What If Roy Moore Was Black? Asks Doug Jones's 'Racist' AdNewsweek

Casey Dawson
December 11, 2017

Commenting on one of his accusers, Beverly Young Nelson, who presented an inscription that she alleges Moore wrote in her years, Moore conceded that "I have written cards, graduation cards".

It's not hard to find people who know Moore, such as Linda Fain, a librarian who said she went out several times with him and his wife.

"People are realising that they don't have to vote Republican", Howell said. Booker also threw in with the other questionable allegations against Moore.

THE FACTS: None of the women who accused the Alabama Republican Senate candidate of sexual misconduct, including two women who said Moore molested them, have backed off their initial claims.

Alabama has not elected a Democrat to the US Senate since 1992, and a Jones win would reduce the already-slim Republican majority in the upper house of Congress from 52 to 51 seats out of 100.

That's what 70-year-old retired teacher Laura Strubel, who opposes Jones' stance in favor of a woman's right to have an abortion, plans to do.

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The ads were arranged for Trump's Pensacola rally by American Bridge, a liberal group and PAC.

Much like Jones, Ossoff used an extensive, data-driven ground game to maximize Democratic support, while using television advertising to strike a moderate, non-partisan tone. Nelson said Friday she had added a notation marking the date and place where it was signed. "I want to reach across the aisle..." In addition to celebrating himself and how well his presidency is going, Trump predicted that he would be hard to defeat in the next election and ranted about the usual topics and suspects, from the Paris Accord and chain migration to people who won't say "merry Christmas" and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Trump urged Alabamians to vote for Moore during a Friday-night rally in neighboring Florida.

"We can not afford, the future of this country can not afford to lose the seat", Mr Trump said, referring to his party's razor-thin 52-48 advantage in that chamber of Congress.

"Roy Moore will not win if people turn out to vote", Ellis said. In Alabama, there are far more Trump backers than Hillary Clinton supporters, as Trump won the state handily, beating her 62.1 percent to 34.4 percent. "We need somebody in that Senate seat who will vote for our "Make America Great Again" agenda ..."

About Allred and the accuser who now admitted to forgery, Trump referenced that situation as well. "It's that he is going to Pensacola", White House spokesman Raj Shah told reporters on board Air Force One as Mr Trump flew to Florida.

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