Roy Moore has been accused of sexually harassing and persuing eight different underage women. He has also been accused by a woman of sexual assault while he was serving as Alabama’s District Attorney. In a sad attempt to prove he doesn’t try to rape every underage female in his vicinity, The American First Project, a group that supports Donald Trump, sent a 12-year-old girl to interview Moore.
Voters take to the polls on Tuesday to decide if Moore or his opponent Doug Jones should be given a very important U.S. Senate seat. Despite various accusations of child predatory practices, Moore is still seen as a viable candidate in the minds of many Alabama voters.
In a state that isn’t exactly keen on supporting the LGBTQ community and minorities and places an emphasis on the church, Moore has struck a chord with voters, despite mounting accusations about his sexual advances against young women.
We presume the 12-year-old girl’s interview is a sad attempt by The American First Project to show that Roy Moore doesn’t indeed attempt to date every underage girl in Alabama.
The girl in the video, Millie March, was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump during the 2016 election, led by the presumable influence of her parents.
The interview speaks directly to Moore’s hatred of immigrants and veers off course as he suggets President Trump should use the U.S. military to stop undocumented immigration from Mexico.
Here’s the full interview if you can stomach it:
This is yet another sad attempt by the Trump administration’s supporters to paint U.S. voters as uneducated and willing to believe anything they see or hear. Hopefully, this vile interview attempt is the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
Even Barack Obama has jumped in at the last moment to help Doug Jones win the Alabama senate seat.
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James Kosur is the former Editor-In-Chief and co-founder of Hill Reporter. He recently served as an editor for Business Insider and various other publications. James and his partners sold Hill Reporter to a new owner in July 2019.