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

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  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://www.mediaite.com/trump/trump-definitely-not-campaigning-for-roy-moore-at-rally-25-miles-from-alabama-four-days-before-election/
    Trump Definitely *Not* Campaigning For Roy Moore…at Rally 25 Miles From Alabama, Four Days Before Election


    President Donald Trump has all but thrown his support behind Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, the Republican now lesser-known for his insane unique policy views, better-known for preying on young teenagers.

    Though most Republican lawmakers have shunned Moore in light of a bevy of molestation and sexual harassment allegations leveled against the former judge, Trump has declined to condemn him, instead choosing to bash his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.

    White House officials, facing a barrage of questions from reporters in the past few weeks over Trump’s tacit endorsement of Moore, have repeatedly boasted that at least Trump is not campaigning for Moore.

    But now, as CNN’s Chris Cillizza points out, “Trump is doing the next best thing.”

    “He’s going to Pensacola, Florida, to hold a campaign event next Friday — just four days before the December 12 special election,” Cillizza reports.

    More from CNN:

    Pensacola — for you amateur geographers out there — is 25 miles from the Alabama border. It’s closer to the capital of Alabama (164 miles to Montgomery) than it is to the capital of Florida (196 miles to Tallahassee). And the Pensacola-Mobile media market reaches more than 15% of the state.

    So while Trump won’t technically set foot in Alabama, he is doing everything but. Which, when you consider Trump and his political persona, is not surprising in the least.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/cbs-news-poll-alabama-republicans-call-allegations-against-moore-false/
    Alabama Republicans call allegations against Roy Moore false

    A new CBS News poll finds 71 percent of Alabama Republicans say the allegations against Roy Moore are false, and those who believe this also overwhelmingly believe Democrats and the media are behind those allegations.

    The poll found 92 percent of Republicans who don't believe the allegations against Moore say the Democrats are behind the charges, and 88 percent say newspapers and the media are behind them.

    Multiple women have come forward to accuse Moore of inappropriately pursuing or touching them when they were teenagers. The youngest woman to accuse Moore says she was 14 and he was 32 at the time.

    The Senate contest looks to be highly dependent on turnout. Moore has a lead over Democrat Doug Jones, 49 percent to 43 percent, among the likely voters who are most apt to vote on Dec. 12. Among all registered voters, the contest is even. And nearly a quarter of voters still describe themselves as "maybe" or "probably" going to vote.

    A majority of Alabama Republican voters (53 percent) say the allegations against Moore are a concern, but that other things matter more. One-third of Republicans say the allegations are not a concern to them.

    The poll describes a picture of many Republican voters choosing based on other issues: Half of Moore's supporters say they are backing him mainly because they want a senator who will cast conservative votes in the Senate, rather than because they think Moore is the best person for the job.

    The poll also found 49 percent of Moore voters say their Senate vote is in support of President Trump, and 23 percent of Moore voters say the president's comments about the race, specifically, have made them more likely to back Moore.

    Among all registered voters, the president has a 57 percent approval rating in the state. Among Moore's voters, it is an astounding 96 percent approval.

    Doug Jones does not appear to be drawing many crossover Republicans, which he would almost surely need in order to gain ground. Only 9 percent of Republicans say they're voting for him.

    More than eight in Republicans are planning to vote for Moore, and a higher number of Moore's backers call themselves definite voters than do Jones' backers.

    Looking for signs of what could happen in the final week, the race could still change, as 12 percent of Republicans say they could change their minds. Moore, in turn, could potentially benefit from voters who say they're unsure about their vote choice or backing "someone else" at the moment, as this group looks like they're usually Republican: two-thirds voted for Donald Trump in 2016.

    Alabama remains a deeply conservative state: most registered voters believe that abortion should be illegal (58 percent) and that same-sex marriage should not be legal (56 percent). Moore draws nearly nine in 10 voters who believe abortion should be illegal. Only 19 percent of registered voters call themselves liberal.

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  • stringer bell
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  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2017


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  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/moore-claims-immorality-in-politics-has-hit-new-low
    Moore, Accused Of Sexual Misconduct, Claims ‘Immorality’ Has Hit New Low

    Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, whom multiple women have accused of sexual misconduct, claimed in an interview published Monday that “immorality” in politics has “sunken to a new low.”

