Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore promised “revelations” soon about the “motivations and the content” of a Washington Post article that alleges Moore had
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore promised “revelations” about the “motivations and the content” of a Washington Post article that alleges Moore had inappropriate relations with teens.
Moore at a press conference Saturday, said, “We do not intend to let the Democrats or the establishment Republicans or anybody else behind this story stop this campaign.”
“There are investigations going on. In the next few days, there will be revelations about the motivations and the content of this article. They will be brought to the public. We fully expect the people of Alabama to see through this charade and to vote in the primary coming up.”
He continued, “As Mr. Armistead said, we do not engage in negative campaigning. We haven’t, and I’ve been blistered in articles from last two to three months on television and it will continue. I do not expect the Washington Post to stop.”
“I think they have a political agenda, and I think they are running that agenda and everybody in this room, every person watching on these cameras should ask themselves, ‘Isn’t it strange that after 40 years of constant investigation people have waited to four weeks prior to the general election to bring their complaints?’ That’s not a coincidence. It’s an intentional act to stop the campaign. May God bless you, bless the state of Alabama, and the United States of America. Thank you.”