Roy Moore has been a bit of an albatross for the Republican party. The former Alabama Supreme Court Justice won the state‘s senate primary in 2017. Then came accusations of sexual misconduct with an underage girl.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore, whose unsuccessful 2017 campaign for the U.S. Senate was marred by allegations he sexually assaulted or pursued teenage girls while in his 30s, said on Friday that he may again run for the Senate.
Some people are sore losers, some people are whiny sore losers, and some people are whiny sore losers who keep filing lawsuits. And Judge Roy Moore of Alabama falls into the last category.
Once again he is trying to find vindication in the courts, and he is filing a new lawsuit against the nasty women who accused him of bad things and undermined his campaign to be a U.S. Senator.
An Alabama woman who accused former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually abusing her when she was 14 years old sued Moore and his campaign on Thursday for what she said was defamation.
As Mitch McConnell said in 2010, "The voters have spoken. They want a course correction. We should listen to them."
Trump first tried to deny that he ever endorsed Roy Moore, and then he followed by complaining that the Republican Party needs to attract better candidates.
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.
In a race as close as the special election in Alabama between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones, it is voter suppression maneuvers like this that could make all the difference.
Election Day is finally here. Follow the results live to see if Democrat Doug Jones can turn an Alabama Senate seat blue by defeating Republican Roy Moore.
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.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) if Democrats had a higher standard for sexual misconduct than Republicans. Shelby's answer revealed that Republicans are trapped because of Trump's Roy Moore endorsement.
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.
In a race too close to call, former U.S. attorney Democrat Doug Jones needs to motivate black Alabama voters enough to overcome Republican voter suppression.
Partisan Fox News is so desperate to help Republicans keep the Alabama Senate seat that they are inventing lies to protect accused child sexual assaulter Roy Moore, who is running against Democrat Doug Jones.
Just when we thought the National Rifle Association couldn't be any more repugnant, the extremist gun organization rises to the occasion to prove all of us wrong.
Trump, Bannon said, "understands where Roy Moore stands." He called the Alabama Senate race "a referendum on the Trump program."
Republican strategist Rick Tyler is warning his party that they have made a deal with the devil (Trump) and that they lose badly in 2018 if they follow the devil's lead and support Roy Moore.
According to the Republican senator, alleged child molestation is A-okay so long as a sufficient number of years pass before you're caught.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) managed to outdo himself after his late-night tax cut for the rich by refusing to say that Roy Moore should not be in the Senate.
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.