Hypocrite RINOs: Graham Call for Judge Roy to Quit Race, but Defends Bob Menendez

It’s a strange world we live in, isn’t it? Just by virtue of running for elected office, a man who’s an outsider to the Washington, DC power structure suddenly has accusers falling out of the sky claiming numerous examples of past crimes, all of a sexual nature.

Did you think I was referring to Judge Roy Moore? Nope. I was speaking of Herman Cain.

In the wake of the sudden allegations, Cain dropped out of the 2012 Republican primary race just as he was picking up traction. Just as Cain pulled the plug on his campaign, all the allegations of sexual impropriety amazingly came to an end.

But with all that aside, every political junkie in the nation already knows about The Washington Post, the entire Democratic Party, and every swamp creature with an (R) after his name is calling for Roy Moore’s head on a stick.

Himself once accused of collaborating with his communist captors in North Vietnam, Sen. John McCain took to social media to point out that guilt by accusation carries weight as far as he’s concerned;

Soon thereafter, Mitt Romney followed-up with his own twisted version of basic human rights;

You remember Mitt Romney, don’t you? He’s the one who was accused during the 2012 presidential race by then-Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid of over ten years of tax evasion. No proof, mind you. Just accusations.

Golly gee. Is it any wonder why gutless Mittens got his clock cleaned by Obama?

Yet as it turns out, both of the 2008 and 2012 GOP failed candidates aren’t the only RINOs to dogpile on Judge Moore.

As reported by Margaret Menge of the conservative news portal Lifezette.com;

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) said on Friday that if the allegations against Alabama candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore are true, he should step aside, and “should be dealt with severely.”

But Graham not only hasn’t called for Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez (N.J.), accused of having sex with underage prostitutes, to step aside — he also went to New Jersey on his own dime two weeks ago to testify as a character witness in Menendez’s corruption trial, telling the judge that Menendez is “very honest” and “honorable.”



Not to be outdone, the current Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell also took a huge dump on American jurisprudence.

As reported by Breitbart.com;

Monday at an event in Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) addressed the sexual misconduct accusations leveled against former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a report in The Washington Post.

McConnell said Roy Moore should step aside from his bid for the U.S. Senate.

A reporter asked, “Do you believe these allegations to be true?”

McConnell responded, “I believe the women. Yes”