Stephen Colbert dissects Roy Moore’s sexual assault allegations with brutal wit
The Roy Moore sexual assault scandal reached new heights of creepiness after The New Yorker reported that the Republican candidate for Senate in Alabama was banned from a shopping mall in the 1980s, when he was an assistant district attorney.
Moore, who is now under fire from fellow Republicans and House Speaker Paul Ryan, was the main target of Stephen Colbert’s Late Show monologue. And boy, did he deliver.
“Five women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct against them when they were teens, and now we’ve learned that in the ’80s, when he was an assistant district attorney, Moore was banned from an Alabama shopping mall for bothering teenage girls,” said Colbert.
“The only place in the mall the girls were safe is Forever 21, because that is way too old for Roy Moore.”