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

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  • fortyacres
    fortyacres Members, Moderators Posts: 4,480 Regulator
    edited November 2017
    They muddied the waters by making false equivalency to Al Franken & Jon Coyners so Alabamans will use that to justify their votes for Roy Moore, smh.

    smart move tho

  • Copper
    Copper The WickMembers Posts: 49,532 ✭✭✭✭✭
    White women will still vote for him regardless
  • Recaptimus_Prime360
    Recaptimus_Prime360 Earned my Masters and Ph.d in Phat Booty-ology Members Posts: 64,802 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Smh. Damn shame what this political environment has come.

    Never thought I'd see the day when muthafuccas are tryin to normalize 🤬 , and actually willing to overlook it.

    Maybe the end of times is near.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://www.mediaite.com/online/roy-moores-wife-reportedly-first-caught-his-eye-when-she-was-a-teenager-and-he-was-nearly-30/
    Roy Moore’s Wife Reportedly First Caught His Eye When She Was a Teenager and He Was Nearly 30

    According to statements made by Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore — who is an alleged of inappropriate sexual behavior with underaged girls — his wife first caught his eye when she was just a 15 or 16-year-old high school student and he was a nearly 30-year-old deputy district attorney.

    The timeline of Moore and Kayla Moore’s relationship was first noticed by AL.com columnist Kyle Whitmire, as he pulled quotes from the former an interview with the former Alabama Supreme Court justice.

    “When I was deputy district attorney, many years before we got married, I saw her at a dance recital and I was standing, oh, at the back of the auditorium and I saw her up front. I remember her name, it was Kayla Kisor. KK. But I remember that and I didn’t meet her there… It was, oh gosh, eight years later or something, I met her. And when she told me her name, I remembered,” said Moore.

    The two did not meet at that time, but the fact that Moore admits to first noticing her when she was so young is particularly noteworthy as he has been accused of making sexual advances on girls as young as 14. These disturbing allegations against the Senate hopeful aside, there is no evidence that Moore initiated any form of contact with Kayla Moore until eight years later when they met at a Christmas party.

    CNN reports that in Moore’s 2005 book, titled “So Help Me 🤬 : The Ten Commandments, Judicial Tyranny, and the Battle for Religious Freedom,” he wrote, “I knew Kayla was going to be a special person in my life… Anxious to meet her, I began with the line, ‘Haven’t we met somewhere before?’ ‘I don’t think so,’ she replied.”

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  • skpjr78
    skpjr78 Members Posts: 7,311 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Copper wrote: »
    White women will still vote for him regardless

    52% of all white women voted for Trump after hearing the Acess Hollywood tape. Yet white women won't stop yelling that feminism 🤬 . A white feminist is about as useful to me as a black republican. Everybody was wondering where all the feminist were when Sandra Bland was found hanging in that cell. I think we know now.

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  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    What a cluster 🤬 .

    America gets what it deserves.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/retired-officer-knew-moore-liked-young-girls
    Retired Officer: We Knew Moore ‘Liked Young Girls,’ But Never Got A Complaint

    A retired police officer who worked juvenile cases in Gadsden, Alabama for 37 years said it was well known that Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore “liked young girls” decades ago, but her department never got an official complaint, so there “was really nothing we could do about it.”

    “I didn’t realize it until some time later that when they said he liked young girls, I just thought he liked young ladies, you know, younger than him, maybe in their 20s,” Faye Gary told Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC Tuesday. “I had no idea, or we had no idea that we were talking about 14-year-olds. But we never got a complaint on it.”

    She said the officers were “advised” that Moore had been suspended from the local mall because “he would hang around the young girls” who worked there and that it “got into a place of where they say he was harassing.” Police were also warned to keep an eye on Moore at sporting events and “make sure that, you know, he didn’t hang around the cheerleaders,” Gary said.

    Police were on the lookout “every day” for a complaint to come in on Moore, she said, as his behavior was known “not only in our department, but in the courthouse too.”

    Moore has been accused by multiple women of either pursing relationships or making inappropriate sexual advances toward them when they were teenagers and Moore was in his 30s. Moore has flatly denied all the allegations and has said the claims are just part of a political attack on his campaign by the media.

