Everyone's favorite idol worshipper, Judge Roy Moore, is sorely vexed to learn that his case for keeping a monument to the 10 Commandments on public property is so patently bereft of legal merit that the Supreme Court has refused to even grant cert. A hearing mid-month will determine whether Moore's defiance of repeated court orders to remove the monument is enough to lose him his chief justiceship on the Alabama Supreme Court. If so, add one more martyr bullet point to his campaign for whatever political office he seeks next.
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He says "criminal-like behavior akin to treason or bribery" is enough, even if it's not "a technical crime with all the elements."
The Fox News legal analyst is driven by principle, not power. That's a rare commodity in today's environment.