BREAKING: Roy Moore Makes Public Statement on Sex Allegations
Roy Moore was interviewed this afternoon on Sean Hannity’s radio show, and hotly denied any misconduct and all of the allegations against him.
Forgive my typo. *Corfman.
Here are some more of his comments from the show.
HANNITY: “Let me go back to Corfman for a minute because this is the issue here. She gives specific instances, where (Hannity recounts allegation in detail, including the touching.)” Now those are specific charges she’s making. and I think, you know, obviously it’s about a month away from this election campaign. Um, are you stating, none of, is it your position, none of that ever happened?
MOORE: It never happened and I don’t even like hearing it because it never happened, and their doing this a month away, four weeks away after forty years in public service. I’ve run five successful campaigns, or five campaigns, statewide campaigns, three in the county. This has never been brought up. It’s never been mentioned. And all of a sudden four weeks out they’re bringing it up. They’re bringing it up because it’s political. It’s a direct attack on this campaign, and it involves a fourteen-year old girl, which I would have never had any contact with, Nothing with her mother or in A courthouse or anywhere else. In fact, her allegations contradict the whole behavior pattern that the other, other, that two of the young ladies even witnessed theirself (sic).
From a different part of the interview:
Sean went on after a break to discuss the reactions of fellow members of the GOP, including John McCain in particular.
Here is Moore’s reply:
“If you step aside for any allegation then you might as well not run, because you’re gonna get allegations. First, I would tell these [REPUBLICANS LIKE MCCAIN AND ROMNEY] they wouldn’t make good judges, they wouldn’t make good, uh, people in the judicial system, because you are innocent until proven guilty. In this case, this woman has waited over forty years to bring a complaint, four weeks out of an election. It’s obvious to the casual observer that something’s up. We’re also doing an investigation and we have some evidence of collusion here but we’re not ready to put that to the public yet.”
This posted around the same time as the interview began:
Stay tuned, we will have more from the interview.