Alabama Robocalls Allegedly Spread Roy Moore Conspiracy Theories

Wochit Headline News - Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Over the course of the past week, Republican candidate Roy Mooreโ€™s already contentious campaign to win the Jeff Sessions' old Alabama senate seat has heated up, over allegations that he molested children decades ago.

Moore refused to back down, endorsing a Twitter-fueled conspiracy theory saying the Washington Post paid women to fabricate the allegations.

Now, someone has allegedly continued to push Twitter garbage on Alabama voters with an anti-Semitic twist.

A pastor said he received a robocall claiming to be a phony Post reporter, and offering money for โ€œdamaging remarks" about Roy Moore..

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