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Roy Moore says liberal, LGBTQ 'conspiracy' to blame for sex abuse allegations

Roy Moore says liberal, LGBTQ 'conspiracy' to blame for sex abuse allegations

In a Thursday afternoon tweet, Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore responded to a prank played out by a fictional character on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

Moore began his remarks by blaming liberals for the country's political woes. They also say they have not found proof of any adjudication regarding Bill's Son's crimes in Honduras. "They've tried unsuccessfully to change that". Putting man above God and the government is our god. "They're the Washington establishment ... who don't want to lose their power".

Moore then referenced reports of sexual misconduct brought against him.

"After all the attacks against me, against my family, against the Foundation and against my husband, he will not step down", she said.

Moore said he believes his prosecution of drug cases when he was a district attorney angered certain people, and that this is at "the heart of this conspiracy" against him.

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. "He's a man's man, the judge is a man's man!" he can be heard shouting in video of the incident obtained by

I don't recall the part in the Bible where Jesus told his disciples to creep out everyone at the local mall by hitting on teenagers, and Kimmel doesn't either.

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The comedian, wearing a T-shirt with the words "Gimme Moore", also was escorted out. "The next one to disturb the service will be turned over to the police".

"When I say "they" who are 'they?'" he asked the clapping congregation.

A special election for the seat is set to take place December 12.

- A generic Republican would still do better than Moore vs. Jones.

That first poll, conducted between November 13 and November 15 found Democrat Doug Jones ahead by 8 points.

Moore has denied those allegations, calling them "completely false" and "dirty politics".

Campaign strategist Dean Young is the most vocal of Moore's tight-knit group.