Sen. Roy Moore ‘a Bible-waving pimp’

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Leigh Corfman says Roy Moore molested her when she was 14. I have not read that she is seeking fame or money. My impression is that she wants her story heard to change the dirty double standard that powerful and influential men can have their way with young women and get away with it.

As disgusting as Moore is to me, his wife Kayla is far worse. When she rallies her church-women friends in front of the Alabama capitol in support of her predator husband, and a man in the back row holds a sign with a cross saying take a stand for God, I see how far my country has fallen into depravity.

When Jesus said to suffer the little children to come to him, I dont think any of them had to worry about having their clothes taken off. I see Roy Moore as a Bible-waving pimp and his wife as his chief procurer. They have made harlots of the Commandments and Gospel to gain political power and the wealth that comes with it.

Even the woman governor of Alabama, Kay Ivey, has thrown away her decency to side with them. Perhaps these whitewashed people full of corruption will indeed gain the whole world, since they seem to have already lost their souls.

As Ivanka Trump has rightly said, there is a special place in hell for the likes of them.

Michael Merchant

Kalispell

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