Roy Moore's Accusers: One Has Been Called A Liar By Her Own Stepson... Another Neglected To Mention That Moore Sent Her Brother To Prison
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2017-12-07 03:26:11 UTC
Apparently, the GOP is now the party of CHILD MOLESTATION! At least the
media tell me that's the meaning of President Trump's endorsement of
Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Are we allowed to mention that Moore denies the charges?

It's hard to disprove accusations from 40 years ago - that's why we have
statutes of limitations - but, despite that, there are a surprising number
of problems with the allegations against Moore.

One accuser has been called a liar by her own stepson, who says he's
voting for Moore. Another neglected to mention that Moore sent her brother
to prison.

In defense of one of Moore's accusers, Gloria Allred produced a yearbook
allegedly signed by Moore, apparently in two different inks and giving his
title as "D.A." He was not the district attorney and didn't sign his name
that way. Allred refuses to produce the yearbook for handwriting analysis
or to deny that it's a forgery.

Contrary to what you have heard one million times a day on TV, there
aren't "multiple accusers." There are two, and that's including the one
with the fishy yearbook inscription whose stepson says she's lying.

The other "accusers" claim he dated them when they were 16 to 19 years old
and Moore was in his early 30s - or younger than Jerry Seinfeld was (39)
when he dated 17-year-old Shoshanna Lonstein.

That would also make Moore 15 years younger than Bill Clinton when he had
a 22-year-old intern performing oral sex on him in the Oval Office.
Moore's date "accusers" say he did nothing more than kiss them.

The media throw the dating claims in with the molestation claims so they
can keep howling about "multiple accusers." In fact, only two women are
alleging anything that, if true, would merit national attention.

TV anchors think it's very clever of them to ask anyone who isn't bowled
over by the claims of Moore's (two) accusers: So you're calling the women


There's a lot of room between HE'S A CHILD MOLESTER and THE WOMEN ARE

They could be misremembering. They could be confusing Moore with someone
else. They could be suggestible. They could be delusional. They could have
repeated the story to themselves so many times that they believe it. They
could be really, really disgusted with Jerry Seinfeld.

The main accuser has gotten a lot of her facts wrong, such as where she
was living at the time (she moved to another town 10 days after meeting
Moore); the corner where she allegedly met Moore for their liaisons (she
named a corner more than a mile away from her house, across a busy
intersection) and when she began to get into trouble with boys and alcohol
(it was before meeting Moore, not after).

It was 40 years ago! But it's just weeks before the election and that's
the media's favorite time to produce wild accusations against Republicans.

Four days before the 1992 presidential election, Independent Counsel
Lawrence Walsh dropped an indictment of Reagan's defense secretary, Caspar
Weinberger, which seemed to implicate President George H.W. Bush in a lie.
Bush lost the election, and about a month later a judge threw out the

In the middle of the 2004 presidential campaign, CBS's Dan Rather produced
forged documents allegedly proving that President George W. Bush had
shirked his National Guard service decades earlier.

In September 2006, just before the midterm elections, the media released
GOP congressman Mark Foley's creepy emails to House pages. No physical
contact was alleged. The corpus delicti was that Foley told pages they
looked "hot" in their soccer shorts.

The entire GOP was crucified by the media for not having discovered this
"pedophile" in its midst. Republican congressmen who had never met Foley
lost their seats because of the media's timing of the email release.

More than 20 years earlier, a Democratic congressman, Gerry Studds, who
had actually buggered a 17-year-old page, indignantly defied his House
censure and proudly stood for re-election. His outraged Massachusetts
constituents elected him six more times. Washington Post columnist Colman
McCarthy denounced the "witch hunt" against Studds, saying his critics
wanted "to torch the congressman for his private life."

When Studds died in 2006, The Washington Post's headline on his obituary
was: Gerry Studds; Gay Pioneer in Congress. The New York Times' headline
was, Gerry Studds Dies at 69; First Openly Gay Congressman.

I supported Rep. Mo Brooks in the primary, but Alabamians would be crazy
to let the media vilification of Moore affect their vote. Moore's real
crime is that he's a believing Christian who goes around wantonly quoting
the Bible on sodomy. Journalists react to that like Linda Blair in "The

The media say that Republicans support Moore just because they want
another GOP vote in the Senate. I support Moore just because I hate the
Siri Cruise
2017-12-07 05:17:08 UTC
Post by AlleyCat
Are we allowed to mention that Moore denies the charges
Nobody cares. The Republican decided they're okay with electing child rapers.
With that ethical precedent established, it doesn't matter what he did.

I'm hoping he's elected to cement that.

Don't worry, we won't forget you. You've also decided you prefer child rapers to
Democrats. Have fun.
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Lauer's Sex Toy World
2017-12-07 16:13:35 UTC
Post by Siri Cruise
Don't worry, we won't forget you.
Is that the meth talking again?