Roy Moore Complains About Society’s ‘Immorality’ And Calls Critics ‘Pure Evil’ While New Evidence Surfaces Against Him
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is accused by six women of sexual misconduct when they were teens, complained about society’s “immorality” and called his critics “pure evil.”
Moore, who is accused of the attempted rape of a 14-year-old girl, made his comments during an interview with American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer, notes Right Wing Watch:
What they’ve done to me is not only unforgivable, it’s just pure hatred, and it’s pure spite and it’s pure evil and wrong.
Moore also claimed the Washington establishment “do not want me to take the truth of our Constitution and our God to Washington, D.C.”
Moore said that criticism of him is evidence that “immorality permeates every aspect of our society.”
Moore advised the country to acknowledge that Almighty God is the “true source” of morality.
While Moore lectured the country, one of his accusers, Debbie Wesson Gibson, unearthed a graduation card from Moore who claims not to know any of his accusers (video below).
According to The Washington Post, the card reads:
Happy graduation Debbie. I wanted to give you this card myself. I know that you’ll be a success in anything you do. Roy.