Stefan Molyneux Analyzes the Accusations Against Judge Roy Moore (R-AL), Senatorial Candidate

Stefan Molyneux analyzes the scandal around Judge Roy Moore, the Republican candidate in the senate race in Alabama who is accused of initiating sexual contact with young women 40 years ago.  Molyneux sifts out the the truth by answering these four questions: Is there a motive?  What is the character of person making allegations?  Timing?  Are the people who are broadcasting the allegations consistent in their moral outrage?  Nice job, Stefan.  -GEG

Judge Roy Moore is a West Point graduate, Vietnam vet, and Constitutional scholar who is the Republican candidate in the Senate race in Alabama.  The Washington Post published allegations by four women who have accused Moore of initiating sexual contact with them in the late 1970s and early 1980s when he was a district attorney in his early 30’s, and they were teenagers.  Leigh Corfman claims she had sexual contact with Moore when she was 14; the others were above the age of consent.  The timing is highly suspect because the accusers waited almost 40 years to come forward, and did so one month before an important election.  The Washington Post has endorsed Moore’s opponent, and some GOP senators have called for Moore to step down.  Corfman has had problems with drugs and alcohol, she tried to commit suicide when she was 16 years old, she had three marriages and financial issues.
In comparison, Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) is currently on trial for corruption and has been accused of hiring child prostitutes.  His trial has been going on for two months, but it has not been mentioned even once by ABC, NBC and CBS evening news shows.  This is the first time a sitting US senator has faced a corruption trial since 1981.  None of Menendez’ fellow Democrats have called for him to step down. 
It is important to note that the Washington Post sought out the accusers while they endorsed Moore’s opponent, a Democrat.  The Washington Post is no longer publishing journalism, but by attempting to find dirt on candidates, the paper is engaging in political activism.  The Washington Post is owned by globalist Jeff Bezos.

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