Moore told the crowd at an Alabama Baptist church that people who don't "hold conservative values" are conspiring against him.
"I don't know how much these women are getting paid, but I can only believe they're getting a healthy sum," Pastor Earl Wise said.
A fake robocall claiming to be from a journalist offered women money for smearing the Alabama Senate candidate.
"Mr. Moore, I have been teaching in this school for thirty years, and in all of that time you're the most mixed-up person I've ever taught."
The Alabama Senate election between Bannon-backed Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is tied in a dead heat.
If the election were held today, the poll shows that around half of those surveyed would cast their vote for Roy Moore and around 44 percent would vote for Jones. The rest are still undecided.