South Carolina Pastor Defends Roy Moore: ‘More Women Are Sexual Predators Than Men’
Pastor Franklin Raddish, of the Capitol Hill Independent Baptist Ministries in South Carolina, recently defended Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by nine women.
Raddish told the Alabama Media Group:
More women are sexual predators than men. Women are chasing young boys up and down the road, but we don’t hear about that because it’s not PC.
Raddish failed to provide any evidence of his claim, but added that there is a “war on men.”
Raddish falsely claimed that no one told President Donald Trump or President Bill Clinton to step down when they were accused of sexual misconduct:
No one told Trump to stand down, what about the allegations against Clinton and his extramarital affair? The Democrats made a laughing stock out of those women. And now Al Franken is keeping his job.
After attacking the alleged victims of Moore, Raddish went after the victims’ mothers:
Also, why did the mothers of these women not come forward. The mother knew, the family knew, and not one of them did anything. Any mother with red blood that found out her daughter had been violated would have kicked down doors.
However, not one of the accusers has claimed that Moore had sexually violated them. One woman said that Moore attempted to rape her when she was 14 years old, but she stopped him.
In 2015, Raddish called the U.S. Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage “unconstitutional,” and called the justices “unelected lawyers,” noted the Montgomery Advertiser.
The U.S. Constitution notes that the justices shall be appointed, not elected.
Pastor David Floyd of Marvyn Parkway Baptist Church in Opelika, Alabama, blamed the Democrats, reports the Alabama Media Group:
This attack on Judge Moore is an attempt by the Democrats to sway voters in Alabama. I don’t believe those women. In this country you are innocent until proven guilty.
Pastor Paul Hubbard of Lakeview Baptist Church in Montgomery told WSFA that if Moore has done what people say he’s done he should “be arrested and tried in court… but accusations are just accusations.”
Hubbard failed to note that Alabama’s statute of limitations prevents Moore from being charged for these alleged incidents in the 1970s.