Roy Moore’s Communications Director Resigns

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Nov 22, 2017

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 Moore has denied those allegations, but several prominent Republicans, including Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, have withdrawn their endorsements.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.”

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