Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., said Friday she believes allegations about Roy Moore and demanded this type of misconduct end.

"Harvey Weinstein, Anthony Weiner, Roger Ailes, Roy Moore... No MOORE of this," Comstock said in a statement issued Friday afternoon.

"4 women have come forward with detailed stories about Roy Moore. Their stories are confirmed through numerous sources who knew of the actions at the time or well before now," Comstock added.

The GOP lawmaker said she believes allegations against the other three men are true because they fall in line with how sexual predators "operate."

"To date Roy Moore has not provided any credible explanation or response to the detailed allegations, particularly the allegations by a woman who was at the time a 14 year old girl and Roy Moore was a 32 year-old district attorney," Comstock continued.

"The defense from some of his supporters is beyond disturbing. Today, the National Review Editorial board also set out the case against Roy Moore and why he should drop out. Roy Moore should not serve in the U.S. Senate," Comstock finished.

On Thursday, the Washington Post published report quoting four women who made the allegations against the GOP nominee to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

"This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation,” Moore said in a statement following the report.