.

      You do realized a theocracy is run by God Himself or His prophet? Do you have Moses in you back pocket?

      • Bob

        STILL too blind to wear integrity.

        ALL Politics is – is Religion in action.
        We ALL serve a god or THE God of scripture.

        HOW, you need to ask yourself can one gauge which by?

        • Grundune

          “HOW can one gauge which by?”?

          Try it again Bob, I really can’t unscramble that one.

          • psychicbloodbrother

            Jim Jones and his followers couldn’t reason for themselves either.

          • Grundune

            Guess what! Weiland and company got me blocked from the Daily Tea website. It’s supposed to be a patriotic site, but the moderator likes Weiland’s posts so he took the word of T. Edward Price who lied his heart out about me and I got blocked.

          • psychicbloodbrother

            Ted Weiland is not unlike “Catherine the Great” the prototypical enlightened despot in the 18th century claiming a morale high ground of communism. These despots are blinded by their own pride and arrogance becoming the very thing they profess to be against in a spectacular hypocrisy. The minions of these despots will do the bidding of the cult leader like getting people banned from places. Despots will stop at nothing because they believe they are the enlightened ones. History is replete with these tales of enlightened despots. It is a clear violation of the 1st commandment where despots appropriate the likeness of Jesus Christ as their own. ….See bernie sanders claiming Jesus was a socialist yesterday…..Ted and his cult are in that camp for sure, they have just donned the mask of intellectuals, ensnaring the ignorant with fallacious “constitutional” mythmaking deceptions. Fight the good fight my friend you are fighting true believers that will stop at nothing to usher in a despotic cult to force utopia on all of us.

          • T. Edward Price

            Psycho, how fitting that a cabal of antichrists attacking a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, who is urging Christians in America to repent, would all be hiding behind anonymous profiles, led by a cowardly witch. The truth has nothing to hide, and operates openly in the light of day. Evil lurks behind shadows under the cover of darkness (anonymity).

          • psychicbloodbrother

            If it was about the truth of Christianity as you claim, these specious & spurious morale equivalency arguments, that only serve to diminish both Christianity and the American Constitution simultaneously, would not be made. You have an agenda and clearly don’t comment on the context of any of the articles as written. You ought to be ashamed of yourself for spreading lies as truth and pasting on virtually every blog. But there is no shame because, to you and your ilk, lies are the truth that serve your agenda. The Jig is up T. Rowe Price.

          • Grundune

            Thank you, psychicbloodbrother.

            That’s good analysis and well presented.

            You may want to follow this thread and see if Mr. Price can wiggle out of this one. I got a screen print of his lie in case he edits it out. It will be interesting to see if he’s a cover-up artist, too.

          • livewire

            Grundune, I just challenged T. Edward Price on the Daily Tea website and got deleted and blocked. I told him I could produce proof that he lied about you and BLAM, I’m out. But his lie is still there. Talk about a corrupt site and Daily Tea claims to be for patriots.

          • T. Edward Price

            Liewire, please post my lie here so that all may see. We will let others witness the matter and judge for themselves. And the Daily Tea site is for Christian patriots, which means that these concepts are held in high esteem:

            Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour (Exodus 20:16)

            One witness shall not rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established. (Deut. 19:15)

            This is the third time I am coming to you. In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established. (2 Cor.13:1)

          • livewire

            The Daily Tea site may be for christians, but not patriots. I’m a patriot and they blocked me to protect you and Weiland who are both unpatriotically attacking the constitution of the united states. I know because I’ve been following Grundune that’s how I knew you lied.

            I wouldn’t give the Daily Tea a dime, no telling which leftist organization would end up with my money.

            As for posting your lie, I noticed that you haven’t answered Grundune’s question about what you think a lie is. First answer Grundune and then I will post your lie. It’s more dramatic that way and you’ll be known as a hypocrite after posting the bible so much.

          • T. Edward Price

            Grundune, please show where I lied about you? I called you out for your incessant and demonic slander of Ted Weiland. You made accusations which have been proven false by multiple sources. And now you lie again. George Rogers Clark, the moderator for Tea Daily, didn’t “take my word” for anything, but examined the evidence himself, and rendered righteous judgment. Now you slander Mr. Clark as well.

