5th Roy Moore accuser speaks out about his alleged sexual misconduct

"The View" co-hosts discuss Beverly Young Nelson's allegations and Moore's future in politics.
7:48 | 11/14/17

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the allegations are piling up in Alabama after a fifth accuser Beverley young Nelson said Roy Moore sexually abused her when she was 16. Take a look. Mr. Moore reached over and began groping me. Him putting his hands on my breasts. He began squeezing my neck, attempting to force my head onto his crotch. I was terrified. He was also trying to pull my shirt off. I thought that he was going to rape me. He said you're just a child, and that I am the district attorney of etowah county and if you tell anyone about this, no one will ever believe you. Now, there are also other reports that Moore was banned from a local mall for trying to pick up teenagers. A lot of Republicans are turning on him including Mitch Mcconnell who says he believes the women, but some are still sticking to him and I guess a lot of people are trying to figure out why. First of all, if you can't shop at the local mall maybe you shouldn't be there. Just a basic part -- Predatory behavior. Yeah. They said it was like not an official but they knew to keep their eye out for a guy that wore a suit and liked to prai on teenagers. Senator Jeff flake said just to be clear, if the choices were between Roy Moore and a Democrat, I would run to vote for the Democrat. Who said that? Jeff flake. When I was prosecuting these child sex crimes, people were very uncomfortable with the notion that the girl looked kind of grown and looked kind of adult. And there's -- and so they felt like, you know, it must be consensus consensual, like they couldn't jive the two together. I used to show pictures of the kid at the age when the pra days started, at the age when the grooming started and it made a big difference. There's a me at 14 campaign. We have some of them. Look at what 14-year-old girls look like. So this is a 14-year-old girl and she says, this is me at 14. I was on the gymnastics team and sang in the choir. I was not dating a 32-year-old man. When supporters are saying they still support him, I hope they look at what a 14-year-old looks like. Me at 16 wasn't much better. Took a few years. I think it's important to note that this was not even the trump candidate in Alabama trump supported Luther strange, actually went down and campaigned for for H campaigned for him and it didn't happen. Roy Moore, the ultimate Steve Bannon candidate is the nominee. The problem right now for conservatives like me is these are not traditional candidates you would be putting up from my perspective, and I think when you have these populist revolution and this constant fight with traditional conservatives and traditional Republicans, you're going to end up with candidates like this who quite frankly aren't vetd to the degree that they need to. Let me tell you, this stain is going to stick with us into the midterms and going into 2020. To Republicans? Republicans, 100%. You don't think someone who is accused of pedophilia and touching a woman and banned from a mall, these attack ads write themselves. It breaks my heart because again there's so many other worthy candidates for this. When you're talking for voting for Roy Moore versus voting for a Democrat, politics is tribal and I think sometimes people will just vote for their people no matter what. Speaker Paul Ryan just said -- this is breaking news -- in Roy Moore cares about the values of the people he claims to care about, he should step aside. It's the speak of the house saying that. We were talking this morning about something that David brooks was writing in "The new York Times" about the siege mentality, that these people who were on his team and a lot of the trump voters feel that they are under siege, that there's too much with the gay rights and too much women's rights and abortion rights, et cetera. Their tribe is under siege and that's where they're coming from. Hopefully you don't -- But they are, Sara. We're losing sight of what our values are traditionally supposed to be. If you can't come out and say pedophiles should be sitting in the same seat as the other senators in the Republican party, we are losing sight. Since when is that a political issue? Pedophilia is the deal breaker because -- that's the deal breaker on the siege mentality. It should be. What I was going to say is there's a year book inscription. Do we have a picture of that year book inscription? Because Roy Moore signed this lady's year book when she was in high school, and it -- oh go ahead, related it. It says to a sweeter, more beautiful girl I could not say merry Christmas. Signed Roy Moore, D.A. What oofds me about it also besides the fact that she's a child is that he writes the word beautiful in it. It's like why are you ogling this girl? Yes. There's a clue right in the statement. And you know, we are sick of men ogling us. I don't even want anybody telling me a look good anymore. I mean it. I can't even stand the compliments anymore. It's like stop looking at me, you know. And this is what these young girls have to put up with on the subway, on the street, wherever we go, they're looking. Just stop it. And they sexualize. I think there's a difference between being looked add and being raped and being groped. The majority of Republicans, Ted Cruz said it's unusual for grown men to be signing young women's year books but I will say please don't blanket all Republicans in this vain. These are Bannon people, Bannon populist is the way I would describe Roy Moore. I beg of the American public to differentiate. I think people are starting to recommends that, but you said something interesting and I want to point out that America is always changing. And so, you know, in the '40s when black people were told they could not be with white people, they could not have relationships with white people, when people started to blend, people lost their minds. They got over it though. Yeah. This is the same with gay people. Gay people are here, and they are American citizens. They are people who live next door to you and me. And they should be accorded every right that everybody else is accorded. And I get that folks feel under siege, but that's what change does sometimes. It makes you feel like, what the hell? What the hell? And if that's what you're going through, we're all going through it together, so in fact, it turns out we may have more in common than we do -- Apart. We always have more in common. We have to say, Roy Moore has denied the allegations of his accusers including the newest one, Beverley Nelson. He has described the accusations as politically motivated. That's what he says this is all about. They give the argument why are they coming out now. They're coming out now because a lot of women are coming out now. That's the reason. Well they're coming out now because people now know it is dangerous -- To be quiet. To do this. It is more dangerous to us as women to be quiet than it is to not. Now you know people are not going to take it. Everything is going to get vetted, so if you're coming out, know that folks are like going to be right behind you and we're going to walk together and make sure you don't let this continue. 20 years is too long to let somebody leave somebody out

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