The allegations coming out against Alabama’s candidate for US Senate Roy Moore are completely suspicious and I don’t think I’m the only one to notice.
It seems that Bezos’ CIA-ties Washington Post has decided to run a hit piece on Moore in which allegations by a woman who was then 14-years-old claims that Moore touched her sexually, and that three other teen girls at the time he was in his early thirties dated him and they hugged and kissed.
The first thing that makes these accusations almost unbelievable is that Moore has been in Alabama politics as a judge for years. He’s not been in some closet somewhere.
Why are these allegations of things that allegedly took place four decades ago just now coming out? My guess is it’s because the establishment knows Roy Moore is the real deal.
It seems that The Post got the right reporter too, one that has a bit of fraud of her own.
Stephanie McCrummen appears to have engaged in writing a fake check.
Got News reports:
According to left-leaning New York Magazine, McCrummen has an extensive criminal record, committing four infractions in three different states.
The original 2011 report details how McCrummen’s criminal career began with her writing a fake check in North Carolina:
“Ms. McCrummen’s criminal history began with North Carolina Case # 1992 CR 00654, a violation of the Article 19 – False Pretenses and Cheats section of the North Carolina Criminal Code. Ms. McCrummen was convicted of a crime punishable by up to six months of imprisonment for writing a hot check that was deemed worthless.”
Is it possible a journalist with a history of writing fake checks could also write fake news?
Why yes, yes it is quite possible Ms. McCrummen would participate in writing fake news. The question is, did she do so?
The thing that is most telling about the hit piece from The CIA-tied Washington Post is that out of the four women interviewed, the 14-year-old’s story seems to be completely inconsistent with the other women’s story of Roy Moore.
I don’t think there was a problem with the age gap considering that in Alabama, the other three women would have been considered to be able to be of consent, but the juiciest details the Post could come up with is that they hugged or kissed.
The woman who claimed to be 14 at the time that she says Roy Moore touched her and guided her to touch him sexually has a questionable story for sure.
Corfman may not have been 14 at the time either. Marion Talley, who lives in Etowah County and believes her brother actually dated Corfman in 1976, claims that Corfman would have been at least 17 years old in 1979.
The age issue is a simple one to determine via birth records.
Corman also has a sordid history of her own.
According to one report, has made a plethora of false accusations of sexual impropriety against Christian leaders.
I'M FROM ETOWAH COUNTY, ALABAMA, AND LEIGH CORFMAN SEEMS TO HAVE DATED MY BROTHER IN 1976, MAKING HER OLDER THAN 17 AT THAT TIME! NOT 14, IN 1979. ROY MOORE IS BEING SMEARED OR THERE IS TWO LEIGH CORFMAN … SOMEONE IS LYING ON @MooreSenate INVESTIGATE GADSDEN HIGH ANNUAL PLEASE
— Marion Talley (@Shadowboxer50) November 9, 2017
DEM PROPAGANDA …
One of the "accusers" cited by @bethreinhard in #RoyMoore story is Deborah Wesson Gibson. Gibson is a Lib who volunteers for #Moore's DEM opponent Doug Jones. Why the hell wasn't this disclosed in the @washingtonpost story?
— Small Biz for Trump (@SmallBiz4Trump) November 10, 2017
Roy Moore's main accuser Leigh Corfman has had three divorces and major financial problems. Filed for bankruptcy three times, once in 1991 with $139,689 in unpaid claims. She has had multiple issues with the IRS and has been charged with multiple misdemeanors as well. Hmm….
— Quinton Jackson (@alaskantexanQCT) November 9, 2017
— CC Lady (@Wholaughin) November 10, 2017
One of her neighbors said, “she…went to various churches within our denomination and accused at least three other pastors besides an uncle of ours [of] making sexual advances at her. Each time that she brought it to a District board for Alabama they found her to be uncredible [sic] and she changed her story many times.”
She also apparently tried to sue a pastor in one of the sections within the woman’s denomination in 2007 and the Circuit Judge would not hear the case.
As far as I’m concerned, this has establishment written all over it, both Democrats and Republicans.
Take a look at what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a man known for violating the Constitution and selling out the American people over and over, said.
“If these allegations are true, he must step aside,” McConnell said in a statement on behalf of all Senate Republicans.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a man who has sold America out time and again and also demonstrated that he doesn’t care for innocent until proven guilty, said unequivocally, “He should immediately step aside and allow the people of Alabama to elect a candidate they can be proud of.”
Funny John, I could say the same thing about the people of Arizona.
President Donald Trump was more reserved in his assessment in a statement from White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who was accompanying Trump as he traveled from China to Vietnam on Friday.
Sanders said, “Like most Americans, the president does not believe we can allow a mere allegation, in this case one from many years ago, to destroy a person’s life. However, the president also believes that if these allegations are true, Judge Moore will do the right thing and step aside.”
If that was not enough, The Daily Beast reported:
A day after explosive allegations of sexual assault surfaced against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, the Republican Party’s senate campaign arm has severed financial ties with the embattled former state supreme court justice.
A joint fundraising committee benefitting Moore and a handful of Republican Party organs filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission on Friday removing the National Republican Senatorial Committee as one of its beneficiaries. Going forward, the committee’s fundraising will benefit Moore’s Senate campaign, the Alabama Republican Party, and the Republican National Committee but not the NRSC.
The establishment hates Roy Moore. They hate him because of his principled convictions. He believes in the God of the Bible, the Bible as the source of truth and law and justice, and the limits of the Constitution in restraining government and protecting the liberties of the people.
The establishment is against this, on both sides of the aisle.
Time will tell the truth, but here’s the thing to keep your eye on: Roy Moore has unapologetically called these allegations false.
“These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and The Washington Post on this campaign,” he said in a statement.
He later attributed the news to “The Obama-Clinton Machine’s liberal media lap dogs.”
Unlike others who have dropped out of races over allegations, demonstrating that the allegations probably had merit, I suspect Roy Moore will go the distance and the people of Alabama should vote for a principled man in the US Senate, one who has yet to sell them out to the dog with the biggest bark or the machine with the most money.