As Mitch McConnell said in 2010, "The voters have spoken. They want a course correction. We should listen to them."
There is no longer any excuse for members of Congress – especially the Democrats – to curb their opposition to this president and his dangerous agenda.
The stunning victory comes after weeks of women coming forward with credible allegations that Moore made unwanted sexual advances on them, some when they were just teenagers.
Exit polls can be unreliable, but they show that Democrats have reason to be cautiously optimistic that they have a shot at winning a Senate seat in Alabama.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday voiced support for Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican Senate candidate dogged by accusations of sexual misconduct, during a rally that foreshadowed themes for next year’s midterm elections.
Allred said the expert conducted an analysis and confirmed that Moore had signed the yearbook, thus disproving allegations from Moore supporters that it was a forgery.
Trump, Bannon said, "understands where Roy Moore stands." He called the Alabama Senate race "a referendum on the Trump program."
According to the Republican senator, alleged child molestation is A-okay so long as a sufficient number of years pass before you're caught.
It's just the latest evidence that supporters of Donald Trump, Roy Moore and other high-profile Republicans will allow their candidates to get away with anything.
Trump's upcoming campaign event just across Alabama's border shouldn't fool anybody. This is clearly a Roy Moore rally.
According to Birmingham News reporter Connor Sheets, a second person wearing a Moore sticker "verbally assaulted" another cameraman.
The Republican senator, who voted absentee, said he instead chose to write in a more "distinguished" Republican candidate.
The meltdown came after the Post asked Moore's campaign to back up a new smear on Leigh Corfman – and they couldn't.
"Look at the contrast between Al Franken, accepting responsibility, apologizing, and Roy Moore and Donald Trump who have done neither," Clinton said.
The newspaper noted that a dozen people they spoke to remember Moore frequently "walking around alone, leaning on counters, spending enough time in the stores, especially on weekend nights."
With no end in sight and no guarantee that more women won't come forward over the final weeks of this hotly contested Senate race, Roy Moore may soon have no choice but to step aside.
If you can't handle the scrutiny of a political campaign – if you need to postpone it until the smoke of a teenage sex scandal blows over – then you shouldn't be running in the first place.
"There are investigations going on," Moore said. "In the next few days, there will be revelations about the motivations and the content of this article."
Donald Trump can distance himself from Roy Moore's past abuse of women all he wants, but he'll never be able to escape his own.
This is only the latest evidence that Moore is a dangerous extremist who has no business serving in the United States Senate.