  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    A lil boy and a 🤬 were walkin in the woods...the lil boy says "mr. Im scared" the 🤬 says "youre scared?! I have to walk back by myself"
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November 2017


    https://www.mediaite.com/online/trump-tweets-out-support-for-roy-moore-last-thing-we-need-is-a-schumerpelosi-puppet/
    Trump Tweets Out Support For Roy Moore: ‘Last Thing We Need … Is a Schumer/Pelosi Puppet’

    Last week, following a lengthy period of relative silence on the matter, President Donald Trump broke his silence on Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore and essentially endorsed the embattled ex-Alabama judge. He told reporters that we didn’t need a “liberal Democrat” in that Senate seat and said that Moore “totally denies” the allegations that he had pursued sexual relationships with teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
    As you can see in the tweet above, POTUS is taking aim at Moore’s Democratic opponent Doug Jones. Besides stating that Jones would be “WEAK on crime” — despite Jones having prosecuted the KKK — Trump is also labeling the Democrat as a “Schumer/Pelosi puppet” who will raise taxes and be bad for the military.













  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Trump is such a 🤬 boy liar! He using this "weak on..." line now. That big piece of orange dog 🤬 needs to get impeached asap.
  • stringer bell
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  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/once-vocal-moore-supporter-bannon-now-mia-from-senate-race
    Once Moore’s Boldest Advocate, Bannon Is Now MIA In Alabama Senate Race

    In the days leading up to the heated Republican Alabama Senate primary, former White House strategist Steve Bannon stood with his candidate Roy Moore, triumphantly warning GOP leaders in Washington, “your day of reckoning is coming.”

    Since Moore’s primary, the former state Supreme Court judge has been accused of preying on teenage girls decades ago. And Bannon hasn’t set foot in Alabama since for the candidate he called “one of the finest men in this country.”

    Bannon hasn’t yanked his support for Moore, but if he’s standing by him, it’s at a distance. Associates say he has no plans to campaign in the state before the Dec. 12 election. Meanwhile, his public statements have gone from glowing endorsements of Moore to broadsides against Democratic contender Doug Jones.

    The shift reflects the high stakes for Bannon in the race. By backing the renegade Moore, Bannon transformed the sleepy special election into the first battle in what he calls his war on the establishment. But the accusations against Moore have turned what should have been an easy win for Republicans into a nail-biter, and raise the possibility that Bannon will emerge from his first effort bruised and blamed.

    The former adviser to President Donald Trump is already moving on, looking past the Alabama election and trying to raise money and build momentum for the next round.

    “Bannon has been traveling nonstop, giving speeches across the country and the world,” as well as meeting with donors and political operators, said Andrew Surabian, a Bannon associate and adviser to the Great America Alliance, a pro-Trump political organization. “We all know what he wants to accomplish. He’s setting the stage for that.”

    Bannon pounced on Moore’s Sept. 26 victory over hand-picked interim Sen. Luther Strange as justification for the war he since declared on Republican leadership in Congress, especially Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. He blames the Kentucky Republican chiefly for Trump’s stalled legislative agenda and has promised to find pro-Trump challengers for almost every GOP senator seeking re-election next year, with the goal of dumping McConnell.

    Through the pro-Trump group Great America Alliance and as executive chairman of Breitbart News, he has endorsed Senate candidates in Arizona, Nevada, Montana, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin. He expects to soon name his picks in Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio.

    To be sure, Bannon’s influence continues through Brietbart’s continued presence in the race. Several staffers from the conservative website, including Washington political editor Matthew Boyle, remain on the ground in Alabama, publishing multiple daily dispatches.

    But Bannon himself been everywhere but Alabama, it seems, rallying conservative Republican audiences in Arizona, California, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina. He’s even addressed conservative groups in Japan, where he’s headed again early next month.

    Aides say Bannon plans to establish himself as the go-to speaker at fundraisers for devoutly pro-Trump Republicans this winter. The first such event is for New York Rep. Lee Zeldin on Dec. 14.

    Not only has Bannon steered clear of Alabama, his tone toward Moore has gradually shifted. On primary night, he praised “the model of Judge Moore” as an anti-establishment candidate. Now he’s merely the alternative to an unacceptable and “radical” Democratic candidate.

