Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify "Anyone" From Office

Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify

Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify "Anyone" From Office

On the same day news surfaced of sexual assault allegations against Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, CNN released a report after reviewing old court documents that show Moore ruled in the 1990s as a circuit judge that a woman in a divorce case who had a lesbian affair could not see her children unsupervised.

That view was shared by Scott Reed, a political strategist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, who opposed Moore's nomination.

Sorry to politicize a truly frightful action, but hey, if it gets Roy Moore-who, according to The Root's politics editor, Jason Johnson, is a Breitbart-approved, "virulently bigoted, white-supremacist-sympathizing, Jeff Sessions-patterned candidate"-so the better. They became parents of Jesus", Jim Zieglar said, defending Moore's alleged very bad behavior".

After Corfman's allegations, three other women also accused Moore of dating them when they were underage.

If you accept the Washington Post story as being completely true, Roy Moore at age 32 undressed a 14-year-old girl, touch her breasts and crotch, and then tried to put her hand on his erect penis. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, say that he needs to hit the road.

Moore, a controversial former state Supreme Court chief justice, is running against Democrat Doug Jones, a former USA attorney, in a December 12 special election for the seat ex-senator Jeff Sessions gave up to become President Trump's attorney general.

"The Bezos Amazon Washington Post that dropped that dime on Donald Trump is the same Bezos Amazon Washington Post that dropped the dime this afternoon on Judge Roy Moore", Bannon said Thursday night.

Odd didn't respond to questions from reporters Thursday.

Sen. Cory Gardner, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, repeated that demand, calling the allegations "deeply troubling".

Moore now promises to be an even bigger headache for the Republican Party. In it, McConnell called on Moore to step down if the allegations are true.

Some Alabama officials dismissed the allegations.

The state Republican Party has the power to disqualify Moore from the election, according to the Alabama secretary of state.

Moore will remain on the ballot no matter what happens over the next few weeks.

Moore supported the Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, a bill that gave Alabama police the right to arrest anyone they suspected of not being an American citizen until that person could "prove" his or her citizenship. John McCain, R-Ariz., called on Moore to step aside as well - and without couching his statement with "if true" language.

Under Alabama state law, the ballot can not be changed within 76 days of an election.

But there has not yet been any sign that Moore, 70, is preparing to withdraw.

The Senate Leadership Fund Political Action Committee - which is aligned with McConnell - spent millions to back odd in the primary.

Moore does have his supporters, however. "There is no place in our party for sexual predators".

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