    “What do you feel like you’ve learned through this particular race?” One America News Network reporter Emerald Robinson asked Moore.

    “I think immorality has sunken to a new low, and I think in this race I have been very much impressed with the lack of morality in political advertisements,” Moore said. “They say anything, they do anything, just to win. They don’t care who they hurt.”

    Numerous women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct, and several have alleged that Moore pursued them when they were teenagers. Leigh Corfman said Moore initiated a sexual encounter when she was 14 years old, below the age of consent in Alabama, and he was in his early 30s. Beverly Young Nelson accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 years old.


    Moore has denied the allegations and remained in the race amid calls from elected Republicans for him to drop out. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell softened his tone on Moore on Sunday, and said “the people of Alabama” should decide whether Moore belongs in the Senate.

    President Donald Trump, no stranger to running a campaign amid a flood of sexual misconduct allegations, on Monday urged Alabama voters to support Moore.

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  • skpjr78
    skpjr78 Members Posts: 7,311 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2017
    Roy Moore, the GOP and the so called "Christian" conservatives are the very reasons I'm no longer a Christian. 🤬 this 🤬 pos and his "family values" apologist. From the pope all the way down to the Alabama redneck trailer trash that support this clown the Christian church is full of pedos, perverts and hypocrites. I hope they all burn in hell.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-roy-moore-is-candidate-who-stands-for-what-republicans-represent
    Trump Doubles Down On Roy Moore: ‘I Think He’s Going To Do Very Well’ – Talking Points Memo

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday said Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, who numerous women have accused of sexual misconduct, is the candidate who will deliver “the things” that he and his party “represent.”

    “I think he’s going to do very well,” Trump said in response to a reporter’s shouted question during a photo opportunity at the White House.

    He said Republicans “don’t want to have a liberal Democrat in Alabama.”

    “Believe me. We want strong borders. We want stopping crime. We want to have the things that we represent,” Trump said.

    Moore’s political positions have largely been eclipsed by the allegations against him. Several women have accused Moore of misconduct, and some say he sexually pursued them when they were teenagers and he was in his early 30s.

    One woman, Leigh Corfman, said Moore initiated a sexual encounter with her when she was 14 years old, below the age of consent in Alabama, and he was in his early 30s. Another woman, Beverly Young Nelson, alleged that Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16 years old.

    Elected Republicans initially called on Moore to withdraw from the race, but have slowly filtered back to his side as time has passed. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell softened his rhetoric on Moore over the weekend. Trump, who has his own decades-long history of sexual misconduct allegations, initially backed away from the candidate but voiced his strong support on Monday.

    Moore has denied the allegations and remains in the race.

  • Copper
    Copper The WickMembers Posts: 49,532 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Roy Moore protects unborn children so he can molest them later
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/roy-moore-suggests-george-soros-is-going-to-hell
    Moore Suggests Jewish Philanthropist George Soros Is Going To Hell

    Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore on Monday suggested that George Soros, a Jewish Hungarian-born billionaire and philanthropist, is going to hell.

    “No matter how much money he’s got, he’s still going to the same place that people who don’t recognize 🤬 and morality and accept his salvation are going. And that’s not a good place,” Moore said on conservative Christian radio host Bryan Fischer’s show.

    Moore on Monday accused Soros of “pushing an agenda.”

    “His agenda is sexual in nature, his agenda is liberal, and not what Americans need. It’s not our American culture,” he said. “Soros comes from another world that I don’t identify with. I wish I could face him directly, and I’d tell him the same thing.”

    Fischer worked for the American Family Association, a group the Southern Poverty Law Center categorized as an anti-LGBT hate group, until the group distanced itself from his extreme positions. Moore in November blamed “the lesbian, 🤬 , bisexual, transgender who want to change our culture” for the flood of sexual misconduct allegations that numerous women have raised against him.

