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God fearing Man of God & family values GOP Judge Roy Moore accused of sexual encounter w/ a 14yo…

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  • fortyacresfortyacres Posts: 4,195 Regulator
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    lets see FOX top this one

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    https://www.mediaite.com/online/cnn-segment-gets-weird-as-roy-moore-defender-invokes-obama-i-think-he-did-cocaine/
    CNN Segment Gets Weird As Roy Moore Defender Invokes Obama: ‘I Think He Did Cocaine’

    Kudos to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin for keeping it together during an absolutely nutso interview with an Alabama political reporter in which he jumped through a ton of hoops to defend Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore in the wake of his teen sex abuse scandal.

    Brandon Moseley, who writes for a site called Alabama Political Reporter, recently penned an opinion piece titled ‘I believe Judge Roy Moore’ and was brought on CNN this afternoon to discuss it. Right off the bat, Mosely noted that he has known Moore for 20 years while dismissing the allegations as unserious. He further explained that Moore allegedly initiating sexual contact with a 14-year-old when he was 32 is no longer a criminal issue due to the statute of limitations.

    “Let me jump in. You are using the word serious,” Baldwin stated. “Why don’t you think these allegations are serious?”

    “They’re 38-year-old allegations — this would be a misdemeanor at the time under the code of Alabama,” the Alabama reporter responded. “The statute’s been up since ’86. If you go back and you don’t elect anyone who has ever done anything wrong we wouldn’t have had Barack Obama. I think he did cocaine.
    Bill Clinton supposedly smoked marijuana.”

    A stunned Baldwin blurted out “OK, what?!?’ She added that they were talking about allegations against Moore and told Mosely to “function in the factual world.”

    The two would go back and forth for a bit over what the law was back when the encounter allegedly occurred, with Mosely at one point likening the assault of minors to Moore stealing a lawnmower. “Sexual abuse, stealing a lawnmower, let’s not even go there,” Baldwin shot back.

    Mosely went on to claim that the only serious accusation in the Washington Post report was regarding Moore’s sexual contact with then-fourteen-year-old Leigh Corfman and that her story is different than the other accounts in the story.

    “The other accounts Roy Moore dated some of these women, supposedly, as long as three months and they never got naked,” Mosely said. “According to Corfman supposedly Roy took off her shirt and pants and there was some inappropriate touching.”

    The bizarre segment kept going for a while longer, with Mosely acknowledging that he believed President Donald Trump was inappropriate with women in the past but that he voted for Trump anyway because “as a Christian, I can forgive a past indiscretion.” Therefore, he doesn’t think Alabama voters should abandon Moore over these recent allegations.

    It ended with Baldwin grilling Mosely — who amazingly described himself as an objective journalist — on why he didn’t reach out to the women in the Post story before writing his piece. He said he wasn’t assigned to seek out the women by his editor but that he tried to research them and their backgrounds.

    Following this segment, another woman came forward with allegations against Moore, stating that the ex-Alabama judge sexually assaulted and tried to rape her when she was just 16.

    When whitey is in trouble.. You should know what comes next.. They find a way to somehow blame the black man...
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    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2017/11/13/1715253/-Epic-Washington-GOP-v-Alabama-Republicans-war-breaks-out-as-the-GOP-civil-war-goes-nuclear
    Epic Washington GOP v. Alabama Republicans battle breaks out as the GOP civil war goes nuclear

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  • blackrainblackrain Posts: 26,991 Regulator
    Brian B. wrote: »
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    Brian B. wrote: »
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    As much as I dislike this cracka, shit don't pass the smell test (no pun)


    I mean, tf she doin givin him her phone #? Unless he put a gun to her head like Loc Dog in don't be a menace, she was complicit

    I kno, he's older & should of known better yada yada blah blah


    but it seems as if this wasn't as taboo in the 70's (see dazed & confused, Matthew McConaughey)


    fool her once, shame on him. tf she doin goin back to his house a 2nd time? Again, unless he used a weapon & force.. shame on her


