Hear Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore as never before in an exclusive, in-depth interview with WorldNetDaily to be published tomorrow.

Moore is scheduled to appear tomorrow before the state Court of the Judiciary in a trial-like proceeding where he faces a number of possible outcomes, from exoneration to removal from office.

In a pretrial brief filed yesterday, state Attorney General Bill Pryor requested Moore be removed from office for defying a federal judge’s order to move a granite Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the Alabama Judicial Building.

Pryor said the judge should be removed because he “intentionally and publicly engaged in misconduct, and because he remains unrepentant for his behavior.”

In WND’s interview, Moore is asked, if he is so certain he is right, how does he explain why courts and Alabama’s attorney general have come to opposite conclusions?

“Well,” the chief justice says, “it’s because of what Hitler’s Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels said: ‘If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.'”

Criticism from the ACLU and Americans United for Church and State was to be expected, but what about some of the critics within the Christian community, including a prominent leader from his own Southern Baptist denomination?

Moore says the answer is “very clear,” because many people fit the book of Revelation’s description of lukewarm believers who God will “spew” out of his mouth.

On the media’s “sharp teeth”: “They write articles that have no basis in truth. They will not print the truth. They avoid anything favorable, and they jump on the least accusation from someone.”

On Gen. Boykin, who is under fire for comments made during church meetings: “I’ll never be afraid of being criticized for standing for truth. Neither should Gen. Boykin. He’s sworn to uphold the Constitution, just like I am. I applaud him.”

On Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman whose husband is trying to have her feeding tube removed: “When I see judges taking into their hands life and death, and thinking they have a right to do so, they have disregarded the fundamental definition of life contained in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, by which we are guaranteed due process.”

Judge Moore sounds off on these issues and many more tomorrow in WorldNetDaily’s exclusive conversation.

Editor’s note: “THE MYTH OF CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION” – the special November edition of WND’s acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine – documents conclusively that the modern legal doctrine of “separation of church and state” is the work of activist judges, and has utterly no basis in the Constitution.

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Moore wrote a treatise on his battle to retain the monument in the July issue of Whistleblower magazine, WND’s monthly print publication.

In the August issue, entitled “LAW-LESS: Why many Americans fear attorneys and judges more than terrorists,” Roy Moore is the subject of an in-depth profile. Subscribe to Whistleblower magazine.

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