Before most of you go crazy, Ben Shapiro was also against President Trump when the audio tape came out before the election.
Remember the audio tape where the former candidate then said women let you grab them in their nether regions. The media changed a few words and said Trump just went around grabbing women when that isn’t what he said but let’s not beat a dead horse.
Ben Shapiro, a young man who hasn’t been part of a winning team in a long time when it comes to politics, thinks he knows what is best for Judge Roy Moore. Shapiro has been using identity politics as his niche to raise his voice for years and cement himself as an authority on the black community even though he doesn’t go there. Now he’s the utmost authority on whether or not Moore should drop out of the Alabama race.
Shapiro said the allegations from events that happened 40 years ago are credible so Moore “has needs to go.” I’ve stated this before, and I will repeat it; if this happens and Moore drops out because GOP establishment with Shapiro’s mindset gives credibility to allegations with no proof, anyone this happens to in the future will “have to drop out,” as the precedent would have been set.
Source: Fox News
“Of course he needs to go,” the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire said on “Outnumbered” Wednesday. “He has not provided any explanation as to why the allegations are false.”
Two women have accused the GOP nominee for Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat of sexually assaulting them when they were underage and he was a district attorney in his thirties back in the 1970s. Moore has denied the allegations, but the stories kept coming last week, including one that he had been banned from a mall for trying to pick up teenage girls.
The accusations are “highly credible,” Shapiro said. Just because Democrats are using them politically does not mean they are untrue, he pointed out.
“If all these allegations were made about a Democrat, would you be sitting there defending Roy Moore, or would you be sitting there saying, ‘This person is guilty,'” the political commentator asked.
Fox News brings on individuals that say what they want for the most part, and Shapiro echoes what the media has been serving against Moore the last week or so. He just does it annoyingly. Shapiro says Moore must prove he’s not innocent. The only problem with that is that isn’t the way the justice system is supposed to work.
The proof of the allegation is on the accuser; then they become the victim. If we follow Shapiro’s template, allegations with no merit will be classified as “credible” and thrown at anyone and everyone.
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