Hannity then turned to a panel of three pundits, asking them whether Moore sufficiently defended himself against the damning allegations of child molestation and sexual misconduct that surfaced in the day before.“You ended his candidacy,” declared Geraldo Rivera, citing Moore’s inability to unequivocally say that he had never dated teenage girls when he was in his 20s and 30s, after he’d left the U. Gregg Jarrett, a Fox News legal analyst, was no more kind.
“I found his answers to be unconvincing and implausible, his entire story to be, in a word, unbelievable.
Just as Moore’s counsel did in Wednesday’s press conference, the GOP Senate nominee used his letter to “Sean” to smear the credibility of the women accusing him of abuse.
He also cast doubt on the yearbook signature, claiming that he wouldn’t have signed his name “Roy Moore, DA,” since he was the assistant district attorney at the time.
After all, Hannity had nothing to say about the numerous sexual abuse allegations against Donald Trump.
He did not make clear what incorrect electoral projections had to do with Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct. As for the demands of “proof” made by Hannity and other Moore supporters, these have been called a cynical ploy to undermine the credibility of his accusers.On Friday night, Sean Hannity opened his prime time Fox News program by playing an audio recording of his interview, conducted on his radio show the day before, with former Alabama chief justice Roy S.Moore, now running for a Senate seat from that state. “I would urge Republicans to postpone the special election,” Rivera said.And near its conclusion, he seemed to suggest that there would be fresh revelations in the days to come.“I’m sure,” he said, “in the next four weeks, they’re going to come out with another article.” That a seemed a warning to Republicans, and Trump, that they should expect more unseemly revelations about the pious judge.Sean Hannity could not wait to show everyone the open letter accused child molester and Alabama’s GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore sent him Wednesday.But first, he had to spend more than 20 minutes talking about decades-old allegations against Bill Clinton. During that period, Moore’s legal team put forward the preposterous charge that his signature in one of his accuser’s high school yearbook might be fake—without explicitly denying the accusations that Moore tried to rape her when she was 16 years old.