This should be a lesson to so-called “christian patriots” who worship idols like Judge Roy Moore and use vicious tactics and lying for political power.
Allegations from 14-19 year old teenage girls keep mounting as city folk who knew the 30-year old Judge Roy Moore said it was common knowledge he would pick up on teenage girls at the Gadsden mall in Alabama.
Judge Roy Moore is looking more and more like a serial liar who is power hungry with likings to Harvey Weinstein and actors/producers in Hollywood.
Believers in Jesus Christ should not be afraid to stand up to people like Judge Roy Moore who lie and conduct themselves in such a fashion. Stand up and demand he repents publicly.
Proverbs 28:1 – The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.
Judge Roy Moore’s Brother Says Teen Sexual Misconduct Comparable to “Persecution of Jesus Christ”
Jerry Moore, the brother of Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, has claimed that the allegations of sexual misconduct against the Alabama politician could be compared to the persecution suffered by Jesus Christ.
Jerry Moore insisted that the accusations are not true, and revealed that the brothers are worried about what impact the controversy is going to have on their 91-year-old mother.
Jerry Moore further accused the Democratic Party of being behind the allegations, and said that the women coming forward are going to “have to answer to God for these false allegations.”
Judge Roy Moore, the Senate Republican nominee further said on Sean Hannity’s radio show that he “doesn’t remember” whether he had dated 17- or 18-year-old girls in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Locals Knew Judge Roy Moore Targeted Teens at Mall Where He Was Banned
Roy Moore’s penchant for flirting with teen girls was “common knowledge” and “not a big secret” around Gadsden, according to some area residents.
“These stories have been going around this town for 30 years,” said Blake Usry, who grew up in the area and lives in Gadsden. “Nobody could believe they hadn’t come out yet.”
“It’s not a big secret in this town about Roy Moore,” he said. “That’s why it’s sort of frustrating to watch” the public disbelieve the women who have come forward, he said.
“LEGAL OR NOT, SIN IS SIN,” a sign in front of a church in Gadsden, a small city flanked by Interstate 59 and the Coosa River, an hour northeast of Birmingham.
Two of the women say that they first met Moore at the Gadsden Mall, and the Post reports that several other women who used to work there remembered Moore’s frequent presence—“usually alone” and “well-dressed in slacks and a button-down shirt.”
Greg Legat, who is now fifty-nine and living in East Gadsden, was, from 1981 to 1985, an employee at the Record Bar, a store that was in the Gadsden Mall.
Legat says that he saw Moore there a few times, even though his understanding then was that he had already been banned. “It started around 1979, I think,”
Gadsden’s current law-enforcement community could not confirm the existence of a mall ban on Moore. But two officers I spoke to this weekend, both of whom asked to remain unnamed, told me that they have long heard stories about Moore and the mall.
One of the officers said “I actually voted for Moore. I liked him at one time. But I’m basically disgusted now, to be honest with you. Some of the things he’s said recently, I’ve changed my tune completely about this guy.”
A woman accused Roy Moore of attempting to rape her when she was 16. During a press conference with attorney Gloria Allred, Nelson said Moore trapped her in his car 40 years ago, choked her, and tried to take off her clothes before she fought him off.
Nelson said she first met Moore at the Olde Hickory House restaurant in Gadsen, Alabama, where she said she began working at age 15.
“Mr. Roy Moore was a regular customer,” she said. “He came in almost every night and he would stay until closing time. He sat at the counter in the same seat, night after night. And I remember exactly where he sat.”
Moore complimented Nelson on her looks but she did not encourage or respond to his flirtations, she said. “I was not interested in having a dating or sexual relationship with a man that was twice my age,” Nelson said.
One night at the restaurant, Nelson said Moore, 30, signed her high school yearbook: “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, D.A. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House.”
At least a week later, Nelson said Moore offered to give her a ride home after her shift ended. Nelson said she accepted the offer and planned to call her boyfriend after she arrived home. Instead of getting on the highway, she alleged, Moore parked in the back of the restaurant.
“Mr. Moore reached over and began groping me, putting his hands on my breasts,” Nelson said through tears.
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Judge Roy Moore Says Allegations Aimed to Silence Christian Conservatives
“The Obama-Clinton Machine’s liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious and nasty round of attacks against me I’ve EVER faced! We are are in the midst of a spiritual battle with those who want to silence our message,” Moore said in a statement relayed over several tweets on Thursday.
“The forces of evil will lie, cheat, steal –– even inflict physical harm –– if they believe it will silence and shut up Christian conservatives like you and me,” Moore continued.
“Our children and grandchildren’s futures are on the line. So rest assured — I will NEVER GIVE UP the fight,” he declared.
EDITOR NOTE: Judge Roy Moore needs to stop lying. Please pray to God that he repents. We know that with Jesus Christ people can change from their old behavior but this type of conduct is not okay for a Christian let alone a man acting like a spiritual leader and politician. Please pray he stops lying, he makes a public apology and asks for forgiveness.