Michael S. Burg Cautions Against Senate Candidate Roy Moore

Michael S. Burg Cautions Against Senate Candidate Roy Moore

By Burg Simpson
November 21, 2017
2 min read

Burg Simpson founding shareholder Michael S. Burg thinks it’s in the best interest of everyone for Democrats and Republicans to work together to fight the advance of the alt-right by uniting against the U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama.

“It’s time for both parties to stop being so divided,” Michael writes in his latest op-ed piece on Huffington Post. “Join forces to fight the agendas at work in Washington, and the attacks on the poor, on minorities, on women, and on the working class Americans in this country.”

While the accusations of sexual misconduct are just the latest controversy to surround Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, Moore has a long reputation for his extreme beliefs that are “strongly anti-homosexual, anti-Muslim, and alt-right views, as well as his strong beliefs that Christianity should go hand-in-hand with government and public policy.” That’s in addition to Moore’s history of disregard for the rule of law that twice led to his removal from the bench, Michael points out.

If Moore wins next month’s special election, Michael argues, the GOP faces a further ideological split as the Trump Republicans secure a stronger foothold in the Senate. But it’s the American people who will suffer, as big business continues its hostile takeover of Washington.

Michael S. Burg is a regular contributor for HuffPost, where he writes about legal issues that threaten most Americans.

Michael is one of America’s leading trial lawyers, author of the best-selling book, Trial by Fire: One Man’s Battle to End Corporate Greed and Save Lives, and founding shareholder of Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, PC. A legal champion for victims of corporate and individual malfeasance, negligence, overreach, and abuse, Burg began his career fighting for the underdog and has gone on to successfully litigate some of the country’s most high-profile cases of the past four decades.

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