This is just a report at this time— We will post any updates—(Snip) A Navy veteran who served 22 years for his country and then served in the Secret Service claims a family friend who lives in Alabama told his wife that a Washington Post reporter “named Beth” approached her and offered her THOUSANDS to accuse Judge Roy Moore of inappropriate sexual advances! Of course this is HUGE news if true. Doug Lewis #MAGA @umpire43 A family friend who lives in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offered her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore???? 7:35 PM - Nov
Comments: They say this is just a report, but I don´t know why anyone would even make that allegation if it wasn´t true because they will be dragged through the mud by the media. There was another report that the accuser, Deborah Wesson Gibson, worked for Moore´s opponent and campaigned for Clinton. Link below. WaPO needs to be exposed for the lying hacks that they are!!
The Demon-RATs are going to pull this on every conservative Republican candidate from now on.
It didn´t work with Trump, but that is because he wasn´t a conservative Republican. But for candidates with actual values, the mere mention of things like this will destroy their reputations. Even if the accuser later admits it was a lie, it won´t matter. Once a reputation is shot, its shot.
It doesn´t have to be true. Just saying it will cost the Republicans a lot of votes because of way too many brain dead sheeple voters.
The Republicans had BETTER learn how to get down and dirty, fight back, and do it SOON!!!!!
"But, these allegations are unsubstantiated!" the Wap-O would scream. Say! That how this hit job stuff works, Bezos. You can print any lie, any claim, any fantasy you want until someone catches you doing the dirt. After all, what is good for the goose is good for the gander- right?
I have heard from several women who participated in the Miss USA pageant. Many of the women received calls from the press and were asked about whether Donald Trump was ever inappropriate with them. If they said, "No" , the reporter went on to the next contestant. This is how they operate.
If Moore wins regardless: this will all be settled after December 12th. If he loses: the Dems will take the seat and further endanger the Trump agenda.
At this point: a vote for Moore is not endorsing Moore´s alleged behavior - it is only support for Moore against the Establishment hit against him. Let the Establishment waste its $$$ again, and simply ignore it.
This will trace back to Chuck U. Schumer and the dirty Demo-rats. They have done this repeatedly and successfully since they illegally unsealed divorce records in the good intentions to get Barack Obama elected in Illinois. There is no way this is true about Roy Moore, but the Democrats are feeling frisky after Tuesday´s wins in VA and NJ.
It is also hot on Twitter that the lady who says a WaPo reporter named "Beth" offered to pay her to accuse Roy Moore recorded the conversation and has a picture of the SJW reporter.´´
Everyone (ironically both Moore and Ms. "Beth) should be afforded a presumption of innocence, but an online list of WaPo reporters just happens to have (only) one who´s name and journalistic history fits the MO almost perfectly.
Everyone seems to want to hint at the D establishment colluding with the WaPo, but considering that in the Alabama primary run-off the R establishment spent more trying to slime Moore than the Dems did, if I were putting money on "whodunnit" I would bet on Rs like McConnell, McCain, Corker, Flake, and the rest.
It is becoming clear that Republican establishment would like to win in 2018, but much prefer to lose and remain in power as a minority than than to hold the Senate by allowing conservative "tea party" types in.
I certainly don´t doubt #7. They´re on a mission. It´s revenge. It´s highly orchestrated. And it´s their plan to retake everything retakeable. And as far as who´s behind it, hmmm. Let´s see. Who´s MIA lately? Who´s gone strangely silent when she SHOULD be out there screeching day and night about one of her most favored topics: the exploitation of women? Who stayed oddly on the sidelines and let Donna Brazille twist that dagger and destroy her publicly while never offering a rebuttal? Peculiar behavior for such a predictable person.
The Democrat Pravda propaganda wing has gone from scouring the lives of conservatives to paying people to make false accusations, a serious crime. The government should put any media outlet that does this out of business permanently, and put away those engaging in that crime for life.
Who can remember 40 years ago? Hillary can´t remember 40 days ago ("I don´t recall" is her version of the fifth amendment). After a certain time any evidence is long gone. That´s one reason there are statutes of limitations.
My my what a difference a day makes..yesterday everyone was against Moore for allegations, when someone came forward & said WP is trying to pay someone to go against Moore they are very cautious & say now its just a report now! Before it´s over it will be called the WP dossier against Moore. Just the words alone WP should have made everyone go veryyy slowly.
On Rush´s show this morning, a nice lady called in and suggested that Harry Reid´s tax lie about Mitt Romney be used now to show that the Dems have no problem using lies if lies help them win - citing Harry Reid´s famous answer when asked about his lie, "well, it worked, didn´t it - we won"
Excellent point re Democrats but I can´t help wondering if Mitch McConnell and John McCain had anything to do with it -
going back to Harry Reid and Mitt Romney - I know that Mitt Romney is a Mormon and I thought that Harry Reid was a Mormon - don´t they have any rules in that church about lying about someone? Even without any church rules, what about that commandment, "thou shalt not bear false witness" . . .
on the other hand, maybe Mitt Romney never even planned to win the 2012 election and Harry Reid was helping him out on that?
In a 2001 interview he said, "I think it is much easier to be a good member of the Church and a Democrat than a good member of the Church and a Republican." He went on to say that the Democrats´ emphasis on helping others, as opposed to what he considers Republican dogma to the contrary, is the reason he´s a Democrat. He delivered a speech at Brigham Young University to about 4,000 students on October 9, 2007, in which he expressed his opinion that Democratic values mirror Mormon values.
If the above statement is true, it makes me wonder further about Mormon values which first became a source of wonderment following Mitt Romney´s statements about Donald Trump during Trump´s Presidential campaign.
The idea that McConnell had anything to do with this is utterly ridiculous. Do you think he wants to lose the majority, the committee chairmanships, his own role as majority leader, Supreme Court picks, etc.
Do I think McConnell could have his hands in this? Ab.so.lutely. He doesn´t care if he´s in charge or not. He doesn´t care if the Republicans are the majority. He shows it every day with everything he does. He only cares about keeping the swamp full so he can enrich himself and his buddies. Who in their right mind would assign right thinking to Mitch McConnell?
Beth is Beth Reinhard the reporter on the story. She claims they were in Alabama to do another story and kept hearing rumors of Moore´s dalliances. They pursued it. The women were reluctant at first but eventually spoke out. Whether it´s true or not I don´t know. The age of consent in Alabama is 16. So there is only one girl that is a problem, the 14 yo. The claim is Moore only undressed her to her underwear. I don´t really see the relevance. He probably didn´t commit an illegal act, he´s just a pervert. These days it seems like everyone is. As far as Hoft he has no credibility with me any more. He used to. I don´t believe this story.
#28, this MO smacks of Fusion GPS. They feed the trash to the media. Notice that Beth started hearing stories. One can guess that the "resistance" SJW worker in the Dem camp did not accidentally run into Beth or any of the others.
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