Roy Moore Accuser Feels ‘Fantastic’ About Jones Victory: ‘I’m Not Giving Up’
Beverly Nelson, who has accused Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was a teen, says Moore’s loss shows that “Alabama is about to make some changes” https://t.co/4jpH4inIFb
— New Day (@NewDay) December 13, 2017
Despite election-night predictions that libtards would soon be crying snowflakes into their crooked-cuck mugs, or whatever, Doug Jones managed to eke out a victory in last night’s Alabama special election for Senate, lessening the Republican majority by one crucial seat.
The shocking victory came after multiple women stepped forward to accuse GOP candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, with many of them claiming these incidents occurred when they were underage.
One such accuser, Beverly Young Nelson, appeared on CNN’s New Day this morning, exuding joy to host Alisyn Camerota.
“I’m feeling fantastic,” she said. “Roy Moore’s loss means to me the fact that Alabama is about to make some changes and I believe it is gonna be on the positive side of things.”
“I’m super excited. I could not even say more.”
Nelson also suggested that her allegation against Roy Moore, in which she said he trapped her in a car in the parking lot behind a restaurant before sexually assaulting her, “may have played a part” in the victory for Democrats.
“I feel like it was not just me. It was all of us,” she said, referencing Moore’s other accusers.
Nelson expressed vindication to Camerota, noting that the results of the election proved that she and the other accusers were actually being listened to, and suggesting legal action against Moore may be forthcoming.
“There’s no reason for me to go lie on television when this was the truth from day one,” she said. “I’m not giving up.”
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