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/flake-donates-to-doug-jones-campaign-country-over-party
    GOP Sen. Flake Donates To Democrat Doug Jones: ‘Country Over Party’

    Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) on Tuesday donated to Alabama Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones hours after President Donald Trump doubled down on his support for Republican candidate Roy Moore, who stands accused of sexual misconduct.

    “Country over Party,” Flake tweeted, along with a picture of his $100 donation to Jones’ campaign.

    Hours earlier, Flake sat next to Trump as the President predicted that Moore, who numerous women have accused of sexual misconduct, will “do very well” for Alabama.

    Trump also boasted about “unity” within the Republican Party. Flake, who announced in October that he will retire in 2018, has been an outspoken critic of the President, appeared to react to that claim with discomfort.



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  • fortyacres
    fortyacres Members, Moderators Posts: 4,480 Regulator
    edited December 2017

    Sadly i think Roy Moore is still going to win (and boy i hope im wrong)

    As hypocritical as it sounds

    For an evangelical christian to vote for abortion and 🤬 marriage is unimaginable, but they can vote to forgive a "fellow christian" and i think thats how its gonna work and we may not like the looks of it , but thats how it will play out down there. Their motivations are different.

    The fact that Steve Bannon and The Republican party really re endorsing him shows they are confident in him winning. Irregardless of how we coastal people, twitter folks and Late Night TVs cry , it is what it is. It just Visceral and tribal 🤬 .
  • farris2k1
    farris2k1 Members Posts: 1,937 ✭✭✭✭✭
    fortyacres wrote: »

    Sadly i think Roy Moore is still going to win (and boy i hope im wrong)

    As hypocritical as it sounds

    For an evangelical christian to vote for abortion and 🤬 marriage is unimaginable, but they can vote to forgive a "fellow christian" and i think thats how its gonna work and we may not like the looks of it , but thats how it will play out down there. Their motivations are different.

    The fact that Steve Bannon and The Republican party really re endorsing him shows they are confident in him winning. Irregardless of how we coastal people, twitter folks and Late Night TVs cry , it is what it is. It just Visceral and tribal 🤬 .
    Yep, i think he will too, will be very suprised if he doesnt

  • babelipsss
    babelipsss Members Posts: 2,517 ✭✭✭✭✭
    He will win. Probably in a landslide. The religious right runs this country and he brings up 🤬 every five mins. Plus it's the deep South. They aren't letting CNN or the NYT tell them what to do. They will vote the other way just to spite them.
  • stringer bell
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    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-congress-moore/republican-party-backs-senate-candidate-moore-official-idUSKBN1DZ2QS
    Republican Party backs Senate candidate Moore: official

    (Reuters) - The Republican Party will resume funding the U.S. Senate campaign of Roy Moore after President Donald Trump endorsed the Alabama Republican, who is accused of sexual misconduct involving teenage girls.

    The Republican National Committee had transferred $50,000 to the Alabama Republican Party in support of Moore, an RNC official said on Tuesday. No RNC staff have been deployed to the state.

    The state party can use the money as it sees fit, the official told Reuters on condition of anonymity.

    Later on Tuesday, an RNC official said a second transfer for the sum of $120,000 was made to the Alabama state Republican Party on Moore’s behalf, making the total $170,000.


    The RNC cut ties with Moore last month after several women accused the former Alabama judge of sexual assault or misconduct when they were teenagers and Moore was in his early 30s.

    Moore, 70, has denied the accusations. Reuters has not independently verified the reports.

    On Monday, the White House said Trump had called Moore to give him his support. In a tweet that acknowledged the president’s endorsement, Moore quoted Trump as saying: “Go get ‘em, Roy!”

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/report-trump-believes-moore
    Report: Trump Believes Moore’s Denials Of Sexual Misconduct

    President Donald Trump has told confidants that he believes Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore is innocent of the charges of sexual misconduct made against him by multiple women, the Daily Beast reported Wednesday.

    Citing unnamed sources close to the President — including an administration official and a friend of Trump’s — the Daily Beast reported that Trump believes a purported inscription from Moore in a yearbook belonging to Beverly Young Nelson is a forgery, echoing the candidate’s talking point.

