Roy Moore accused of violently assaulting a 16-year-old girl forty years ago

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Honestly, if you’re a dude, you know the poop is about to hit the fan when Gloria Allred gets involved. Gloria Allred – more than her Weinstein Apologist daughter – is the patron saint of victims of harassment and assault. Allred’s press conferences are legendary and they really work – Allred invites the media scrum in, she sits there looking patient and sepulchral and she lets the victim speak. Yesterday, Allred’s press conference was a doozy. The Washington Post found four women who would tell their stories about Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for the Senate seat of Alabama. Roy Moore likes little girls. He spent his 30s hanging out in custody hearings and malls, picking up teenage girls, some as young as 14. But he always got their moms’ permission, don’t you know. Now Gloria Allred represents a fifth woman who claims that Roy Moore almost raped her forty years ago.

A woman on Monday accused Roy Moore of attempting to rape her when she was 16. Beverly Young Nelson is the fifth woman to accuse the Alabama Republican candidate for Senate of sexual misconduct and the first woman to accuse him of attempted rape. During a press conference with attorney Gloria Allred, Nelson said Moore trapped her in his car 40 years ago, choked her, and tried to take off her clothes before she fought him off.

Nelson said she first met Moore at the Olde Hickory House restaurant in Gadsen, Alabama, where she said she began working at age 15.

“Mr. Roy Moore was a regular customer,” she said. “He came in almost every night and he would stay until closing time. He sat at the counter in the same seat, night after night. And I remember exactly where he sat.” Moore complimented Nelson on her looks but she did not encourage or respond to his flirtations, she said. “I was not interested in having a dating or sexual relationship with a man that was twice my age,” Nelson said.

One night at the restaurant, Nelson said Moore, 30, signed her high-school yearbook: “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, D.A. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House.”

At least a week later, Nelson said Moore offered to give her a ride home after her shift ended. Nelson said she accepted the offer and planned to call her boyfriend after she arrived home. Instead of getting on the highway, she alleged, Moore parked in the back of the restaurant. Nelson said she then asked Moore what he was doing.

“Instead of answering my question, Mr. Moore reached over and began groping me, putting his hands on my breasts,” Nelson said through tears. “I tried to open my car door to leave, but he reached over and locked it so I could not get out. I tried fighting him off, while yelling at him to stop, but instead of stopping he began squeezing my neck attempting to force my head onto his crotch. I continued to struggle. I was determined that I was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with him. I was terrified. He was also trying to pull my shirt off. I thought that he was going to rape me. I was twisting and struggling and begging him to stop. I had tears running down my face.

“At some point he gave up. He then looked at me and said, ‘You are a child. I am the District Attorney of Etowah County. ‘If you tell anyone about this, no one will believe you,’” she continued. “He finally allowed me to open the car door and I either fell out or he pushed me out. I was on the ground as he pulled out of the parking area behind the restaurant. The passenger door was open as he burned rubber pulling away leaving me laying there on the cold concrete in the dark.”

[From The Daily Beast]

Nelson says Moore was so violent with her, she had bruises all around her neck the next day. She also says this is not about politics, as she and her husband both voted for Donald Trump. Nelson isn’t after money – Allred wants the Senate Judiciary Committee to launch an investigation into Roy Moore, and Nelson says she wants the chance to testify at the hearing and tell the world what Roy Moore did to her. She also says this: “I would probably have taken what Mr. Moore did to me to my grave had it not been for the courage of four other women that were willing to speak out about their experiences with Mr. Moore. Their courage has inspired me to overcome my fear.” She says that even though Breitbart, Sean Hannity and other Deplorable media figures have repeatedly attacked the four other victims for days. Brave.

Roy Moore’s current wife says that all of this is a “witch hunt” (O RLY) and she shared a letter on Facebook. It was a letter of support signed by 50 Alabama pastors. Really, Evangelicals? Really, Southern Baptists? This is the hill you want to die on, defending a violent pedophile’s Senate campaign???

Last thing: if you get a chance, read this New Yorker story which was published last night, after Nelson’s press conference. They can’t get this confirmed, but it seems that Roy Moore was banned from the local mall in his 30s because he used to go there to pick up teenage girls.

