Fox News host Sean Hannity delivered an ultimatum to Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore – clear up your story in the next 24 hours, or get out of the race.
Moore has been accused by several women of sexual misconduct, including some instances where the alleged victims were underage.
Hannity said there were inaccuracies in Moore’s stories that have raised alarm bells, and he needs to clear them up almost immediately.
“Here’s where I am tonight,” Hannity explained. “Between this interview that I did and inconsistent answers, between him saying I never knew this girl and then that yearbook comes out, for me, the judge has 24 hours.”
“You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies that I just showed,” he demanded. “You must remove any doubt.”
“If you can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”
Take a look …
Sean Hannity to Roy Moore: Account for the inconsistencies in your story within 24 hours or get out of the race pic.twitter.com/CJvIrtIK0t
— Axios (@axios) November 15, 2017
It is a scathing rebuke, the likes of which you’d never see from a liberal mainstream media member.
Bill Clinton is held up as practically a hero of the left. Even predator Anthony Weiner was given multiple opportunities to play around as Carlos Danger before being given another chance to run as mayor of New York City.
Hannity is well aware that one cannot jump to conclusions when it comes to allegations fomented by the media. The final straw leading to the ultimatum however, was Moore’s fifth accuser whom the Alabama Republican claims he doesn’t even know.
The woman produced a yearbook which was purportedly signed by Moore.
“He denied knowing this fifth accuser, but this accuser has brought forth a yearbook that Moore appeared to sign,” Hannity said.
Ms. Nelson’s printed statement includes a picture of Moore’s note in her yearbook…
“Love, Roy Moore D.A.” pic.twitter.com/cXfLThHkb0
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) November 13, 2017
“We need correct answers the first time on issues this serious,” Hannity insisted. “Judge Moore, you owe that to the people of Alabama, the Republican Party that you represent, and to the country, which is suffering under so many problems.”
“We deserve answers, consistent answers, and truth.”
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