Roy Moore Blames LGBTQ People And Socialists for Plotting His Ruin

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He also denies claims from other women who say Moore made inappropriate advances toward them while they were teenagers. The accusation against him are "false and malicious", he said in the church; the product of a conspiracy invented by "Democrats pushing a liberal agenda" who have "tried unsuccessfully" to destroy his campaign.

Democrat Doug Jones took the lead over Moore in the bid for the open Alabama Senate seat by a margin of eight points, according to a Fox News poll released November 16.

"The law says that you are innocent until proven guilty, and I am a very big proponent of that", she said.

Earlier today, Kimmel took to Twitter to point out that he sent Barbieri down to crash the Moore event, linking to an article about the incident. "They are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, who want to change our culture", Moore told the crowd at Magnolia Springs Baptist Church.

Moore wrote: "If you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man". Putting man above God and the government is our god. Perhaps this is the "way of life" that Moore is accusing liberals of trying to change? "They're the Washington establishment ... who don't want to lose their power".

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"After all the attacks against me, against my family, against the Foundation and against my husband, he will not step down", she said. "Does that look like the face of a molester?" one man yelled.

Moore then reiterated his invitation to Kimmel, tweeting, "Despite D.C. and Hollywood Elites' bigotry towards southerners, Jimmy, we'll save you a seat on the front pew".

Alabama voters go to the polls on December 12 to replace Jeff Sessions, who is now the USA attorney general.

Republican Roy Moore is seeking to steer his Senate race against Democrat rival Doug Jones to a hot-button issue in this conservative state: abortion. However, Trump has also said he will not campaign with Moore.