Kayla Moore, wife of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, accuses media of painting couple as anti-Semitic. pic.twitter.com/Vcczj6pNPv
— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 12, 2017
I mean, he’s just a caricature at this point right?
As long as the church has the power to close the lips of men, so long and no longer will superstition rule this world.
— Daily Ingersoll (@IngersollDaily) December 12, 2017
A father who’s a local peanut farmer in Alabama, standing outside a Roy Moore rally, talks about losing his gay daughter at age of 23 to suicide. Says people shouldn’t vote for Moore who calls gay people perverts & an abomination.#VoteDoug #VoteDougJones pic.twitter.com/3Y97mNXsso
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) December 12, 2017
And for a reason why Republicans are able to elect horrible people every single time you just need to take a look at this article at Medium titled Doug Jones is a Terrible Candidate: A critique of Doug Jones from the left:
So, then, most would say, the choice is clear: vote for Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate running against him. Surely, he doesn’t have as terrible a history as Roy Moore? And they would be right! As of yet, Doug Jones has not been publicly accused of sexual assault, has not been removed from his post twice, and has had generally favorable things to say about LGBT inclusiveness. In fact, as he is oft to point out, he helped prosecute the KKK terrorists who, in 1963, bombed a Birmingham church, leading to the death of four young girls. These are all wonderful qualities, even if, excluding the prosecution of the KKK, they are things we would expect most good people to have.
The problem with Doug Jones is revealed not when you point out what he hasn’t done that Roy Moore has, but rather when you look at what Doug Jones says he plans to do, or, as is often the case, not do. At a time when the already abysmal American healthcare system is at threat of being outright gutted by congress, Doug Jones has repeatedly shied away from supporting Bernie Sanders’s Medicare For All plan, and has not backed single-payer healthcare (an immensely popular policy proposal) despite the fact that his very own website states that he believes “Health care is a right, not a privilege limited to the wealthy and those with jobs that provide coverage.” Jones has also shied away from dedicating himself to supporting a $15 livable wage, again, despite the fact that his own website says that he “strongly support[s] ensuring working Alabamians receive a living wage for their hard work.” And, in a time when the college debt crisis is racking up in the trillions of dollars, he has not endorsed any sort of tuition-free college education program, despite?—?and I know this is getting tiresome?—?his own website stating that “Providing a quality education to all children is the key to a long-term thriving economy.”
Sweet mother of zeus. You have two candidates available to vote for. One is fine with slavery, taking rights away from the LGBT community and every other person who is not an evangelical nut job and oh yeah, he likes to fuck children. The other is, gasp, a politician who doesn’t support every single view that you may love. BUT NEITHER DOES THE PEDOPHILE! This isn’t even a hard choice. I don’t even think this should be a hard choice for conservatives, let alone this idiot author who I’m guessing is extremely liberal.
I really don’t really care that Trump drinks an insane amount of diet soda a day (out of all the reasons why I can’t stand him, this doesn’t really even blip my radar) except for the fact that there is always a tweet. ALWAYS!
I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14, 2012
About 10 years ago, at the after-party for a wine auction in New Orleans, a woman in her 20s walked up to Mario Batali to introduce herself. As a chef, she was excited to meet one of the most revered figures in the restaurant industry. When they started talking, she recalls, she realized that he’d been drinking and he became what she characterized as “creepy” — “just giving me this provocative, icky feeling.”
Minutes into their conversation, she recalls, he told her, “Come work for me, I’ll pay you double what you’re making.” Moments later, someone bumped her glass, spilling wine all over her chest and down her scooped-neck shirt. She alleges that Batali began rubbing her breasts with his bare hands while saying something like, “Let me help you with that,” as he groped her chest. “He just went to town, and I was so shocked,” the chef says. “Jaw on the ground, I just stepped back from him in utter disgust and walked away.”
The chef is one of four women who allege that Batali touched them inappropriately in a pattern of behavior that appears to span at least two decades. Three of the women worked for Batali in some capacity during their careers. One former employee alleges that over the course of two years, he repeatedly grabbed her from behind and held her tightly against his body. Another former employee alleges that he groped her and that, in a separate incident, he compelled her to straddle him; another alleges that he grabbed her breasts at a party, though she no longer worked for him at the time. The woman whose allegations are described above has never worked for Batali, though she works in the restaurant industry.