Judge Roy Moore spoke on Wednesday afternoon, standing before supporters, many of them local pastors and Christian leaders in Alabama, telling an enthusiastic crowd that Mitch McConnell, who historically spent over $30 million to report the Christian conservative constitutionalist in the GOP Senate primary, that McConnell and his cronies are trying to steal the election from the people of Alabama and is colluding the Democrats and the mainstream media to defeat him.
“Many of you have recognized that this is an effort by Mitch McConnell and his cronies to steal this election from the people of Alabama and they will not stand for it,” Judge Moore said. “They overcame $30 million and voted me in the primary. Now they’re trying a different tactic,” he proclaimed, referring to the well-orchestrated political character assassination against him.
Speaking tongue in cheek, Moore joked that he’s actually been a unifying factor, accomplishing something that no one else has been able to do, unite both political parties against him:
“One thing I would like to see happen in our country is unity. I said I wanted to see unity. I never dreamed that I would succeed even before I got elected. But I have unified the Democrats and the Republicans in fighting against me because they don’t want me there.”
Earlier in the day, Roy Moore took a shot at McConnell, noting the hypocrisy of McConnell’s reaction to the allegations against him versus those announced today against Democrat Al Franken.
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