When asked if Moore still believes that homosexuality should be illegal, she refused to answer.
“If you don’t want to answer, that’s fine,” Cooper shot back.
In one of the most laughable moments of the interview, Porter refused to say whether or not Moore believes that President Obama was born in America – but she did note that she shows her birth certificate when she checks out library books.
Cooper then turned his attention to the sexual abuse allegations against Moore, which Porter compared to a “Lynch mob.”
“Your campaign has blamed an awful lot of people for the accusations being made by women against Roy Moore,” Cooper said, before embarking on an epic takedown in which he listed out, one by one, all of the people and groups that the Moore campaign has blamed.
“I’ve heard Moore, his supporters – and you, tonight – blame Doug Jones, George Soros, the DNC, Mitch McConnell, mainstream Republicans, the Washington Post, the ‘lynch mob media’ as you call them, homosexuals, transgender people, and criminals,” Cooper said.
The best part is, Cooper didn’t have to ask any ‘gotcha’ questions to portray the GOP candidate in a bad light – he simply read Moore’s statements aloud, and let them do the talking.