This is the double standard that the Democrats have stood on since the days of William Jefferson Clinton. Now it’s the same with Al Franken. All the sensitivity training is not going to solve the problems of men and certain women regarding their wild oats. The timing of Roy Moore’s sexual allegations has come into question because it’s proving to be a political tactic… a very bad one I might add. Because if you’re going to use sexual harassment as a political weapon, it will be no different than the boy who is crying wolf.
Right now Charlie Rose of CBS and PBS has been called on his bluff on sexual harassment charges. When this will end, who knows? Rose is a TV personality that could be a liability to the networks he works for, thus the suspension from both media outlets.
If Moore is proven to be a schmuck, then his stance on the 10 Commandments was likely a show, even if that show did cost him his job as a judiciary. I don’t think it is an act. I think he understands the principles of the U.S. Constitution and the Holy Bible and would die to uphold those documents as natural law.
The narcissist – if not a sociopath – proved to be such so far in this case is Al Franken. Sadly he is not the only one. You have such people in both parties. I said in a previous post on NOQ Report that Bill Clinton was not impeached. Well, a reader did correct me on that one. You know though, it feels like it was all just talk, because the Senate would not impeach and remove him. I do apologize for the slight error in this but to me, Bill Clinton got away with bearing false witness and the progressives just don’t care. What matters is that their demi-gods get them their desired utopia on earth.
If Roy Moore steps down, he will only admit that he is guilty, even if he is not in this case. Franken owned out to what he did, but he will not give up his Senate seat. What does that tell you?
May Roy Moore win the U.S. Senate seat for Alabama.
Embattled with multiple allegations of sexual abuse and inappropriate conduct, Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore refuses to quit his campaign in Alabama. He still thinks he can win, despite the pleadings of national Republicans and conservative media. The truth is, he’s probably right, and D.C.’s institutional hypocrisy is to blame.
Moore’s voters are refusing to quit on him. Elected Alabama officials are defending him. Some are more enthusiastic about Moore’s campaign now than before The Washington Post first printed the bombshell allegations against Moore.