The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Horn News
Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity ultimately said Wednesday he couldn’t be the judge of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
It was an odd conclusion to a televised ultimatum. Hannity, whose words carry weight among conservatives because of his large nightly audience, had given Moore 24 hours to explain “inconsistencies” in his response to allegations of child molestation or quit the Alabama race.
Hannity read a letter from Moore, who said he never dated “underage girls.” Moore questioned whether a 1977 yearbook inscription written by him to a girl who accused him of sexual assault was a forgery.
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The Fox host didn’t say whether he found those answers convincing.
“The people of Alabama deserve to have a fair choice,” he said. “I’m very confident that when everything comes out, they will make the best decision for their state. It shouldn’t be decided bypost was originally published on this site