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AL Gov. Kay Ivey Will Vote For Roy Moore Even Though She Doesn’t Discount Pedophile Accusations: He’s A Republican


Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey in a press conference stated yesterday that she still plans to vote for Roy Moore in the Dec. 12 election for the U.S. Senate despite allegations of Moore’s sexual encounters with teenage girls which Moore has adamantly denied.

“I believe in the Republican Party, what we stand for, and most important, we need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on things like the Supreme Court justices, other appointments the Senate has to confirm and make major decisions. So that’s what I plan to do, vote for Republican nominee Roy Moore.”

Ivey said today she was bothered by the allegations against Moore, but had to weigh all the available information. She was asked if she believed Moore’s accusers. “I certainly have no reason to disbelieve any of them,” Ivey said. “The timing is a little curious. But at the same time, I have no reason to disbelieve them.” – The Birmingham News.

CUNT! (Yeah, yeah. I know bad word. But in this case its an exception)

Republicans: Party over country. And child victims of sexual assault for that matter.


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  1. This is a case of where there is smoke, under Alabama law that may be all there is. Depending on when these alleged events occurred. The Law for consent in sex was only changed in 2003. If these women were over 14 at the time it may be a grey area of Alabama Law. The Legal Standards and perceptions of sex abuse have changed. What was considered innocent behavior 20 years ago is not today. Even the way cases are prosecuted have changed. NY state has proposed legislation that allows 5 years from when a person “realizes” they were abused for prosecution to occur. I am still confused as to what is “real” abuse and what is “perceived” abuse.

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