    His gradual switch is in line with his former boss. Despite GOP senators and party leaders calling for Moore to quit the race, Trump has not. The president has said he takes Moore at his word in denying the accusations. Trump also has no plans to campaign in Alabama, the White House said Monday.

    By apparently sticking with Moore, albeit far less publicly than in September, Bannon, too, is nodding to his conservative audience, but trying to limit his exposure to the fallout from Moore’s crisis.

    Bannon early on cast doubt on Moore’s accusers, declaring: “Until I see additional evidence on Judge Moore, I’m standing with him.”

    Weeks later, after other women had come forward alleging unwanted advances by Moore as teens, Bannon, like Trump, focused on the Democrat.

    “Doug Jones is a radical on guns, on abortion, on borders,” Bannon said Thursday during a guest spot on Breitbart Radio. “I just can’t understand how the people of Alabama, being one of the bedrocks of the conservative movement, would even consider a guy like Doug Jones.”

    Similarly, the Bannon-affiliated Great America Alliance has been quiet in the state since the primary, after orchestrating the Bannon rally and another in September featuring former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and running an ad during the widely watched Sept. 16 University of Alabama football game.

    But Bannon need not wade again deeply into a race he already helped shape by denouncing McConnell’s hand-picked candidate, said Sam Nunberg, a Bannon confidant and former Trump campaign aide. Bannon helped defeat Strange, Nunberg said. “Everyone knows where Steve stands.”

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/bannon-actually-will-campaign-moore
    Steve Bannon Says He Actually Will Campaign For Roy Moore In Alabama

    Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will head to Alabama next week to campaign for the embattled Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore, he told CNN Tuesday.

    “I look forward to standing with Judge Moore and all of the Alabama deplorables in the fight to elect him to the United States Senate and send shockwaves to the political and media elites,” Bannon told CNN.

    Bannon plans to speak at a rally next week, which will kick off the final days of campaigning for Moore and his opponent Democrat Doug Jones before the election Dec. 12. Bannon’s comments to CNN came just hours after the Associated Press reported that Bannon would not stump for Moore before the election. The AP spoke with two Bannon associates at the time.

    Bannon has not campaigned for Moore since before the Republican primary run-off election between Moore and incumbent Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL). The silence from Bannon was particularly telling given that multiple women have come forward since the beginning of November accusing Moore of sexual misconduct.

    The allegations range from Moore pursuing relationships or making inappropriate sexual advances toward the women when they were teenagers and Moore was in his 30s. Moore has flatly denied all the allegations and chalked the whole scandal up to a political attack from the media, Democrats and the Republican establishment.

    Bannon’s backing of Moore over Strange ignited the former White House strategist’s “war” on the Republican establishment. After Moore’s primary victory, Bannon vowed to back the more conservative challengers of every Republican senator up for reelection besides Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-considering-campaigning-for-moore
    Report: Trump Considers Boosting Roy Moore From Afar

    While President Donald Trump has been careful to not explicitly endorse Alabama Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore, the White House is weighing its options to help the embattled candidate get elected, according to a new report.

    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that Trump is “not planning any trip to Alabama at this time,” but the White House is mulling whether to unleash a series of robo-calls, emails and text messages, three people familiar with the conversations told Politico.

    Trump has all-but endorsed Moore publicly and has indicated he believes the former judge’s denials of the sexual misconduct allegations against him. Instead of outright embracing the candidate, Trump has tweeted attacks on Moore’s Democratic opponent, former U.S. attorney Doug Jones.

    In private, Trump has told Republican senators he doubts Moore’s accusers — who claim Moore pursued relationships and made inappropriate sexual advances toward them when they were teens and Moore was in his 30s — and has questioned why the allegations are surfacing now when Moore has been an elected officials for decades, according to Politico.

    White House officials and the head of the Republican National Committee discussed Trump’s options for stumping for Moore during a meeting on Monday, two people familiar with the matter said.

    The President’s aides who spoke with Politico said that no decision has been made on what to do in Alabama, but they said that Sanders’ choice of words — that the White House isn’t planning a trip to Alabama “at this time” — was telling of what the White House is considering.

    Regardless of what Trump decides, the President’s response to the allegations is lukewarm when compared to most of the leaders in his party — like Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) — who have said the allegations are credible and have called on Moore to step aside.