    I understand I may sound ignorant, but how does someone sexually assault you multiple times & not live under the same roof?

    speechless, you do sound ignorant

    I'll be dat

    cuz I jus don't kno how it could happen, unless a weapon or force is involved


    if you could answer my questions & give a lil insight, that'd be helpful to my understanding

    why she give out her # in the 1st place?
    why'd she go back a 2nd time after already bein sexually assaulted (allegedly)?

    so you think you cant coerce a minor into doing sexual things, and them being clueless of the situation?

    she is 14 B, 14 , he is 32 he knew what he was doing. She is not mature enough to understand sexual manipulation.

    and sex with a minor is illegal. This aint rocket science.


    well, never said it was legal


    but are you tryna say she was clueless after he kissed her during the 1st alleged incident? Then went to his house a 2nd time? lol


    there are 14yr olds who throw themselves at older men, I kno cuz it happened to me
    granted I was 19, but if I never asked her age I would've assumed she was bout 17 & fucked
    after I told her we can't talk no more cuz of the age, she still wanted to fuck & asked me why not


    so let's not act like there ain't any lil fast ass 14yr old hussies runnin round

    was she a fast ass hussy or naïve? or a fast ass naïve hussy?



    & I'd still like some answers to my questions, if you can


    why'd she give her # in the 1st place? unless you're sayin she was coerced?
    why go back a 2nd time after an already alleged incident? coercion?

    so you sayin Roy Moore was more like Rudy Ray Moore? lol

    (btw coercion is force, so I still don't kno how it can be done w/o a weapon or coercion, unless the "victim" is a lil complicit)

    im really done with you,

    if you don't think a 32 year old man sleeping with a 14 year old consent or other wise is wrong, then go ahead dude, you are the adult you should know better...

    there is no saving you...


    lol bruh, jus read what I wrote & don't try to interpret any other way

    I'm not speakin in code, never really said what's right or worng, jus reality of the facts (or allegations)


    I believe everybody should be held accountable for their actions, if you put yourself in a postion for someone to harm you, you shoulder some of the blame imo

    if she's jus walkin down the street & gets snatched up, that's one thing

    but she gave dude her #, so that means he had to call to set up a "date", then he picks her up & takes her to his house & made a pass at her.

    shoulda been the end of the story right there, but no she went back a 2nd time

    loses credibility w/ me
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    fortyacres wrote: »
    Brian B. wrote: »
    fortyacres wrote: »
    Brian B. wrote: »
    As much as I dislike this cracka, shit don't pass the smell test (no pun)


    I mean, tf she doin givin him her phone #? Unless he put a gun to her head like Loc Dog in don't be a menace, she was complicit

    I kno, he's older & should of known better yada yada blah blah


    but it seems as if this wasn't as taboo in the 70's (see dazed & confused, Matthew McConaughey)


    fool her once, shame on him. tf she doin goin back to his house a 2nd time? Again, unless he used a weapon & force.. shame on her


    I understand I may sound ignorant, but how does someone sexually assault you multiple times & not live under the same roof?

    speechless, you do sound ignorant

    I'll be dat

    cuz I jus don't kno how it could happen, unless a weapon or force is involved


    if you could answer my questions & give a lil insight, that'd be helpful to my understanding

    why she give out her # in the 1st place?
    why'd she go back a 2nd time after already bein sexually assaulted (allegedly)?

    so you think you cant coerce a minor into doing sexual things, and them being clueless of the situation?

    she is 14 B, 14 , he is 32 he knew what he was doing. She is not mature enough to understand sexual manipulation.

    and sex with a minor is illegal. This aint rocket science.


    well, never said it was legal


    but are you tryna say she was clueless after he kissed her during the 1st alleged incident? Then went to his house a 2nd time? lol


    there are 14yr olds who throw themselves at older men, I kno cuz it happened to me
    granted I was 19, but if I never asked her age I would've assumed she was bout 17 & fucked
    after I told her we can't talk no more cuz of the age, she still wanted to fuck & asked me why not


    so let's not act like there ain't any lil fast ass 14yr old hussies runnin round

    was she a fast ass hussy or naïve? or a fast ass naïve hussy?



