A pro-President Trump coalition that previously backed Roy Moore's Senate bid is re-stating that support less than two weeks before the special election.
In an open letter posted Dec. 1 on its website, MAGA Coalition blasted the reporting of the allegations made by women accusing Moore of unwanted romantic or sexual advances when they were teens in the 1970s.
Moore has repeatedly denied the allegations.
MAGA, of course, is an acronym made popular by Trump for his "Make America Great Again" slogan.
The letter said that the Alabama special election is crucial toward pushing Trump's agenda forward leading into the 2018 midterms. Democrat Doug Jones is Moore's opponent in the Dec. 12 election.
The letter is signed by Adam Gingrich, president of MAGA Coalition Inc. The headline: "Roy Moore vs. the Washington D.C. establishment. An open letter to Alabama voters from the MAGA Coalition."
"Alabama is now the tip of the spear," the letter said. "Each man and woman of voting age will be transformed into an agent of justice on December 12th. Every voting booth will be transformed into a jury box; not for the guilt or innocence of Judge Roy Moore, per se, but for the whole political system. A vote for Roy Moore is not a vote on what may or may not have happened in 1979. The moral equivalency game is not a winnable one. If the biblical parable of Solomon's wisdom is to hold true: who in this scenario is prepared to split the child? One side is willing to sacrifice this election rather than allow the grassroots another win. That much is clear."
The letter also alludes to "unseen forces at work" that are seeking to undermine Moore's campaign.
The full letter:
The eyes of the nation are upon you. December 12th vote will be a crucial test of honor, morality, justice and wisdom. As is often the case in politics, nothing will be black or white. There will be no "right" answer, no unequivocal fact, and no pundit, politician or personality who holds the moral high ground. Myself included.
However, our MAGA Coalition made the call on this race months ago when we endorsed Judge Roy Moore for US Senate. It would be a shameful abdication of our duties to shy away from clarifying that endorsement in a time of trial and tribulation. In fact, there is no greater test of one's mettle than to weigh in on matters such as the election facing Alabama voters.
This is the new and obscene American political landscape -- a place where the lowest common denominator reigns, and charges of depravity rule the day. Are we so desensitized that we don't flinch at 40-year-old charges, lobbed like a hand grenade, 30 days before an election? The methods deployed by the Washington Post in printing their latest bit of "organic" journalism, is almost as repugnant as the charges alleged within. As we watch the establishment powers that be in Washington D.C., trying to wrestle away the autonomy and integrity of elections for all Alabamians, we can only offer our contempt for the manner in which their charges against Judge Roy Moore have been staged.
To be clear: the campaign of Doug Jones, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and the mainstream media, have turned a US Senate election into a binary choice on individual morality. The implication being, if you don't vote a certain way, we will paint your entire state as moral degenerates. Not too dissimilar from the efforts of those who sought to define Donald Trump by surreptitious recordings from an Access Hollywood show. This playbook is well-worn and dog-eared by now, yet the masters of political war in Washington plow forward. They see themselves as the sole moral arbiters and purveyors of truth, and voters as simple tools to advance their agenda. Their hypocrisy knows no bounds.
Alabama is now the tip of the spear. Each man and woman of voting age will be transformed into an agent of justice on December 12th. Every voting booth will be transformed into a jury box; not for the guilt or innocence of Judge Roy Moore, per se, but for the whole political system. A vote for Roy Moore is not a vote on what may or may not have happened in 1979. The moral equivalency game is not a winnable one. If the biblical parable of Solomon's wisdom is to hold true: who in this scenario is prepared to split the child? One side is willing to sacrifice this election rather than allow the grassroots another win. That much is clear.
It feels to us like there are unseen forces at work, seeking to replace our hope with hostility, our faith with fear, and our judgment with theirs. On November 8th, 2016, the world watched as we made our choice. Now, on December 12th, the nation looks to you, Alabama. There, in the solitude of the voting booth, you will have your say. Nothing, and no one, can take that moment from you. May you all be blessed, even if only in that moment, with the Wisdom of Solomon.
God bless Alabama and God bless America.
President - MAGA Coalition, Inc.