Roy Moore’s loss was truly a win for the fake media and political establishment.
Virtually every leftist politician came out to rub their win in the faces of conservatives.
And when Bill Clinton tried to do the same, his own past came back to bite him.
Tons of doubt was cast onto the sexual misconduct claims against Roy Moore.
But that wasn’t enough for Moore to overcome, and he was handed a defeat against Democrat Doug Jones.
Just after the election, former President Bill Clinton took to Twitter to congratulate Doug Jones for his victory.
Congratulations, Doug Jones. You were a great US Attorney, and you ran a terrific campaign. You deserve this win. It’s a win for the people of Alabama.
— Bill Clinton (@BillClinton) December 13, 2017
But it didn’t take long for Twitter to point out the fact that the same accusations levied against Roy Moore were levied against Bill Clinton.
Oh dear God Bill u r the very last person who should make a response here. You were caught red handed and lied lied lied. Plase keep your mouth closed and your pants on for the sake of ur family if u care, though u have proved they r not valuable 2 u already
— Tammy Stuart (@trstuart05) December 13, 2017
Not only were the accusations against Roy Moore similar to ones against Bill Clinton, Clinton’s accusations go a step further and has proof to back them.
He was forced out of office due to sexual misconduct.
As reported by Newsweek:
“Alleged sexual predator and former President Bill Clinton took to Twitter Tuesday night to celebrate the defeat of Republican candidate Roy Moore, a fellow politician accused of similar crimes.
“Congratulations, Doug Jones. You were a great US Attorney, and you ran a terrific campaign. You deserve this win. It’s a win for the people of Alabama,” Clinton tweeted shortly after Democrat Doug Jones narrowly won a U.S. Senate seat in the deeply conservative state.
The controversial race, which transformed into a campaign about women’s rights because of allegations of sexual misconduct against Moore, resurfaced decades-old accusations against Clinton as the country debated its own morality and questioned if it’s acceptable to elect men accused of such egregious acts to public office.
Clinton, the husband of 2016 Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, was notoriously caught having an extramarital affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and was accused by Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick of sexual assault. Moore, a former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, has been accused by at least eight women of sexual harassment or assault while they were minors or young women.
The accusations drew parallels between Moore and Clinton, who both have vehemently denied any sexual misconduct. Marc A. Thiessen, a fellow with the American Enterprise Institute and former chief speechwriter to President George W. Bush, recently penned an op-ed in The Washington Post claiming Moore took a page right out of Bill Clinton’s survival plan.”
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