    & I'd still like some answers to my questions, if you can


    why'd she give her # in the 1st place? unless you're sayin she was coerced?
    why go back a 2nd time after an already alleged incident? coercion?

    so you sayin Roy Moore was more like Rudy Ray Moore? lol

    (btw coercion is force, so I still don't kno how it can be done w/o a weapon or coercion, unless the "victim" is a lil complicit)

    You can coerce somebody without a weapon...and you really in here trying every way you can think of to blame a 14 year old child for being sexually assaulted? This the hill you wanna die on?


    I kno, coercion is using force or threats


    which is why I said I don't understand how someone could get sexually assaulted by the same person multiple times, that's not livin under the same roof & w/o weapons or force (coercion)


    but I digress, gon & kill me lol

    Do you not realize how much shit can happen to a person because they're in a "certain position" that's no fault of their own. How abouy instead of trying to find fault in a teenager you focus on the person who actually may have committed the crime who was a full grown adult in their 30s. You so pressed to call a little girl a fast was hussy, who the fuck even talks like that, you out here giving a semi defense of a grown man trying to fuck a teenage girl.


    how tf you gon quote my post & not see (or willfully ignore)

    "if she's jus walkin down the street & gets snatched up, that's one thing" smh


    but to give a mf your #, he calls & comes picks her up, takes her back to his house, then kisses her

    she go home


    he calls the next day, comes & picks her up, takes her to his house, touches her


    how tf is that not putting yourself in a postion? lol



    for the record, I don't think it's cool, but I kno from 1st hand experience (as I stated previously) there's fast ass lil hussies runnin round & will approach older men too

    sayin that's a fact of reality IS NOT sayin I think it's cool






    this my last post, I keep typin the same shit lol


    You know whose fault it is when a women gets raped or sexually assaulted? The rapist...there's no grey area...some shit is just black and white. By your logic simply being around a man is a woman putting herself in position
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    Tale as old as time. Doth protest too much, methinks.

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    Lol at getting banned from the mall....
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    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/rnc-pulls-out-of-fundraising-agreement-roy-moore
    RNC Pulls Out Of Joint Fundraising Agreement With Roy Moore

    The Republican National Committee on Tuesday withdrew from a joint fundraising agreement with Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore after five women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

    According to a Federal Election Commission filing, the RNC was no longer listed as a member of the fundraising agreement with Moore’s Senate campaign as of Tuesday.

    Politico reported, citing an unnamed senior party official briefed on the decision, that the committee is also canceling a field program and will no longer give money to the Senate race.

    The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) dropped its fundraising agreement with Moore last week, and NRSC chairman Cory Gardner (R-CO) on Monday called on the Senate to “expel” Moore if he refuses to withdraw from the race and wins.

    Four women alleged last week that Moore pursued them sexually while they were teenagers and he was in his early 30s. One woman said that Moore initiated sexual contact with her when she was 14 years old. A fifth woman on Monday accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 years old.
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    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/moore-amid-mounting-pressure-drop-out-facing-spiritual-battle
    Moore Amid Mounting Pressure To Drop Out: I’m Facing A ‘Spiritual Battle’

    In a speech that was met with more “amens” than applause and peppered with Bible verses rather than policy, Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore told congregants at the Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama Tuesday night that he’s facing a “spiritual battle” in the last 28 days of his Senate bid.

    That “battle” likely centers around the mounting allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct with teenagers by Moore when he was in his thirties. The former state Supreme Court chief justice quickly dismissed the topic Tuesday, saying “obviously I made a few people mad” and painting the accusations as a smear campaign.

