Republican Sen. Susan Collins Says She Does Not Believe Roy Moore's Denials

Leslie Hanson
November 21, 2017

Almost 60 Alabama pastors have signed a letter denouncing Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, saying "his extremist values and actions are not consistent with traditional Christian values or good Christian character" and that he's not fit for office.

"Nelson claimed that Judge Roy Moore came in nearly every night and sat at the counter, but former employees state that customers at the counter were served by the bartender or short order cook - not served by the waitresses and had no reason to interact with the wait staff", the campaign added.

"I've voted as a Republican for years and years and years", she later added. Instead of giving her one, she says, he parked his auto in a dark spot in the back of the restaurant parking lot, located near the dumpster, where he proceed to grab and grope her as she struggled to get away. Two women have come forward by name accusing Moore of initiating sexual contact with them when they were 14 and 16, respectively.

The Post therefore appears to have padded its original scoop about Corfman - who admitted to the paper she might not be the most credible accuser, given "three divorces and a messy financial history" - with other stories to entice her to speak on the record.

When asked if she was compensated in any way, Corfman said: "Absolutely not". Trump has denied these allegations. Luther Strange in the election, but endorsed Moore after he won the primary. Al Franken about allegations that he forcibly kissed a woman and groped her while she slept.

"The president believes that these allegations are troubling and should be taken seriously, and he thinks that the people of Alabama should make the decision on who their next senator should be", Sanders said on Thursday.

As well, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said she plans to vote for Moore.

Moore has pledged to fight the accusations against him as the state GOP in Alabama reaffirmed its support for the embattled candidate.

But on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning, counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway suggested that the media is feigning outrage against Moore to curry favor for his Democratic opponent Doug Jones, whom she called "a doctrinaire liberal, which is why. the media are trying to boost him". He left room and came back in wearing his white underwear.

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