In an appearance on CNN, Breitbart editor Joel Pollak was asked about the ongoing scandal of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. Pollak found an inventive new way to defend Moore, who has been castigated from all sides for his conduct around young girls when he was in his 30s.
Pollak brought up Ringo Starr’s 1973 hit cover of “You’re Sixteen, You’re Beautiful“, pointing out that Starr sung those lyrics admiring a 16-year old girl when he was in his 30s. Watch the video of Pollak arguing on CNN below, and tell us whether or not you think his argument holds water in the comments. To comment, sign up as a CBC Insider HERE.
Breitbart editor cites Ringo Starr's hit cover of the song "You're Sixteen" in defense of Roy Moore who is accused of pursing sexual relationships with teen girls https://t.co/xitPiSfiNV pic.twitter.com/XkaZSyI80J
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