On Wednesday, a fire destroyed the home of Tina Johnson, a woman who alleged that Roy Moore sexually harassed her and “grabbed my behind” in his office. According to Alabama’s unofficial election night results, Roy Moore carried Etowah County, where she lives, by 58%.
Alabama voters spoke loud and clear earlier this month when they defied party allegiance to reject a man accused of serial child molestation. But there was a small contingent of write-in voters who also made their voices heard, and they said: fuck it!
On Wednesday night, just hours before Alabama officials plan to certify the results of the election he miraculously lost, failed Senate candidate Roy Moore has sued to block the state from certifying Doug Jones as the winner, citing “election fraud.” He would like a voter fraud investigation, Jones’s certification…
On Tuesday night, Democrat Doug Jones won a Senate seat in Alabama, against accused pedophile and horse-mishandler, Roy Moore. What seemed impossible became possible, because black women made it happen. Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Amber Ruffin is here to accept America’s overwhelming gratitude.
In a completely unnecessary video released on Wednesday night, alleged pedophile Roy Moore announced that he will not concede to Democrat Doug Jones, who won Alabama’s special election for US Senate on Tuesday evening.
On Tuesday evening, 63 percent of white women voted for Roy Moore, a man accused of assaulting multiple teenage girls, and cruising for more—so aggressively that he was thought to have been banned from the Gadsen Mall. I’ll say it again: 63 percent of white women voted for the guy who was probably banned from a…
In the early 1980s, accused sexual predator Roy Moore may or may not have been barred from his hometown shopping mall in Gadsden, Alabama, due to questionable conduct with teenage girls. Decades later, on the eve of Alabama’s special election to replace Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat, we went back to Moore’s old haunt,…
Just when you think there is nothing left in this life that could possibly shock you, the wife of Senate-hopeful and alleged child molester Roy Moore rolls up to a rally on Monday night—the day before Alabama’s hugely contentious special election—and drops this nugget.
With the election just a day away, Roy Moore’s campaign has opted to deal with allegations of sexual misconduct and pedophilia as anyone would: by sitting down for an interview with a child.
On Tuesday, December 12th, we will find out if not being accused of child molestation is the political edge we once assumed it was. That is, Alabama will vote on whether to send Doug Jones or Roy Moore to the Senate.
The president of the United States delivered a vitriolic speech on Friday with the goal of supporting an accused child molester for U.S. Senate. In doing so, Donald Trump attacked one of candidate Roy Moore’s accusers, Beverly Young Nelson.
Roy Moore now has Donald Trump’s full endorsement, as the president has walked himself back from initial statements about how a child molester shouldn’t run for Senate. Of course he should! Because it keeps Doug Jones, a Democrat, out of office! This is one of the main talking points for Moore’s campaign spokesperson,…