Gabrielle Union Bashes Roy Moore Following His Outrageous Statement That America Was At Its Best When Slavery Was Legal!

Gabrielle Union Bashes Roy Moore Following His Outrageous Statement That America Was At Its Best When Slavery Was Legal!
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Gabrielle Union won’t just stand idly by while Roy Moore makes such ridiculous and shocking statements! The woman decided to slam the Alabama Senate candidate after he said America was a much greater country when slavery was a thing!

The 45-year-old actress just couldn’t believe her ears just like the rest of us.

That being said, she put the politician on blast!

As you may already be aware, during a campaign event, Moore said that the United State were at their best when slavery was legal and now, his comments are going viral once again.

‘I think it was great at the time when families were more united—even though we had slavery—they cared for one another... families were strong, our country had a direction,’ the man said when an audience member asked him what he thought.

Yesterday, the actress slammed Moore by simply writing: ‘No. No. No. No. No. No.’ and tweeting a link containing his original statement.

A former Obama administration official, Eric Columbus also took to social media to share his own thoughts on the whole drama: ‘Cannot make this up—Roy Moore said back in September that the last time America was great was when we had slavery!’

His tweet managed to gather a lot of attention towards Moore’s claims once again, and they became viral.

While some think the statement was taken entirely out of context, others are convinced Roy Moore said America was the greatest during slavery.

The politician, who has also been involved in a pedophilia scandal after six women accused him of coming onto them when they were just teens, is also feuding with the Director of the classic cheerleader film Bring it On starring Gabrielle.

Due to the allegations, his competitor told him to drop out of the race, but Moore tweeted: ‘Dear Mitch McConnell. Bring. It. On.’

Peyton Reed, the said Director, was the most savage, however, when he shot back: ‘Dear @MooreSenate, You are not allowed to use the name of my cheerleader movie, you f–king pedophile!’

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  • Ja bru
    Ja bru Dec 8, 2017 11:42 PM PST

    He was wrong for what you said there can't be a change until people make a change so if you want to keep complaining about what had happened in the past go to Africa and complain to them tribes that stole them and then sold them to the people don't just hate on one person or One race you need to hate on our race too. We are no better than other people talking about racist we have the worst racism of all Races because we do on to each other what we are trying to fight and fix what other races do so maybe it's time for us to step up and make a change and that needs to start within ourselves and our own race

  • Travis
    Travis Dec 8, 2017 9:12 PM PST

    Like fr, who would say such a thing?

    PHYLISE WEBB Dec 8, 2017 3:32 PM PST

    Well that will never be again, so he can forget that. And good for her. If they put him in office their asking for trouble. Because no one is going to take that Shit ever again

  • Erica Wynn
    Erica Wynn Dec 8, 2017 3:28 PM PST

    Roy Moore should be ashamed of himself. #thismanisnoman.

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