Perhaps as a tactic to rile up support among his deeply conservative base while these allegations swirl around him, Moore has chose to pick a fight with that most reliable breed of boogeymen: a late-night talk show host. "They are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender ... who want to change our culture".
The comedian identified as Tony Barbieri was escorted out by police Wednesday night during a Rally for Moore.
There was at least one heckler present among the congregation who questioned Moore's testimony.
Moore was not amused by the disruption and took to Twitter to demand that if Kimmel wants to "mock our Christian values" he should "come down here to Alabama and do it man to man".
"If you are a liberal and hate Judge Moore, apparently he groped you", the statement said.
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Moore also said he believes a "drug dealer" he held in contempt while he was a deputy district attorney in the 1980s is "at the heart of this conspiracy", since "drugs are at the base of it".
Trump's appearance along the border is a surprise, but it comes as the White House was discussing whether Trump should also rally support behind the embattled Republican from afar through recorded telephone calls, text messages or social media, according to two officials with knowledge of the discussions who didn't have permission to speak publicly. Just three days ago, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump would not campaign in Alabama on Moore's behalf.
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.
- A generic Republican would still do better than Moore vs. Jones.
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. "I'm still going to vote for (Roy Moore), and I would encourage anybody who was going to vote for him to go ahead and vote for him because these allegations have not been proven to be true".