MSNBC national correspondent Joy Reid took to Twitter to pose a question regarding the recent allegations against Roy Moore. The Washington Post released the stories of four women who were between the ages of 14 and 18 when Moore allegedly initiated sexual relationships with them. Moore was in his mid-30s.
Didn't we all say something similar, last year in regards our current president? (I just threw up a little having to refer to him as that.)— Caren Calamita (@MissMita) November 9, 2017
Well. That hasn’t been at the top of every hour on Fox news, so as far as Republicans are concerned, it never happened.— Gerardo Ritchey (@GerardoRitchey) November 9, 2017
Electing Roy Moore is like electing Kevin Spacey. Simmer on that thought.— Alice Currah (@SavorySweetLife) November 9, 2017
His Evangelical followers will say it doesn't matter because he's doing God's work.— Julie 🔥🔥🔥 (@vintagegoddess) November 9, 2017
Dudes like Moore never stop being inappropriate with young women.
Roy Moore is just another "Christian" hypocrite - Nothing to see here.— CS Smith (@NoOrangeGuy) November 9, 2017
Why would this make any difference? Republicans elected a man who admitted to sexual assault. The base, the evangelicals, and other elected officials were ok with it.— Greg Gilbert (@Redneck_Dem) November 9, 2017
I hope he stays in so the Dems can pick up a seat and have tiny hands go crazy— kelly wirth (@kelly57096326) November 9, 2017