Roy Moore’s accuser’s son has a history of trashing Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, religion, and law enforcement, a GotNews review of his Facebook reveals.
On March 10th, 2017, Garner Polston, the son of Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman, took to Facebook to write “Jeff Sessions can suck a big one.” A friend wrote back “He probably already has,” to which Polston replied “Lol probably so.”:
On March 1st, 2016, the day of the Super Tuesday primaries, Polston declared “Did my patriotic duty by voting for not Trump.”:
On February 8th, 2016, Polston shared a meme from an atheist advocacy page that proclaimed the Constitution is “the law of America” and not the Bible, telling those who believe otherwise to move to Iran.
Polston consistently shares pro-atheist, anti-religion content on his Facebook and Twitter accounts:
You can post all the bible quotes you want but I can't post anything about being atheist? #smallminded
— Garner Polston (@polston73) March 4, 2015
Polston has also shared anti-law enforcement content:
Guns Dont kill people cops kill people
— Garner Polston (@polston73) February 13, 2013
Polston’s mother appears to also be a critic of law enforcement. In 2013, after a police search shut down a prom event her son was attending, she told Fox6 News that she was “horrified,” and asked “what about their rights?”
Stay tuned for more.
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