Tuesday, December 5, 2017



We are sorry the pictures accompanying this article would not reproduce here. The original is linked at the DRUDGE REPORT. At any rate we are very much interested in how this article impresses YOU after you've read it THOROUGHLY.

The Washington Post

Woman Shares New Evidence of Relationship with Roy Moore When She Was 17



December 4 at 4:58 PM


Delray Beach, Fla. — Debbie Wesson Gibson was in her attic hauling out boxes of Christmas decorations last week when she noticed a storage bin she said she had forgotten about. Inside was a scrapbook from her senior year of high school, and taped to a page titled “Those Who Inspire” was a graduation card.
“Happy graduation Debbie,” it read in slanted cursive handwriting. “I wanted to give you this card myself. I know that you’ll be a success in anything you do. Roy.”

The inscription, Gibson said, was written by Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican nominee for U.S. Senate who in recent days has repeatedly denied the accounts of five women who told The Washington Post that he pursued them when they were teenagers and he was an assistant district attorney in his 30s. Since those allegations were published last month, four more women have come forward to allege that Moore made unwanted sexual advances. 

The accounts in The Post included those of Leigh Corfman, who said she was 14 when Moore touched her sexually, and Gibson, who said that she publicly dated Moore when she was 17 and he was 34, a relationship she said she “wore like a badge of honor” until she began reevaluating it in light of the accounts of other women, and now, Moore’s own denials.

Shortly after the allegations first surfaced, Moore said in a radio interview with Sean Hannity that he did not know Corfman, but that he remembered Gibson as well as Gloria Thacker Deason, who had told The Post that she dated Moore when she was 18. He called each one “a good girl,” and said that he did not remember dating them.

But at two campaign events in recent days, Moore has backtracked.

At a Nov. 27 campaign event in the north Alabama town of Henagar, Moore said, “The allegations are completely false. They are malicious. Specifically, I do not know any of these women.”

At a Nov. 29 rally at a church in the south Alabama town of Theodore, Moore said, “Let me state once again: I do not know any of these women, did not date any of these women and have not engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone.”

Gibson said that after finding the scrapbook, she was not sure whether to make it public given the threats she received after publication of the original story. Then she heard what Moore said last week, she said, and contacted The Post.


“He called me a liar,” said Gibson, who says she not only openly dated Moore when she was 17 but later joined him in passing out fliers during his campaign for circuit court judge in 1982 and exchanged Christmas cards with him over the years. “Roy Moore made an egregious mistake to attack that one thing — my integrity.”


A photo of Debbie Wesson Gibson when she was a high school senior, as seen in a scrapbook she kept during her senior year at Etowah High School. (Jon Gerberg/The Washington Post)


The Moore campaign did not respond to numerous requests for comment for this story.

Two of the other women named in The Post article have also pushed back in recent days against Moore.

In an open letter to Moore published on the Alabama news site Al.com after Moore’s Nov. 27 speech, Corfman wrote that “I am done being silent.”

“You sent out your spokesman to call me a liar. Day after day. Finally, last night, you did the dirty work yourself . . .” she wrote. “What you did to me when I was 14-years old should be revolting to every person of good morals. But now you are attacking my honesty and integrity. Where does your immorality end?”

In a statement to The Post after Moore’s Nov. 29 speech, Paula Cobia, a lawyer for Deason, recounted Deason’s vivid memories of dating Moore, from specific restaurants she says they frequented, to the velvet-collared dress Deason says she wore when she says Moore took her to a social function at a Ramada Inn.


“No matter what lies Roy Moore may choose to tell now,” Cobia said, “the truth was the first thing out of his mouth when it came to remembering Gloria.”

Gibson, 54, now lives in Delray Beach, Fla., is a registered Republican, and is the founder of a company that provides sign language interpretation. 

Though she said the bulk of her work is in educational, medical and legal settings, her clients have included Democrats such as Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, and Republicans such as the mayor of Miami. She said that despite requests from dozens of media outlets, she had “very carefully said absolutely nothing” after her account was first published in The Post due to a barrage of threatening hate mail she received, prompting her to notify her local police department. She and the other women have been accused by Moore’s surrogates of lying, or being paid to spread false stories, or being part of a larger political conspiracy to defeat Moore.


