Politics Roy Moore's Spokesperson Says His Alleged Victims Gave 'Academy Award Performances'

23:24  05 december  2017
23:24  05 december  2017 Source:   UPROXX

Roy Moore compares accusations against him to Russia probe

  Roy Moore compares accusations against him to Russia probe Senate candidate Roy Moore said at a campaign event Monday that the sexual allegations he faces are "completely false" and "malicious," and said he doesn't know any of the women levying them. The Alabama Republican compared the allegations to the probe into 2016 Russian meddling in the US election and potential connections between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russians. "The people of this country want movement. They don't want false attacks like this. That's exactly what's happening in this case," Moore said.

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The Alabama judge's allies are threatening his purported victims with prosecution. ithin hours after the public first learned about Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore ’ s alleged sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old child and three other teenaged girls when he was in his 30s

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We’re still a week out from the United States Senate special election in Alabama, and the race certainly isn’t getting any less acrimonious. The RNC has now resumed funding Roy Moore’s campaign in the wake of President Trump throwing his support behind the candidate, despite new evidence surfacing from one of Moore’s accusers. On Tuesday morning, CNN’s Poppy Harlow welcomed Jane Porter, Moore’s campaign spokesperson onto New Day, and the two women had a heated exchange.

At one point, Porter said to Harlow, “One of the jobs of journalists is to not just take an Academy Award performance at face value,” in regards to one accuser account. “You need to dig into the facts.” When it was pointed out by Harlow that the woman’s story was corroborated by 30 people, Porter shot back, “The corroboration, Poppy we need to make it clear that there’s a group of non-accusers that did not accuse the judge of any sexual misconduct or anything illegal.” Say what?

Trump to campaign near Alabama border days before election

  Trump to campaign near Alabama border days before election President Donald Trump will appear at a campaign-style rally in Pensacola, Florida, next week, a move that brings the president less than 20 miles from the Alabama border just four days before a special election that will decide the fate of embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore. 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. Just three days ago, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump would not campaign in Alabama on Moore's behalf.

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Earlier in the exchange, Porter really set the pregnant Harlow off by saying, “Here’s a question that should be asked, if you care about child abuse, you should be talking about the fact that Judge Roy Moore stands for protection. Not only of our Second Amendment rights so we can protect ourselves against predators; for the rights of babies, like your eight-month baby that you’re carrying now.” She continued, really going off the rails, “Doug Jones says that you can take the life of that baby, and we should pay for it with Planned Parenthood, who wants to sell us the organs…”

“Let’s leave my child out of this,” Harlow responded in no uncertain terms, clearly perturbed. “Let’s leave my child out of this.”

Moore refuses to concede Alabama Senate race .
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) refused to concede the special election Tuesday night after multiple media outlets called the race in favor of his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones. "At this point, we do not have a final decision on the outcome tonight," Moore's campaign chairman Bill Armistead told supporters. "When the vote is this close, it is not over," Moore said."At this point, we do not have a final decision on the outcome tonight," Moore's campaign chairman Bill Armistead told supporters.

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