Roy Moore accuser: 'I wonder how many me's he doesn't know'

Angelo Anderson
November 21, 2017

In the wake of several women saying Moore sexually harassed or assaulted them when they were teenagers, the Republican National Committee has pulled support for him, and a number of prominent GOP members have called on Moore to step aside for the December 12 special election. "So that's what I plan to do, vote for Republican nominee Roy Moore".

Collins noted she was against Moore before the "terrible allegations" came out against him, citing his conduct as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, as well as his anti-Muslim and anti-LGBT comments.

Moore has continued to deny the allegations and he says he will not drop out of the race.

"I've had a lot of people that have come out and said that because of my courage they are able to do the same".


"I can't believe there's such an outcry now about something everybody knew", Day remarked.

"These allegations are extremely disturbing, but under the Constitution, the test on whether or not you seat someone is whether they satisfy the age and residency requirement", Collins said.

"There's never an excuse for or rationale for sexual misconduct or sexual abuse", Ivey said. Instead of giving her one, she says, he parked his vehicle 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. "Certainly, it has an impact. And they found those people, ' she said". Where the rest of the voters stand is an open question at this point, but with the party and the governor firmly behind him, Moore's chances of winning are considerably better today than they were at the beginning of the week. The Alabama state GOP announced on Thursday that they were standing behind Moore and Ivey stands with them.

According to the report from the New York Times, many who knew Moore in Gadsden, Alabama were well aware of the then-assistant district attorney's sexual antics.

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