            And even if Mr. Clark did “take my word” on the matter, all that proves is that he deems my word holds more trustworthy than the false testimony and ad hominem slurs of a proven slanderer.

          • Grundune

            If you accuse me of saying something that I didn’t say to slander me, is that lying?

          • David Hodges

            I think a comma after the word “yourself” would make Bob’s question somewhat easier to figure out. I think he is asking how you determine which (G,g)od we are serving. I maintain that the (A,a)uthor of the law of a society is the (G,g)od of that society. Some maintain that a society can serve the true and living God but embrace the laws of another god. Of course a Scriptural basis for such a belief is never presented, is it? Just accusations, speculation of motives, etc., huh?

          • Grundune

            There is only one God that I pray to and He is the Father of Jesus Christ.
            The author of the law of a society is usually human. I don’t know of anyone who considers the authors of the U.S. Constitution to be gods. I also don’t know anyone who prays to the Founding Fathers.
            God’s laws are eternal and have eternal ramifications. Laws of the temporal state pertain only to this life and have no power in the eternities.
            If temporal laws conflict with God’s law, then the temporal laws must be repealed or the country will risk God’s wrath. It is up to us, the righteous, to be involved with the legislation of laws and their repeal when necessary. Thankfully in this country we can.
            I am sorry that Mr. Weiland places himself on the sidelines by not voting. It makes it harder on those of us who labor for good laws and fight against bad ones.
            His desire to abolish the U.S. Constitution for any reason is not feasible if we are to retain the liberty and freedom we have enjoyed in this country for over two centuries.
            The liberal religion of humanism has been allowed to become so strong, that the Constitution’s protections would not survive an attempt to transition to a Bible based legal system.
            While a society based solely on God’s laws as revealed in the Bible would be interesting, I don’t think there is sufficient detail to successfully regulate a society as complex as ours. The New Covenant is long on principles but short on the actual detail of complex society governance.
            The problems we are currently facing from corrupt jurists can be mitigated by the Liberty Amendments contained in a book by the same name authored by Mark Levin, a constitutional lawyer among other things.
            To get them written into the Constitution will take a mammoth effort by the righteous. We really can’t waste effort on destroying the Constitution if we really want to truly correct the problem.

          • David Hodges

            I can certainly understand how you feel that no government that we set up is going to work. The Bible plainly says that things will be worse than ever just before Jesus returns:

            “And I wept much, because no man was worthy to open and to read the book, neither to look thereon.”–Rev. 5:4
            “And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.”–Rev. 12:17
            “Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken. And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.”–Matthew 24:29-31

            Jesus didn’t paint a rosy picture of how trusting in man turns out. But our hope springs eternal again after each election. “I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive.”–John 5:43

            Should we keep trying to convince the ungodly to vote righteously, or should we separate ourselves from the people of the land? Our ancestors tried separating 150 years ago. We know how that turned out–one nation indivisible, with plenty of dead fathers, grandfathers and uncles to prove it.

            But let’s not forget that the first constitution that existed in America proclaimed Biblical law to be the supreme law of the land. Alexis de Tocqueville attributed America’s greatness to the LEGISLATION of that period. Here is how he and McGuffey described America.

            Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 1835: “They exercised the rights of sovereignty; they named their magistrates, concluded peace or declared war, made police regulations, and enacted laws as if their allegiance was due only to God. Nothing can be more curious and, at the same time more instructive, than the legislation of that period; it is there that the solution of the great social problem which the United States now presents to the world is to be found.

            “Amongst these documents we shall notice, as especially characteristic, the code of laws promulgated by the little State of Connecticut in 1650. The legislators of Connecticut begin with the penal laws, and … they borrow their provisions from the text of Holy Writ. ‘Whosoever shall worship any other God than the Lord,’ says the preamble of the Code, ‘shall surely be put to death.’ This is followed by ten or twelve enactments of the same kind, copied verbatim from the books of Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy. Blasphemy, sorcery, adultery, and rape were punished with death…”

