Megyn Kelly to Pastor Who Supports Moore: ‘Aren’t You Worried About the Teenage Girls in the D.C. Area?’ (Video)

Megyn Kelly to Pastor Who Supports Moore: ‘Aren’t You Worried About the Teenage Girls in the D.C. Area?’ (Video)

Pastor Mike Allison, who has known embattled Senate candidate Roy Moore for 20 years, joined Megyn Kelly on NBC’s “TODAY” from Alabama on the day of the state’s special Senate election.

Megyn Kelly asked Pastor Mike Allison if he was concerned about “about the teenage girls in the D.C. area.”

Regarding the allegations of sexual misconduct against Moore, he says, “I am not convinced that he has done these things.” Allison also denies that Moore is anti-Semitic.

Partial transcript as follows:

KELLY: Aren’t you worried at all about the teenage girls in the D.C. area if it is true?

ALLISON: No. I’m not worried about the teenage girls in the D.C. area because of Roy Moore. There’s absolutely no record of him carrying on like this at all. And these allegations, from what I understand, are all 30 and 40 years of age.

I believe if he was that type of an individual, there would be a strong string of this stuff going on. It hasn’t happened.


 

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