The political world was rocked when one candidate was accused of being creepy around children.
They were shocking allegations that no one could believe.
Now all hell broke loose when one video surfaced that proved the charges.
Vice President Joe Biden has a history of getting too close for comfort with women.
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Liberals who are attacking Judge Roy Moore on questionable allegations of sexual impropriety need to tend to their own house.
Last year, radio host Mark Simone tweeted out a video of the Vice President groping women – some of whom were children.
The Daily Mail reports:
“Still battered by accusations that he made unwanted advances on women and touched them without consent, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is pointing to vice president Joe Biden’s ‘long history of groping.’
Trump Monday morning retweeted a video posted by New York broadcaster Mark Simone titled, ‘Watch Joe Biden’s Long History Of Grabbing, Kissing and Groping Women Who Are Cringing.’
The video, set to mood music that might be found in a 1970s skin flick, stitches together footage of Biden, known as a back-slapping politician when he was in the Senate, touching, massaging, and whispering to a number of women during televised swearing-in ceremonies there.”
Conservatives are wondering why liberals – and the so-called “mainstream” media – are quick to condemn Judge Moore based on unproven allegations, but casually dismiss Biden being caught on film acting in a creepy manner.
Furthermore, the timing of the allegations against Moore is suspicious, as it dropped one month before the special election to fill Jeff Sessions’ senate seat.
Moore’s accuser claims the incident happened nearly 38 years ago, so many are wondering why this is just surfacing now.
Judge Moore has strongly denied the allegations on the campaign trail.
“I’ve been married 32 years so far, it will be 33 in a few weeks,” Moore continued:
We have four children. I have a daughter. I have five granddaughters. I have the highest regard for the protection of young ladies.
When I returned to Gadsen 40 years ago after military service, I went to work at the office of the District Attorney. I have been a student of the law for over 40 years in and out of public office, served as a judge, a prosecutor, a defense lawyer, then Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. To be attacked for sexual impropriety contradicts my entire career in law.
I want to make this clear: I have not provided alcoholic beverages to a minor. I have not been guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone. These allegations come only four weeks—30 days, about—before the general election. Why now? For 40 years I’ve been so scrutinized in the press, investigated by the attorney general at one time years ago, investigated by the Judicial Inquiry Commission of the Court of the Judiciary. I’ve run five statewide campaigns, every one of them hotly contested. Three county elections, every one of them hotly contested. And you know I’ve been at the center of two national controversies over religious liberty, one over the Ten Commandments—the other over same-sex marriage.
To think that these charges come just 30 days prior to the general election is incomprehensible.”
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