            McGuffey’s Eclectic Reader, America’s most popular school book in the 1800s, testified to America’s early form of theocratic government: “Their form of government was as strictly theocratical insomuch that it would be difficult to say where there was any civil authority among them distinct from ecclesiastical jurisdiction. Whenever a few of them settled a town, they immediately gathered themselves into a church; and their elders were magistrates, and their code of laws was the Pentateuch…. God was their King; and they regarded him as truly and literally so…”

            America was blessed because the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob was the God of America. Some of us believe American exceptionalism was the legacy of our Colonial forefathers. Others believe it resulted from shifting gears in 1789. Some believe our Colonial forefathers’ righteousness caused our blessings to be bestowed. Others attribute these blessings to the Deists. But one thing that was certainly implied is that things won’t be made right until we, as a group, obey. Then He will punish disobedience: “And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.”–2 Cor. 10:6

          • Grundune

            I don’t say that any government we set up is not going to work. Our constitutional experiment that man can govern themselves is still in operation since its creation over two centuries ago.

            I know the Bible prophecies are true that foretell the deterioration of the world leading up to the second coming of Jesus Christ, however, there is no compelling evidence that radically changing our form of government will mitigate the adverse effects for us.

            In fact, it could exacerbate them. The Bible is silent on this, but it is Mr. Weiland’s speculation that is driving your campaign to change our form of government by tearing up the Constitution.

            So the question comes down to, going with what is still working , or throwing in with Mr. Weiland.

            And as you said, “Jesus didn’t paint a rosy picture of how trusting in man turns out.”

          • Bob

            Because the love of truth is not within thee.

          • Grundune

            That is a simple insult because you could not possess that knowledge. Since you do not possess that knowledge and yet you made that accusation, you have demonstrated that you have no regard for the truth.

    • Grundune

      Let’s look at your “three inherent problems” with the Constitution:

      1. The Constitution can be amended.
      2. The Constitution doesn’t mandate Christians for high office.
      3. The Constitution didn’t install God as king.

      Pretty thin ammunition for an attack on the U.S. Constitution. Why don’t you just use #1 to solve #2 and #3?

      • T. Edward Price

        The very fact that the CON can be amended, places it antipodal to God’s eternal, ever abiding, immutable law-order. The two are forever at odds, and can never coexist.

        • Grundune

          I repeat:

          “If you accuse me of saying something that I didn’t say to slander me, is that lying?”

          It’s not a hard question. A “yes” or a “no” will do as long as it is the truth

      • Don39

        The left and the leftist court do not believe in the Constitution and therefore do not believe in the amendment process. They are dictatorial and oppressive, always have been and always will be until we stomp them out.

        • Grundune


          Ted R. Weiland’s campaign is to destroy the Constitution, pure and simple. He builds an elaborate argument to justify destroying it and I enjoy bursting his illogical bubble with the pin of simple reason.

    • Ted Crawford

      I and hopefully most Americans will resist your Theocracy / Caliphate with equal zeal as we need to apply to Obama’s Marxist Regime!

    • Paul

      Ted, the solution to EVERYTHING is to TRULY understand one small, simple and powerful word. LOVE! If we could understand the true meaning of this simple word and at the very least, love one another, we’d see God.

  • Linda

    LOVE YOU JUDGE ROY MOORE !! Thank you for your standing for Godly principles !!

  • David Hodges

    Hoping it won’t cause a war, eh? Jesus said, in John 18:36 that His people would fight for Him if His kingdom were of this world. You reckon that will ever happen?

  • Close. It will actually be over the loss of states’ rights.

  • Dowhatsrigh

    WEll there are many people that believe we need another civil war to get back our states rights. We elect people to run this government for us and we expected them to do that; however, the people we elected are running the country for themselves and we have turned a blind eye to it too long. Our elected officials and our Judges are not trustworthy men. As a result of their action you can not trust them. Hell you could not beleve them if they told you the sun would rise tomorrow. That is not the whole problem in this country, you can not trust them to act on your behalf. It is this lack of trust that has caused grid lock. We now have to examine every law and every treaty and every action taken by our government in order to make a decision as to rather or not it is good for the country. Our elected officials will tell you anything in order to get something that will give them more money and more votes. Obama is the prime example.

  • Don39

    With all due respect Justice Moore, I hope we do have that war and the sooner the better! It is a war that we must have to survive and the sooner the easier. It is a war already enjoined in many ways.