  • farris2k1
    farris2k1 Members Posts: 1,937 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Hes a straight pos, but im almost willing to put money that those idiots in bama will still elect him smh
  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2017
    farris2k1 wrote: »
    Hes a straight pos, but im almost willing to put money that those idiots in bama will still elect him smh

    Real talk, id be surprised if Roy Moore isn't elected
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/pastor-linked-to-roy-moore-once-convicted-for-trying-to-destroy-evidence-in-molestation-case/
    Pastor Linked to Roy Moore Once Convicted for Trying to Destroy Evidence in Molestation Case

    Here’s a weird detail spun out of the Roy Moore situation in Alabama. The GOP Senate nominee, who is running for office despite numerous allegations that he sought relationships with teenage girls as an adult, held a Wednesday event at Magnolia Springs Baptist Church in Mobile. There, Rev. Bill Atkinson led singing, AL.com reports. Alabamans may remember him for his 2012 conviction for obstruction and conspiracy. A federal jury found him guilty for interfering in an investigation into his son. The younger Atkinson, William IV, was charged in Honduras for molesting children at family-run orphanage.

    It’s unclear how his son’s case wrapped up. The elder Atkinson did not immediately respond to a Law&Crime request for comment.

    The Honduras investigation started because of another one of the reverend’s sons Jonathan Atkinson. He said some of the children at the orphanage reported being abused, so he set up a surveillance system in his brother’s office. Prosecutors said the reverend attempted to bring William IV back home to the States. In his attempted cover up, he asked two of his children to destroy a hard drive containing evidence against Jr.

    The reverend serves as the music minister at the Magnolia Springs Baptist Church. He did not talk about politics at Wednesday’s event, according to AL.com.

    “The sign out front says Baptists, and Baptists have to sing,” he said, telling the audience to join in.


    As for Moore, allegations against him come at a pretty inconvenient time. Alabamans will vote December 12 in a special election to fill the U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions‘s former Senate seat. The claims put a dent in his campaign. Normally, this would be an easy victory: He’s the GOP nominee in a red state. But it doesn’t help that numerous people have gone on the record saying that decades ago he pursued romantic relationships with teens, one as young as 14. (The age of consent in Alabama was and is 16.) He has called the allegations a political smear job by media outlets like The Washington Post who broke the story and Democrats. He even took shots at “establishment” Republicans like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who said he should quit the race.

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  • a.mann
    a.mann Members Posts: 19,746 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Well good thing ""voting doesn't matter"",eh Tariq?
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/cruz-senate-should-seat-moore
    Cruz: Senate Should Seat Moore If He Wins, Franken Allegations ‘Serious’

    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Thursday that while the allegations against Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) are “serious,” he would still insist on seating Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore if he wins his election, despite Moore also being accused of sexual misconduct.

    “Roy Moore is now leading in the polls again in Alabama,” Fox News’ Neil Cavuto told Cruz in an interview. “He could win that race. Mitch McConnell has said he would not be welcome in the United States Senate. Do you think he should be thrown out if he is?”

    “Of course not,” Cruz replied. “And I think we’ve got to respect the will of the voters. I think the reaction would be — I think it’d be completely unacceptable. If the voters of Alabama choose to elect him, for some Washington politicians to say, ‘We don’t care what the voters say,’ I think that would be a mistake. This is an issue that the voters have in front of them, and they’ll make a decision. I think we need to respect the will of the voters.”

    Several top Republicans, including the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), have said Moore should be expelled from the Senate if he wins his election. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said in November that Moore “would immediately be in a process before the Senate Ethics Committee,” if he were sworn in.

    Several women have accused Moore of pursuing romantic and sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers, and he was a grown man. Beverly Young Nelson has accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16. Leigh Corfman has said Moore initiated sexual contact with her when she was 14.

    “What about Al Franken?” Cavuto went on. The senator has been accused by several women of unwanted groping, and by two women of kissing them without their consent. “He’s apologized, says he’s not leaving. What do you think of that?” Cavuto said.

    “You know what? These allegations are serious and they keep coming up, every day more and more and more allegations,” Cruz said. “And I will say, there’s a rich irony watching all of the Democrats backpedalling and trying to justify, now, their colleague, who you’ve got — I think the count is five women who allege groping. That’s a serious, serious problem and I think it’s something that we’re going to see debated quite a bit more.”

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