TINA JOHNSON, ACCUSER DU JOUR.
There were several new developments in the Roy Moore saga today, which I’m breaking down into several posts.
The handful of women accusers seem to have been indoctrinated into the Jewish cult of radical feminism, which claims that all normal interactions between virile men and attractive women are vile, disgusting oppression of women by the evil patriarchy.
Another two women came forward Wednesday with personal stories detailing misconduct by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. The story published on AL.com comes a day after a lawyer for Moore and his wife served the local Alabama news outlet with a threatening legal notice warning it to abandon its reporting on the former chief justice of the state Supreme Court. The notice was likely an attempt to intimidate the news outlet. It did not appear to work.
Kelly Harrison Thorp described meeting Moore in 1982 when she was working at the Red Lobster in Moore’s hometown of Gadsden, Alabama. Moore was in his early thirties at the time and the deputy district attorney for the county. Thorp was a 17-year-old high school senior. Moore came into the Gadsden Red Lobster one day when Thorp was working and she recognized the man who, as a war veteran and lawyer, cut a powerful figure over the small town in northern Alabama.
Thorp says Moore asked her out on a date. “I just kind of said, ‘Do you know how old I am?'” Thorp told AL.com. “And he said, ‘Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time.'” Thorp says she rebuffed Moore, telling him she had a boyfriend before walking away.
Ah, the old “I have a boyfriend” line. What man hasn’t heard that one!
The girl is obviously suffering from the prejudice known as “ageism.” From the point of view of this older man, ageism is worse than racism.
Ageism is illogical and self-defeating. Racism is a powerful self-preservation instinct.
Besides, who knew that a male asking a female for a date once would disqualify that man from serving in the United States Senate.
Tina Johnson, on the other hand, was not a teenager when she encountered Moore at his local law office in 1991. At 28 years old, Johnson was dealing with the fallout of a broken marriage headed for divorce while raising three kids. Without a job, Johnson was at Moore’s office to sign over custody of her 12-year-old son to the boy’s grandmother, her mother, with whom he had been living. Johnson’s mother had hired Moore, then a lawyer and married, to help with the custody petition. From AL.com:
So Roy finds older women attractive. Is that where this is going?
Pedophiles do not find older women attractive. So, I guess Roy is or isn’t a pedo???
I’m confused. (Not really).
Almost from the moment she walked in to Moore’s office, Johnson said, Moore began flirting with her. “He kept commenting on my looks, telling me how pretty I was, how nice I looked,” recalled Johnson. “He was saying that my eyes were beautiful.” It made her uncomfortable. “I was thinking, can we hurry up and get out of here?”
At one point during the meeting, she said, Moore came around the desk and sat on the front of it, just inches from her. He was so close, she said, she could smell his breath. According to Johnson, he asked questions about her young daughters, including what color eyes they had and if they were as pretty as she was. She said that made her feel uncomfortable, too.
Once the papers were signed, she and her mother got up to leave. After her mother walked through the door first, she said, Moore came up behind her. It was at that point, she recalled, he grabbed her buttocks. “He didn’t pinch it; he grabbed it,” said Johnson. She was so surprised she didn’t say anything. She didn’t tell her mother.
Both women say they told family members after the incidents, although Johnson said she didn’t tell her sister until years after the event. Thorp said she didn’t make public her experience earlier because she didn’t feel like she’d be believed, particularly as Moore ascended to the pinnacle of legal power in the state. Johnson, who is now handicapped, said she came forward out of a sense of solidarity with the other women, a sense of moral outrage, and something else. “It’s because somebody asked,” she said. “If anybody had asked, we would have told it. No one asked.”
Once a flirt, always a flirt. We had plenty of married women at the university among the staff who flirted like crazy. Everyone understood it meant nothing for the most part.
The part of this story that I don’t find credible is the part about Roy playing grab ass with the lady.
Even the flirting part seems over the top. Roy is alleged to be flirting with the woman’s mother also in the office. Nope, doesn’t make sense.
This entire story is ridiculous on the face of it at this point. These women are being used by the establishment to smear a fellow in order to keep him out of Washington, where there’s a ray of hope that the swamp can be drained at least a little.