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  1. Clare says:

    Why didn’t the victims say anything 40 years ago? They should have! Someone should investigate THEM!


    note: that is sarcasm, in case it is unclear. F this d*cikhead and every POS that supports this twat. Including his wife.

    ETA – the Birmingham News have an editorial saying Moore should STFU and go away. I wonder if that will impact the election?

  2. Swak says:

    And instead of Moore stepping down now, there is talk of expelling him from the Senate if he wins.

  3. Aiobhan Targaryen says:

    Those white evangelical Christians are not real Christians nor should anyone consider them Christian or Christian adjacent. They are misogynistic racist pigs who, if you have actually ever tried to have a conversation with them, have no clue what Christianity or the bible is about.

    But, none of this is actually new so I am not really sure why people are surprised by this sort of behavior. They don’t see Roy as being wrong because these are the same backward fools who think that a girl should get married at 16 and immediately start having children, they don’t believe in birth control or a woman having any control over her life whatsoever. Why is anyone surprised that those “pastors” and the rubes who took those polls who said that would still vote for that pervert would have no problem with a grown ass man going after a 14 and 16-year-old girl? Our values are not their values and the more people remember that the less shocked they will be. The energy is better spent making sure that they don’t gain more ground to spew their bs on any of us.

    I also hope that the Jeff Bezos owned Washington Post sues the hell out of Kayla ‘rape apologist” Moore and her pervert husband for libel. I think they may legit have a case.

    • Kitten says:

      I don’t know….For me personally it feels more truthful to say “some good people just happen to be Christian” instead of saying “Christians are all good people”. Because historically, it’s been proven time and time again that Christianity (or any religion for that matter) is not a moral barometer or indicative of even basic human decency. It’s merely a belief system that both good and bad people subscribe to.

    • ORIGINAL T.C. says:

      I forgot which news show I was watching on CNN, but apparently the newest study in White Evangelicals is a high percentage will vote for someone who passages their agenda even if they don’t that person doesn’t share their values. That’s why we have Trump and now Moore. The most consistent supporters of Trump are White Evangelicals (many of the 32%.

      I know Bill Maher is problematic but 3 months ago he had an Evangelical Pastor who was a strong Trump supporter because unlike the rest of the GOP, he got them an anti-abortion Supreme Court Justice, is working to get transgendered rights removed, working to refine live and will work to allow them to preach who to vote for while keeping their tax except status. He said Trump never claimed to be a moral man so who cares, as long as he is following through on his promises. Compared to othe GOP who talk the morals talk but don’t deliver. So the essential would vote for Satan.

  4. grabbyhands says:

    It isn’t assault because Jeebus hit Mary and stuff and she like, totally forgave him and never said no or questioned him again, okay so JUST STOP TRYING TO PERSECUTE ME, okay??? Besides, a bunch of other religious dudes said it was okay, so it’s okay and I’m forgiven for anything I might have done, which I didn’t do any way. FAKE NEWS!

    Also, Gloria Allred isn’t so much the patron saint of victims of harassment and assault as she is the ambulance chasing, money grubbing, attention whore of victim exploitation. There is next to nothing benevolent about what she or her daughter do.

  5. detritus says:

    This would be very hard for her and her family. It run counter their politics, and they have probably been reading horrible things said about the other victims.

    This is the change that is being wrought, right now. That women who have been silenced for decades now feel safe enough, supported enough to speak. It’s horrible the monsters we are funding, but I’m so grateful to live through a time where this change may stick.

  6. Cannibell says:

    Dear Roy Moore & Evangelical Pastor letter signers:

    Here’s a bible verse for you:

    Jesus wept.

    • Juls says:

      I clicked on the link and apparently several pastors are saying the letter Kayla posted is a letter of support from August that she altered and reposted, and none of the pastors were contacted to ask if they still support Moore. A couple are even asking that their names be removed from the letter LoL. Not trying to defend these people because they did actually support him at one point and I’m sure some still do.

  7. Lolo86lf says:

    I just cannot believe the Evangelical pastors’ hypocrisy. They choose not to believe all the women who came forward into the public to expose Moore. Why would they lie about something that happened so long ago. Why would they expose themselves to the media’s scrutiny if it wasn’t true? What do those women stand to gain by denouncing Moore? Evangelical people in my opinion have sunk so low.

