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Poll: Nearly 40 percent of Alabama evangelicals say they’re more likely to vote for Moore after allegations

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White Christian Republicans in Alabama officially support 30 year old men making sexual advances to 14 year old 8th grade girls. These people are the worst part of America.

Poll: Nearly 40 percent of Alabama evangelicals say they’re more likely to vote for Moore after allegations

A new poll finds nearly 40 percent of Alabama evangelicals say they are more likely to vote for GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore after sexual misconduct allegations against him, while about one-third say the allegations make no difference in their decision.

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  1. Evangelists themselves have a lot to hide…i.e. Jim bakker. “An accusation of rape made by his secretary led to his resignation from the ministry. Subsequent revelations of accounting fraud brought about his imprisonment and divorce. He later remarried and returned to televangelism.”….

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