Time to Examine Moore Accusers’ Recollection of 40 Years

John R. Houk

© November 25, 2017


It is my humble opinion that Democrats lie for the sake of pushing a Left-Wing agenda. if accomplishing a Left-Wing agenda means smearing the political opposition with lies and half-truths (remember – if it is half a truth it is half a lie), the Dems will pour on the disinformation until it is believed as a total fact.


I begin this way due to the sexual harassment accusations 40 years ago aimed at Roy Moore from girls then ranging from 14 to 18 or so. Until the alleged accusations Roy Moore has had an impeccable career with the only criticism by Leftist Dems and Establishment Republicans was a refusal to submit to SCOTUS over whether or not the Ten Commandments should remain at the Alabama Supreme Court property. This ludicrous SCOTUS ruling on the Ten Commandments when the Federal SCOTUS building is littered with art of religious works relating to law influences:


VIDEO: American Heritage-Religious Images in our US Capitol and Supreme Court [Particularly at about the 3:20 mark]


Posted by  nvsvictor

Published on Jul 15, 2008


Much more American Heritage videos can be found here:






National Statuary Hall In the current house chambers, it says “In God We Trust” Time: 0:57


There are images of prominent lawgivers in history. Moses is displayed in the middle of them with a full-face view. He was the only lawgiver from the Bible. Time: 1:06


“Separation of Church and State has separated us from our heritage because we can’t teach about religious happenings in our history. The meaning of this phrase has been re-interpreted to mean something else. Time: 1:57


The US capitol is filled with religious scenes. Time: 2:25


In the Supreme Court, statue of Moses is told on tours to be holding the “Bill of Rights” instead of the Ten Commandments. Attempts to remove any religious presence in the Court. Time: 3:32


Many appearances of Biblical excerpts throughout the READ THE REST


When a guy takes a moral stand when the rule of law is blatantly manipulated contrary to the Constitution’s Original Intent and the Will of the Creator, that guy is a moral hero.


How does the Left smear a man’s character like that? They look as far back into a guy’s past as possible to manipulate the creation of an egregious story line without physical proof but based on I suspect gratuitously planted memories.


When the lack of evidence and a lack of credibility begins to enter in, a more salacious effort is made.


In the case of Roy Moore, so far, the Left has drudged up nine accusers from about 40 years ago:


  • Leigh Corfman: Claims Moore provided her with alcohol and sexually assaulted her when she was 14 years old.


  • Wendy MillerClaims Moore asked her out on a date when she was 16 years old and he was 32. Her mother said no.


  • Debbie Wesson Gibson: Claims she dated Moore for roughly three months in 1981 when she was 17 years old. … She said he kissed her twice during the time they dated. He was 34 at the time.


  • Gloria Thacker DeasonClaims she dated Moore on-and-off again when she was 18 and he was 32 after an initial meeting at the Gadsden Mall in 1979. Deason said their physical relationship never went further than kissing and hugging.


  • Beverly Young NelsonClaims Moore sexually assaulted her in 1977 when she was 16 years old. (This is dubious Yearbook signature gal with all sorts of contradictions in her story.)


  • Tina JohnsonClaims Moore groped her in his office in 1991 when she was 28 years old.


  • Kelly Harrison ThorpClaims Moore asked her out in 1982 when she was a 17-year-old waitress at Red Lobster.


  • Gena Richardson: Claims Moore pursued her relentlessly in 1977 when she was an 18-year-old high school senior. Richardson said she met Moore at the Gadsden Mall, … Richardson said he then called her when she was in trigonometry class and asked her out on a date. … After their first date, she said, Moore gave her an unsolicited, “forceful” kiss, which prompted her to break off further contact with him.


  • Becky Gray: Claims Moore repeatedly asked her out on dates when she was 22 years old he was 30. “She told the Post that his advances crossed the line from weird flirting to harassment.” “I’d always say no, I’m dating someone, no, I’m in a relationship,” … Gray told the paper Moore was “persistent in a way that made her uncomfortable.” (List of nine excerpted from: A rundown of all the women who’ve accused Roy Moore of sexual misconduct; By Becket Adams; Washington Examiner; 11/16/17 4:10 PM)


Leigh Corfman- Then & Now

Criticizing Leigh Corfman’s account based on a timeline of her accusations. I begin with Corfman going on ABC’s Today Show making the effort to contradict Roy Moore’s denials:


VIDEO: Leigh Corfman on her encounter with Roy Moore at age 14 [1:05 of interview. 9-minute version HERE]


Posted by Guardian News

Published on Nov 20, 2017


The woman who first spoke out to accuse Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 14 said on Monday it took her a long time to get her self-esteem back after she blamed herself for what she says happened. Leigh Corfman was 14 in 1979 when she alleges Moore, then 32, took her to his house, removed most of her clothes, groped her and put her hand on his genitals. He took her back to her home when she told him she was uncomfortable and wanted to leave, but she was emotionally scarred for decades after, she said. Moore denies the allegations.


