“Divorce records obtained by the Washington Examiner show that Kayla, however, had not yet even filed for divorce from her first husband, John Charles Heald, by the time she caught Moore’s attention at the Christmas gathering. In fact, Kayla and Heald had only just separated on Dec. 1, 1984, two weeks before her and Moore’s serendipitous introduction.”
Nope, not villainous.
Just highly hypocritical for a man that made his name (in)famous for disobeying the (secular) law, over a monument about the 10 commandments…
…to be violating the 7th (committing adultery) and the 10th (you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife).
Unless there is a “it’s OK if she’s separated, or he’s Republican” exception that I, and the rest of humanity is unaware of?
And of course, you defend it. What other moral failings do you defend… when it’s a Republican?
Tony Rubino and Gary Markstein