He also railed against Democratic Senate nominee Doug Jones and predicted a Moore win in the December special election, followed by Moore helping to enact the agenda of President Donald Trump, who implicitly endorsed Moore at roughly the same time as the Moore event. "Jones, I've looked at his record", Trump said.
In the same appearance, Trump appeared to throw his support behind Moore, despite the allegations of sexual misconduct against the Alabama Senate candidate. If you look at what is really going on and you look at all the things that have happened over the past 48 hours, he totally denies it. Two have accused him of assault or molestation.
On Tuesday, the presidential deplorable defended the Senate candidate deplorable and damn near endorsed the man for the seat because you know, Moore denies it.
But what he said is only likely to add to his party's growing problems in the race. "I'll be letting you know next week", he said. Luther Strange (R-AL). Bannon endorsed and campaigned for Moore, who ended up thumping Strange.
Trump declined to answer Tuesday when asked why he does not believe Moore's accusers.
President Trump said he is "very happy" that women are speaking out about their experiences.
She said she had considered confronting Moore twice before, but did not do it, once because her school-age children were afraid that "they would be castigated in their group". But he ill-advisedly shifted to the claim that "you don't need somebody who's soft on crime like Jones". "I do have to say, 40 years is a long time". That if Moore says he didn't do these things, then he must not have.
By saying he supports Moore's version of events, Trump is, de facto, saying that the women aren't telling the truth.
Trump's comments are likely to complicate an already knotty situation for Republicans.
Again, that runs directly counter to the message from many establishment Republicans - that it isn't worth sacrificing principle exclusively to hold control of a single Senate seat.
That's a horrifying excuse for throwing the weight of the USA presidency behind a man like Roy Moore.
When asked if Trump would be campaigning, Conway said there was "no plan to do that" but didn't explicitly shut down the possibility.
Hey, look I've assaulted women in my past and I'm the fucking president.