The vast majority of Republicans have withdrawn their endorsements of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. Famously, Senate Leader Mitch McConnell said that he believed the women accusing Moore of predatory behavior of a minor(s). Yet, when it comes to the 20-plus women that have accused President Donald Trump of sexual harassment, sexual assault or sexual misconduct, there are nothing but crickets.
Comedian Seth Meyers couldn't help but notice that some members were still holding out on responding to the Moore allegations. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) most notably said that he still supports Moore and refused to pull his endorsement
Meyers cited a Huffington Post reporter, who tried to get Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) to answer where he stood on the Moore scandal, but he refused to answer.
"I'm working on taxes right now and concentrating on that and heading to a meeting where I have to speak," Enzi said.
The same happened with Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), who replied simply, "no comment."
Most of the members of the GOP that Moore has spent months criticizing, have been more than happy to attack their potential colleague. But all of that seems a bit hypocritical, given Trump's own admissions on video saying he liked to grab women by their genitals.
In a press conference, Trump tried to claim that "the future was bright" but Meyers couldn't help but notice how bummed out he looked while he was walking away from reporters asking him about Moore.
Meyers closed by calling it a "society-wide problem born out of systemic misogyny and abuse of power."
Trump even tweeted out his own attack on Franken, asking where his "hands might go in photo 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6." The internet quickly called out the hypocrisy there as well.