A few Republicans are starting to speak out against their party as the decay continues. Some are shocked by the support Roy Moore, the Alabama Senatorial Candidate who allegedly molested a 14-year-old girl is getting. A strategist lambasted his party for their lack of morality and their cowardice.
Republican Strategist scorches his party
— Egberto Willies (@EgbertoWillies) November 13, 2017
GOP Strategist Evan Siegfried appeared on MSNBC with host Stephanie Ruhle and had some choice words for the Republican Party followers must heed.
"I think this way more thing has brought out that we have become, as a Republican Party, a very very diseased party," said Evan Siegfried. "We used to be the party of moral values. Remember we ran Bob Livingston out before he even became Speaker of the House because of allegations of an unfair, just allegations. And he was out of Congress. Now we have Roy Moore essentially being accused of pedophilia with a fourteen-year-old girl. And there are people getting up to Roy Moore and saying, 'You know, we're standing by him.' There was a poll that came out yesterday of the race that said 29 percent of Alabama voters are now more likely to vote for Roy Moore because of this tribalism. It's that, 'Well it's coming from the Washington Post, the establishment, trying to get you.' No, Roy Moore did this to himself. I believe Leigh Corfman, and I think that as a party of moral values we should stand up and say, 'Roy Moore has no place in this party.' But there's a lot of equivocating, 'Well, if true.' That is moral cowardice, and we are no longer the moral values Party of the United States."
A recent poll shows the level of depravity that is afflicting the Republican Party and specifically Evangelicals who support the party.
Nearly 40 percent of Evangelical Christians in Alabama say they're now more likely to vote for Roy Moore after multiple allegations that he molested children, even as voters across the historically red state now seem to be punishing Moore for his past actions, a new poll shows.
Reverend Barber pointed out that Evangelicals who support the policies of the Republicans have become heretic Evangelicals in a schooling that he gave them on AM Joy recently.
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