Washington Post just published another remarkable story about Roy Moore
Washington Post just published another bombshell news against Roy Moore on Wednesday. According to the report two additional women have come forward accusing him of making sexual advances towards them.
A woman named Gena Richardson, old the Wshington Post that Moore asked her out on a date when he met her at the Gad. He also called her and again asked her for a date.
Washington Post noted, Gena Richardson said she first met Moore in 1977, around the time she turned 18. He would have been 30 at the time,
Not only this Roy Moore forced her to kiss him.
“It was a man kiss — like really deep tongue. Like very forceful tongue. It was a surprise. I’d never been kissed like that,” Richardson told the newspaper. “And the minute that happened, I got scared then. I really did. Something came over me that scared me. And so I said, ‘I’ve got to go, because my curfew is now.’”
Second Woman named Becky Gray, she is 62 now had alleged that Moore repeatedly asked her to go out on dates with him when she was 22 years old.
She said “I’d always say no, I’m dating someone, no, I’m in a relationship,” the newspaper. “I thought he was old at that time. Anyone over 22 was just old.”
Many women have told Washington post that Moore approached them and made sexual advances . The Moore campaign in a statement to The Post once again argued that the accusations are politically charged.
“If you are a liberal and hate Judge Moore, apparently he groped you,” the campaign said to the newspaper. “If you are a conservative and love Judge Moore, you know these allegations are a political farce.”
More than 6 women have come forward to accuse Moore of misconduct following a story published last week in The Washington Post that included an account from one woman who said in 1979 she had sexual contact with Moore when she was 14. Moore, who would have been 32 at the time, has denied this accusation. Many prominent republicans asked Moore to step aside from the senate race but he denied all the allegations.