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The raw emotion here, intertwined with regret is stirring to say the least. His point is well made. Roy Moore is unfit to serve in Washington and this Alabama peanut farmer knows it.
Let us hope the majority who vote tomorrow in Alabama know it as well.
“Someone needs to speak up.”
“I was anti-gay myself. I said bad things to my daughter, which I regret.”
“You know Judge Moore not just said my daughter, he didn’t call my daughter by name he said all gay people are perverts, abominations. That’s not true. We don’t need a person like that representing us in Washington.”
Father, who says he’s a local peanut farmer in Wicksburg, outside Roy Moore rally talks about losing his gay daughter at age of 23 to suicide. “I was anti-gay myself. I said bad things to my daughter, which I regret.” pic.twitter.com/J0oOU0EJI2
— Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) December 11, 2017
Nathan Mathis says Roy Moore called his daughter a pervert because she was gay. pic.twitter.com/2nPHmnXuaW
— Ben H. Raines (@BenHRaines) December 11, 2017
Nathan Mathis is here outside the Moore event. He tells me his daughter committed suicide and says Roy Moore called her a pervert because she was gay. Ã¢ÂÂMy sign says it all,Ã¢ÂÂ he said. pic.twitter.com/5qZnM0IyNJ
— Andrew Desiderio (@desiderioDC) December 11, 2017
I know which side of history, morality, and American values my party has chosen. https://t.co/8tStPBoXB3
— Jason Kander (@JasonKander) December 12, 2017
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