Roy Moore says liberal, LGBTQ 'conspiracy' to blame for sex abuse allegations

Aaron Brown
December 1, 2017

Bill Armistead, chairman of the Roy Moore for Senate Campaign, says that President Trump has "some very fine candidates" on his list of prospective Supreme Court justices - but argues that the appointment of any of those individuals would be jeopardized if Alabama sends a Democrat to the Senate.

Moore began his remarks by blaming liberals for the country's political woes.

"It makes me wonder who raised Jimmy Kimmel". They're liberals. They don't want conservative values. "They are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender ... who want to change our culture". Putting man above God and the government is our god.

While much of the Republican establishment in Washington has stood firmly against Moore, Trump and his allies are beginning to engage. They're socialists who want to change our way of life...

Moore then referenced reports of sexual misconduct brought against him.

"After all the attacks against me, against my family, against the Foundation and against my husband, he will not step down", she said. "It hurts them to think and see what I've been charged with", he said.

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Phillips eventually told the WAPO reporter she didn't agree to go on the record with her story, then she got up and left. Her cell phone area code was from Alabama, though the 41-year-old claimed she only lived there briefly as a teenager.

Moore also went on to claim that "drugs were at the base" of the allegations against him. "The entire time, all the girls are lying?" the man shouted while Moore tried to continue his speech. "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 "Does that look like the face of someone who hits on teenage girls?"

In response to the prank, Moore, in a tweet, accused Kimmel of "mocking Christian values".

A former "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" writer, Tony Barbieri frequently plays the character Jay Byrd on the ABC late-night show, where he is sent on location to interrupt speeches, rallies and media interviews.

At least four uniformed police officers were in the sanctuary for the service. A number of other women have come forward to say that he had pursued them when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers. Acting Attorney General Jeff Sessions vacated the seat earlier this year. Moore is running against Democrat Doug Jones. "I'm still going to vote for (Roy Moore), and I would encourage anybody who was going to vote for him to go ahead and vote for him because these allegations have not been proven to be true".

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump watch performances during the National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at the Ellipse near the White House in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017.

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