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Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore dropped by Sean Hannity’s radio program Friday afternoon to respond to allegations that he’d pursued sexual encounters with four teenagers when he was in his 30s — including one woman who said she was 14 when Moore approached her.And while he called the story “completely false and misleading,” he said he “didn’t dispute” that he used to date girls as young as 16.Hannity pressed Moore on whether he had dated girls in their teens when he was in 30s.“Not generally, no,” the former judge said in response.“It would not have been my customary behavior,” Moore said.Moore, in denying the allegations, said that after 40 years of public service and five statewide campaigns, “this has never been brought up.” “This never happened, they know it never happened, and obviously you don’t wait 40 years to bring up something like this,” he claimed.It was one of many bizarre defenses offered by Moore, who denied the most explosive of the allegations in the Washington Post report — that as a 32-year-old in 1979 he had kissed and touched 14-year-old Leigh Corfman on multiple separate occasions.
I remember what it was like to be young and “on the cusp”.
“If you abuse a 14-year-old, you shouldn’t be a Senate candidate,” Moore replied.
“I agree with that.” In a final exchange, Hannity pressed again on Moore’s age at the time of the alleged incidents, asking if he had dated teenage girls in his 30s.
(The legal drinking age in Alabama at the time was 19, meaning Thacker Deason would have been drinking underage.) Moore’s denial here largely stemmed from the fact that it was, in his words, “a dry county.” “We never would have had liquor,” Moore said, adding, “As I recall, she was 19 or older ...
that just never happened, I never provided alcohol [or] beer.” But again, he didn’t deny knowing Thacker Deason.