Roy Moore's lawyer is as awful as his client

"Let those who can resist a hot 14-year-old in a school skirt cast the first stone".   Okay.

"Let those who can resist a hot 14-year-old in a school skirt cast the first stone". 


Without taking anything away from the awfulness of Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Al Franken, and our former president Bill Clinton, senatorial candidate Roy Moore should be disqualified just for hiring such an inept mouthpiece (as well as his horrible behavior, of course).

Speaking to Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle on Wednesday, lawyer Trenton Garmon claimed multiple women alleging Moore attempted to groom them as children ― including one who says Moore sexually assaulted her ― were instead “false witnesses.”
“Based on what I’ve seen, facts out there now, there’s questions” about the validity of the witnesses’ statements, Garmon said. “There’s issues about mental health we’ve not yet had the opportunity to get into.”
In a clip played by MSNBC, Fox News anchor Sean Hannity asked Moore if he would remember dating girls as young as 17. Moore responded no, but that he would not dispute the claims.
“If Roy Moore doesn’t remember, why would he say it’s false?” Ruhle asked the lawyer. “And why would he need permission from these girls’ mothers if they’re not underage?” 
Garman fumbled for an answer.
“Culturally speaking, obviously there’s differences,” Garmon started. “I looked up Ali’s background there, wow, that’s awesome that you have got such a diverse background ― it’s really cool to read.”
Velshi and Ruhle both appeared perplexed.
“What does Ali’s background have to do with dating a 14-year-old?” Ruhle responded. “Please answer: What does Ali Velshi’s background have do with dating 14-year-old girls?”
“In other countries, there’s arrangements through parents for what we would refer to as consensual marriage,” Garmon said.
“Ali is from Canada,” Ruhle said.
“I don’t know where you’re going with this, Trenton,” Velshi said.
Garmon continued to fumble his responses, leading Ruhle to another line of questioning.
“You have young daughters,” she told Garmon. “If your daughter was 14, would you think it’s appropriate that she date a man in his 30s? Would you think it was normal that a random man sign her yearbook?”
“I would say no,” Garmon said. “If someone came to me like what was postulated there and said, ‘May I date your daughter ― don’t know her age’ ― I would say no.”

It would be a shame to lose a single Republican senator from the present 52-48 majority, but that's a reasonable price to pay to avoid seeing a child molester seated, even if the Democrats keep Franken and Menendez in place.