Anderson Cooper questions Roy Moore's spokeswoman Janet Porter (Credit: CNN) During an appearance on CNN on Wednesday, Roy Moore spokeswoman Janet Porter dodged question after question about her candidate’s dodgy past and political positions, but found her feet held to the fire by host Anderson Cooper. After describing the media reports of Moore’s sexual misconduct against underage girls as a “lynch mob” and a “pile on,” Porter went on to avoid answering a question about whether Moore stands by his earlier statement that homosexuality should be outlawed. “Does Judge Moore still believe that homosexual conduct should be illegal and that homosexuality is the same thing as bestiality?” Cooper asked Porter. “[Doug Jones] wants to put out a welcome mat in front of these young girls, if you are a junior high school girl or if you are a high school girl, what Abortion Jones is saying is, ‘We’re putting out a welcome mat to any boy who’s feeling like a girl that day, he’s free to walk into the bathroom, the locker room with his camera phone, and shower with your daughter,'” Porter told Cooper. Next Cooper brought up one of Moore’s controversial statements about September 11th.

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