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Twelve Women From Roy Moore’s Past Step Forward And Revealed One Shocking Secret

And now twelve women from Roy Moore’s past just stepped forward to reveal a shocking secret.

One reason critics are so wary of the allegations against Moore – besides them suspiciously coming out one month before his election – is that they are so out of character for Moore.

Moore has run in multiple elections over the years and whispers or rumors about his conduct have never floated around before.

And now twelve women who know the Judge have come forward to testify as character witnesses and verify his respectful, above board treatment of women.

Aol.com reports:

“THE ROY MOORE CAMPAIGN LATE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON RELEASED TESTIMONIALS FROM 12 WOMEN, INCLUDING MOORE’S SISTER-IN-LAW AND FORMER RECEPTIONIST, THAT SPEAK TO THE QUALITY OF HIS CHARACTER.

THE STATEMENT FROM THE CAMPAIGN DESCRIBED THE WOMEN “WHO ARE COMING FORWARD AS CHARACTER WITNESSES FOR ROY MOORE.”

WHAT FOLLOWS IN THE STATEMENT ARE BRIEF TESTIMONIALS FROM THE WOMEN, EACH ONE PARAGRAPH LONG.

MANY OF THE STATEMENTS ARE FROM WOMEN IN MOORE’S HOME COUNTY OF ETOWAH IN NORTHEAST ALABAMA. GADSDEN IS THE LARGEST CITY IN THE COUNTY AND MOORE AND HIS WIFE, KAYLA, LIVE IN THE SMALL TOWN OF GALLANT IN RURAL ETOWAH COUNTY.”

These bombshell rape allegations – which Moore denies and his supporters believe were cooked up by the GOP establishment in Washington – have upended the race.

Moore was cruising to victory and then the Washington Post published the allegations against the Judge.

Many conservatives believe Mitch McConnell would rather have a liberal Democrat in the senate who supports abortion and gun control instead of a conservative who will fight for Donald Trump’s agenda.

Moore can’t be bought by special interests or controlled by the swamp so he is a threat to McConnell’s power.

So McConnell and his fellow swamp creatures are trying to take him out by any means necessary.

But they haven’t killed off his campaign.

The Alabama Republican Party has remained strongly behind Moore and in-state elected officials are still supporting him.

There is still a very good chance that Moore will emerge as Alabama’s next Senator on December 12th.

Voters – who twice elected Moore in statewide elections to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court – have known him for years.

The twelve women who came forward to back up the Judge’s character is the boost he needs in the final weeks of the campaign.

We will keep you updated on any new developments in this race.