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The Breitbart article is titled "After Endorsing Democrat in Alabama, Bezos’s Washington Post Plans to Hit Roy Moore with Allegations of Inappropriate Relations with Teenagers." It cites an editorial by the Post calling Moore "unfit to serve" and endorsing Democratic opponent Doug Jones, in the race to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions' vacant Alabama Senate seat.
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In one case, one woman said when she was 14, Moore at age 32 touched her over her bra and underwear and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear. “Anyone who would do this to a child has no place in public office, let alone the United States Senate.” But Ryan’s primary opponent, businessman Paul Nehlen, posted messages on Twitter on Thursday and Friday backing Moore and President Donald Trump.“The list of pseudo-intellectual slack-jawed fake conservatives attacking Judge Moore are the same (expletive) who attacked Trump. Sickening anyone would try to smear Judge Roy Moore @Moore Senate.”In a statement to the Gateway Pundit website, Nehlen called the story on Moore and response to it a “desperate ploy by Mitch Mc Connell” from a Ryan playbook. Scott Walker has not said whether he believes Moore should get out of the race.
There is at least one exception, with a Republican running against U. House Speaker Paul Ryan posting a message on Twitter backing Moore. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin took the approach Moore should step aside if the reports are true, though one of them also emphasized Moore should have a chance to defend himself.“If the allegations are true, then Roy Moore should step aside,” said a statement from businessman Kevin Nicholson.
The two candidates seeking the GOP nomination to run against Democratic U. “Everyone should have the opportunity to respond to allegations, and the people of Alabama deserve to know the truth.”A spokesman for Nicholson’s primary opponent, state Sen.
Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield) issued a statement Thursday that said: “Senator Vukmir was troubled to hear the reports about Roy Moore today.
She believes that, if the allegations are true, he needs to step aside so the people of Alabama can elect a conservative senator of integrity.”Baldwin said flatly that Moore should get out of the race"I believe the women who bravely spoke out and it's clear that Roy Moore is unfit to serve," Baldwin said in a statement.
The Washington Post quoted four women on Thursday who said Moore had pursued them in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin in a statement Thursday said, "If true, these allegations describe intolerable behavior and are disqualifying."Ryan, a Janesville Republican, issued a statement Thursday night along those lines.“These allegations are disqualifying if true,” Ryan said in a statement released by his campaign. In another, he wrote, “Women falsely accused Trump of sexual harassment, too.