Moore Allegations ‘Debunked,’ Dem Opponent Defended KKK & Holocaust Deniers

Many Congressional Republicans have called for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to drop from the race, virtually handing a seat in the upper chamber to far left Democrat Doug Jones. No allegations against Moore have been proven true. Now, Jones’s skeltons are surfacing in a damaging fashion.

From America News Hub:

Not exactly something you want on the ol’ resume.

If you take a look at Jones’ record you will quickly learn that he’s a far left radical that doesn’t have much in common with the average Alabama voter.

From Daily Caller:

Doug Jones, the Democratic nominee in the Alabama Senate race, once defended a man who has ties to the Ku Klux Klan and Holocaust deniers.

Jones has largely built his campaign on his stint as a U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, where he prosecuted two KKK members who killed four black children in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing.

The media has showered Jones with praise for his work as a prosecutor, giving him an edge in the race against Republican Roy Moore, who is accused of sexual misconduct and pedophilia.

As Fox News reports, however, Jones’ time as an alleged civil rights defender is a bit more complicated.

In the 1980s, Jones worked as a private defense attorney, where he defended Tom Posey, a key figure in the Iran-Contra affair with ties to the KKK and Holocaust deniers.

‘Debunked,’ via ANH:

Some of the highlights are as follows:

-The Olde Hickory House required employees to be at least 16. Beverly Nelson claims she was 15 when she started.

-The restaurant’s dumpsters were on the side of the building and not in back as Nelson claimed.

-A former employee says the restaurant NEVER closed at 11 PM as Nelson claimed and at midnight on most nights.

-Customers at the counter were served by the bartender or cook and not by any waitress.

-The witnesses claim they have shared this information with several news outlets but they have refused to report the truth!

Where does the GOP go from here? Will they side with Moore or continue to be stubborn?

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