What Roy Moore's latest accuser Beverly Young Nelson has to say
- Author: Megan Austin Nov 14, 2017,
Nov 14, 2017, 0:54
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.
Susan Collins joined McConnell, tweeting that she did not believe Moore's denials and he should depart the race. She says Moore groped her, touched her breasts and locked the door to keep her inside his vehicle. I tried fighting him off, while yelling at him to stop, but instead of stopping he began squeezing my neck attempting to force my head into his crotch. "I think he did cocaine".
While the TV reporter says she talked with "lots of people" for the segment, her report includes interviews with only three persons.
Moore, too, has tried to raise money from the controversy, writing in a fundraising pitch that the "vicious and sleazy attacks against me are growing more vicious by the minute".
White House legislative aide Marc Short said Sunday, "I think there's a special place in hell for those who actually perpetrate these crimes". "In the next few days there will be revelations about the motivation and the content of this article", he stated, adding, "I do not expect the Washington Post to stop".
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"Are you saying that because there wouldn't have been a law, according to you, that that would have made it okay back then?" she asked.
Mr. McConnell also said that encouraging a write-in candidate to run in the December 12 special election is "an option we're looking at". Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader of the Senate, said he "should step aside." Sen. In September, Moore defeated Luther Strange, the Republican senator who had been appointed to fill Sessions' seat, in a Republican primary.
Moore called allegations that he was involved with a minor child completely false and he threatened to sue over it. "It's his responsibility to step forward and say more and do more when it comes to the situation in Alabama", Durbin, D-Ill., said on CNN's "State of the Union". The Republican Senate campaign arm on Friday severed its fund-raising relationship with him for the special election to fill a seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he became USA attorney general earlier this year.
A Democratic win in Alabama would be a blow to Trump's agenda and shift the political outlook for next year's midterm elections, giving Democrats a shot at gaining the three seats they need to recapture control of the U.S. Senate.
But Moore has remained defiant.