Gloria Allred, who went after Herman Cain in 2012, is now hot on the trail of Judge Moore, whose attorney has raised substantial indications that Ms. Allred’s client’s “proof” may have been forged in significant ways. Here’s a video of his press conference:
I haven’t said anything much about Judge Roy Moore, or in fact, most of the others, who it seems are being hounded out of public life, both here and in the United Kingdom. Nor do I intend to. Jay D. Homnick writing in The Spectator tells you why.
Judge Roy Moore has always come across as an anachronism, a frontier character letting chips fall as they may and consequences be damned. It is hard to think of him without harking back to Judge Roy Bean, the quirky Justice of the Peace who ruled with an iron and ironic hand, dispensing a brand of justice from his saloon in Southwest Texas during the waning days of the 19th century. Unlike other jurisdictions which sentenced horse thieves to death, Bean would impose the commonsense sanction of making the man return the horse.
Bean was the father of four children, but he was so…
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