Roy Moore sexual assault accuser tells of struggle to regain self-esteem.


Corfman’s timeline credibility problem:



Regarding the original court hearing where Corfman says that Moore asker her for her number while Wells went inside the courtroom, the Post reported that it “confirmed that her mother attended a hearing at the courthouse in February 1979 through divorce records.”


A thorough search of court documents finds one court case in February 1979—a case that took place on February 21, 1979.  The Post failed to tell readers that at that February 21, 1979, court case Wells voluntarily gave up custody of Corfman to Corfman’s father, Robert R. Corfman.  The two had been divorced since 1974.  The custody case was amicable and involved a joint petition by both parents.


The Post further did not tell readers that as a result of the joint petition to change custody, the court ordered the 14-year-old Corfman to move to her father’s house starting on March 4, 1979.  Court documents show the father’s address in Ohatchee, and not in Gadsden, where her mother lived and where Corfman says the meetings with Moore took place.


This would mean that from the court hearing on February 21, 1979, until Corfman was ordered to move to her father’s house, Moore would only have had 12 days, including the day of the court hearing, to have repeatedly called Corfman at her mother’s Gadsden house, arrange two meetings, and attempt another. Moore has strenuously denied the accusations.


While that timeline is theoretically possible, the Moore campaign stressed in a press conference today it is unlikely.


…  the February 21, 1979, case was the only court movement to have taken place that month. Breitbart News also could not find another court document from that month in 1979.


The disclosure raises questions about why that twelve-day window was not mentioned in the Post story or by Wells or Corfman in subsequent interviews.  Neither Corfman nor Wells publicly mentioned the change in custody during the critical period where Moore was said to have arranged meetings with Corfman outside her mother’s home.



Breitbart News reviewed the custody and divorce documents in full. The custody arrangement allowed for “reasonable rights of visitation” for Wells, including on alternate weekends and full custody for one week starting on December 24.  However, that one week of custody in December does not fit into the timeline of Moore allegedly arranging meetings days after the February hearing.


There is another detail in the custody documents that raise questions about Corfman’s story.


The Post strongly implied that the alleged encounter with Moore caused Corfman to exhibit reckless behavior in her teenage years.



The Post failed to mention that the very reason for the February 21, 1979, court hearing where Moore allegedly met Corfman was because, according to the court documents, Corfman had exhibited “certain disciplinary and behavioral problems.” In other words, Corfman evidence behavioral problems prior to the alleged encounters with Moore.


Indeed, those stated “disciplinary and behavioral problems” were cited in the joint petition to change custody as the cause for both Wells and Corfman’s father agreeing that Corfman would be better served living with her father.  The parents signed a “consent decree” going along with the change in custody.


Over one year later, on May 5, 1980, which would have been after any alleged encounters with Moore, Wells filed a new petition to take back custody of her daughter. That petition stated that Corfman’s “disciplinary problem has improved greatly.”  The stated change in behavior is important since Corfman’s “disciplinary and behavioral problems” were cited as the reason for the father taking custody.


The improvement in behavior described by Wells seems to conflict with Corfman’s claim to the Post that after the 1979 encounter her “life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.”


The judge apparently agreed with Wells’ assessment of Corfman’s improved behavior and granted Wells custody on October 15, 1980.


… (Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore; By AARON KLEIN; BreitbartBig Government; 11/21/17)


See Also:


Nolte: Shaky Allegations Against Roy Moore Are Not Enough to Disqualify Him; By JOHN NOLTE; BreitbartBig Government; 11/24/17)


Chip Brownlee reporting for Alabama Political Reporter acquiesces to Aaron Klein’s discoveries writing for Breitbart but believes an “11 days” period was ample time for Moore to call on Corfman. You get to decide who is guessing better.


