The governor calls out Alabama GOP candidate to step down.
You can add Ohio Governor John Kasich to the growing list of Republicans asking GOP Alabama candidate Roy Moore to step down.
This comes from a Washington Post story broke an allegation that Moore initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old back in 1979. Since the release of the article, three more women have come forward accusing the Senate candidate of teenage molestation.
Gov. Kasich went to his Twitter account to make his feelings public asking his party to “not support him (Moore).”
“These allegations are completely false and misleading,” Moore said Friday on Sean Hannity’s radio show. On the flip side, he admitted to dating “a lot of young women,” when he was back from serving in the military in his 30s. Out of the four accusers, he did admit he has met and know two of them.
To shed light on the other disturbing details of Moore as a person, he is a known bigot in Alabama.
Gov. John Kasich Says GOP Should Not Support Candidate Roy Moore was originally published on mycolumbusmagic.com
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