Roy Moore, Jimmy Kimmel in Twitter battle over rally in Theodore


Playing the fictional character Jake Byrd, Barbieri appeared in the crowd shouting his support for Moore while others heckled and interrupted the candidate's speech. This has been doubly big news because Donald Trump has made a decision to double down on being Donald Trump by throwing his support to Moore in the campaign.

"Sounds great Roy - let me know when you get some Christian values and I'll be there!" "Does that look like the face of a molester?" one man yelled.

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Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore says liberals, socialists, and members of the LGBT community are pushing a narrative of sexual misconduct accusations against him, BuzzFeed News reports.

A spokesperson for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" said that the segment will air Thursday night. He has denied those allegations, calling them "completely false" and "dirty politics".

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But at least two of Moore's accusers-Beverly Nelson and Leigh Corfman-voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, and have noted explicitly that their motivations for coming forward were not political. "They don't want conservative values", Moore said from the pulpit of Magnolia Springs Baptist Church in Theodore. The race has gained intense national scrutiny since multiple women have accused Moore of various forms of sexual misconduct. But an AFP spokesperson confirmed to The Hill that the group has not decided whether to send concrete resources to help Moore. "I thought what a pity that he could not contain himself and so be allowed to stay".

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Moore also attached a link to an "Exclusive" Breitbart piece in which a senior campaign advisor to Moore also used the "man to man" line while claiming that "Hollywood will not bully us around". "What man in his thirties is even willingly going to the mall in the first place?"