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    Trump Finds Moore Allegations ‘Troubling,’ Wants People of Alabama to Decide His Fate

    Trump Finds Moore Allegations ‘Troubling,’ Wants People of Alabama to Decide His Fate

    Trump “still firmly believes” Moore should step aside if allegations are true.

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    President Donald Trump finds the allegations of sexual assault and harassment against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore “troubling,” but thinks that the people of Alabama should decide their next senator. From USA Today:

    “Look, the president believes these allegations are very troubling and should be taken seriously, and he believes the people of Alabama should make the decision on who their senator should be,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday.

    Earlier this week, Trump said that Moore should step aside if the allegations are true. Sanders said Trump “still firmly believes this.”

    Sanders did not say if Trump will remove his endorsement of Moore or if he will campaign for him. The special election takes place in December.

    However, Sanders confirmed that “Trump supported the decision by the National Republican Senate Committee to withdraw its support for Moore’s campaign.”

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    ‘Trump “still firmly believes” Moore should step aside if allegations are true.’

    That is a big IF.

    What does Trump believe Moore should do if the allegations are bogus?

    As far as I am concerned, criticisms from those who never support Roy Moore should be treated with a heathy does of skepticism, just like 11th Hour smear campaigns!


     
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    inspectorudy | November 17, 2017 at 4:03 pm

    An interesting fact has slipped out after talking to the DA lady that worked for Moore and whose initials are on all of his documents that are singed with a stamp. She began working for Moore in 1989 and her initials began appearing after that. The yearbook “Signature” by Moore that has the DA beside “His” signature happened in 1977. That would mean that this lady who is accusing Moore, probably use the signature on the Divorce decree she got under Moore in the late 80’s when he was a judge. There are no other signatures anywhere where he has used the initials DA. I do not have the answers but to me, this seems really fishy. Also, there is now a family member who says the 14-year old was paid to tell her story. With no cross-examination of her, her story should be ignored.


       
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      Ragspierre in reply to inspectorudy. | November 17, 2017 at 4:40 pm

      “That would mean that this lady who is accusing Moore, probably use (sic) the signature on the Divorce (sic) decree she got under Moore in the late 80’s when he was a judge.”

      Only if you’re a fantasist.

      “There are no other signatures anywhere where he has used the initials DA.”

      1. you know this HOW…???

      2. what makes you think there would be…???

    I just love watching people try to twist all yearbook facts like pretzels in order to prove Moore wrote the note.

    Some are so intelligent they believe “yearbooks” are issued multiple times per year. And they call those that point out the obvious “Stupid”.

    Really, you can’t make this stuff up.


     
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    Ragspierre | November 18, 2017 at 9:46 am

    It is vital that we hear their stories. There should be no expectation, though, of a courtroom reckoning. While prosecution is practically impossible, that doesn’t absolve the culprits. Public office is a public trust, and weighing fitness for it is a matter of everyday discernment, not proof beyond a reasonable doubt. You know this when the unconvicted sociopath, fresh off his second or third harassment arrest, shows up on the doorstep looking to take your daughter out. Do you really need a jury to decide that one for you? No, they’ll never stand trial, but Franken should go away, and Roy Moore should stay away.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/453874/al-franken-should-be-expelled-senate

    As I’ve been saying…


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