The very flimsy allegations made against Judge Roy Moore are falling apart. Now Judge Moore considers legal action after the allegations have been debunked.
At this point it is very obvious that Beverly Nelson was not telling the truth.
It's pretty obvious that Alabama voters are paying attention. Moore is back in the lead in polls and leads Doug Jones by at least 6 points in several polls this week. Additional to that President Trump gave him the nod of approval from his home in Mar-a-lago on Tuesday.
Now it is being reported that Judge Roy Moore is considering legal action against at least one of the women who accused him of sexual conduct 38 years ago.
Per NBC News:
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore is considering legal action against one or more of the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, he said Tuesday night.
Moore, the Republican nominee to replace U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Senate in a Dec. 12 special election, has strongly denied all accusations that he inappropriately approached or accosted woman, some of them who were underage at the time of the alleged incidents.
Asked about some of his accusers in an interview Tuesday night with controversial conservative radio talk show host Scott Beason on Alabama Cable Network, Moore repeated: “I don’t know them. I’ve never spoken to them, and certainly I didn’t do anything to them.”
Moore has previously threatened to sue The Washington Post, which first reported the allegations against him, and Alabama Media Group, which publishes The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and the Press-Register of Mobile.
Kayla Moore, Judge Roy Moore's wife, mentioned earlier in the week that he could also press charges against The Washington Post.
These false claims hurt Judge Moore in a big way so it's very understandable if he is seeking retribution by pressing charges.