    “Obviously I made a few people mad. I’m the only one who can unite Democrats and Republicans because I seem to be opposed by both. Some have spent over $30 million to try and push me out. They’ve done everything they could and now they’re together, they’re trying to keep me from going to Washington,” he said, before launching into the point of his sermon— the need for God to “save our land” through Christians like himself.

    While he never directly addressed the allegations that were first reported by The Washington Post on Thursday, Moore said he was facing “an evil day” and said it was time for Christians to take a stand.

    “If you take a stand, you are going to face persecution. … That’s your reward,” he said, referencing the evangelical ideology that “persecution” on earth produces rewards in the afterlife. “Why do you think they’re giving me this trouble? Why do you think I’m being harassed in the media and people pushing for an allegation in the last 28 days of the election?”

    He claimed that if it was “God’s will” he would make it to Congress and continued to paint himself as a martyr.

    “Don’t think when you stand for truth, when you stand for the recognition of God, that you’re not going to be attacked,” he said.

    The sermon came after days of pressure from top Republicans and GOP fundraisers to push Moore to drop his Senate bid.

    On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that Moore was “obviously not fit” to serve in Congress and the Republican National Committee announced it was pulling out of its joint fundraising agreement with the candidate.

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    And... No, Boston, your fuck ass racist city still ain’t off the hook.
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    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/bernie-bernstein-robocall
    Bogus Robocall Claims Washington Post Is Offering Money For Dirt On Moore

    At least one Alabama resident received a voicemail Tuesday from a man calling himself “Bernie Bernstein,” a supposed Washington Post reporter offering cash in exchange for unsubstantiated allegations against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.

    “Hi, this is Bernie Bernstein,” says a voice calling from an hidden phone number. The caller seems to affect a (terribly performed) Brooklyn accent and a slight non-rhotic speech impediment.

    “I’m a reporter for The Washington Post calling to find out if anyone at this address is a female between the ages of 54 to 57 years old, willing to make damaging remarks about candidate Roy Moore for a reward of between $5,000 and $7,000,” “Bernstein” continues. “We will not be fully investigating these claims, however we will be making a written report. I can reached by email: AlBernstein@ washingtonpost.com. Thank you.”

    The Post said the voicemail bore “no relationship to reality.”

    In a statement, the paper’s executive editor told WKRG, which aired a recording of the call: “The Post has just learned that at least one person in Alabama has received a call from someone falsely claiming to be from The Washington Post. The call’s description of our reporting methods bears no relationship to reality. We are shocked and appalled that anyone would stoop to this level to discredit real journalism.”

    The call even made its way onto cable TV Wednesday, when a lawyer representing Roy Moore, Trenton Garmon, told MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle: “Robocalls are now even being made asking for people to come forward against Roy, which I think is kind of an indication of the political climate that we’re in. And we plan on even probably getting into some depositions related to that.”

    Ruhle objected: “Are you sure that robocall you’re speaking of is a fact and is true?”

    “I don’t know who they were put in place by,” Garmon admitted. They moved on.

    The Washington Post first reported last week on four women who alleged Roy Moore pursued relationships with them when they were teenagers, including one woman who claimed Moore, 32 at the time, initiated a sexual encounter with her when she was 14.

    On Monday, Beverly Young Nelson alleged Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16. At a press conference, she showed a copy of her high school yearbook, which Moore apparently signed with “Love, Roy Moore D.A.” Moore has denied knowing the woman, in addition to denying all wrongdoing.

    Still, his campaign has appeared desperate at times to discredit the accusers and shore up support among his base.

    Moore’s wife, Kayla, incorrectly alleged that the restaurant at which Nelson said Moore was her customer did not exist in 1977. (It did, reporters later showed.)

    She also circulated a letter purportedly signed by 52 pastors expressing their support of Moore despite the allegations. However, several of the listed signatories have since claimed that they were not asked permission to be included on the letter, and have requested their names be removed.

    Moore himself has threatened to sue the Post — he hasn’t yet — and on Tuesday said he was in a “spiritual battle” as his campaign rounded its last corner. He initially called the Post’s report “completely false” and “a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post.”

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