Just when you think it can’t get worse for Roy Moore it does. Just when you think the Republican party can no longer support Moore for Senate, it does. The chairman of the Alabama Republican Party warned she’s ready to enforce strict rules on party purity in the state’s Senate race, even if it means kicking GOP candidates off the ballot in future elections.
“It would be a serious error for any current elected GOP official or candidate to publicly endorse another party’s candidate, an independent, a third party or a write in candidate in a general election as well,” she warned.”
Yet the truth seems to be incontrovertible. Now the manager of a shopping mall has confessed that Moore was banned from a shopping mall for stalking young girls. Girls were asked to tell the security guard if they saw him so the security guard could remove him.
Earlier this month, six women went on the record with the Los Angeles Times to accuse Brett Ratner of sexual harassment and abuse. And last week, actress Ellen Page penned a Facebook post recounting a moment on the set of X-Men: The Last Stand — which Ratner directed — alleging that Ratner harassed her by specifically telling another woman to “fuck her to make her realize she’s [Page is] gay.” Actress Anna Paquin, who starred alongside Page in that movie, said she witnessed that moment. Gal Gadot, the amazing star of Wonder Woman, has taken a stand against Ratner, and refused to make any more movies as long as Ratner is involved with the Wonder Woman franchise.
Bill Cosby,Roger Ailes, Bill O’Reilly, Tim Cain, Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, Brett Ratner, and Roy Moore are each men who held powerful positions, but are being outed for their sexual misconduct and harassment, and abuse. Women are standing up and saying “NO MORE”. It’s not about Republicans or Democrats, it’s about right an wrong.
Women turn out in higher percentages to vote, by 16%. There are roughly 5 million more women in the United States than men. Current census reports indicate there are 157 million women in the U.S. and only 151.8 million men. Women are refusing to be victims any more. If Roy Moore stays on the ballot he will surely lose the election. Make no mistake. People are still praying for Moore, misguided as they are.
If Roy stays on the ballot in Alabama, I predict Roy will be deafened by the roar of women!