Court documents raise questions about Corfman’s account

Here in the Washington D.C. area, polite society has reached judgment on the allegations against Roy Moore, and moved on. Mitch McConnell, a political enemy of Moore, rendered the verdict. “I believe the women,” he said. He didn’t tell us what facts he had reviewed or why he believed all of them.

Ivanka Trump, who has a brand to protect, concurred, declaring:

There is a special place in hell for people who prey on children. I’ve yet to see a valid explanation, and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts.

Doug Jones, Moore’s opponent in the Alabama Senate race, has converted this pronouncement into an effective political ad. The president’s daughter may help the Democrats pick up this seat.

  • Brett McS

    Roy Moore could counter with an effective political ad featuring Mitch McConnell’s comment.

  • SDMatt

    You know this really isn’t a question of sexual impropriety given the 24/7 coverage the lying MSM-DNC has given this vs the paucity of coverage through the years on the raping Kennedy’s, raping Bill Clinton, as well as their raping friends in Hollyweird.

  • andycanuck

    At least Powerline’s commenters have their sh1t together.

  • Hard Little Machine

    If it turns out not be true everyone at CNN should be flayed alive on air

  • Watchman

    According to my reading, Ivanka is not a conservative, and definitely not a Republican. I could see her on the same platform as Hillary Clinton, endorsing a woman president, but I suspect Hillary doesn’t like sharing any stage with any woman more attractive than her.

    I’m wondering it this is deliberate sabotage? I also think all of this outing of Weinsten, Spacey, et al, is leading up to a Democrat win in the house and eventual impeachment of Trump based purely on the unsupported accusations of sexual assault. The scary thing is that you will probably find many Republican politicians who would be voting for impeachment and would accept the loss of both houses in order to achieve that.

    • Brett McS

      There is no doubt in my mind that McCain and others would be quite happy to see the Republicans lose the Senate and House just in order to stop Trump succeeding as President. Of course that would be death of the Republican party, but they don’t understand that.

  • DaninVan

    Daddy needs to have a heart-to-heart with Darling Daughter; the subject of Daddy’s Will might have some bearing on the conversation.
    ‘With relatives like that who needs enemies?’

  • FivePointSpurgeonist

    Moore is up 30. Let him win and take his piece of flesh.