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

Violet Powell
December 1, 2017

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

He continued: "When I say 'they, ' who are they?"

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. There is nothing religious or Godly about a grown man taking advantage of young girls. And the government is our god.

The woman featured in a November 9 Washington Post story accusing Roy Moore of touching her inappropriately when she was 14 says she wants an apology. "They're the Washington establishment.who don't want to lose their power". He said his family felt bad about the allegations. "I thought what a pity that he could not contain himself and so be allowed to stay".

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 AL.com.

Moore, who faces off against Democrat Doug Jones on December 12, did not immediately respond to NBC News' request for comment.

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A spokesperson for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" said that the segment will air Thursday night.

CNN also spoke to the initial protester as he was escorted out of the church. "They are malicious. Specifically, I do not know any of these women, nor have I ever engaged in sexual misconduct with anyone".

At least four uniformed police officers were in the sanctuary for the service. "I stand by every word".

The Alabama Republican now has a narrow poll lead against Jones in the special election for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions' appointment as U.S. attorney general. Moore is running against Democrat Doug Jones.

The White House had distanced itself from Moore in recent weeks, and several high-profile Republicans called on him to quit the race altogether, following several allegations of sexual misconduct.

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