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Willie Geist: GOP Will Be Labeled ‘Party Of The Pedophile’ If Moore Wins [VIDEO]

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MSNBC’s Willie Geist stated that the if Roy Moore is elected in his senatorial race, then the Republican party will be dubbed “the party of a pedophile.”

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“If your moral code doesn’t dictate that you come out strongly against someone who’s been accused of  these things, maybe a political strategic argument would prevail with the president,” Geist stated.

He then claimed that if Roy Moore wins the Senate seat in Alabama, the GOP “Will be saddled, as you all have just said, as the party of a pedophile for the rest of Roy Moore’s term.”

“And by the way, the president will be saddled with that,” Geist continued.

Strikingly, Geist made no mention whatsoever of the 26 flights Bill Clinton took on sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express” from 2001-2003. The “Lolita Express” was a Boeing 727 plane fitted with rooms where underage women were allegedly pimped out to men to provide various sexual acts. In 2008, Epstein was convicted of soliciting sexual acts from a 14-year-old girl.

Former Democrat President Bill Clinton’s 26 flights on Epstein’s plane included extended trips around the world, and on 11 of those flights, the former president had the company of a soft core porn actress.

Geist also failed to mention the sexual misconduct allegations against Democrat Senator Al Franken, who has been accused of groping and forcibly kissing news anchor Leeann Tweeden.

He also skipped over the allegations of sexual misconduct raised against Rep. John Conyers Jr, who used $27,000 in federal funds to pay off a woman who accused him of sexual harassment. Conyers is currently the oldest serving member of the House of Representatives, and serves as the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee.

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