Moore campaign fires back at Leigh Corfman; By Chip Brownlee; Alabama Political Reporter; 11/22/17)


John Nolte notes a very important fact about sixteen-year-old gals in Alabama lost on the MSM and Leftist Dems:


Nevertheless, the age of consent in Alabama is and was 16. That is a decision the people of Alabama have made, which means that even if Moore did seek to date girls as young as 16, there was nothing illegal about it.


More importantly, though, is the fact that 40 years ago in the South, the idea of a 30 year-old man looking for a much younger wife was not at all uncommon. In other words, this behavior was not only legal, it was not a violation of social mores. (Bold Text is this Blog Editor’s)


Ergo any of the allegations made against Moore by alleged 16-year old victims that did not include forced sex or unwanted fondling was a normally accepted social construct 40 years ago.

Wendy Miller- Then & Now

Wendy Miller Accusation: “Claims Moore asked her out on a date when she was 16 years old and he was 32. Her mother said no.” According to Alabama law – SO WHAT!

Debbie Wesson Gibson

Debbie Wesson Gibson Accusation: “Claims she dated Moore for roughly three months in 1981 when she was 17 years old. … She said he kissed her twice during the time they dated. He was 34 at the time.” According to Alabama law – SO WHAT!

Debbie Wesson Gibson

Debbie Wesson GibsonAccusation: “Claims she dated Moore on-and-off again when she was 18 and he was 32 after an initial meeting at the Gadsden Mall in 1979. Deason said their physical relationship never went further than kissing and hugging.” According to Alabama law – SO WHAT!

Beverly Young Nelson- Then & Now

Beverly Young Nelson Accusation: “Claims Moore sexually assaulted her in 1977 when she was 16 years old. (This is dubious Yearbook signature gal with all sorts of contradictions in her story.)


Refuting Nelson:


A man claiming to be the stepson of the woman who accused Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 years-old does not believe any of her allegations are true.


“I don’t believe it,” Darrel Nelson said in a video he posted to Facebook, questioning the accusations leveled against the Alabama GOP Senate candidate by his stepmother, Beverly Young Nelson.



“My stepmother is wrong for what she done,” he said, accusing her of “reading form a script” at the press conference on Monday and that her attorney, Gloria Allred told her what to say.


“I’ve known the woman, she married my father many, many years ago. I’ve known her for a while now, and I truly do not believe that she’s being honest about this,” he said.



He believed that the backlash from his family was worth the trouble if he was able to clear up any false allegations, stating that Moore “has been an outstanding pillar of the community” and is “God-fearing.”


“I don’t believe a word she says, but I do believe he is innocent,” Nelson said.


Click here to read more. (WATCH: Darrel Nelson, Stepson of Roy Moore Accuser, Does Not Believe Allegations Are True; By BCNN1; Black Christian News Network 1; 11/15/17)


VIDEO: Breaking Darrel Nelson Official Statement on Beverly Nelson’s Claims against Judge Roy More [*** Warning: Stepson uses a bit of profanity in talking about stepmother Beverly]


Posted by Cool Hand Luke

Published on Nov 14, 2017


Listen to this NOW! Video from Beverly Nelson step-son! He says #RoyMoore is telling truth but she is lying!


Direct Link to Facebook Video: https://scontent-ort2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t42.1790-29/10000000_540892529595551_7885617095700905984_n.mp4?efg=eyJ2ZW5jb2RlX3RhZyI6InNkIn0%3D&oh=149838a0818e6f0ba67e08e8c9415940&oe=5A0BA24D [Link Expired]


Archived Link to His Page: https://archive.is/9tudF


See Also Charisma News on the issue: https://tinyurl.com/y7785xdv



More possible holes in the most serious sexual misconduct allegations against Judge Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Alabama, began to emerge this week.


VIDEO: Janet Porter MSNBC Roy Moore


Posted by Indiana Liberty

Published on Nov 20, 2017


… Allred, who also represented women alleging still unproven sexual misconduct allegations against President Donald Trump, is refusing to hand over the pivotal yearbook Nelson claims Moore signed. Nelson’s own stepson and a high school boyfriend have already cast doubt on her accusation.


Potential problems emerged in Nelson’s account Monday when Moore’s campaign released a list of seven of what they describe as inconsistencies that “completely bust” the accusation. The release quotes Rhonda Ledbetter, who claims to have worked at Olde Hickory House, where the assault allegedly occurred, for nearly three years surrounding the dates in question.



