Roy Moore allegations: Another woman accuses Republican candidate of assault

Kristopher Drake
November 14, 2017

Monday on Huntsville, AL's News Talk 770 AM/92.5 FM WVNN's "Dale Jackson Show", JMC Analytics pollster John Couvillon offered his interpretation of a response to his latest poll on the Alabama U.S. Senate race that showed some respondents more likely to vote for GOP candidate Roy Moore in the wake of a damaging Washington Post report.

McConnell also said he thinks Moore should "step aside".

"Mr. Moore attacked me when I was a child", Nelson said.

In a statement, Nelson said that Moore attacked her in his auto after offering her a ride home. "These allegations are disgusting and I believe them against him". "I think he did cocaine". In an interview Friday afternoon with Sean Hannity, Moore denied ever having met Corfman but said he may have dated at least two of the women who spoke to the Post. After that, Nelson said, she either fell or was pushed out of his auto and onto the pavement, and he drove away. I tried fighting him off while yelling at him to stop.

"I tried to open my auto door to leave, but he reached over and he locked it so I could not get out". It said Moore is innocent and "has never had any sexual misconduct with anyone".

A woman on Monday alleged that Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for Senate in Alabama sexually assaulted her when she was a minor. "Allred was the attorney who claims credit for giving us Roe v. Wade which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies", Moore campaign chairman Bill Armistead said in a statement released before Allred's press conference began.

But a write-in candidacy would be complicated by the fact that Moore's name has already been printed on absentee voter ballots and the deadline for withdrawal from the race has long since passed.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called on Roy Moore to step aside from the race Monday, but it doesn't appear as if he will. Roy Moore is using the Republican leader's words in a campaign fundraising email, according to BuzzFeed News. Sessions to testify at hearing amid Russia scrutiny Russian social media is the modern-day Trojan horse Trump records robo-call for Gillespie: "He'll help "make America great again" MORE", he said.

These attacks involve minors and they are completely false and untrue - about something that happened almost 40 years ago. Moore and Jones face a December 12 special election to replace odd, who was appointed to replace Jeff Sessions when Sessions was named US attorney general. Luther Strange, the loser to Moore in a party primary, he said, "We'll see". These allegations came four and a half weeks before the general election on December 12.

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