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Roy Moore: LGBT People 'Want to Change Our Culture'

("The Washington Post")

By    |   Wednesday, 29 November 2017 10:09 PM

GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, whose campaign was recently rocked by allegations of sexual harassment, during a speech Wednesday in Alabama said LGBT people "want to change our culture," according to a video published by The Washington Post.

Moore was talking about the "Democrats" and the "Washington establishment" opposing him.

"When I say they, who are they?" he said.

"They're liberals. They don't want conservative values. They're the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender who want to change our culture. They're socialists who want to change our way of life, putting man above God and that government is our God. They're the Washington establishment."

Moore has denied claims of sexual misconduct, but many lawmakers have called on him to step away from the race. President Donald Trump has effectively endorsed Moore, a move that gave the Republican some oomph in recent polls.

"Attacks have not only been false, and numerous, but malicious," Moore said during his speech.

"I have five granddaughters, one daughter. I have one wife, one mother and two sisters. It hurts for them to see what I'm being charged with."

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LGBT people "want to change our culture," GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore said during a campaign speech Wednesday, according to a video published by The Washington Post.
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