Roy Moore Has A Theory About Why So Many Women Say He’s A Creepy Pervy Abuser – Guess Which Kind
Moore is getting desperate
Roy Moore, the Republican running for the Alabama Special Election, has decided to adopt a typical Republican tactic with regards to the sexual assault allegations thrown at him: blaming minorities. To both increase voter turnout and hurt the Democratic Party during elections, the GOP, as demonstrated last year by Donald Trump, have focused on demonizing minorities. Gerrymandering, as a result of illegal redistricting strategies like REDMAP, has only contributed to increased apathy in red states.
In Moore’s case, the minorities in question are not based on race, but on (wildly mischaracterized) political views and sexual orientation. In a speech given before his delusional suporters, Moore cried wolf to the disturbing accusations of stalking, harassing, molesting, and raping underage girls which have been thrown his way by multiple accusers as a big coordinated witch hunt devised by ‘socialists’ (by which he of course means Democrats) and the LGBT community:
“They’re liberals. They don’t hold conservative values. They are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender who want to change our culture. They are socialists who want to change our way of life and put man above God and the government is our God. They’re the Washington establishment…who don’t want to lose their power.”
Ignoring the dangerous tones of theocracy present in Moore’s sermon, which play to his history of violating the separation of church and state, it is disturbing to see how far this candidate for the US Senate, who clearly has the President’s vote, has fallen since the allegations came up. First it was a woman claiming he had molested her when she was 14, then it was numerous other women coming forward, including one with a rape allegation, and then it was disclosed that Moore may very well have been banned from a shopping mall for stalking teenage girls.
Related: Trump Adviser Conway: Vote for Accused Abuser of Young Girls Because Rich People Need More Money
Of course, in the United States legal system we do have due process, and one is “innocent until proven guilty,” and so Moore has technically not been convicted of any wrongdoing. However, when you consider the sheer number of accusers who have come forward, evidence like the yearbook autograph, the new lawsuit filed by Gloria Alred, and the fact that high-ranking members of the Republican Party have advocated him dropping out, it creates a picture of a man with serious problems.
In short, maybe he won’t go to prison, but all things considered, maybe he shouldn’t go to the Senate, either.
Check out the video below of Moore’s crazy rebuttal to everything:
Roy Moore names quite explicitly the “THEY” behind the “malicious” attacks against him. (At a church in Theodore, AL) pic.twitter.com/mccnDyfcK7
— Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) November 30, 2017
Photo by Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images
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