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The hits just keep coming for Roy Moore, Republican nominee in the special Senate election in Alabama and alleged child sex predator, as Fox News host Sean Hannity, who previously got conservatives to smash their overpriced coffee makers in defense of pedophilia, delivered Moore an ultimatum.

“You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies,” Hannity said, directly addressing the former state Supreme Court judge on his Tuesday night show. “You must remove any doubt. If he can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

Hannity, who earlier urged viewers to treat the numerous allegations that Moore preyed on girls as young as 14—with his alleged misconduct so well known that even the local mall reportedly banned him from hanging out—with ample skepticism, went on to give Moore “24 hours” to respond.

It’s hard to say what the tipping point for the amateur MMA fighter was. But the remarks came one day after a fifth woman publicly came forward to accuse Moore of trying to rape her when she was 16.

Either that or enough advertisers, the coffee pod machine company Keurig among them, decided they wanted nothing to do with a guy defending an alleged pedophile.