MONTGOMERY, Ala. — After all the charges, denials, claims and promises, Alabama voters have had their say. Polls closed across the state Tuesday night after a scandal-stained Senate election campaign that tested the limits of party loyalty in the age of President Donald Trump and — win or lose — promised significant political consequences for Republicans everywhere.
At the center of the special election was fiery Christian conservative Roy Moore — “Judge Moore” to his supporters. The 70-year-old Republican was twice ousted as state Supreme Court chief justice after flouting federal law. This year he attempted a political resurrection against party officials horrified by accusations that he was guilty of sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
In Moore’s path stood Democrat Doug Jones, 63, a former U.S. attorney best known for prosecuting two Ku Klux Klansmen who killed four black girls in Birmingham’s infamous 1963 church bombing.
Conservatives are clinging to their perverts instead of their Bibles.
By Elijah Helton firstname.lastname@example.org
Several years ago, when scrolling through Facebook was still something everyone did, I came across a post that said something like, “When a dog attacks a child, it’s put to sleep. Shouldn’t we do the same with child molesters?” Another post claimed if
The former child star, famous for hits including “The Goonies” and “Lost Boys,” appeared on “The Dr. Oz Show” Monday to let the rest of the world listen in on audio tapes of his interview with the authorities. After Feldman told the female detective speaking to him that he was molested and Grissom may be back in California, she said, “We’ll let you know if we run across him,” then laughed.
“Hahaha funny stuff,” Feldman told Dr. Oz after listening to the audio with the rest of the audience.
There is a special election in Alabama tomorrow to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he became the Attorney General. It pits a man who has a taste for underage girls, argues in favor of rapists, has written the sole dissenting opinion in rape cases favoring a rapist.
He believes a woman’s sexual history is fair game. For obvious reasons, he doesn’t believe in statutory rape and has argued a child in a rape case was not forced into sex.
He is sacrilegious, stating last week Government is God. That violates the separation of Church and State not to mention is idolatry in the Judeo-Christian religions. If one wishes to offend The Deity, just compare God to the government. He also states the USA was
Metropolitan Police officers forced their way into a home in New Butt Lane, Deptford, in the early hours of December 4, following a tip-off from a neighbor concerned for the welfare of the man living there.
Inside, police found the bodies of Noel Brown, 69, and his daughter Marie Brown, 41, a crèche worker from Southwark. Police believe Noel was murdered between November 30 and December 4 and his daughter may have been killed between December 2 and December 4.
An inquest held at Southwark Coroner’s Court on Monday heard that the provisional cause of death for Noel Brown was “neck compression” and his daughter’s injuries were also “consistent with neck compression.” Detectives from the Homicide and Major Crime Command are investigating.
Police believe the 69-year-old convicted pedophile may have been targeted by vigilantes or thugs who knew he had won significant sums at betting shops that he was known to frequent. Police
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and his guests questioned the morals of Alabama voters will to back Roy Moore in his U.S. Senate race.
The “Morning Joe” host said Moore should have been disqualified from serving even before nearly a dozen women accused him of molestation and sexually predatory behavior when they were teenagers and he was an assistant prosecutor in his 30s.
“He believes that the 13th and 14th Amendments should be done away with, which, of course, were the amendments after the Civil War that ended slavery,” Scarborough said. “Of course, he also came out last week with a quote that said we were — when was America last great again? A single black audience member asked, and he responded back — times of slavery, families were closer together.”
“(Moore praised) Vladimir Putin, talking about how America is the center of the evil of the world, and Putin may be more of a
“There is some psychic satisfaction in selling the only asset that this man has,’’ the boys’ lawyer, Scott Charnas, said of convicted pedophile David Hartshorn.
“The boys will never get enough money, but maybe this will help give them a little bit of a start in life.”
Hartshorn, 59, who was once named Coach of the Year at the Rochdale Village Little League, pleaded guilty in 2012 to having sex with three boys inside the home at 170-10 144th St. and filming the horrific acts.
He is now serving 18 years behind bars.
The victims sued and won damages of around $3.1 million, but the house was Hartshorn’s only asset, Charnas said.
The home will have a minimum bid of $200,000 at sheriff’s sale Wednesday, said Misha Haghani,
Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm whose Democrat-financed Russia dossier fueled an FBI investigation into Donald Trump, pitched other stories about the Republican presidential candidate to Washington reporters, including an attempt to tie him to a convicted pedophile who was once buddies with former President Bill Clinton.
Journalist sources told The Washington Times that Fusion founder Glenn Simpson pushed the idea of a close relationship between Mr. Trump and Jeffrey Epstein, who pleaded guilty in 2008 to soliciting sex from an underage girl.
The Trump-Epstein link appears purely social, far short of Mr. Clinton’s 20-plus plane rides on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private jet around the globe in the early 2000s.
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