On November 9, 2017, the Jew York Times reported that four White beauties have accused Roy Moore, the GOP Senate candidate from Alabama, and a evangelical Christian (meaning pro-Israel) had made sexual and romantic overtures to them when they’re teenagers and he was in 30s.
Roy Moore is former chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. He is quoted saying, “we must remember Israel is United States’ best friend and partner in the Middle East.”
Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican majority leader, said Roy Moore should step aside ahead of the Dec. 12 special election if the allegations were true. McConnell is the dude who along with 46 of fellow pro-Israel lawmakers received US$1 million to author a letter to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Khamenei. In the letter, the 47 Zionist pigs warned Khamenei that a deal between Obama and Tehran would be illegal as it doesn’t carry approval from the US Congress and thus might be abrogated after Barack Obama’s presidency.
David Duke slammed the 47 traitors who signed the letter by calling them, “un-Americans, who sold their souls to the Organized Jewry.”
Roy Moore, being part of Israel’s lobby, naturally called his sexual adventures with the teens as Fake News to demonize his Christian faith.
“It appears that the Republican Senate candidate is wasting no time in using the bombshell accusations to his advantage as he’s already sent out a fundraising email claiming that the report is part of a smear campaign launched by the Obama-Clinton Machine’s liberal media lapdogs,” said Justin Baragona, a Zionist propaganda rat at Mediaite.com on November 9.
Billy Graham’s Islamophobe son Franklin Graham says that “Roy Moore is one of the few people stand firm for truth and against the erosion of Biblical principles (sic).”
According to a survey by RAINN, every 98 seconds an American is sexually assaulted. And every 8 minutes that victim is a child. Meanwhile, only 6 out of 1,000 perpetrators will end up in prison.
On November 8, American author and blogger Charles Hugh Smith called United States being Culture of Rape.
“Apologists for the system that spawned this culture of rape claim that this violence is the work of a few scattered sociopaths. The apologists are wrong: The system generates a culture of rape. The engine of our culture of rape is the elevation of the entitled-insider class to untouchability: they are above the law, and more equal than others in their freedom to impose every sick sociopathology known to humanity on the powerless peasants imprisoned in our noxious neo-feudal system,”