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BOMBSHELL: WaPo Reporter ‘CONVINCED’ Roy Moore Accuser To GO PUBLIC


The mother of Roy Moore’s accuser is spilling the beans about her daughter, and her confessions are undermining the credibility of her daughter’s claims.

Speaking to Breitbart News reporter Aaron Klein, the mother of Leigh Corfman said that if it weren’t for the pressure from the Washington Compost reporters looking to do a hit piece on Moore, her daughter wouldn’t have ever said anything to begin with. The shocking revelation came in the same interview in which 71-year-old Nancy Wells refuted an important point in Corfman’s story about the alleged misconduct, and further erodes the credibility of the woman seemingly trying to derail Moore’s Senate bid.

Breitbart reported:

Corfman’s mother, Wells, told Breitbart News that reporters for the Washington Post convinced her daughter to give them an interview.

“She did not go to them,” said Wells. “They called her.”

“They tried to convince her to do it?” this reporter asked.

“Yes,” replied Wells, matter-of-factly.

Wells was asked about Corfman’s motivations for going public. “It wasn’t done for politics, you know,” Wells replied.  “It was done for personal reasons. And it wouldn’t have been done if the reporters hadn’t contacted my daughter.”

Asked about the timing of The Post interview and why 38 years after the alleged incident her daughter decided to speak out weeks before the election, Wells replied: “She was contacted by the reporter. That’s why.”

Wells comments seem to indicate activist behavior on the part of the Washington Post reporters.

Indeed, they do. In the Washington Compost story, reporters stated that they were reporting a story in Alabama when they randomly, and conveniently, heard about Moore had sought out relationships with young girls, so they decided to pursue the leads.

We previously reported that a reporter was secretly recorded offering women in Alabama $1,000 to sling accusations against Moore. While the report has yet to be verified, it seems even more likely in the aftermath of Wells’s confession.

“A family friend who lives in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offered her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore????”

“She has a pic of the woman named Beth and taped the conversation on her phone.I told her to take it to the DA,s office but be sure to keep a copy.”

“You might advise your friend w the tape to contact the Moore team directly as well. Somehow I’m not sure the Co DA’s office is out of reach of the establishment’s particular brand of corruption”

Apparently, the woman is in contact with authorities, but with all of the scandalous stories going around about the FBI, she’ll only work with her local district attorney out of fears her recording will suddenly vanish.

Miraculously, even though the four women didn’t know one another, the Post claims to have discovered each of them through interviewing the other. Coincidentally, the Post also stated that the women were reluctant to come forward, but decided to do so because “they thought it was important for people to know about their interactions with Moore” – an all too familiar story when it comes to this kind of thing.

Further eroding the credibility of the accusations from Corfman is the fact she can’t even get her story straight, according to her own mother. Corfman told the Post reporters that Moore called her on the phone in her bedroom 38 years ago, but her mother said that no such phone ever existed, Breitbart reported.

Given that the entire Post story heavily relies on Corfman’s memory and her ability to recall events from years ago, one has to wonder what other important details she’s either remembering incorrectly or fabricating to make the story more salacious.

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