  8. third ginger says:

    While there is nothing amusing about the Roy Moore story, I was cheering and chuckling at Joe and Mika’s coverage today. Moore was reportedly banned from the Gadsden Mall [do visit, friends] because of trolling for young women. As Joe ranted, Mika would keep popping up to yell “He was banned from the mall.”
    For dear Jersuha, who is fighting the good fight, how about DEMS getting T-shirts saying BANNED FROM THE MALL, YA’LL.

  9. Nicole says:

    This is why our generation is turning away from churches. The hypocrisy is WILD.
    Also I love how nonchalant everyone is about him getting banned from malls and the local Y for prowling there as if that sh*t is normal

  10. Maya says:

    Hopefully the people especially women and decent men will vote for the democratic candidate.

    This is a lose – lose situation for the republicans, so really glad to see the civil brewing amongst them.

    Hopefully they will take each other out and the Republican Party will die in next year’s election.

  11. Mermaid says:

    If you want to get really depressed, go to his FB page. The comments are unreal. It makes me so sad to think these people are some of our fellow citizens. Its especially depressing that after being sexually assaulted herself this woman voted for Trump.

    • Megan says:

      Republicans have morphed from a political party into a cult where the members are so brainwashed by Faux News and talk radio they can no longer distinguish fact from fiction and blindly follow their leaders. Republican politicians and their mouthpieces cynically manipulate these people into giving up their entitlements to ensure the people they hate don’t get anything either, thereby leaving plenty of money for their corporate benefactors.

  12. littlemissnaughty says:

    These are times that make me wish I wasn’t an atheist. I wish I believed in heaven and hell and all their various equivalents because at least this swine and those like him would get punished in the afterlife. As it stands, they all just spend decades being garbage, destroying people’s lives and then … nothing?

    I can’t imagine what it must’ve taken for a woman of that generation, a Trump voter, to come forward with this.

  13. Snowflake says:

    It is very brave of these women to come forward. I think my mom got a speeding ticket in Gadsen AL once. Very small town if I remember right. She’ll be ostracized. You know how small towns are.

    I’m upset with my husband. He keeps saying why did they wait till now to come forward? He’s not a conservative, but his uncle is. I hope they are not rubbing off on him. We had a lot of discussion before the election, he was torn about who to vote for but ended up voting for Hillary. He felt she was the better candidate. I have a really good friend atwork but she hates Hillary and so does my mom. We don’t talk politics, but I just want to ask, why Trump, why? I think if Hillary was a man, she wouldn’t get half the hate she does. We excuse so much for men.

    Would a Trump supporter explain why they voted for Trump? Curious.

    • Mermaid says:

      Full on confession here-my husband did. We own a manufacturing business. NAFTA hurt our type of business a lot. Many companies like ours went out of business in the early 2000s. I remind my husband that he has brought it back better than ever in the Obama era, but I think he voted against anyone named Clinton. It has been a huge turmoil in our family (I’m a teacher). Ever since the Manafort incident, my husband has turned on him. I think that’s the best explanation I can give you. He agrees with me on social issues so at least there is that. But it’s been awful and very hard on us.

      • Kitten says:

        Wow that must really test a relationship.

        I’m going to venture a guess here and assume that your husband didn’t/doesn’t generally show a lot of interest in politics on a daily basis. It’s just a pattern I see with so many Trump voters who voted for him because they hoped he would get them a job or somehow magically make their lives better. These are people who have always thought that all politicians are the same until Trump came along with all the false hope and undeliverable promises wrapped up in a bombastic personality.

        I think people who are passionate about politics, who understand the political system and the POTUS’s role within that framework, who truly understand the social impact of legislation that directly affects the most marginalized in our country, and who recognize the importance of our global standing in the world and how our role in the international community benefits us would never vote for someone like Trump. I don’t mean that to sound patronizing because people have the right to not care about politics but holy shit do I wish that more Americans did.

        And if I’m wrong about your husb, I apologize but it’s a common element that I see with Trump supporters: they are disillusioned and incredibly disinterested in politics. As such, they voted for a character–not a politician–and not someone who was ever going to be capable of delivering on anything he promised.

