(Lifezette) Noting the Democrats replaced a Senate candidate in 2002 very close to the election, Ann Coulter told Laura Ingraham on Thursday night that Alabama Republican Roy Moore should go if sexual allegations against him are true.
And despite the close proximity to the December 12 special election, the GOP has precedent in replacing a Senate candidate past ballot deadlines, and it was set by the Democrats, Coulter said.
"I'm sorry, the Democrats replaced Robert Torricelli when he was running for Senate not because they found out anything new about him ... but because his poll numbers were down," said Coulter. "It was past the time they could legally replace him. So no, no, no. If this turns out to be true, they should replace [Moore] with [U.S. Rep.] Mo Brooks."
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