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In the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Roy Moore (R-Ala.), Democrats and establishment Republicans have called for him to bow out of the Senate race, Laura Ingraham reported.

Ingraham played a clip of New York City ad executive and MSNBC pundit Donny Deutsch saying that Democrats should "plaster" the airwaves that the GOP is "the party of pedophiles - this is the party of physical abusers."

"I don't think they want to go there," Ingraham said, adding that her reaction is not a defense of Moore but rather a way to lay out the facts about both Moore and Democratic subjects of similar accusations.

"I have two words for you: Bill Clinton," she said.

Ingraham said that private investigator Jack Palladino, who was tasked with finding "dirt" on Weinstein accusers did the same for Clinton.

She also mentioned the sexual misconduct scandals that plagued former Reps. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) and Barney Frank (D-Mass.), as well as former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D).

"Last time I checked, Weinstein, Spacey and Louis C.K. weren't exactly hanging out at CPAC," she said, referring to the annual meeting of conservatives in Oxon Hill, Md.

Ingraham said the left routinely "shields" its candidates who have been accused of misconduct, while the GOP does the opposite before facts are known.

She said Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) refused to answer questions about Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), who is on trial in Newark, N.J. on federal bribery charges.

"This is now a political question - should Roy Moore remain in the race?" she asked.

Ingraham said she was a staunch supporter of former candidate Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), not Moore.

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