    • freewhitebaby7.0 says:

      At the probable risk of getting tossed off of this site, I’ll explain why I voted for him. I can’t speak for anybody else. I voted for him because I supported what he said he’d do. I support closing our borders, getting rid of 0bamacare and replacing it with something sustainable, bringing jobs back to our country, and an end to the race war that IMO 0bama set loose on the country. I do support abortion, but I can work on that in other ways. Also, I think Hillary is a liar and not good for the country. So there you have it. Both candidates had major character flaws, but I chose the one that I thought would be best for the country overall.

      • Leslie says:

        Do you still believe Trump is better for this country than what Clinton would have been?

      • pinetree13 says:

        Not American here but “an end to the race war that IMO 0bama set loose on the country.” you thought Trump would improve race relations? o.O

      • Ladidah says:

        You will not get tossed off the site. But, Obama did not set the race war loose on the country. My father felt the same way as I am guessing you do – that talking about race matters inflames us. But have some empathy – what would you do if your community is getting locked up for doing the same things as white people? White people smoke pot, did cocaine, speed, have broken tail lights – but pocs get killed for it.

        My dad and I had many discussions about what black lives matter was about. Even when I showed him that the greatest numbers of cops were killed in the 1930s, and The most numbers of cops – 50+ cops were killed in training exercises – not by BLM, he refused to believe me. Seriously, look up stats for # of cops killed per year.

        I believe empathy is the most important thing driving political decisions and presidential decisions. But perhaps your values were feeling secure (aka a border wall, job security) and I wonder if now you see -no candidate can really offer that.

        In my opinion, We only have the respect and compassion and common decency and empathy for each other that holds us together as a country. Obama tried to give us that, Trump doesn’t care if it all burns down, as his inauguration speech showed, and shows, ugly in his divisiveness.

        We may not have much of respect, compassion, decency left but I don’t think Hilary was willing to destroy it all like Trump. Women have to compromise to survive, as these sexual assault scandals show us. What better politician than a woman who has been navigating this sh*t her whole life?

      • Sandy says:

        How exactly did Obama start a race war? By daring to be a black man that sought some power and influence in America?

        And exactly how was Donald “all Mexicans are criminals and rapists” Trump supposed to help race relations? I can only surmise that what you are really getting at is, the white man had to get the black man out of power so the “uppity” minorities would calm down about their rights as Americans.

      • Snowflake says:

        I appreciate your feedback. I think what Obama did was openly speak about racism and that upset people. Because a lot of white people don’t want to believe it exists. I’m white, my black husband is the first time I’ve been in a an interracial relationship. My husband is very clean cut and always well dressed. But I’ve gotten so many looks and faces made at me behind his back when we go out. The reactions to him that I’ve seen is unreal. Never gotten that with white boyfriends. And my husband is the best dressed, most well mannered of any man that I’ve been with. So I can conclude that there’s one reason why they react to him that way. Just because you’re not a racist, that doesn’t mean others aren’t. And not addressing it doesn’t make it go away.

      • tealily says:

        Ladidah, great comment, but I would add that it’s not much use crying over Hillary at this point and it’s time for us to start thinking about who the next challenger will be.

        And yes, freewhitebaby, as Ladidah points out… just because everyone isn’t talking about a problem doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Just like all these women coming out of the woodwork to talk about their abuse, these are problems that have existed in our society for a long, long time. If it seems like this all came to a head because of Obama’s presidency, it’s because having a black man in office drove the racists completely out of their heads and they started lashing out more aggressively and obliquely than they had in decades. Do you remember a constant barrage of monkey cartoons? Trump spearheading that racist birther nonsense? I do. It hit a point where it was so blatant that people couldn’t ignore it anymore, and acknowledging that racism exists in this country is a good thing. Now we need to figure out how to fix it. Hint: it isn’t by silencing the people who are speaking up about the problem.

    • Mermaid says:

      You are right on. He does not like politics at all. What is interesting to is he does hope Joe Biden will run. He really likes Biden. I’m just disappointed Trump fired Spicer because Melissa McCarthy’s Spicer was one thing we could both agree on lol😄

    • Rapunzel says:

      Mermaid- Even, if your husband thought NAFTA messed up trade, he should still not have voted for trump, as A) getting rid of NAFTA won’t make things better, only worse, and B) Trump’s nationalistic, isolationistic mentaility can only hurt trade far worse than any bad agreement.