Debbie Wesson Gibson shows what she says is a graduation card from Roy Moore. She says he handed it to her during her high school graduation ceremony in 1981. Underneath is Gibson’s own note about what Moore meant to her at the time. (Jon Gerberg/The Washington Post)


Then she found the scrapbook and the graduation card with the slanted, cursive handwriting, which she said immediately reminded her of another woman, Beverly Young Nelson, who had come forward after the Post story was published. In an emotional news conference with the attorney Gloria Allred, Nelson accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16, and produced what she said was her high school yearbook with an inscription to her from Moore.
  

“I just couldn’t imagine him doing something like that,” Gibson said. “And then when I saw the interview from Beverly, and I saw his handwriting in her yearbook, my heart just sank. And when I saw what I knew to be Roy Moore’s handwriting, I just began to sob openly.”


Beverly Young Nelson shows her high school yearbook, and an inscription she says was written by Roy Moore, at a news conference on Nov. 13. (Richard Drew /AP)



Mark Songer, a former FBI forensic examiner now with the firm Robson Forensic, examined an image of the graduation card at The Post’s request and said that it “appears to be naturally prepared.” Songer also compared an image of the yearbook inscription to the image of the graduation card and said that “the style of writing, as well as certain letter features, appear to be similar.” He stressed the need for a full and comprehensive handwriting examination to arrive at a final conclusion.

Gibson said she remembers Moore handing the card to her at the Etowah High School graduation ceremony in Attalla, Ala., where Gibson grew up about 10 miles from Moore’s home. She remembers reading the inscription and writing below it: “Roy Moore inspires me because he is such a successful man himself. Also, he is about the only person I know of who seriously believes in me. I appreciate that. He’s got to be one of the nicest people I know.”

As she flipped through the scrapbook last week, Gibson said, she realized it contained other indications of her relationship with Moore, which she says began in March 1981, after he came to speak to her high school civics class.

On a page titled “commencement,” under “My own guests,” she had written “Roy S. Moore,” just above “mom” and “dad.”

On a page titled “remembrances,” she had listed her graduation gifts line by line, including “$10, card” from “Roy S. Moore,” and a check mark indicating she had sent a thank-you card.


Debbie Wesson Gibson points to an entry in her high school scrapbook, where she noted what she says was her first date with Roy Moore. (Jon Gerberg/The Washington Post)



On a page titled “the best times,” she had written: “Wednesday night, 3-4-81. Roy S. Moore and I went out for the first time. We went out to eat at Catfish Cabin in Albertville. I had a great time.” She had underlined “great” twice.

The scrapbook also contained a photo of Gibson as a high school senior, and when she saw it, she said, she thought to herself, “That’s the age I was when I dated Roy Moore, because my braces were off.”

As Gibson previously told The Post, she said that she and Moore dated for a couple of months. She said he kissed her by the swimming pool concession stand at a local country club, that he played his guitar and read his own poetry to her, and that things ended when she went off to college in another part of Alabama, though they still kept in touch.

She said she helped Moore when he was campaigning for circuit court judge in 1982, and remembers tucking fliers under windshield wipers at the Kmart parking lot.

She said that when she became engaged, Moore insisted on meeting her fiance to make sure he was “good enough for me.” She said when Moore was first appointed as a circuit court judge in 1992, she sent him a gavel engraved with his name and a congratulatory note, and that her family and his exchanged Christmas cards some years.

She said that she held Moore “in high esteem,” despite political differences with him, until she began hearing stories from other women who alleged that Moore pursued them as teenagers. She said that at first she did not want to believe the women.

“It takes what I thought was a very lovely part of my past, and it colors it, and it changes it irrevocably,” she said. “It changes it permanently.”

What made her decision to share the documents easier, she said, was watching and re-watching a video she has on her cellphone of Moore speaking last week and deciding that supporting the women who have come forward was more important than staying silent.

“At 34 minutes and 56 seconds into the video, he says, unequivocally, I did not know any of them,” Gibson said. “In that moment, it changed my perspective. I knew he was a liar.”

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WE DONT WANT THAT HERE.

53 comments:

  1. For what it's worth, HERE is a direct link to the WaPo article.

    You mentioned the pictures accompanying this article. Are you referring to the images in the video or the photos embedded in the article itself?

