Amid Sex Abuse Allegations, Roy Moore Decides To ALSO Lie About Church Endorsements

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It seems that Roy Moore, the dirty old man running for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat, has broken another one of the Ten Commandments he clings to in his Holy Bible by lying about having the current endorsement of Alabama pastors and churches.

The disgraced former judge and his wife Kayla posted a letter on her Facebook page Monday that was originally published on Moore’s campaign website back in August. That letter had been signed by 53 pastors BEFORE the sexual allegations against Moore were made public.

It seems the Moores have forgotten the 9th Commandment in Exodus: Thou shalt not bear false witness. You know, the one that reads “Honesty must always characterize our speech and conduct.”

But wait, the Moores did more than that. In reposting the letter, Roy and Kayla deleted three paragraphs of that August letter, and one of the key sentences in those paragraphs urged voters to join the Moores “at the polls on Tuesday, August 15th.” You see, that was the date of Alabama’s GOP primary race in which Moore ran against his Republican opponent Luther Strange.

Several of these pastors have now turned on Moore. Thank gawd!

Two of the pastors have asked for their names to be removed, saying they were unaware the letter would be recycled: Tijuanna Adetunji of the Fresh Anointing House of Worship in Montgomery, and Thad Endicott of the Heritage Baptist Church. Another pastor isn’t even with the church he mentioned anymore.

So much for the pastors touting Moore’s “unwavering faith in God and his immovable convictions for Biblical principles.”

After four women came out to reveal that Moore had pursued them as teenagers, the National Republican Senatorial Committee refused to endorse Moore for the senate race. One of the women went so far accuse Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was just 14 years old. Another woman, Beverly Young Nelson,  held a press conference Monday, revealing that Moore assaulted her in 1977.

“I thought that he was going to rape me,” Nelson said.

“He looked at me, and he told me, ‘You’re just a child.’ And he said, ‘I am the district attorney of Etowah County, and if you tell anyone about this, no one will ever believe you,’” she added.

That makes five women who have come forward as of Tuesday. And who knows how many more women will be coming forward, as it seems to be a pattern for this pervert.

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