(National Sentinel) Sexual Allegations: Sen. Lindsey Graham says he’s “heard enough” regarding charges of sexual misconduct by U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama Judge Roy Moore, adding in an interview this week that he “believes” his accusers.
But then the allegations kept coming, and became more specific.
“[When] the allegations first came out I said, if true he should step aside. I’ve heard enough. I believe the women,” he said.
“He was barred from a mall. His behavior was so extreme in his thirties that apparently the Gadsden mall put him on the no-fly list,” the South Carolina Republican said. “That tells me a lot. I don’t know anybody personally who’s been banned from a mall.”
Continuing, Graham said he was also worried about the potential make-up of the Senate if Moore loses, and it looks like he will, according to the most recent polling data.
“But when you put the whole puzzle together it’s pretty hard not to believe it,” he said, “it has a ring of truth and we’re gonna lose a seat we shouldn’t, and to my good friends in Alabama, your decision in the next coming weeks will determine whether or not Trump’s agenda’s successful because I don’t think Mr. [Doug] Jones [Moore’s Democratic challenger] could be an effective senator given the baggage he has, and looks like Mr. Jones is on course to win, and he’s not gonna help us at all.”
“He’s not going vote for anything on this agenda, tax reform,” Bream said of the Democratic candidate, “repealing Obamacare in part or full.”
“[Senator] Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is the biggest winner if Roy Moore loses and Trump’s the biggest loser,” Graham responded.
“Well, what if Roy Moore wins? You know there’s a lot of talk about expelling him from the Senate,” Bream continued.
“You don’t want to prejudge,” Graham said, “but I think most people up here have taken a hard look at this and believe that there’s a lot to the accusations.
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“And you know, again, if your behavior is so creepy you can’t go to the mall, it’s pretty hard to come to the Senate.”
Moore has repeatedly denied the allegations and has said they are part of an organized political campaign against him.
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