After accused child molester and failed Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore was defeated by Democratic challenger Doug Jones in the Alabama Special Election last year, he was quickly dumped by the mainstream GOP. After months of pushing back, Moore appears that have reached rock bottom.

Moore's bottomed out

After Roy Moore's embarrassing defeated last year in the Alabama special election to Democrat Doug Jones, he quickly pushed back and attempted to call for a recount. Moore's efforts left him humiliated and a national embarrassment, with even many in the right-wing media turning against him.

In a lengthy Facebook post on March 2, Moore confirmed that he was running out of money, struggling to pay the bills and even asking for financial help from his supporters.

"My resources have been depleted and I have struggled to make ends meet, but I have not lost my faith in our God,," Roy Moore said, before putting the blame of his hardship on "gays, lesbians, and transgenders" who he claims "have joined forces with those who believe in abortion, sod*my, and destruction of all that we hold dear." "The liberal media, in association with some who want to destroy our Country do not want my influence in the 2018 elections," Moore continued.

"Please help me fight this battle for the heart and soul of this Nation. Your financial contribution to my legal defense fund is crucial," Roy Moore goes on to say, in a desperate attempt to raise money.

Moore's downfall

An election in Alabama has long been considered a lock for the Republican Party as the red state has been a strong hold for conservatives for decades.

When a Senate seat became vacant by Jeff Sessions becoming the new Attorney General, the consensus was that a Republican would easily fill in the slot. However, the race turned upside down and gained national attention when Roy Moore was nominated by the GOP, which resulted in various allegations of sexual misconduct with younger age women being released.

Roy Moore denied the reports, but the allegations only continued, with more women coming forward, including some claiming that affairs took place when they were as young as 14-years-old. With the pressure mounting and the White House and GOP being unclear on where they stood, Doug Jones was able to pull off the upset and become the first Democrat to win a major election in the state in years. In response, Moore refused to concede, threatening to take legal action to secure a recount which never occurred.