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.



I came forward because from what I’ve seen, the media is only interested in reporting one side of this story. In fact, Dixon Hayes from WRBC in Birmingham asked for former employees to contact him but never responded when I told him I never saw Roy Moore come into Olde Hickory House during the three years I worked for.


Ledbetter went on to recount what she sees as questionable elements of Nelson’s story, including that she was able to start work at the restaurant at age 15 when Ledbetter recalls a 16-year-old minimum, that Nelson claimed the restaurant closed at 10 p.m., when Ledbetter never recalled it doing so, and the position of the dumpsters as she remembered them making the geometry of the assault impossible as Nelson described it:



Another Olde Hickory House waitress, Renee Schivera, similarly questions Nelson’s account, saying:


was a waitress at the Olde Hickory House during the summer of 1977, before my senior year of high school. When I heard Beverly Nelson’s story the first thing that stuck out to me was that I don’t remember Roy Moore ever coming into the restaurant. I also don’t remember her working there


Finally, Moore’s release quotes Johnny Belyeu Sr., described as “a former police officer with over two decades of experience with the Etowah County Sheriff’s Department and the Gadsden Police Department,” who told the Moore campaign in a statement, “I was a regular customer at Olde Hickory House, and I never once saw Judge Moore come in there. If he had I would have immediately recognized him.” He added, “I also never met Beverly Nelson during any of the many times I frequented the restaurant, and I can’t say that she even worked there.”


(Roy Moore Campaign Claims to ‘Completely Bust’ Accusations as Details Emerge; By IAN MASON; Breitbart; 11/21/7)


Tina Johnson- Then & Now

Tina Johnson Accusations: “Claims Moore groped her in his office in 1991 when she was 28 years old.”


70news quotes AL.com that Johnson said this about Moore butt-grab:


After her mother walked through the door first, she said, Moore came up behind her. It was at that point, she recalled, he grabbed her buttocks.


“He didn’t pinch it; he grabbed it,” said Johnson. She was so surprised she didn’t say anything. She didn’t tell her mother.


She said she told her sister years later how Moore had made her feel uncomfortable during that meeting. Her sister told AL.com she remembers the conversation. (Bold text is Editor’s)


Take note that Johnson told AL.com that “She didn’t tell her mother.” Listen to what Johnson tells CNN’s Ellen Burkett at about the 2:12 mark about her mother:


VIDEO: Tina Johnson share details of an alleged incident with Roy Moore


Posted by USA News

Published on Nov 19, 2017


Tina Johnson share details of an alleged incident with Roy Moore


Notice that Tina Johnson told Burkett her mother was flattered Moore “flirted” with her daughter and went home and told everybody. This indicates Mom didn’t a flirtation as unwanted sexual harassment. This is the case even though the entire Burkett interview is a display of unwanted sexual groping. SOMETHING IS OFF with Tina Johnson.



A criminal record adds to the lack of veracity of Johnson’s accusation:


But most of the doubt on the claim against Johnson comes from her past.


Before the alleged situation with Moore, Johnson had been arrested for writing bad checks, and for third degree theft.


The reports show that she had stolen from her own family.


… (The Secret A Roy Moore Accuser Is Praying Never Gets Revealed; American Patriot Daily; [perhaps] 11/25/17)

Kelly Harrison Thorp

Kelly Harrison Thorp Accusation: “Claims Moore asked her out in 1982 when she was a 17-year-old waitress at Red Lobster.” According to Alabama law – SO WHAT!

Gena Richardson- Then & Now

Gena Richardson Accusation: “Claims Moore pursued her relentlessly in 1977 when she was an 18-year-old high school senior. Richardson said she met Moore at the Gadsden Mall, … After their first date, she said, Moore gave her an unsolicited, “forceful” kiss, which prompted her to break off further contact with him.” The date part as noted earlier by John Nolte, the age of consent in Alabama 40 years ago and now is age 16. AND the social mores 40 years ago were a common instance of older men seeking matrimony of younger even teen age girls. So the question about “unsolicited” is: Does that mean Richardson was expecting simple smooch on the lips that turned to tongue? OR did Moore whip his hands around Richardson’s head unexpectedly and force his tongue down her throat? The first instance is an oops of communication, the latter instance is actual force and sexual misconduct. That boils down to he said/she said and each person’s perception.