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    1. Thank you, AOW! That should be a great help. There is never any hope of transferrring a video directly from an article –– at least not that I know of. I can only do that if it's been posted at YouTube.

      The still pictures, however, show pretty clear copies of the "documents' in question.

      [I did the usual thing of pulling them out of the article onto the desktop and relabelling them, but for some reason THIS TIME they wouldn't transfer to my blog.]

      I think, IF anyone bothers to read the ENTIRE article, he could not help but inderstand that the relationship the seventeen-year-old Debbie Wesson had with Roy Moore –– whatever it may, or may not, have been –– thoroughly delighted her at the time, and was certainly approved by her parents.

      Judge Moore may be a snaggle-toothed old buzzard now, but forty uears ago he was an attractive young, highly successful man, and might well have been considered a prize "catch" for ANY post-pubescent woman.

      This idea that mature men in their early thirties could have no legitimate interest in teenaged girls –– and vice versa –– is absolute nonense.

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    2. More of thwarting technology! Grrrrr.

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    3. TECHNOLOFY!

      Can't ive with it, can't live without it.

      Grrrrrrrrrrrrr! INDEED!

      };^)>

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  2. I note that, in the WaPo article, Debbie Wesson Gibson and some others make the point that Moore signed cards and yearbooks.

    Recently, I have become personally concerned about some things that I wrote on graduation cards and in students' yearbooks over the past 43 years.

    Could what I said now be completely misinterpreted?

    YES! Particularly if I were running for political office.

    Not that I'd ever run for political office. Slimeballs for the most part.

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    1. I believe we are entering an age of NEO-PURITANISM that has arisen to aid and abet leftist political agendas dreamt up and pushed forward by the feminazis.

      The original Puritans were highly superstitious –– ike most people in earlier centuries –– and this made it possible for them to be subject to hideous delusions that led to dreadful things like the Salem Witch trials.

      The Left CREATED the SEXUAL REVOLUTION. The licentiousness this has spawned is now coming back to bite us in the butt.

      ERGO, we are –– I believe –– experiencing a REACTION FORMATION to the ultra-permissive mental climate that emerged in the SICK-sties.

      The famous Pendulum is swinging back. The trouble now is that too many of us after having succumbed to the Siren Song of Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n Roll, are now hogtied and trapped in Poe's PIT. Swish! Swish! Swish!

      What has been done to Roy Moore should strike terror into the hearts of ALL of us, because any ONE of us who dares rise to prominence and tries to assume a leadership position at ANY level is now FAIR GAME for any woud-be attacker who trumps up charges that can neither be proven nor disproven.

      Trial and automatic Condemnation purely on the strength of Accusation and Innuendo is as fearsome an adversary as any ever before devised by Satan.

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    2. Even worse that the Puritans because the goal of this nro-Puritanism is to destroy (as opposed to reform of the offenders' deeds).

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    3. I know what you're saying, but we have to admit that the original Puritans were grim, tight-lipped, hyper-judgmental, subject to ungodly supersition, and generally oppressive ti the Human Spirit.

      The hideous events that took place in late-seventeenth-century Salem are proof of that. But I admit I have been heavily influenced by the story of Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimsdale –– and the plight of old Hephzibah Pyncheon too.

      Shirley Jackson's horror story The Lottery, which was not specifially about Puritanism, but more the general human capacity for people, even in small, close-knit communites to victimize each on the basis of totally irrational beliefs,

      Once again my old friend Emily comes to the rescue:

      Much Madness is divinest Sense ––
      To a discerning Eye ––
      Much Sense ––- the starkest Madness ––
      ’Tis the Majority
      In this, as all, prevail ––
      Assent –– and you are sane ––
      Demur –– you’re straightway dangerous ––
      And handled with a Chain ––


      ~ Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)


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    4. Interesting that you mentioned Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" (commentary dated 2010 -- emphasis mine because it indicates Ms. Jackson's own purpose in writing the story):

      Sixty two years ago today, June 26th 1948, the New Yorker magazine published a short story written by Shirley Jackson titled “The Lottery”. You have probably read the story as it is a fixture in secondary school English literature curricula. The story describes the ritual stoning to death for perceived spiritual benefits a randomly chosen individual in a bucolic American small town. The individual is a mother, a neighbor, a wife, and a person just like the stone throwers. The stoning is both inconceivable and all too believable. At a time when the horrors of the Holocaust were fresh and raw a 32 year old writer from San Francisco would illuminate a particularly banal brutality in her fiction.

