As Roy Moore’s Lawyer Writes a Demand Letter, His Client Becomes More Embarrassing
September 24, 2022
Roy Moore’s lawyer has issued a demand letter to Alabama resident Beverly Young Nelson, who claimed that Moore assaulted her when she was 16 years old.
In the demand letter, Moore’s lawyer, Trenton Garmin, offered Nelson $1,000 to have an independent examiner of her choosing examine the yearbook she showed at a press conference last week as evidence of the assault (a press conference
she called on her own). But the letter also did something else: further, prove that Moore probably did attack Nelson.
Roy Moore’s lawyer knows his client is losing
Roy Moore’s lawyer is trying to change the conversation and believes an underground army of Democrats, in coordination with confederates in the Deep State, are responsible for his client becoming mired in yet another scandal.
Moore has an uphill battle ahead of him; even some Republicans say that he should be pressured to step down as Alabama Senate candidate if he refuses to drop out of the race. These Republicans say they don’t want the Republican Party tied to him because it would hurt their standing among women and moderate voters.
Moore’s lawyer knows all of these facts and seems to be lashing out in desperation. Although his letter is rife with comical spelling errors and punctuation errors, it does seem like he’s gotten one thing right: He knows that people are healing from unrighteous deception. If only he knew how many more people would be healed if his client dropped out. He’d do us all a great service!
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So he needs an exit strategy
Roy Moore’s lawyer has written an embarrassing demand letter. As if Roy Moore wasn’t already becoming the poster boy for white evangelical moral hypocrisy and out-of-toughness in America, he hired the head of an activist law firm that focuses on divorces and property disputes to write his response to accusations by two more women.
He sexually assaulted them when they were teenagers. Leigh Coffman says she was 14 when she met Roy Moore. She alleged that he stripped her clothes off and touched her over her bra and underpants while guiding her hand to touch him over his underwear. Debbie Wesson Gibson says she was 17 when she met Roy Moore who had asked her on a date to his house as well as kissed her there without consent.
He thinks this little ploy will do it.
Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexually assaulting underage girls back in the ’70s and ’80s is doing his best to stay out of prison.
With his popularity sinking fast as people believe he committed these crimes and should be prosecuted as such, he sent lawyer Trenton Garmon to Fox News claiming that his only problem was with how
The Washington Post dealt with the unsubstantiated allegations. What Roy forgot is that, if the allegations are true – which we now know some of them are – then those 16-year-old girls were underage at the time. However, Garmon doesn’t want us to think about this.
But who is he fooling?
Roy Moore has been making some of the most embarrassing demands in response to his scandals. From keeping his social media presence active to being given a copy of exhibits A-K so he can refute the women coming forward with allegations, it is clear he doesn’t want these women to stop ruining his life.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, his lawyer tried one more thing: Roy will not consent to participating in an interview or giving any testimony unless The Washington Post publishes details of its sources for all articles about him and each piece admits that the sources were false.
Moore does not care about finding the truth here – he just wants revenge on those who exposed him for being unfit for office and unsuitable as a father or human being.
Everyone but Roy Moore
Roy Moore is the Republican nominee for Alabama senator and unrepentant pedophile. The child molestation allegations have dogged him since he first ran for public office in 1977 but resurfaced in November of last year. Like most Republicans in positions of power and authority, he denied everything at first.
That is until it became politically expedient to turn on fellow Republicans, including President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. He then turned on his daughter and alleged that she spread the rumor that he was a pedophile all over town to undermine him.
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