Quite the sign. Fox News is saying reasonable things about the situation:
To make the conspiracy theory work, the plot has to keep growing.
Nailed it! I wish this was put forth as a common way of measuring your conspiracy theory: If the conspiracy has to keep growing in response to criticisms, it has a vanishingly smaller chance of being true.
Conservatives can’t chortle at every Harvey Weinstein who goes down, but circle the wagons around a conservative folk hero. It makes a mockery of conservativism’s claim to moral high ground.
None of this amounts to proof beyond reasonable doubt, but Alabama voters don’t have the luxury of waiting for certainty. We need to form a judgment based on incomplete evidence. Given what we know, we have every reason to believe the women’s charges.
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat asked what would have happened if Moore had confessed, asked forgiveness, and humbly placed his fate in the hands of voters…It’s sound spiritual counsel, and I think it would have worked politically.
Given the conservative slant, actually a pretty good piece.