Kayla Moore, wife of Judge Roy Moore, recently decided to let the liberal media in America know exactly what she thought of the allegations facing her husband, and she did not pull any punches.
Mrs. Moore claimed left-wing news outlets were publishing lies about her husband and that he was not going to step down from his campaign for the senate.
Check this out.
From Daily Wire:
Several women have come forward to accuse Judge Moore of pursuing romantic relationships with them when they were teenagers, one of whom was allegedly 14 years of age, when Moore was in his thirties. The judge has denied the allegations, though many, including some on the political Right, have been unsatisfied with Moore’s general denials and have viewed the women’s claims as credible and serious, thus calling for the judge to step aside.
Mrs. Moore suggested the accusations were merely part of a political attack.
“The liberal press — The Washington Post, who endorsed Hillary Clinton, who also endorsed our opponent — gets involved in this race,” she said.
Kayla Moore: "The people of Alabama understand what's going on here." pic.twitter.com/e1O7td2eZ6
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 17, 2017
“I have been married to this man for 32 years. We’ve been together for 33 altogether,” she said mere hours after allegations were launched at her husband. “He just has never, one time lifted a finger to me. He is the most gentle, most kind man that I have ever known in my life. He’s godly.”
The allegations against Moore have had even a number of conservatives ditching the senate candidate in the midst of serious questions about whether or not the former D.A. ever dated or had sexual relations with underage girls.
So far, Moore has refused to back down and continues to maintain his innocence, keeping his campaign going, which seems like a strong indication he might be telling the truth.
This is definitely a sticky situation to navigate and I hope it turns out he didn’t do it. If that ends up being the case, those who accused him should be prosecuted or at the very least sued.
There’s already been significant doubt cast on a yearbook that supposedly contains Moore’s signature, and the accuser’s attorney, Gloria Allread, isn’t doing much to convince the public this thing is authentic.
We’ll just have to wait and see how this all plays out.