An Alabama voter suggested Roy Moore's accusers were part of an orchestrated campaign against the Republican candidate -- but she suffered a brief malfunction when asked to identify the choreographers.
The voter, Martha Shiver, attended a "Women for Moore" rally Friday in the state Capitol in Montgomery, and she spoke briefly to MSNBC reporter Vaughn Hillyard.
"Well, I want to let him know that we're 100 percent behind him, we believe in him and we just don't really believe in all the slander that's going on, and we want him to know that we're 100 percent behind him," Shiver said.
Hillyard asked if she believed the women who have accused him of pursuing sexual relationships with them when he was a prosecuting attorney in his 30s and they were teenagers, and the reporter asked Shiver whether such relationships were considered more normal back then.
"I think at a young age she may have pushed the issue and she got probably rejected, and now she's saying that something that I don't think happened," Shiver said.
Hillyard again asked the woman if she believed Moore's accusers.
"I think that they're out for money, I think they've been pushed by the other people to say things that is not true," Shiver said.
The reporter asked her to identify those people pushing Moore's accusers to go forward, and the question seemed to catch her completely off-guard.
"Um," Shiver said, before taking a long pause. "I wouldn't really like to say that on TV. But I think, really, Luther Strange is probably behind a lot of this. I really don't trust him, and I just don't trust him."
Hillyard asked what the event, where Moore's wife spoke, was intended to accomplish.
"I believe in Roy Moore, all the way, 100 percent," Shiver said. "We're saying a prayer today, and we're letting him know that this group of people is all for him, and that we're 100 percent behind him."