Moments Before Election, Vietnam Vet Broke Silence On What Roy Moore Really Did At Underage Brothel
After every shot that was fired at Moore’s head and demeanor, and every attack on his honor, Judge Roy Moore endured and kept pushing forward. So much so, that he is now winning in the polls.
GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore held a big rally on Monday night in Alabama. It was now down to the wire, with the vote coming between Moore and his opponent, Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday. So people came out in the final moments to say why they were supporting Moore and what they thought about him.
One of the people who spoke on the history of Judge Roy Moore was an old military friend, Bill Staehle, who had served with Moore in Vietnam.
The war buddy defended his longtime friend against all the allegations that the liberals put out, that he acted in a sexually inappropriate way with teenagers by telling a story of something that had happened in Vietnam.
Staehle, who is not 70-years-old was a captain in the
Military Police at a base just outside Da Nang, a perennial hot spot, while Moore was a West Point grad and also a captain.
His story began when a third officer, who was about to return to the States, came in a Jeep and invited the two out for a beer to celebrate.
He expected they’d go to a bar and talk. Instead, the guy pulled up at a nondescript house that was guarded by a couple South Vietnamese police with automatic weapons.
“We went inside and as soon as we walked in, Roy and I knew it was a brothel,” he said. “The captain we were with was greeted by a couple of women and he obviously knew what was going on.
‘I could tell you what I saw, but I don’t want to,’ Staehle first told the crowd, gathered in a large rustic barn used for weddings, before divulging some details. ‘There were certainly pretty girls. And they were girls. They were young. Some were probably very young.’
But as a testament to Moore – who has been accused by multiple women of sexual harassment and assault while they were teens – the candidate said, ‘We shouldn’t be here, I’m leaving,’ according to Staehle’s account. ‘That was Roy, honorable, disciplined, morally straight, highly principled,’ Staehle said.
“What I saw, felt and knew about him in Vietnam stands in stark contrast to those allegations,” he said. “I sincerely doubt that Roy’s character had changed fundamentally and dramatically in a few short years later.”
There you have it libs, a real Vietnam veteran who was THERE with MOORE just told you what happened. We debunked your sick smears once again. Just give up and accept that Roy Moore really is an honorable, disciplined, morally straight, highly principled man! Share if you support MOORE!