      The story was generally met with distaste. The Union of South Africa banned the story (She “was always proud that the Union of South Africa banned 'The Lottery,' and she felt that they at least understood the story" – Stanley Hyman about his wife Shirley Jackson). She received many letters that she was afraid to open. A large number of them “wanted to know was where these lotteries were held, and whether they could go there and watch” (Shirley Jackson).


      I don't quite know what to make of that portion which I highlighted in bold font, but it doesn't seem primarily religion-related or superstition-related. Race-related?

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    5. I see the hideous events that took place in late-seventeenth-century Salem a bit differently than you, FT. My view: the ever-dehumanizing quest for power, and that quest is not bounded by religion only. In some respects, the Puritan society was extremely anti-diversity. Look what happened to Roger Williams (the founder of Providence, Rhode Island -- not the pianist **wink**); he was run right out of town.

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    1. YES! If that stinking piece of filth Gerge Soros is FOR it, those of us who care anything at all about the future of OUR country MUST be AGAINST it.

      SOROS is one of SATAN'S OWN.

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  4. One slim, pale ray of sunshine:

    Late Breaking News!

    Friends say Congressman Conyers Will Step Down Today (NYT)

    Announcement planned for Detroit radio show later today.


    FINE! But what about "Senator" ALL FRANKEN?

    HEY! HEY! HEY! HO HEAVE HO!
    SENATOR FRANKEN"S GOT TO GO!

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    1. Conyers is NOT STEPPING DOWN!
      He just said that he will not run again when his term is up.

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    2. The Town Crier said


      Rep. Conyers: ‘I’m Retiring Today’

      Detroit News [MI]

      by Jonathan Oosting & Melissa Nann Burke

      Embattled U.S. Rep. John Conyers, the longest-serving member of Congress, will retire, rather than seek re-election amid allegations that he sexually harassed staffers, he said Tuesday ...

      “My legacy can’t be compromised or diminished in anyway by what we’re going through now. This too shall pass. My legacy will continue through my children,” Conyers said. “...I’m retiring today.”

      He endorsed his son, John Conyers III, to succeed him in Congress. Conyers made the announcement from a hospital bed. The 88-year-old dean of the U.S. House has repeatedly denied claims he mistreated staffers, but calls for his departure intensified last week ...

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    3. Loretta Grinch said


      Rep. John Conyers Announces Retirement, Endorses Son to Run for Seat

      by EMILY TILLETT - See BS NEWS

      December 5, 2017,

      Embattled Rep. John Conyers, D-Michigan, has announced Tuesday that he is retiring and has endorsed his son, John Conyers III to run for his seat. Conyers' lawyer confirmed that the retirement is effective immediately ...

      While Conyers maintains he would be retiring immediately, CBS News' Steve Chaggaris reports that Conyers' resignation from the House will trigger a special election to replace him to be called by the governor, per Michigan law. That will take place as soon as the Michigan governor's office receives his letter of resignation.

      The news comes after Conyers' great-nephew, 29-year old Michigan state Senator Ian Conyers, told CBS News' Jonathan Blakely he would be running for the elder Conyers' seat. ...

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    4. Dolley Dotard said

      THERE! That ought to put that silly non-issue to bed once and for all.

      Face it. That lecherous old darkie is KAPUT. And I say GOOD RIDDANCE to BAD RUBBISH.

      Now they've got to go after that asinine FJB who stole the senate seat from Norm Coleman in Minnesota. If they don't get rfid of that ridiculous piece of trash, they'll look just like the hypocrites they really are.

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  5. MizzGritz said

    Drudge has an article about another 17 year old ... out today. She also dug up her class year book that has his signature in it and some other comments.

    There was nothing incriminating in any of that, but her upset is over the fact that he has said he doesn’t know any of those women, her included.

    Who remembers someone you may have gone out with a few times over a couple of months ... and that 40 years ago. I don’t remember half the people in my year book, and I went to school with them!

