Hannity: And you can say unequivocally that you never dated anybody that was in their late teens like that when you were 32?
Roy Moore: "It would have been out of my customary behavior, that's right."
Which isn't an unequivocal no. It's merely an assertion that doing so wouldn't have been "customary" for him. Interesting as well that there are accusers who say that Moore pursued them between the ages of 16 and 18, but the most scandalous accusation is sexual contact with a 14-year-old. Fourteen is not a "late teen."
Hannity: In other words, you don't recall ever dating any girl that young when you were that old?
Roy Moore: "I've said no."
As if teeing up a classic evasion, Hannity frames this as a recollection question, and Moore still doesn't muster a straight "no."
Hannity: And you think that's inappropriate too, that's what you're saying?
Moore: "Inappropriate, yes."
Which isn't saying he didn't do any of what he's accused of, but it is admitting that such behavior is inappropriate. The part about the 14-year-old would have also been illegal, but Hannity framed it more mildly as inappropriate.
Hannity: "Do you remember dating girls that young at that time?"
Moore: "Not generally, no. If I did, I’m not going to dispute anything, but I don’t remember anything like that."
You get the idea.
Then there is Louis CK who admitted to the claims of all of his accusers. I didn't expect that one. He's admitted to all of it. A friend said she's actually had that thought about CK, so she wasn't surprised at all.
Then there is a civil right leader who has done some monstrous things. I knew one of his victims, and his actions were devastating to her, but it's up to her to come forward. I hope she does.