Becky Gray- Then & Now

Becky Gray Accusations: ‘Claims Moore repeatedly asked her out on dates when she was 22 years old he was 30. “She told the Post that his advances crossed the line from weird flirting to harassment.” “I’d always say no, I’m dating someone, no, I’m in a relationship,”’


The rumor Roy Moore was banned from the mall in Gadsden, Alabama comes from Becky Gray because she was employed at the Pizitz department store in the Gadsen [sic] Mall in 1977. Gray’s account:


An Alabama woman who has accused Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually harassing her in the late 1970s said he was banned from the mall where she worked after she complained about his repeated, unwanted advances toward her.


“I went to my manager and talked to him about it and asked him, basically, what could be done,” Becky Gray told ABC News late Wednesday night. “Later on, he…came back through my department and told me that [Moore] had been banned from the mall.” (Roy Moore accuser: I got him banned from the mall; By CHRIS FRANCESCANI; ABC News; 11/16/17 12:16 PM ET)


The verifiable truth from AL.com:


The three statements from former mall employees quoted in the Moore press release:


  • “In my 26 years working at Gadsden Mall, I never heard anything about Roy Moore being banned from the mall or any other mention of issues concerning him. As the Operations Manager overseeing Mall Security, I would have been aware of something like that.” – Johnny Adams, employed by the Gadsden Mall for 26 years and was the Operations Manager for 14 years, overseeing mall security.


  • “As an employee of the Gadsden Mall for Morrison’s Cafeteria Corporation from the late 1970’s through the mid-2000’s, I would like to put forth a statement in regards to the allegations against Judge Roy Moore. During my time at the Gadsden Mall, I formed many lifelong relationships including one with Barnes Boyle and his wife, Brenda. Barnes Boyle was manager of the Gadsden Mall and Brenda was my manager at Morrison’s Cafeteria for many years. Because of this relationship, I was abreast on the latest situations that happened throughout the Gadsden Mall during that time period. There was a prominent man of Etowah County, whom is now deceased that was banned for reasons such as the allegations against Judge Moore. However, due to respect for the family, I decline to reveal his name. Despite allegations against other patrons of the mall, I never heard of Roy Moore’s name come in conversation with any such misconduct against women or a supposed banning from the Gadsden Mall.” – Johnnie V. Sanders, employee of Gadsden Mall from late 70’s to mid-2000’s.


  • “We did have written reports and things. To my knowledge, he {Moore} was not banned from the mall.” – Barnes Boyle, Former Manager of the Gadsden Mall (1981-1986).


Said Doster in the statement, “The people of Alabama are tired of false accusations and one-sided reporting from the liberal media. “Truth matters or it doesn’t and the Moore campaign will deliver the truth about the character of Judge Roy Moore to affirm what the people of Alabama are already convinced of.” (Roy Moore campaign disputes reports he was banned from mall; By Paul Gattis; AL.com; 11/20/17)


Did Moore sexually harass Becky Gray? Since Moore was never banned from the Gadsden Mall, I have some suspicions her claims are at best exaggerated or at worst a downright Dem coached lie.


The most egregious thing Roy Moore in his thirties had male hormones for teenagers of the legal age of consent in Alabama. Leigh Corfman is the ONLY accuser that was underage according to Alabama law and her story is tainted in her timeline and for being troubled teen too hard to handle by her mom. Hard enough to transfer custody to Corfman’s father – the mother’s ex-husband – for a more disciplined hand which apparently worked out long after Corfman’s accusations against Roy Moore.


If anyone can actually find verifiable evidence sexual harassment or assault from forty years ago, I say fry Roy Moore so he can never serve in any form of Public Office again. Nothing verifiable? Then dear God, it’s the American Left (MSM and Dems) trying to keep a Conservative out of the Senate. The latter is what I currently believe. If you are a Conservative residing in Alabama, ignore the unverifiable and elect Roy Moore as your next Senator.


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Accusers or Leftist Pawns?

John R. Houk

© November 10, 2017


Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore is being accused of sexual impropriety from four teen girls ranging from 14 to 18. The most egregious accusation comes from the 14 year old who say she disrobed and Moore was handsy with her. WHEN? Nearly 40 years ago.


The accusers: Leigh Corfman-14-left, right, from top, Wendy Miller-16, Debbie Wesson Gibson-17, Gloria Thacker Deason-18 (WaPo Photo)


I am with the Leftists smelling political blood that an impugned reputation may score them a new Dem Senator; i.e. if Roy Moore did what he was accused of, he should withdraw from the Senate race. Even Republicans are believing the allegations reported by the Washington Post are legitimately saying if true, Moore must step down.


