(National Sentinel) Legal Action: U.S. Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore announced plans over the weekend to file a lawsuit against the Washington Post over its story last week quoting four women who claim he either sexually abused them or tried to date them as teenagers.
As reported by Breitbart News, whose reporters were invited to a private event Sunday evening in Montgomery, Ala., Moore also said he planned to hold the Post liable for a series of other reports targeting his candidacy, his wife Kayla, and his foundation.
“Shortly after becoming the Republican nominee for the United States Senate, the Washington Post published an article attacking me, my wife, my Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, Alabama, on my salary,” he told a crowd of about 100, Breitbart reported.
They said I took over a million dollars. There were not a million dollars. I wish I had a million dollars. In fact, I didn’t take the money they awarded me for a salary because I had my own recognition and opted to embrace that salary myself and not take anything from the foundation. So my salary collection wasn’t so much. Over eight years it would have been about $87,000 a year—so I had to take a note and a mortgage for the rest of it. But I never got the money. So, the Washington Post finally realized this after they published an article saying my wife and I got a million dollars, saying, “you didn’t pay taxes for what you didn’t get.”
The senatorial candidate then addressed the most recent story.
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“So about 30 days before the general election, just the other day, the Washington Post published another attack on my character and reputation because they are desperate to stop my political campaign. These attacks said I was with a minor child and are false and untrue—and for which they will be sued,” he said, to an ovation from the crowd.
“We have four children. I have a daughter. I have five granddaughters. I have the highest regard for the protection of young ladies,” he noted further.
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