The opposition is upping the ante tonight in the crusade to keep Judge Roy Moore out of the U.S. Senate. Moore’s most significant accuser appeared on a nationwide TV interview this morning.
The other women pointing fingers at Moore claim he dated or showed interest in them while they were too young -- still in their late teens.
Leigh Corfman, though, basically calls Roy Moore a child molester.
It was her first TV interview since taking aim at Judge Roy Moore.
“I was a 14-year-old child trying to play in an adult’s world and he was 32-years-old.”
On the Today show. Leigh Corfman says she was naïve. “I was expecting candlelight and roses,” Corfman explained. “What I got was very different. I felt guilty. I felt like I was the one to blame. It was decades before I was able to let that go.”
Now, just days ahead of Alabama’s special election, Corfman is blaming Moore for seducing her nearly four decades ago.
Corfman alleges she sneaked out of her house to meet Moore. Her side of the story: they then went to Moore’s house.
“He removed my clothing,” she claimed. “He left the room and came back in wearing his white underwear. And he touched me over my clothing – what was left of it. And he tried to get me to touch him as well.”
Corfman admits when she told Moore she was uncomfortable, he offered to take her home which he did.
Roy Moore rejects Corfman’s allegations along with the others.
“They’re not only untrue,” Judge Moore said, “but, they have no evidence to support them.”
Moore maintains he’s been politically vetted for decades. The timing of this, he says, is to keep him out of the U.S. Senate.
Judge Moore blames Democrats.
He even blames Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the Washington establishment.