A pro-Trump super PAC founded by former Breitbart writers sent a 12-year-old girl to interview embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore as he faces mounting allegations of sexual misconduct with underage girls, including an alleged sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32.
Millie March has become a darling of the right-wing after her interviews during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February went viral. She was recently interviewed by Fox and Friends in July and even met with President Trump in September.
The America First Project arranged for March to interview the accused child molester at the GOP headquarters in Alabama.
“We thought it was important to not only come here…to support Roy Moore but also to bring Millie here,” America First Project’s Jennifer Lawrence said in the video. “[We wanted] to show that there was a wide range of people who support Roy Moore.”
In the interview, Moore speaks with Millie about building a wall along the southern U.S. border, as well as the issues impacting Alabama voters.
“I think we need something and I think [illegal immigration] can be stopped sooner then that with the military. I think the military can be used down with Border Patrol and actually stop immigration,” Moore explains to Millie at one point. “If we need to stop it permanently we build the wall and I think it would be an inexpensive way to do [so].”
This part of this ad definitely has potential to get taken out of context….
Millie March: "Which age groups are supporting Roy Moore right now?"
Moore campaign manager: "I wish I could say it was the 11 – 12 year olds right now…"https://t.co/TUaMswAhov
— Alana Abramson (@aabramson) December 10, 2017