Senate candidate faces sexual misconduct allegations

Casey Dawson
December 1, 2017

Literally. Roy Moore is challenging Jimmy Kimmel to a fight.

They're all conservative Christians, and they've all been with Moore since his early days in the culture wars over the place of religion in public life.

"Who are they? The liberals". "This most recent incident is about Moore deflecting blame by placing it on one of his favorite targets: our community".

- It appears there are very few Moore voters who sat they are going to cast a ballot for Jones, most appear to have switched from Moore to undecided or write-in.

Democrat Doug Jones took the lead over Moore in the bid for the open Alabama Senate seat by a margin of eight points, according to a Fox News poll released November 16. "Roy Moore denies it - that's all I can say". "The entire time, all the girls are lying?" the man shouted while Moore tried to continue his speech.

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In a video posted by, Barbieri's Byrd - who appeared in a "Gimme Moore" t-shirt with the candidate's face on it - is seen standing in front of Moore and arguing with protestors who were off screen by yelling, "The judge is a man's man" and "Does that look like the face of a molester?"

Moore denies having a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old while he was 32. "You cannot have a Doug Jones [Moore's Democratic opponent] up there who's an extreme liberal Democrat doing all he can to deny Donald Trump his nominee on the Supreme Court". "He says it didn't happen".

Buzzfeed's Brianna Sacks reports Moore "accused liberals, gays, bisexuals, transgender people, and socialists of fabricating sexual harassment allegations against him in an effort to keep his conservative Christian views out of Washington".

For her part, Corfman points out in her letter she told family and friends years ago.

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