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Alabama voters prepare to decide Senate race
Handle Jenkins reports from Washington, DC
Roy Moore, the claim his wife is defending her husband at a rally on Monday night against the “fake news” that the U.S. Senate candidate was anti-Semitic by pointing out that one of the lawyers, “is a Jew.”
Under the stage at the rally in Midland City, Ala., on the eve of election night, Kayla Moore accused of “false news” reports, for incorrectly stating that the couple did not “care for Jews.”
“One of our lawyers is a Jew. We have very close friends who are Jewish and a Rabbi,” she told the audience.
Moore was accused of anti-Semitism after suggesting last week that democratic donor George Soros, who is Jewish, is hell, The Daily Intelligencer reported.
“He is still in the same place that people who don’t realize that God and morality and accept his salvation,” said Moore on Tuesday on a local Alabama radio show.
Moore’s controversial comments before they serve on the various religions, including saying that Muslims should not be allowed to be in Congress, The hill reported.
The Latest Fox News poll places Democrat Doug Jones 10-points over Moore, the day before the Alabama voters head to the polls.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.