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came out with its bombshell report in which four women alleged that Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore had made inappropriate sexual advances toward them in the 1980s.This included one woman who was only fourteen years old at the time she alleges that Moore took her to his home and made her strip to her underwear at which point he proceeded to touch her and force her to touch him, and three other women who were slightly older but described similar conduct by Moore as well as being plied with alcohol at a time when they were below the legal age to drink at the time.They didn’t come forward because this was Alabama in the 1980s.They didn’t come forward because they came from poor families on the other side of the tracks and Moore was an Assistant District Attorney with an up and coming political career.Take, for example, this comment by Alabama’s Republican State Auditor: An Alabama state official on Thursday dismissed a Washington Post report alleging that GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore had initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl decades ago, saying there was an age gap between the biblical Joseph and Mary.The Post also alleged that Moore had pursued three others when they were between the ages of 16 and 18 and he was in his early 30s. Mary was a teenager and Joseph was an adult carpenter.
As I noted yesterday, many top Republicans such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner, who heads the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona and others have said that Moore should drop out of the race columnist Jennifer Rubin rightfully points out to be shameful.
No credibility whatsoever,” Mobile County Republican chairman John Skipper tells me.
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) November 9, 2017 If these allegations against Moore were true, Mitch Mc Connell’s anti-Moore allies would have obviously found them and released them during the primary, Mobile County Republican chairman John Skipper tells me.
You’d have to paint her as a Trump supporter to be of any credibility,” Covington County GOP Chairman William Blocker says. ” Covington County GOP Chairman William Blocker tells me he’d consider voting Moore even if hard proof of sexual abuse emerged.
“There is NO option to support to support Doug Jones, the Democratic nominee.