On her radio show, Fox's Laura Ingraham casts doubt on Roy Moore molestation report

On her radio show, Fox's Laura Ingraham casts doubt on Roy Moore molestation report

Ingraham: "I received a lot of emails and a lot of tweets from you last night saying, and I see your point, just because The Washington Post has decided to take someone out, don't jump on the grave prematurely. Don't usher someone into a grave."

Video ››› ››› MEDIA MATTERS STAFF

From the November 10 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

Loading the player reg...

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): And now a new allegation against Roy Moore. This is a 38 year old -- the one that’s the most disturbing of all of the charges is something that allegedly happened in 1979. And he's been in office, a friend of mine said to me last year, 40 years. So it is a little curious why [Washington Post owner Jeff] Bezos sends a band of reporters down there to Alabama to find out what happened in 1979. To me that's a little -- I don't know, we'll see. If it, obviously, if that is true, that he was essentially feeling up a 14-year-old when he was 32, I don't care if you're in Alabama, that's just completely unacceptable and he should not be in politics. 

RAYMOND ARROYO: Troubling allegations. 

INGRAHAM: Never should have -- never should have been in politics. But I received a lot of emails and a lot of tweets from you last night saying, and I see your point, just because The Washington Post has decided to take someone out, don't jump on the grave prematurely. Don't usher someone into a grave.

Previously

Fox's Gregg Jarrett: "I am suspicious" of allegations Roy Moore molested a 14 year-old "because of the source, The Washington Post"

Hannity defends Roy Moore against Wash. Post report he molested a child: "It's he said, she [said]"

Fox guest attacks woman who spoke out about Roy Moore, saying that at 14 years old she was “basically incorrigible”

Fox & Friends spent less than 4 minutes on Roy Moore

We've changed our commenting system to Disqus.
Instructions for signing up and claiming your comment history are located here.
Updated rules for commenting are here.