The phrase “pick up” has sordid connotations. It’s the kind of phrase a propagandist would use in place of the more benign word “meet.”
At 1979 or thereabouts, at age 32 Roy Moore had spent his 20s making something of himself. He was unmarried but wanted to find a wife, which he soon did.
In Alabama in that era, it was common for girls to marry in their late teens. It was also common for them to marry men 8 to 15 years older than themselves.
Most women in their 20s were already married. Thus, Roy Moore did the logical thing. He tried to meet unmarried girls, most of whom would have been in their late teens at the time.
A mall is a hell of a lot better place to meet young women than a bar. Especially if you’re a Christian man.
The New Puritans, as Paul Joseph Watson calls them, hate men, traditional marriage and the family. I’ve heard the term “creepy” used over and over to describe Roy’s search for a girl who might be willing to marry a successful young lawyer.
That word “creepy” to describe normal male heterosexuality while faggotry is glamorized and glorified ENRAGES ME.
The odds of finding sluts or prostitutes in a mall on the weekend would be very low. If you’re looking to “pick up” a slut, you go to a bar.
Let’s see what the story is on Roy’s allegedly being banned from his local mall for “creepy” behavior.
Excerpt from Bustle
Another accusation has been added to the growing list of sexual misconduct allegations against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore (all of which he strongly denies). Most recently,The New Yorker published an exposé on Monday claiming that Moore was once supposedly banned from the mall in his hometown of Gadsden, Alabama after allegedly preying on teenagers. However, some former mall employees have said they don’t remember his name ever being on the ban list.
According to the allegations, Moore would allegedly walk around the mall trying to “pick up” young girls. Some said that he had been “run off” from certain stores for his behavior; most said he’d been banned from the mall itself. One police officer alleged, “The general knowledge at the time when I moved here was that this guy is a lawyer cruising the mall for high-school dates.” At the time, Moore was a lawyer in his 30s. He’s called allegations of sexual misconduct “completely false.”
The New Yorker’s Charles Bethea spoke to many Gadsden locals, including police officers, legal officials, and former mall visitors and employees. One employee, who was a bar worker at the time, claimed to Bethea that Moore was reportedly banned from at least 1979 to 1981. He said that he had been supposedly warned by his boss and a police officer to be on the lookout for Moore.
Some Gadsden Mall officials did not remember Moore being denied access to the building, but did tell Bethea that a ban list exists and existed. One security guard said, “We still have an active ban list,” but in reference to whether it might include Moore’s name, clarified, “It doesn’t go back that far.” Someone who helped manage the mall for a period beginning in the late ’80s confirmed that a ban list was in operation at the time, but didn’t remember Moore’s name being on it. Another former manager, who started his tenure in 1981 — and is a personal friend of Moore’s — suggested that all of the recent allegations against Moore are false and created for political reasons.
Feminists celebrate “cougars,” older women slutting around with their boy toys, while condemning men who prefer younger women.