Roy Moore addresses church crowd in Alabama amidst sexual assault scandal

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Why do you think they're giving me this trouble?

"Do you believe Roy Moore or the women", Llamas asked, following closely behind the swift-moving Brooks. "After 40-something years of fighting this battle, I'm now facing allegations and that's all the press wants to talk about", Moore said while speaking at a church conference in Jackson, Alabama.

"But I want to talk about the issues", he added.

He also briefly mentioned the ongoing controversy of the accusations of five women claiming he sexually assaulted them.

"I want to speak the truth, I want to take the truth about God to our Capitol", said Moore.

"So you still believe Roy Moore?".

According to a Federal Election Commission the GOP establishment continues to break ties with the Alabama Senate candidate. Now, people from President Trump to Ohio Senator Rob Portman believe that, in light of these allegations, Moore should step aside from his candidacy.

That's how he justifies supporting Roy Moore, accused of assaulting a 14-year-old girl among other five women who've accused the Republican Judge - as if Donald Trump were not already actually doing great harm to our country.

As he runs down the stairs, Brooks goes with repeating this: "I believe the Democrats will do great damage to our country".

"The Washington Post published another attack on my character and reputation because they are desperate to stop my political campaign".

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell floated the idea of Attorney General Jeff Sessions - who remains popular in Alabama - returning to his Senate seat.