Roy Moore’s US Senate campaign is now claiming that the income forms filed by his hate group are either fraudulent or “fabricated.” Seriously.
The Daily Beast reports:
The 2014 form filed by the Foundation for Moral Law (FML) says the Alabama conservative ex-chief justice’s wife, Kayla Moore, did not receive compensation from the group despite serving as its president. That is contradicted by a separate filing Roy Moore made to the Alabama Ethics Commission last year, in which he said that his wife earned $65,000 from FML.
Asked about the discrepancy, Brett Doster, a spokesman for the Moore Senate campaign, insisted that the publicly available filing “is a fabricated document.” The version that the FML filed with the Internal Revenue Service, Doster added, noted Kayla Moore’s income for the year, “so I do not know what [sic] the foundation’s version of the [form] has it zeroed out. It has somehow been changed.”
The discrepancy over Kayla Moore’s income listings is just one of several questionable disclosures made by the Moores and their nonprofit group that were flagged in a review of forms by The Daily Beast last week.
The Foundation For Moral Law advocates for instilling “biblical law” in the federal government. Their primary actions since being founded by Moore in 2002 are filing amicus briefs in LGBT civil rights cases and pleading for donations.