      My dad, a farmer, loathed Trump from the start because he knew that messing with these trade agreements are a bad idea, no matter how bad the agreements are. And he’s been perfectly correct. The pull out of TPP had screwed up agricultural trade so much that my folks will be lucky to make two thirds (TWO THIRDS!!) of what they made last year on their crop. And it’s a better crop. This will only get worse if NAFTA goes.

      No hate on your husband, especially if he’s seeing the light, but honestly, folks need to be informed, and it doesn’t seem like your husband was. A lot of people don’t understand things like trade, immigration, and insurance, and they have complete misunderstandings of how things work. Just because you don’t like Obamacare or NAFTA, doesn’t mean the answer is getting rid of it. Especially if there’s no replacement that is better. But uninformed voters seem to be under the misapprehension that we can just get rid of stuff that sucks and it will all be magically better. Life doesn’t work that way.

      This is the biggest flaw with Trump and the MAGA folks: time doesn’t go backwards and any attempt to just get rid of stuff won’t magically return life to a previous time.

      • Mermaid says:

        I agree 100%. Like I said it has not been easy on our relationship. But he is changing his tune and starting to see the light. His family on the other hand is another story. He did ask his parents to stop talking about politics. But my mom is her own brand of crazy and he’s very patient with her. Thanksgiving should be fun!!!😂

      • A says:

        @Mermaid, I think everyone, fundamentally, learns to look at issues through their own viewpoint. Your husband is no different. It doesn’t make him a bad person, it just makes him a human being.

        He has a manufacturing company, he was affected by NAFTA, and saw Trump as a way to rectify that situation. Meanwhile, as @Rapunzel pointed out, farmers are seeing losses and will continue to see losses if NAFTA is gotten rid of and if trade is affected. I would wager that everyone would have their food prices increase as a result, given just how much both the US and Canada import from Mexico. So who wins here? Who is more important? And is there such a thing as one person being more important than another in this situation, when conceivably America needs both a strong manufacturing base and prosperous farmers?

        Nothing in this world is perfect. Nothing in this world will work 100% for everyone, at all times. We just have to learn to manage as we go.

  14. IlsaLund says:

    Outcomes I’d like to see as a result of all this:

    Empowerment of women everywhere. Women should be so sick and tired of all this toxic male BS and rise up and work harder to gain control of our institutions and governments.

    The demise of the Republican Party. Let it splinter and allow the “the base” to break off and form its own party.

  15. happyoften says:

    Saw this posted somewhere else, but it bears repeating…

    The local mall had higher standards than the GOP.

    The southern, white evangelicals still supporting Roy should suprise no one. They are the philosophical children of those that used God to okay slavery. They supported Jim Crow laws, and fought tooth and nail to keep segregation legal. They hate equality of any kind. Believe women are second class citizens and little more than property. They don’t just encourage ignorance, they revel in it. Roy Moore is their guy. I hope this helps shine a light on the gross hypocrisy these sanctimonious rat f*uckers stew in. Sexually assaulting teenage girls is a-freaking-okay with them. Provided you hate homos, women getting healthcare, and remeber to tithe.

  16. Patricia says:

    Well… this has shown me how cold I’ve become. I listened to her testimony yesterday and felt such sorrow, she is still so hurt by what happened all these years later. Then she said she’s a trump voter and I felt all my human emotion towards her fall away and all I could think was “what kind of idiot are you, voting for another predator? Do YOU not believe the accounts of THOSE women who spoke about his assaults? Do you not know that “pussy grabbing” is basically what you’re describing has happened to you?”
    Wow. How quickly I felt my compassion for her slip away. It’s scary. And I had to work in my heart to bring the compassion back, because I don’t want to be that kind of person. This past year has made me a totally different person toward my own fellow Americans.

    • Konspiracytheory says:

      Patricia, you are not alone. I’ve been thinking this all morning – *how* does a woman who was sexually assaulted vote for a presidential candidate who boasts about his ability to sexually assault women? Serious question – I just don’t get it. Is it because Trump didn’t assault her and she can’t make the mental leap? Or is it that she wants to build a wall to keep Mexicans out (or any other inane Trump promise) at any cost? I feel so bad for this woman, and yet I’m pissed off – very conflicted emotions here.

