Yesterday, there was a report that there was a letter of support from more than 50 pastors that urged voters of Alabama to vote for GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.
However, it was revealed that the letter was a recycled letter that was originally written before the GOP primaries back in August. The letter has been altered to be used after molestation accusations.
There are at least two pastors from the recycled letter that spoke out and stated they did not give permission for their name to be used.
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According to Tijuanna Adetunji, of the Fresh Anointing House of Worship in Montgomery, and Pastor Thad Endicott, of the Heritage Baptist Church, they both say they were not contacted about the letter. They also ask that their names be removed from the most recent letter.
The old version of the letter has all the same wording but there are three extra paragraphs. It also includes a blurb about coming out to vote on August 15th and still can be seen on Roy Moore’s campaign website.
Moore’s campaign has yet to respond to questions related to the fraudulent letter.
This revelation comes as a new accuser came out against Moore yesterday saying Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16. However, Moore and his campaign are denying all the allegations.
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