Another Alabama woman stepped forward Monday, claiming Moore tried to force her into a sexual position when she was 16, after offering to give her a ride home from her waitress shift in the late 1970s.
Beverly Young Nelson, who turns 56 on Tuesday, said Moore, then a 30-year-old deputy district attorney in Etowah County, had been a regular customer at the restaurant and often complimented her on her looks.
Moore's Senate campaign immediately dismissed the new allegations."Gloria Allred is a sensationalist leading a witch hunt, and she is only around to create a spectacle.
Allred was the attorney who claims credit for giving us Roe vs.
Wade, which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies," campaign chairman Bill Armistead said in a statement.
Moore has denied any sexual misconduct, though initially he acknowledged dating young women and said he only did so with the permission of their mothers.
Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), said the Senate should vote to expel Moore if he is elected by Alabama voters.“I believe the women,” Mc Connell told reporters Monday in Kentucky.Republicans point to the failed candidacies of Todd Akin in Missouri who suggested that women could not become pregnant from “legitimate rape,” and Richard Mourdock in Indiana, who said that pregnancies that resulted from rape were “intended” by God. On Monday, at least a half-dozen more Republican senators announced their opposition to Moore, saying he should step aside.“I did not find his denials to be convincing and believe that he should withdraw from the Senate race in Alabama,” said Sen. Amid new allegations that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore molested teenage girls decades ago, GOP leaders intensified their calls Monday for him to quit the race, even threatening to expel Moore if he wins.The accusations against Moore have thrown the GOP into a crisis, splintering the party and risking defeat in the Dec.