The Republican establishment long-knives are out for Alabama’s U.S. Senate nominee, Judge Roy Moore.
A slew of women (30) have come out and accused Moore of having hit on them when they were teens, one saying that he “attempted to engage in a sexual encounter” when she was only 14.
Again, these types of accusations are much like those levied against President Trump, President Clinton, and many other individuals.
First it was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who stated that if the allegations were true, then Moore should step down and allow for someone else to represent the GOP in the December special election.
Now two other prominent members of the U.S. Congress, Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Carlos Curbelo, are expressing their opinions in the case against Moore.
Curbelo went as far as to blatantly accuse and judge Moore, calling him “unfit” and “despicable.”
Not my state; not my chamber but this man is despicable and should step down. To call him "unfit" is generous. https://t.co/9ERLrjJ33U
— Carlos Curbelo (@carloslcurbelo) November 10, 2017
Rubio used the same tone McConnell used, saying that if the allegations are proven to be accurate, then Moore should step aside.
Moore’s Florida-based General Consultant, Brett Doster, took to Twitter to call out of the “GOP establishment” for holding hands and “colluding” with liberal Democrats.
Interesting how the GOP establishment is lining up with Libs to attack @MooreSenate before weighing evidence. Almost like they were colluding – as usual. They'll be proven wrong, and @MooreSenate will win in 4 weeks. #ALSEN
— Brett Doster (@BrettDoster) November 10, 2017