One Roy Moore Accuser Puts The Final Nail In His Senate Coffin With A Powerful Open Letter

Leigh Corfman who accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of preying on her when she was a 14-year-old girl has released a devastating open letter to Moore that drives home the point that he should never be the Senator from Alabama.

Corfman wrote:
Finally, last night, you did the dirty work yourself. You called me malicious, and you questioned my motivation in going public.

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I explained my motivation on the Today show. I said that this is not political for me, this is personal. As a 14-year old, I did not deserve to have you, a 32-year old, prey on me. I sat quietly for too long, out of concern for my family. No more.

I am not getting paid for speaking up. I am not getting rewarded from your political opponents. What I am getting is stronger by refusing to blame myself and speaking the truth out loud.

But when you personally denounced me last night and called me slanderous names, I decided that I am done being silent. What you did to me when I was 14-years old should be revolting to every person of good morals. But now you are attacking my honesty and integrity. Where does your immorality end?

The least shocking moment of 2017 came when the President who has been accused of sexual assault by 17 women offered a full-throated endorsement of a Republican Senate candidate who is accused of being a child molester. The illusion of Teflon Don was shattered when Trump and his party got trounced on Election Day 2017. Corfman’s letter makes the Trump endorsement look like an even bigger mistake.

Roy Moore is a dead candidate walking, and as Republicans try to jam a tax bill through the Senate that takes away healthcare and raises taxes on the middle class and poor, Corfman’s question can be asked of the Republican Party. Where does their immorality end?

Moore looks like he is toast, which is another underreported reason why Republicans are quickly trying to jam their tax cuts for the rich through Congress, but this is about more than politics. When a political party stands behind a child molester, that party has no moral decency.

The nomination of Roy Moore in Alabama was not a mistake. It was a reveal of what the Republican Party has become