Embattled Republican Alabama Senate claimant Roy Moore on Thursday pronounced allegations that he sexually tormented women and girls won’t pull him out of the race, and instead called on the GOP’s Senate personality to step down.
Moore once again forcefully denied the accusations, and cut ties to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who had called on Moore to step aside.
“Many of you have famous that this is an bid by Mitch McConnell and his cronies to steal this election from the people of Alabama, and they will not mount for it,” Moore told reporters.
“I wish to tell you who needs to step down. That’s Mitch McConnell.”
Eight women have accused Moore of sexually harassment. Some contend he tormented them as teenagers. The latest indictment comes from two lady who pronounced Moore done overtures to them while they were teenagers at an Alabama mall.
But Moore pronounced that incident, and the others, never happened.
“They are not only untrue,” Moore said, “but they have no justification to support them.”
Moore’s support was loss from all corners of the country, including the White House.
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“The President pronounced in his matter progressing this week if the allegations are loyal then that Ray Moore should step aside,” pronounced White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “He still believes that.”
But the Alabama GOP pronounced it stands by Moore, and `”trusts the voters” to make the right decision in the race.
“He deserves to be reputed trusting of the accusations unless proven otherwise,” the cabinet pronounced in a statement. “He will continue to take his case true to the people of Alabama.”
Moore’s outspoken position came after a support convene featuring Alabama eremite leaders, including Rabbi Noson Leiter, who praised Moore’s invulnerability of “biblical values and not perversion,” and his fight against “transgender lavatory bills LGBT teaching in schools and much more.”
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