Rush Limbaugh Makes Incredible Claim About Roy Moore [Audio]


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So Roy Moore used to be a Democrat apparently and Rush Limbaugh flat out states was the case at when these allegations took place.

Yes, I know it may seem trivial but considering the fact that nowadays Moore, among many other supporters, had 50+ pastors backing his run could say a lot about his character then vs now, right?

I feel like I’m on icy ground here, honestly, but I thought Limbaugh’s musing were entertaining enough to share.

As reported by AllahPundit for HotAir:

Rush’s point seems to have less to do with how Moore’s political tastes might have informed his sexual tastes than that Democrats are supposedly more likely to maintain a conspiracy of silence around a predator. The idea, I think, is that the locals were more willing to keep his secrets before 1992, when he became a Republican because Democrats look out for other Democrats. So … the locals were also Democrats before ’92?

What about the fact that they’ve been keeping his secrets *since* 1992, throughout his legal battles over the Ten Commandments and gay marriage and a successful Republican primary run for Senate? What is he talking about here?

In the second clip below, you’ll find Rush musing that child locks weren’t standard in cars until the 1980s, years after Nelson claimed that Moore had locked her in the front seat during his alleged assault. But Nelson never claimed that Moore used a child lock on the driver’s door.

She said he parked, started groping her, and then “I tried to open my car door to leave, but he reached over, and he locked it, so I could not get out.” He locked it manually, supposedly. And if she’s telling the truth, she may have been in no position physically at that moment to reach for the button to unlock it.

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