Democrats and the media are breaking out in cold sweats.

Roy Moore is back on track for victory.

But his campaign was turned upside by one disturbing event.

Moore was speaking at a worship service on Wednesday night when a heckler burst in and tried to disrupt the service.

Despite being asked to show respect, the man continued to shout and cause a scene.

He was eventually removed.

But it was later revealed just who the man was.

The man is Rich Barbieri, who also happens to be an associate of the Trump-hating and far-left late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel.

Alabamians were appalled at the lack of respect the Hollywood elite showed during a worship service.

This was not a normal campaign event.

Moore was invited to speak during the service, and the left treated it like a high school football game.

Kimmel even had the audacity to brag about his buddy trashing the church service.

Moore responded that Kimmel should show up and face him man-to-man.

Breitbart reports:

“Now, for the first time since the incident, Moore’s team is fired up and fighting back calling out the elites. In addition to Messer’s above comments, he added in an email to Breitbart News that Kimmel should come down to Alabama himself rather sending one of his lackeys down here.

“If Kimmel wants to mock our Christian values, he should come down here and do it man to man instead of hiding behind a camera in Hollywood,” Messer said. “And yes, Jimmy, we will still rebuild our military, build the wall, protect our gun rights, reform our tax code, and support President Trump whether you like that or not. Hollywood will not bully us around.”

Fellow senior Moore adviser Brett Doster bashed Kimmel for enabling Hollywood’s culture of preying on women as seen by the recent downfalls of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey.

“Last night, Jimmy Kimmel sent one of his goons to disrupt an Alabama worship service as a comedy prop,” Doster said in an email to Breitbart News. “For years, Kimmel hosted a show that exploited women and encouraged sexual impropriety. He and the rest of the entertainment industry look down their noses at our evangelical values while using their own pulpit to encourage the very behavior purveyed by monsters like Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey.”

Many of Moore’s supporters see Kimmel mocking Christianity as part of the left’s overall campaign to stop Moore because he is a believer.

When the smears began to surface, Moore and other conservatives pointed out that it was an attack designed to keep a Christian man of faith out of the Senate.

But Kimmel’s stunt only reinforces the notion that the elites – whether they be in D.C., the media, or Hollywood – are ganging up on Moore because of his strong Christian faith and values.