The left wing media watchdog group 'Media Matters for America' has been trying to shut down Sean Hannity for years. Last week, when he interviewed Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, they saw a golden opportunity.
Attorney Gloria Allred has scheduled a press conference at 2:30 PM EDT with an alleged Roy Moore accuser, adding to the dumpster fire of Alabama's special senate election.
An article published by the Washington Post last week featured four women, one of whom allege Moore engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct when she was but a teenager and he was in his thirties. One of his accusers alleged Moore took her out on dates and bought her alcohol. At the time, she was 18 and the legal drinking age was 19. Moore said in an interview on Sean Hannity's radio show last week that he remembers the woman, but doesn't recall if they dated.
The allegations against Roy Moore as detailed in a Washington Post story on November 9 are serious, and should be taken seriously. Because the allegations involve events from 40 years ago, there is a distinct possibility that voters may be skeptical enough of the allegations to elect Moore nonetheless.
That could provide the Senate with the choice of invoking Article I, Section 5, clause 2, of the Constitution that gives each House of Congress the power to "expel" members. Let's hope it doesn't come to that, and that enough evidence emerges before the election to make clear who is and who is not telling the truth.
Embattled Alabama Republican Senate Candidate joined Sean Hannity's radio show Friday to defend himself against allegations that he had improper relationships with girls as young as 14 when he was in his thirties.