The candidacy of former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who is a strong defender of the deep value of Biblical law in our society, has proven to be one of the most controversial political stories of the entire year.
Moore has now been accused by five women who claim that he conducted himself inappropriately in a sexual manner with then when they were teenagers.
Many have interpreted these allegations as being politically motivated. They might either be cooked up by establishment Republicans who want mainstream conservative Luther Strange to fill Jeff Sessions’ old Senate seat, or by Democrats who want to steal the seat that has long been held by Republicans.
Regardless where you stand on if the charges against Moore are true or not, radio host Rush Limbaugh had some very interesting insight about what Moore was like at the time he is accused of making the sexual advances. Stated Limbaugh on his show, “So no matter what the real stories are here and no matter what the evidence is, these guys, these people on the Republican side are making it clear they’re going to prevent this guy from ever being seated in the United States Senate.”
He then revealed, “Did you know that before 1992 when a lot of this was going on that Judge Moore was a Democrat? You didn’t know that? How about all these people now saying, ‘Oh, yeah, yeah, everybody here knew about Judge Moore. Oh-ho-ho, yeah, good old boy we’ve known about Judge Moore for a long time.’ While he was a Democrat. Nobody said a word. When he supposedly was attracted to inappropriately aged girls, he was a Democrat. For what it’s worth.” Some people are saying this is irrelevant, and others say it’s deeply important. What do you think? Watch below: