Roy Moore has been accused of sexual harassment by many women. However, there is not a lot of evidence which sparks a debate on how you treat the situation. According to Jeb Bush, Moore should drop out of the race for senate, despite what the courts say.
“This is not a question of innocence or guilt like in a criminal proceeding, this is a question of what’s right and what’s wrong. Acknowledging that you’re dating teenagers when you’re 32-years old as assistant state attorney is wrong. It’s just plain wrong,” said Jeb.
“We need to stand for basic principles, and decency has to be one of those. In the really poisonous political environment we have right now, one of the rules I think has to apply is that when you attack somebody on the other party, and the other team, for doing something wrong, when it happens on your team you have an obligation, I think, to speak out as well,” he said.
Countless others have weighed in. Including Ted Cruz. “One of two things should happen: If these allegations are true, Judge Moore should drop out now. Today,” started Cruz.
“The people of Alabama deserve to have the option of voting for a strong conservative who has not committed criminal conduct. Or two, if these allegations are not true, then Judge Moore needs to come forward with a strong, persuasive rebuttal demonstrating that they are untrue,” he said.
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