    • Annetommy says:

      I also found it strange that a woman who had this nasty experience – and I have no doubt she had this experience – voted for a man who has been accused by 16 different women of various types and degrees of sexual misconduct. I don’t understand it. But far more difficult to understand is the mindset of those still supporting Moore. Better a child molester and sexual aggressor than a Democrat apparently.

    • Betsy says:

      Yeah, it’s tricky, isn’t it?

    • Otaku Fairy says:

      Those questions seem pretty reasonable though. Her being a Trump supporter didn’t make this man’s actions any less terrible in my mind (and I 100% believe her), but I did have some of those questions. It does make her support of Trump a little bit more sad. Does she like the racism and xenophobia so much that she’s willing to overlook a presidential candidate’s misogyny, sexual assaults, and harassments? Or is it that she’s so anti-choice- so determined to see other women and girls stripped of their bodily autonomy and put in dangerous situations in the name of religion- that she was willing to turn a blind eye to all of that, plus the racism? What happened?
      It’s still brave of her to come forward though. I wonder how her own party will treat her for it.

    • ORIGINAL T.C. says:

      Because many conservative white women vote on single issues like abortion is murder (but the death penalty is not), some on racism/xenophobia but the best indicator of how White women vote is their martial status. Republicans win the vote of married White women in every presidential election, I think Obama might have been the only Democrat to beat this tread or come close. Married women tend to follow their husband.

      Single white women are more prone to be Democratic voters. That is why the GOP likes to attack single and divorced women as amoral.

    • pinetree13 says:

      I wonder if she didn’t choose to say that knowing if she didn’t she’d get the whole “SHE’S A PAID TROLL FOR THE LIBERAL CONSPIRACY” thrown at her.

      I wouldn’t be surprised if she lied so she wouldn’t be dismissed in that way.

    • A says:

      Here’s my take on it–I don’t think being an assault survivor automatically makes an individual exempt from internalizing the larger misogyny of the world around us. I think you can conceivably be both, someone who is assaulted or abused by a man, and someone who still thinks that women are liars who are only speaking up about sexual assault in order to ruin a man’s life.

      Survivors of sexual assault, the majority of them anyway, internalize enormous amounts of guilt. You have to understand that by and large, they blame themselves. This lady is likely no different. She probably spent years, if not decades, blaming herself for the assault. I don’t doubt that she wasn’t angry with Roy Moore as well, but even so, she likely spent most of her time going over how she could have done things differently in order to keep herself safer. I have met survivors who have treated other survivors with disdain, and when pressed, will simply say that they didn’t have it “as bad” because “[I] did x y and z to protect myself, unlike THAT hussy over there, who clearly didn’t do what I did so she got it much worse than I did!” Oppression is not an automatic virtue, I’m afraid, and there are lots of people who are oppressed in some ways who still lack massive amounts of compassion for others. It’s also the reason why abuse is a cycle that can span generations if it isn’t dealt with.

      It’s hard to explain. But I would honestly urge you to not let go of your sympathy and to keep working on that, at least as far as her own assault goes. You don’t have to like her for voting for Trump, but that doesn’t negate her experiences and she deserves sympathy at least on that front.

  17. Katherine says:

    I am so grateful to her for sharing this with all of us as a society. I know it’s been hard for a lot of people to read these, and they don’t have to, but I personally want to hear every story, I want every single one of them available to the public, I want us humans to look around and decide if this is how we want to live.

  18. Darlene says:

    He needs to resign. And be put in jail.

  19. Who ARE these people? says:

    Need to get rid of the statute of limitations on sexual assault.

  20. Anastasia says:

    I am a high school teacher, and I am going to start making a POINT of encouraging girls to SAY SOMETHING and tell on these boys/men. Even if they are just their classmates. Or a city council member. Don’t care. TELL ON THEM.

  21. Ennie says:

    I chocked a little at the end when she aaid that she spoke up now because she did not fear him anymore. 40 years!!

  22. thaliasghost says:

    I went to that Facebook site and read some of the comments. Lord have mercy, what vile despicable people.

    ” Kayla, my wife talked with Norma today and Norma knew the girl that’s saying the bad stuff about Roy. She said the girl was nothing but a slut in school, might want to discredit her on that”

  23. DAWN says:

    How do you make shitting on Colin K. A thing when the lot of you are comfortably voting pedophiles into your power structure??? They should be beheaded.