Roy Moore's Communications Director Resigns

Amid an ongoing barrage of sexual assault allegations, Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has just confirmed to the Washingtonian that his communications director, John Rogers, has resigned.

John Rogers has resigned as communications director from Roy Moore’s Senate campaign, according to a source familiar with the matter.


Reached by phone on Wednesday, Rogers confirmed his resignation. He declined to comment further.


The move comes as allegations of sexual misconduct against the Alabama Republican continue to roil his campaign. Moore has denied those allegations, but several prominent Republicans, including Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, have withdrawn their endorsements. The Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee have also dropped their support.


Of course, this resignation comes as Moore has repeatedly denied allegations and even went so far last week as to imply that an entry in one of his victim's yearbooks may have been a forgery (see: Judge Moore Doubles Down On Denial; Alleges That Gloria Allred's Yearbook Message Is A "Fraud").

In an impromptu press conference, Roy Moore's attorneys have called upon Gloria Allred and her client Beverly Young-Nelson to release the high school yearbook, which she claims was signed in 1977 by then Assistant District Attorney Moore, so that it can be submitted to a handwriting expert for analysis to determine whether it's "genuine or a fraud."

Meanwhile, Rogers' departure also comes just one day after President Trump reaffirmed his backing of Moore saying "well he denies it, Roy Moore totally denies it."

"Well he denies it, Roy Moore totally denies it. And by the way, he gives a total denial. And I have to say, 40 years is a long time. He's run eight races and this has never come up. The women are Trump voters, most of them are Trump voters. So I guess you have to do what you have to do."


"I can tell you one thing for sure. We don't need a liberal person in there, a Democrat. I looked at his record he's terrible on crime terrible on borders.  We don't need somebody who's soft on crime like Jones."

So what say you?  Does the Alabama Senate race debacle all come down to a poorly crafted communications strategy or is the end near for Judge Moore?


JimmyJones ne-tiger Wed, 11/22/2017 - 15:07 Permalink

Well we will find out on Dec 12, the Year book signature was shown to be a forgery, they copied the wrong signature, they copied the signature his assistant used when signing on his behalf, her initials are DA, no one that worked at the res truant remembers the girl working there.  Because the first accuser was a false one it killed all the others.  Open your eyes.  Dec 12th is coming and we will see. Signature torn apart exposing the forgery. is another good one. was the sitting Judge on the Accusers Divorce case and she didn't have issue with that.

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dirty fingernails Uncle Sugar Wed, 11/22/2017 - 19:08 Permalink

Maybe they know something we don't? IDK. He sure comes across as a real sack of shit hiding behind a cross and a flag. Rather like Jesse Jackson or damned near any politician. They whip out the right symbols, speak the right words and a spell seems to fall over the susceptible whereby they believe all the BS and internalize it as their  own truth.He may be the lesser of evils, but I refuse to participate in such shams anymore (not in AL anyways)

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The Chief dirty fingernails Wed, 11/22/2017 - 20:48 Permalink

If you think Moore is a sack of shit, then wait to you get load of his arch communist. McConnell spent 30 million trying to dig up dirt on him, as did half a dozen opponents in the past.This is a well orchestrated hit job with a massive propaganda machine fueled with Soros money behind it.All of you fucking punks that go against Moore will join the rest of these assholes at the pointy end of a bayonet and the hanging end of a rope as far as us patriots are concerned. No one will be spared.  

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No Time for Fishing JimmyJones Wed, 11/22/2017 - 17:59 Permalink

First accusers story has flaws as well. From time of the court case where Roy met her and the time she moved to her father's in another city was a max of 12 days counting the day they met.Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore…

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JimmyJones ne-tiger Wed, 11/22/2017 - 15:34 Permalink

Are you part of the delusional  ANTIFA army?  You know the group that basically cobbled together every loser group from high school into a "force" that when confronted gets is but kicked in every time unless its 6 on 1, that wimpy leftist group that is mentally ill?  The group that ignores the fact that the DNC played you and screwed Bernie?  That group?

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MortimerDuke ne-tiger Wed, 11/22/2017 - 16:02 Permalink

OK finally your point!  You don't like how the judge protected public forms of Christian beliefs.  Now you're being honest.  But you're also letting your biases dictate your judment of facts in this case.  I'm not saying he didn't do all of these things he's accused of - but you *want* them to be true so that your biases will be validated.  In your own mind, that is.  And, don't take this the wrong way, but the world's got to many of you and it would be a better place if you all learned how to think and interpret facts.  If you can learn to separate what you want to be true from what is likely the case, you'll be in a position to make a better world.

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Pure Evil ne-tiger Wed, 11/22/2017 - 16:45 Permalink

I don't have to close my eyes. The sun doesn't rise, the Earth turns exposing its surface to a stationary star within the Solar System. As the Earth continues to rotate the Sun appears to move across the surface, but its only the Earth continuous rotation that gives it that appearance.Just more leftist fake news.

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hardmedicine Banana Republican Wed, 11/22/2017 - 15:14 Permalink

I'm about to give to his campaign also.  We need a pro-trump conservative in the senate like YESTERDAY.  Out with Ryan, McCain, McConnell, and especially out with John cornyn and all the other total liberal democrats who have decided to put an R by their name.  They all have to go and I have given to the campaign of the opponents of each of these traitors  

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Conscious Reviver dirty fingernails Wed, 11/22/2017 - 23:20 Permalink

Not directing this to Roy, Banksters seem to be after Roy,  but as a rule, Banksters want people in power they can blackmail.A (((Bankster representative))) met that sad sack, President Wilson, former dean of a theology school and threatened to expose his activities with a young girl. Wilson went from running for reelection in 1914 on the slogan "He kept us out of war." to joining WWI shortly after reelection. This enabled the Balfour Declaration. He's also the president who presided over the creation of the Fed in 1913.Bottom line everyone in the DC Swamp is owned ... or they would not be there.

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Sanity Bear serotonindumptruck Wed, 11/22/2017 - 17:57 Permalink

That's exactly why it is so abominable for the Post to have opened up this can of worms. Without respect of the just and correct boundaries of personal space, we are all being blackmailed. Not in the future, right this very moment. No exceptions; every person is vulnerable, man woman and child. Civilization cannot sustain that state of affairs. It will break down, and possibly with some rapidity, and most assuredly with great violence.

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