Roy Moore: Liberals, socialists and LGBT community are pushing sexual harassment allegations

Roy Moore: Liberals, socialists and LGBT community are pushing sexual harassment allegations

Self-evidently bad person Roy Moore is running for the USA senate seat in the great state of Alabama (we know the state is great because right now they're on the brink of electing a man currently being accused of sexual misconduct against women as young as 14 as their next senator).

Moore's Senate bid has been stung by allegations of sexual misconduct decades ago.

"After all the attacks against me, against my family, against the Foundation and against my husband, he will not step down", she said. "The entire time, all the girls are lying?" the man shouted while Moore tried to continue his speech.

However, several of Moore's supporters in the audience jumped in to defend him. "He's a man's man, the judge is a man's man!" he can be heard shouting in video of the incident obtained by

The comedian, wearing a T-shirt with the words "Gimme Moore", also was escorted out.

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The Rev. David Gonnella stood next to Moore at the lectern and called the protester a plant.

I don't recall the part in the Bible where Jesus told his disciples to creep out everyone at the local mall by hitting on teenagers, and Kimmel doesn't either. "The next one to disturb the service will be turned over to the police".

"I understand how people can be deceived by lies". "Roy Moore denies it - that's all I can say". Moore's campaign has been damaged by accusations of sexual assault and that he pursued relationships with teenage girls while in his 30s.

When asked about the race last week, Trump continued to point out that Moore had denied the allegations.

The chairman of Roy Moore's Senate campaign says potential vacancies on the Supreme Court make the upcoming Alabama contest all the more critical for conservatives concerned about the direction of the nation's highest court.

The special election for Alabama's U.S. Senate seat is December 12.

Moore has consistently dodged the media and refused to debate his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.