Democrats were quick point fingers after numerous accusations against Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore broke out.
The media used the golden opportunity to deal a tough blow to Republicans.
It’s a story that’s worth to fill the headlines.
Moore was accused of harassing a 14-year old, something that happened 39 years ago when he was 32. The Alabama GOP Senate candidate was also accused of trying to get in touch with three other women aged 16, 17 and 18 around that same exact time period.
So liberal media outlets, as usual, blew the whole things out of proportion even though the story may not be true. However, Democrats are on the clock now. Another story leaked and it involves a Democrat. The story is about David Alcon who is a Democrat running for Congress form the second district in New Mexico. His name was in the headlines because a warrant was issued for him for supposedly stalking a woman.
The woman who was scared for her own life attended a Halloween party at a hotel in Santa Fe on Oct. 28. According to her, she started receiving constant text messages from Alcon. He allegedly sent her a picture where he is butt naked and his genitals are visible. Alcon was also watching her from the dark and in some messages, you can see that he is professing his love for her.
On that night when the Halloween party went down, Alcon texted her that he was outside her apartment waiting for her to come over. Santa Fe police quickly issued a warrant for his arrest two days after the incident. But Alcon did not turn himself in.
He finally got what he deserved when Albuquerque Police arrested him at the Villa De San Felipe Apartments when they were called there for a welfare check on Friday, November 10. No one knew what Alcon was doing there. Police are still silent about the case, but Albuquerque police will throw additional charges at Alcon.
Democrats are still nowhere to be found on this story. But that’s not all. Alcon was also previously convicted of aggravated stalking a woman in 2007. Not long ago, Alcon was convicted of domestic violence, battery, assault, and violation of a restraining order.
And this story is finally getting some daylight after all these years.
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