Dear Mr. VP,
My, how far the fall from grace is for those of you who are so high and mighty.
Let’s talk about Roy Moore. Three women have come forward to say he had sexual contact with them while they were teenagers and he was in his thirties. Leigh Corfman was fourteen when she says he initiated a sexual encounter with her.
Yes, that Roy Moore, who founded the Foundation for Moral Law (that’s FML, amirite?), an organization that has this to say about equal marriage:
The Foundation argued to the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals that the traditional definition of marriage in the Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 (DOMA) was constitutional. The Foundation explained that the definition of marriage was given by God when He created man and woman, a definition that has been sustained throughout the common law and American law, and that by passing DOMA Congress was supporting marriage and responsible procreation and defending traditional notions of morality. The Foundation urged the appeals court to interpret the Constitution as the Framers intended instead of rewriting the Constitution to fit a radical, liberal agenda.
Ah, yes. There go the gays, destroying marriage again, while 32-year-old Roy Moore bringing a 14-year-old girl home and removing her clothes is totally and completely moral. I get it.
Mitch McConnell: “If these allegations are true, then he must step aside.” Well no shit, Sherlock. If your party’s nominee for office sexually assaulted a fourteen-year-old, kick him the fuck to the curb. I suppose it would be too much to ask Mitch to just believe three separate women coming forward with allegations of inappropriate behavior, but I’ll take whatever outrage I can from the party supporting our rapist-in-chief.
Looking forward to hearing what you have to say on the matter, given your deeply held moral beliefs on sexual purity.