Watch That Full ‘Kimmel’ Alabama Rally Clip That’s Got Roy Moore All Fired Up (Video)

Jake Byrd really knows how to ruin a nice day in church

Jimmy Kimmel and Roy Moore look like they’re gonna come to blows pretty soon, and comedian Tony Barbieri’s alter-ego Jake Byrd could be considered the main instigator.

ABC late-night show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” recently sent the comic to disrupt a Moore rally in Alabama. “Byrd” really pulled off the mission, leading his boss and the former judge to feud — hard — on Twitter.

No. 1-supporter Byrd was eventually booted from the rally’s church setting for being too enthusiastically in favor (?) of the candidate for an Alabama Senate seat, repeatedly shouting things like, “Does that look like the face of someone who hits on teenage girls?”

“Looks like I got a little too loud with the ol’ wordsies — unlike those teenage girls who couldn’t keep a secret,” Byrd said after being ejected.

Moore has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior toward multiple young and underage girls. The Republican vehemently denied the allegations in his Wednesday speech, calling them “false, numerous and vicious.”

Before making it to the actual rally, Byrd campaigned for Moore at the local mall, which was allegedly the man’s happy place.

“Two-four-six-eight, we don’t care what age he dates!” Barbieri cheered in-character.

Watch the video above.