    Nelson has accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 and he was an assistant district attorney. Leigh Corfman told the Washington Post Moore initiated sexual contact with her when she was 14 and he was 32. Others accuse Moore of pursuing relationships with them when they were teenagers. Moore has denied all wrongdoing.

    “This is not something he’s struggling with,” one unnamed senior White House official told the publication, referring to Trump’s belief of Moore’s denials.

    In November, White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short said of the President: “If he did not believe that the women’s accusations were credible he would be down campaigning for Roy Moore. He has not done that.”

    In the subsequent weeks, Trump did in fact endorse Moore by name and advocate for his election. On Friday, four days before the Dec. 12 special election to fill Attorney Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat, Trump will hold a campaign event in Pensacola, Florida, less than an hour from Alabama. AL.com reported that his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, sent robocalls inviting Alabama voters to the event.


    On Tuesday, a reporter asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders how the President “reached the conclusion that all of Moore’s accusers — including those who have put forward evidence — are lying.”

    “Didn’t say they were lying,” Sanders responded. “The President’s position hasn’t changed; still finds those concerning.”

    Asked for comment by TPM Wednesday, Sanders did not respond to say whether she stood by the remark.

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://www.mediaite.com/online/roy-moore-america-was-last-great-when-families-were-united-even-though-we-had-slavery/
    Roy Moore: America Was Last Great When Families Were United, ‘Even Though We Had Slavery’

    Just when you thought the Alabama Senate race couldn’t get any uglier or insane, a potentially pro-slavery quote from one of the candidates resurfaced on Thursday. And, yes, it is from embattled GOP nominee Roy Moore.

    Back in September, the Los Angeles Times did a lengthy profile of the Alabama GOP primary runoff between Moore and incumbent Luther Strange, who had been endorsed by President Donald Trump. Buried down in the article was a description of an interaction between Moore and an African-American attendee of one of his rallies.

    Just read it for yourself:

    In response to a question from one of the only African Americans in the audience — who asked when Moore thought America was last “great” — Moore acknowledged the nation’s history of racial divisions, but said: “I think it was great at the time when families were united — even though we had slavery — they cared for one another…. Our families were strong, our country had a direction.”

    Yep. It certainly appears that the ex-judge is making the claim that America was better when the country had slavery.







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  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Well atleast roy moore admitted it. 🤬 a dog whistle. 🤬 tellin his ppl america was great during slavery, no code words. 🤬 the 🤬 . He is owning his hate.
  • stringer bell
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    Roy Moore Supporter Call African Americans ‘Stupid’ For Not Voting Republican

    Ahead of next week’s much-anticipated and highly watched Senate special election, prominent Republican pollster Frank Luntz traveled down to Alabama to arrange a focus group of twelve Roy Moore supporters. Luntz pressed the group of voters on their support of the embattled candidate, who has been accused of initiating sexual contact with a 14-year old girl when he was 32 and attempting to 🤬 a 16-year-old.

    After the conservative voters dismissed the allegations against Moore by claiming it was all a plot hatched by Democrats and the mainstream media, all while believing all the accusations against former President Bill Clinton, Luntz moved on a discussion on race. Namely, he wanted to know why he was unable to find any black voters for his focus group who supported Moore.

    One woman claimed that Alabama had rid itself of all racial problems after the ’80s and it was only when Barack Obama was elected that race relations got worse. When other women said race relations in Alabama aren’t that bad and why does everything have to be about race, Luntz explained that 97% of African American voters were going to vote for Democrat Doug Jones.

    “Does that not concern you?” Luntz asked the group, leading to one woman to say it did but it only showed that Moore didn’t do a good enough job campaigning.

    “So why aren’t they voting Republican?” Luntz countered, causing an older gentleman to say it was because “they listen to people that have influence over them.”

    The GOP pollster then asked the man why black voters don’t vote for conservative candidates if they’ve been so destroyed by Democrats and their policies. And the answer he got was absolutely shocking.

    “Well, in my opinion, they be stupid,” the man said, leaving Luntz stunned. “If you vote for somebody that’s making you worse and worse, you call that smart or stupid?”


    This was followed by another voter wondering aloud why black voters don’t support Moore because they should be against illegal immigrants taking away their jobs and abortion.

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