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Media Twitter Astounded by ‘Cringe-Inducing’ Moment from Roy Moore Spox on CNN

So in addition to saying Roy Moore “probably” thinks homosexual conduct should be illegal, Moore spokesman Ted Crockett also ended up in a very, very awkward situation when Jake Tapper brought up Moore’s position on Muslims.

Tapper asked Crockett about why Moore said years ago that Muslims shouldn’t be able to serve in Congress.

Crockett responded, “Because you have to swear on the Bible…. You have to swear on a Bible to be an elected official in the United States of America. He alleges that a Muslim cannot do that ethically, swearing on the Bible.”

This is not true, and Tapper pointed that out to him.

The stunned silence that follows must be seen to be believed (video above), and the moment transfixed a lot of people on Twitter:

[image via screengrab]

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