Judge Roy upheld by Alabamians…

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One day on his show last week, author and radio host Mark Levin totally exposed the Washington Post hit piece on Judge Roy Moore as a complete manufactured lie. Quote: “While reporting a story in Alabama about supporters of Moore’s Senate campaign, a Post reporter heard that Moore allegedly had sought relationships with teenage girls.”

“Over the ensuing three weeks, two Post reporters contacted and interviewed the four women. All were initially reluctant to speak publicly but chose to do so after multiple interviews, saying they thought it was important for people to know about their interactions with Moore. The women say they don’t know one another.”

Levin then had questions for his audience: “How did the WaPo know there were four women, who they were, and how to contact them? Turns out it all comes down to a Washington Post reporter (reporters plural, actually) who just happened to be in Alabama talking to Judge Roy Moore supporters, and allegedly, they happened to hear what no one has reported on in 38 years, not even from political opponents – not one – that Judge Roy Moore, 38 years ago, made advances to teenage girls. Four of them, to be exact.”

“Now the four girls don’t know each other, they’ve never met. Yet the person who the Post reporters happened to run into and speak to, the person who supposedly told the reporters the story about the four girls, happened to know all four girls and how to contact them. Seriously?”

Check this from ‘sundance’ writing in Conservative Treehouse/The Last Refuge: “Media Ignores Key Alabama Witness Reports That Refute Roy Moore Accuser” …

On top of the original story told by Gloria Allred falling apart; and on top of Allred refusing to produce the yearbook from the accuser that she highlighted as evidence; the Alabama campaign of Roy Moore has been contacted by several key witnesses who refute the story described by Gloria Allred’s client and media accuser Beverly Nelson.

Interestingly, the witnesses who have direct and specific knowledge of the events Mrs. Nelson described in 1977 already told the media her story didn’t make sense and provided specific examples that refute the claims of Mrs. Nelson.  However, after waiting to see their accounts told by the media, and seeing nothing, the witnesses realized the media was hiding them.

GADSDEN, Ala. – On Monday evening, the Moore Campaign unveiled statements from key witnesses that completely bust the story of Beverly Nelson and Gloria Allred and further reveal an unconscionable bias on the part of state and national press to hide the truth from Alabama voters who will undoubtedly see through the “fake news” and elect Judge Moore for the man that they have always known him to be.

[…]  These witnesses have shared their testimony with multiple news outlets. The outlets have failed to report.

Rhonda Ledbetter, a retired public school teacher who is currently the senior choir director at a Baptist church and teaches children at a local, church-sponsored day care center, was a waitress at Olde Hickory House for almost three years from 1977-1979. She was a college student at Jacksonville State University at the time and worked varying shifts at different times of day, multiple days a week during the time of her employment.

She said in a statement:

“When I heard Beverly Nelson’s story, there were several details that were different from what I remember. I was nervous at coming forward because of all the attention this story has gotten, but as a moral and ethical person I had to speak up about what I know to be true.

I was a waitress at Olde Hickory for almost three years from 1977-1979, and I never saw Roy Moore come in to the restaurant. Not one time. And I would have noticed because most of our customers weren’t wearing suits, especially not at night. Many customers worked at Goodyear next door and would stop in on their way to and from work, and I don’t remember anyone from the courthouse coming in at all. That just wasn’t our crowd.

“A few things stuck out to me. First, Nelson said she was 15 years old when she started working there but you had to be 16. I don’t remember her from my time there, and I don’t remember any 15-year-olds working there at all.

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In the meantime, a few people who have worked for, with, and know Judge Roy Moore very well, showed up to conduct their own presser yesterday outside the State Capitol in Montgomery, to let the world know what the real Roy Moore looks, feels, and sounds like. Later in the day, President Trump all but endorsed him, firing back reporters’ questions as he was leaving the White House for Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago. Take a look and listen …

Don’t let the fuzzy sound quality in the beginning put you off, after the first 50 seconds, it improves from there .. definitely worth watching in full.