Gloria Allred Holds Press Conference To Accuse Moore Of Rape, Child Abuse & Threats Of RetaliationChris Menahan
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Gloria Allred, much like her Harvey Weinstein defending daughter Lisa Bloom, is not very good at selling a lie.
While the Washington Post ran a rather masterful piece of propaganda accusing Roy Moore of having inappropriate sexual relations with a 14-year-old, Allred held a press conference Monday with a new accuser that claims Moore threatened to rape her when she was 16, telling her, "You're just a child and I am the District Attorney of Etowah County, and if you tell anyone about this, no one will ever believe you."
The Washington Post's story was believable because it appears Moore did have consensual relationships with legal, older teens when he was in his early 30's. Three out of four women in the piece were of legal age and none of them accused him of sexual assault. Only one claimed she was 14 and took her to his house in the woods and groped her, though she said he stopped when she said no and they continued to date afterwards. A story like that is almost believable because it's not over the top, though the fact it allegedly happened 39 years ago and the accuser has an admittedly questionably history has made many skeptical.
Unlike the Washington Post, Gloria Allred wouldn't know subtlety if it hit her in the face.
Here's some highlights from her press conference Monday afternoon from AL.com:
2:14 p.m. Allred says Nelson isn't exploring civil or criminal options against Moore. Lawyer calls for Moore to be subpoenaed to testify at a Senate hearing.It's "not political" even though all of Allred's demands are political.
Moore's campaign fired back with a statement of their own:
"Gloria Allred is a sensationalist leading a witch hunt, and she is only around to create a spectacle," said the statement, attributed to Moore campaign chair Bill Armistead. "Allred was the attorney who claims credit for giving us Roe v. Wade which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies."Moore's wife said Sunday the allegations are "just not true."
Nonetheless, Mitch McConnell said he believes these women entirely and Moore should step aside:
Moore countered saying McConnell should step aside as he's "failed conservatives."
Moore held a press conference of his own Monday night:
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