Seth Meyers mocks Roy Moore riding a horse to vote: ‘Two animals not allowed in the mall’

Late-night host Seth Meyers mocked GOP Senate candidate Roy MooreRoy Stewart Moore#MeToo era shows there's almost never only one accuser, says Hill.TV's Krystal Ball Dem senator: 'Not a good practice' for anonymous misconduct allegation to halt Kavanaugh nomination Roy Moore drops lawsuit over campaign ads against him MORE for arriving to vote in Alabama's special Senate election on horseback.

"Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore rode on horseback today to his polling place to vote in the special election," Meyers said Tuesday on his show. Moore typically rides horses to elections in which he is a candidate.

"Look at that. What a majestic picture of two animals not allowed in the mall."


Moore, who was defeated Tuesday by Democrat Doug Jones, has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct.

One woman accused Moore of initiating a sexual encounter with her when she was 14 and he was 32. Another said Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16.

Reports last month said Moore had been banned from a local mall for harassing teenage girls there.

Meyers said when Moore is choosing a mode of transportation, he always asks himself: "What do 14-year-old girls like?"