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BREAKING: NOT ONE Alabama Voter Believes WaPo Allegations Against Moore, Here’s SOLID PROOF


The left-stream media has a serious credibility problem, and it’s only going to get worse after the seemingly falsified allegations about Judge Roy Moore just three weeks before the Alabama special election.

On Thursday, a bombshell report dropped from the Washington Compost naming four women accusing Moore of sexual misconduct…38 years ago. For reasons unknown, the women allegedly stayed quiet about the supposed misconduct, but all just happened to come forward at the same time right before a must-win election for the Democrats, which is causing serious suspicion among Alabama’s voters.

According to Breitbart News, local ABC affiliate in Birmingham, WBMA 33/40, sent political reporter Lauren Walsh out to gauge the reaction from the people who will be decided the replacement for Attorney General Jeff Sessions. What she discovered is going to drive those hoping for Moore’s defeat up a wall – nobody believes the Washington Post story.

In fact, Walsh walked around all afternoon looking for someone, anyone, who’s changing their vote due to the seemingly bogus allegations, and she seriously couldn’t find a single person that was shaken by the story.

From Breitbart:

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.

Better yet, Walsh was in a county that Moore’s primary opponent, Luther Strange, carried I the runoff to determine the GOP candidate, and they still don’t believe the accusations against Moore. That says a lot about just how little Americans trust the left-stream media these days.

Then again, the Washington Post’s hit piece is already starting to unravel before it even gains any serious momentum. We reported yesterday that the reporter behind the story has a history of fraud and dishonesty, and now we’re learning more about those accusing the former Alabama Supreme Court Judge.

As it turns out, Deborah Wesson Gibson, one of the women who claims to have had relations with Moore when she was 17, is a Democrat activist, having worked on the campaigns of both Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton as a sign language interpreter, and she’s also a volunteer for Moore’s opponent, Newsmax reporter James Hirsen reported.

“The Washington Post failed to disclose that one of Moore’s accusers was a sign language interpreter for Joe Biden and is a volunteer for Moore’s Democrat opponent.”

Ever since the story broke, Gibson has been feverishly deleting Facebook posts critical of Republicans and the President, ostensibly to cover up the fact she’s a proud “resister.” Additionally, we’ve learned that the woman at the center of the controversy, Leigh Corfman, who accused Moore of inappropriately touching her when she was 14, has a sordid past of her own, and apparently has serious financial troubles, which makes her ripe to be paid off to make slanderous claims.

Speaking of which, there’s also reports circulating that a woman secretly recorded a reporter named “Beth” who was offering thousands of dollars to anyone who would come forward and make phony accusations against the candidate.

Apparently, the voters in Alabama have good reason not to believe the Washington Compost’s story. But then again, the liberal media has become nothing more than the propaganda arm of the Democrat Party, so anybody with half of a brain can see right through them, which is why it enjoys approval ratings nearly as low as those of Congress, and that’s nothing to be proud of.

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