Here’s the thing for me. The Washington Post and the NY Times are a part of the Lame Stream Media that reported on the discredited Fusion GPS Trump Dossier as fact implying the elected President should be impeached also they have pushed the lying dirt that the President colluded with the Russians to manipulate the election for a Trump victory on November 2016 – ALSO a lie.


On the other hand, there is now a huge amount of suggestive data that Crooked Hillary, her husband Slick Willie, the Democratic National Committee and probably Barrack Hussein Obama were involved with the Russians to manipulate the election for a Dem victory.


With WaPo’s reputation as a Leftist propaganda mouthpiece, I want to read about actual physical proof connecting Roy Moore to the allegations before I throw him under the bus. AND YOU SHOULD TOO!


Unsurprisingly the majority of the Mainstream Media are currently in crucify mode trying to edge out the GOP in the Senate. I think you can tell who the GOP Establishment is by those who are demanding Roy Moore walk away just for the scent of scandal. It might even be the same Establishment folks openly withstanding the Trump agenda to make America Great Again.


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November 9, 2017



Judge Roy Moore


Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore charged Thursday the Washington Post launched a “completely false” and “desperate” political attack on him with its report featuring a woman’s allegation he engaged in sex acts with her when she was a 14-year-old, nearly four decades ago.


Moore is the Republican nominee in a special election Dec. 12 for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, who left to become U.S. attorney general.


The Post, which endorsed Moore’s Democratic opponent, cited statements from four women, including one who claimed she went on several dates with Moore when she was 18, another who dated him when she was 17, and a third who said he asked her to go on dates when she was 16, but her mother wouldn’t allow it.


The timeframe would have been when Moore was in his early 30s.


Breitbart News, which previously reported the Post was preparing the story published Thursday, said the only serious claim is from a woman who said he kissed her on a first date and on a second removed her clothes when she was 14.


“She says he guided her hand to touch his penis over his underwear,” Breitbart reported.


Moore, in a statement delivered to WND, denied the claims.


What do YOU think? Sound off on Roy Moore sex allegation


“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.


Breitbart pointed out that the Post is owned by Nash Holdings, which belongs to Amazon founder and “open borders champion Jeff Bezos.”


“The newspaper formally endorsed Moore’s Democratic opponent Doug Jones in the Senate race,” Breitbart reported.


Moore’s campaign pointed out, “Judge Roy Moore has endured the most outlandish attacks on any candidate in the modern political arena, but this takes the cake.”


“The Washington Post has already endorsed the Judge’s opponent, and for months, they have engaged in a systematic campaign to distort the truth about the judge’s record and career and derail his campaign. In fact, just two days ago, the Foundation for Moral Law sent a retraction demand to the Post for the false stories they wrote about the judge’s work and compensation. But apparently, there is no end to what the Post will allege.”


The campaign statement continued: “The judge has been married to Kayla for nearly 33 years, has 4 children, and 5 grandchildren. The judge has been a candidate in four hotly contested statewide political contests, twice as a gubernatorial candidate and twice as a candidate for chief justice. He has been a three-time candidate for local office, and he has been a national figure in two ground-breaking, judicial fights over religious liberty and traditional marriage. After over 40 years of public service, if any of these allegations were true, they surely would have been made public long before now.”


The campaign said the move by the Post was “no surprise,” since Moore is “winning with a double-digit lead.”


“With just over 4 weeks remaining, in a race for the U.S. Senate with national implications, that the Democrat Party and the country’s most liberal newspaper would come up with a fabrication of this kind” was expected.


“This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation,” the campaign said.


The Post reported “inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls 34 years ago.”


But the details show allegations of inappropriate behavior with only one, unless dating a teen is classified as inappropriate.


Breitbart said the reporting centers “on on-the-record interviews with four women who claimed that when they were teenagers and Moore was in his 30s, he attempted to court them or that he dated them. One claims that he engaged in sexual conduct while she was below the age of consent.”


Only last month, another Washington Post report on Moore apparently misfired.


The newspaper accused Moore of not reporting or paying taxes on compensation to which he was entitled but did not receive.


The Foundation for Moral Law, which was paying Moore as its president for the years at issue, said in a statement that all transactions and arrangements were reported fully to the IRS. The foundation then charged the reporters essentially were working on a political hit.


