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Did A Washington Post Reporter Bribe An Accuser of Judge Roy Moore?
Roy Moore accuser worked for Clinton campaign as interpreter, reports say

Deborah Wesson Gibson, who told The Washington Post that she briefly dated Moore when she was 17 and he was 34, founded the language interpreting company, Signs of Excellence, and has worked for a number of democratic campaigns, according to Alabama Local News.

The company’s Facebook page shows Gibson working for and posing with several Democrats at political rallies including 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden, former Sen. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla., and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.

Also Alabama woman claims Reporter from Washington Post offered her thousands to make claims against Moore
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This entire festering mess will most likely turn out a fantasy serving misdirection and slime-balling. This shovel full as they dig deeper is just the 1st of many.
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Same tricks, same phony narratives and they still
think the dumb plebes aren't onto them. It would
be hilarious were it not so disgustingly reprehens-
That's My King! (Dr. S.M. Lockridge, Official) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzqTFNfeDnE  Heartflowers
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Innocent until proven guilty is now dead when it comes to any accusation of sexual misconduct. In 2017 if you want to destroy someone all you need do is point and claim he or she is a witch, I meant sexual predator. The mob will immediately form and the demand the witch be burned. I meant sexual predator be burned. If you really want someone destroyed say they are a pedophile and soon everyone will be demanding they be put to death with no proof other than an accusation from an enemy. All rational thought goes out the window as the mob screams for blood.

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The allegation is that the Wa Po reporter offered one of the witness's $1000. to make the accusation, that there is an audio of it in the hands of the media and now the District Attorney has it. So if it's true we will await the District Attorney's announcement:

"From the outset, several aspects of the Washington Post‘s decades-old accusations of Roy Moore having inappropriate relations with four young women seemed off. In addition to odd circumstances surrounding the story’s origins, the accusers themselves – and even the WaPo journalist who wrote the story – have checkered pasts and political views which some could consider ulterior motives.

If the accusations against Moore are true, he needs to immediately step aside and exit politics – as both President Trump and, oddly, Mitch McConnell have stated. Moore has vehemently denied the charges.

How did the story come together?

As Radio host Mark Levin pointed out on his show last week that there are several aspects of the case which don’t really make sense. To recap; a Washington Post reporter overheard a rumor at a Roy Moore event in Alabama about Moore sexually abusing four girls 38 years ago, then found the women, interviewed them, and the rest is history.

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From what I read it sounds like one accusor worked for Hillary and the other was a donating Democrat. They want to take out this judge it sounds like. I think he is being set up rather than that he would commit a sex crime against 4 women.
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We need a PIN on this thread for followup. !!

   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    

"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." ~ John Adams  
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November 11, 2017
This Is About to Get Very Ugly, Very Fast - Bannon Vs Establishment 'Season of War' Explodes And Bannon Is Doubling Down, Not Backing Down

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

The 'bombshell" report against GOP Senatorial candidate Judge Roy Moore, accusing him of inappropriate sexual contact with "teenagers," nearly 40 years ago, is not about Alabama, not about Moore, but is rather the establishment attempting to "slow down" Steve Bannon's promised "season of war" against establishment Republicans.


Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon backed Judge Roy Moore to become the GOP candidate for the Alabama senate race, which Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and establishment Republicans backed the establishment incumbent, Luther Strange. Bannon's candidate won, establishment's lost, which Bannon referenced when he declared a "season of war" against establishment Republicans.

Enter Washington Post, stage left, the establishment's choice of paper to malign, lie, and offer "fake news" stories to the masses, offering a hit piece against the candidate opposing the Democratic candidate the Post previously endorsed, who had documented ties with far-left groups financed by George Soros.

Wapo reported that Moore, when he was in his early thirties, dated younger women, in their "teens," three of which were over the age of consent, which is 16 in the state of Alabama, according to their articles of code, and none of the "accusations" by those three women included anything of a criminal nature, nor included intercourse or anything more than kissing, so the addition of them by Wapo was nothing more than salacious fodder in an obvious hit job.

The last claim comes from a women 52 year old Leigh Corfman, that accuses Moore of inappropriate sexual contact when she was 14 years old, so that is the only actual accusation that would include anything that would have been a crime then, but to which the statue of limitations has expired on now, and there was no allegation of rape.

Judge Moore has categorically denied contact with Ms. Corfman, telling Sean Hannity "I had nothing to do with this. This is a completely manufactured story meant to defraud this campaign," making this a he said/she said issue.

Unfortunately in the absence of any police reports filed, which there were none made, nor any legal charges leveled at the time or now, it comes down to credibility, which is why Moore highlighted that he had been in public service for more than 40 years, in his initial statement after the Washington Post article was published, just four weeks before the election is to be held, in which Moore held a substantial lead.

Today, the Judge Roy Moore Campaign for U.S. Senate issued a statement responding to yet another baseless political attack by the Washington Post, a paper that has endorsed Judge Moore's opponent. Moore campaign chair Bill Armistead released the following statement on Thursday afternoon:

"Judge Roy Moore has endured the most outlandish attacks on any candidate in the modern political arena, but this story in today's Washington Post alleging sexual impropriety takes the cake. National liberal organizations know their chosen candidate Doug Jones is in a death spiral, and this is their last ditch Hail Mary. ..."



   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    

"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." ~ John Adams  
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They made one too many Xeroxes of the page they ripped out of the playbook.
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Alabama ABC Affiliate Can’t Find One Voter Who Believes WaPo Report About Roy Moore in Man-on-the-Street Segment

by Jeff Poor 10 Nov 2017

During a segment that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Birmingham, AL ABC affiliate WBMA 33/40’s 5 p.m. local news, political reporter Lauren Walsh sought out voters in Columbiana, AL to gauge their reactions to the Washington Post report that alleged Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls more than 34 years ago.

None of the respondents according to Walsh told her they believed the Post’s reporting.

“It’s hard to believe the events that transpired yesterday,” Gordon Fluker of nearby Wilsonville, AL said to Walsh about the Washington Post report.

Fluker’s response was the standard according to Walsh.

“Out of all the voters we spoke with Friday in Columbiana, we didn’t find one voter who believed the Washington Post report about Moore,” she said.
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