Laura Ingraham's deranged defense of Roy Moore completely dismisses the reported assaults against young girls 

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Let me tell you, in 1987 I was 22 years old in Washington, D.C. and Ted Kennedy, God bless him, and Chris Dodd who I actually like as a person, there’s a lot of you know, rolling around on the floor in the Brasserie restaurant with 20-something[s]. I mean let’s be honest, the Democrats tethered themselves to Democrats who were all over the place morally for years and held them up as the lions of the Senate. The great lions, let alone someone who died in Chappaquiddick.

JUAN WILLIAMS: Laura, wow.

INGRAHAM: Let’s not talk about the moral barometer of the country.

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WILLIAMS: Was that a 14 year old girl? Was that a 14 year old girl?

INGRAHAM: Is that a life?

WILLIAMS: Who was stripped down by this guy?

INGRAHAM: She’s dead, she’s dead, not here to celebrate Christmas this year.

WILLIAMS: How about the 16 year old that said that he was taking her out in the woods?

INGRAHAM: No.

WILLIAM: Come on, Laura.

Previously:

Laura Ingraham hosts Herman Cain to warn that the “current climate” of sexual assault allegations have possibly gone “too far”

How pro-Trump media are attacking Moore’s accusers: claiming a forged yearbook signature, suggesting bribery, and quibbling over a phone’s location

Roy Moore and the rot in conservative politics

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