Earlier today we noted that Cornerstone World Outreach Church in Sioux City, Iowa was playing a leading role in right-wing effort to remove three Supreme Court Justices over the ruling in favor of marriage equality.
And nothing quite demonstrates the extremism of Cornerstone’s so-called “Project Jeremiah” effort to overturn the “ungodly decisions of the Iowa Supreme Court” like bringing in disgraced “Ten Commandments” judge Roy Moore on behalf of the effort:
On October 16-18, 2010, Judge Roy Moore, former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, will speak to pastors and others across the State of Iowa about the need for Christians to become involved in upcoming elections. Specifically, three Appellate Court Justices on the Iowa Supreme Court are on the Nov. 2 ballot and are being opposed for their recent vote to extend civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.
Judge Moore will speak at rallies and meetings in Oskaloosa, Sioux City, and Perry, Iowa and will be a guest on WHO Radio in Des Moines with Steve Deace. WHO Radio, where President Ronald Reagan once served as host, is a strong conservative voice in Iowa.
Judge Moore’s speaking events:
Saturday, October 16th
7:00 p.m. Public Rally at William Penn University in Oskaloosa , IA
Sunday, October 17th
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Cornerstone World Outreach morning church services in Sioux City , IA
6:00 p.m. Evening Church Service at Abundant Life Fellowship in Jefferson , IA
Monday, October 18th
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the air across Iowa with Steve Deace, WHO Radio, Des Moines , IA
Apparently, right-wingers in Iowa think the best person to make the case for removing three sitting Supreme Court Justices is a former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice who was himself removed from office for “willfully and publicly” defying federal court orders.