“For the Washington Post to state that Judge Moore secretly ‘collected’ monies he never received or that the Foundation failed to properly report its indebtedness to the IRS is false,” a statement from the foundation charged. “Furthermore, the reporters responsible for the false and misleading articles on the foundation and Judge Moore have written 20 stories, jointly, since last year, 17 of which have been direct attacks on our president and conservative principles.


“Their agenda-driven bias is reflected in the articles on Judge Moore.”


The Post article stated “the promised back pay ‘was not reported to IRS as income.’”


But the foundation’s tax filings for 2011 and 2012 did report the obligation owed to Moore.


“Furthermore, everyone knows that you don’t pay taxes on money you didn’t receive,” the statement said.


“The Washington Post is trying to deceive the public as to wrongdoing that simply does not exist.”


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If the Post was attacking Moore as the foundation described, it was the second such political attack on Moore that went awry.


WND reported last month NBC News anchor and political director Chuck Todd claimed that Moore, long known for his conservative values and strict originalist interpretation of the Constitution, “doesn’t appear to believe in the Constitution as it’s written.”


Todd played a brief clip of the former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice stating: “Our rights don’t come from government, they don’t come from the Bill of Rights. They come from Almighty God.”


Todd commented: “Roy Moore, where the phrase ‘Christian conservative’ doesn’t even begin to describe him, could very well be your next senator. If you don’t understand just how freaked out some folks in the GOP and the White House are, then you don’t know Roy Moore. First off, he doesn’t appear to believe in the Constitution as it’s written.”


[Blog Editor: WND has embedded a MSNBC clip of Chuck Todd condemning Roy Moore for the belief that unalienable Rights come from God more than the Constitution – I suspect Todd of edit manipulation to make Moore look anti-Constitution and – GASP! – believe in God as the Creator. Below is a Youtube version of what WND embedded]


VIDEO: Chuck Todd: Roy Moore ‘Doesn’t Believe In The Constitution’ Because He Thinks Rights Come From God


Posted by Alexander Griswold

Published on Sep 27, 2017


The Post reported that several advisers it consulted said taxes may have been due on planned payments to Moore even though they were not made, but it would take an IRS ruling to determine that for a fact.


The dispute is about Moore’s work for the Foundation for Moral Law between his stints at chief justice of Alabama’s Supreme Court.


He was given a note regarding about $500,000 in “back pay, the Post reported, because the charity did not pay his full salary for a number of years.”


“Five tax law and accounting specialists said it appears the guaranteed payment should have been reported as compensation, a disclosure that would have triggered a federal tax bill of more than $100,000,” the Post said.


The foundation statement, released Friday by attorney John Eidsmore, was from Judge John Bentley, a board member, to “set the record straight.”


First Moore worked from 2004 to 2007 without “any” salary, he said. Then his salary was set at $180,000, but he wasn’t generally paid that, with his average from 2007 to 2012 about $85,000.


In 2011, an agreement was reached that acknowledged the shortfall and secured it with a promissory note and second mortgage on the foundation’s building.


“That document was filed as a public record in Montgomery and thus was not an ‘undisclosed deal’ as stated in the Washington Post headline. The arrearage was also reported in the foundation’s federal tax filing. To this date, that note and mortgage remain unpaid,” the statement said.


Payments stopped when Moore returned to the court bench in 2013.

Moore – whose opponent in the December election, Democrat Doug Jones, said one of his highest priorities is absolute affirmation of abortion – defeated Sen. Luther Strange, the primary candidate handpicked for the nomination by Washington’s GOP establishment.


Twice elected chief justice of Alabama and twice removed for refusing to follow federal court orders on the Ten Commandments and same-sex marriage, Moore defeated Strange by roughly 10 percentage points. Strange was appointed to the seat earlier this year by disgraced former Gov. Robert Bentley following the confirmation of former Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general.


Not only did Moore win easily, he overcame millions of dollars in attack ads from the Senate Leadership Fund, which is closely aligned with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Moore also won despite President Trump’s active support for Strange.


WND commentator Michael Brown said the election victory “sends a message to the GOP establishment from fed-up Republicans across the country: ‘We’ve had it with your compromising and your political games. We’ve had it with career politicians in general. You represent what we reject. You represent one of the major reasons we voted for Donald Trump. Your time in D.C. is over.’”


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