More against Moore

You have to feel sorry for the teenage girls abused by “holier-than-thou” evangelist Roy Moore, having hidden those unspeakable atrocities for so long, with a slim chance of even being believed back then when it all happened. No doubt whatsoever that it all happened, – and probably far more.
Even now, fellow evangelists are ganging up against the women, swearing Moore’s innocence, literally on a Bible. If those girls hadn’t run away, Moore would probably have done more, – no pun intended. These women should be praised, both for resisting him back then, and for having the courage to speak out now.
There is no reason to believe that these women are lying, which raises a couple of embarrassing questions for Mr. Moore. He claims to believe in a god, so of course his God would know what he has done, – not once, but repeatedly. And now he is lying about it, claiming that the women are lying. Doesn’t that have something to do with the ninth of those commandments he illegally installed in stone in his former court house, before he was rightfully ousted?
Or, is his religious front just a convenient cover-up, securing so many fellow evangelicals now streaming to this child molester’s defense?
Moore’s testimony shifts as more women are coming forward with different stories. Now, at least he admits to having had some contact with underage girls, but only after asking for their mothers’ approval, – to take their young daughters out for ice cream or movies?!
Whether praying with them, or preying upon them, his colleagues back then were aware of his pursuits and found it weird and unacceptable. So would be his role as a US senator!