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  6. Loretta Grinch said

    The Democrats’ Dangerous
    Obsession With Impeachment


    New Republic, by Jeet Heer

    Amid a stream of revelations, arrests, and plea bargains from Robert Mueller’s investigation of Donald Trump campaign’s connections with Russia, liberals are becoming giddy at the prospect of impeaching the president. “Can Democrats finally start talking about impeachment, Nancy Pelosi?” Errol Louis asked in a column for CNN, referring to the House minority leader. On The View, Joy Behar bubbled with delight when she was handed the news, now revealed to be inaccurate, that former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was willing to testify that then-candidate Trump had instructed him to make contact with the Russians. _ _ _

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  7. Andre Bashar Blabbermouth saidAlabama Women, Say No to Roy Moore

    Wall Street Journal,

    by Peggy Noonan

    Alabama has its back up, or at least its Republicans and conservatives do, and it’s understandable. They don’t like when Northerners and liberals and people in Washington tell them who their senator should be. They don’t like when reporters from outside come down and ask questions and turn over rocks looking for what’s crawling on the underside. (Snip) The charges against Mr. Moore are not only serious; they are completely credible. If you read the original Washington Post story, you know it was rigorously reported, with great care and professionalism. Four women who did not seek out the press, who did

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  8. Mischa Z. Brambleberger said

    Roy Moore Campaign Attemptsto Debunk Accuser’s Claims

    WIAT-TV [Birmingham, AL],

    by Stephon Dingleberry

    Gadsden, Ala. — After nearly two weeks of sexual assault allegations from several women, Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Roy Moore attempted to debunk claims from one of his accusers Beverly Young-Nelson. Moore’s campaign sent the following in a press release: 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 • • •

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  9. First I will note that I do not believe that a) Roy Moore ever raped anyone or the he is or ever was a pedophile, b) be sexually harassed anyone, or c) he was abusive either sexually or otherwise. I do however believe he was an adult male that pursued young and very impressionable adolescent females.

    For me this boils down to one thing, the use of one’s position and or station in life to influence an individual to grant favor, in these case presumed sexual favor. The fact these subjects were young and impressionable makes this particularly inappropriate.

    For consenting adults, and the key word is mutually consenting, there is no issue or problem.

    The discussion being had is a good thing, as long as the discussion is focused on what is a real problem and not to further what some view as a nefarious and evil agenda.

    What is perplexing is that anyone has a problem discussing something that really boils down to understanding the concept basic decency and respect for others. All others.

    There is so much more that can be said, but, for now we’ll leave it right there.

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    1. FROM the WaPo ARTICLE ciged in TODAY'S POST:

      "As Gibson previously told The Post, she said that she and Moore dated for a couple of months. She said he kissed her by the swimming pool concession stand at a local country club, that he played his guitar and read his own poetry to her, and that things ended when she went off to college in another part of Alabama, though they still kept in touch.

      She said she helped Moore when he was campaigning for circuit court judge in 1982, and remembers tucking fliers under windshield wipers at the Kmart parking lot.

      She said that when she became engaged, Moore insisted on meeting her fiance to make sure he was “good enough for me.” She said when Moore was first appointed as a circuit court judge in 1992, she sent him a gavel engraved with his name and a congratulatory note, and that her family and his exchanged Christmas cards some years.

      She said that she held Moore “in high esteem,”


      I can't see one single thing in that report that should ANYONE'S eyebrows. The grl's MUST have known about it, and MUST have approved, or it cpuldn't have gone on fpr any appreciable amount of time. It was never furtive. it was always out in the open.

      When I taught ag a private school for the Blind n New York, I ffequetky took students to cincerts, the opera or plays in Manhattan. I was 31 or 32 at the time, and one of my students –– a girl of seventeen –– whom I had taken to see a couople of plays as well as symphony concerts, fell madly in love with me.

      It was unfortununate. because there was no way i could reciprocate her feelings, and i didn't want to hurt her, but it put me in an awkward position.

      She had been an excellent student who had accomplished a great deal under my guidance. Perhaps I was naive, but I thought she worked so hard for the pure love of learning.

      We DID become friends, and enjoyed each other's company, bu ROMANCE was the frgthest thing from MY mind, I can tell you that.

      I learned awfully late that it's nearly impossble for men and women to be "just frieds," because the WOMEN –– no matter how old or young –– ALWAYS have MARRIAGE or at least a full blown LOVE AFFAIR on their minds.

      And Les, please be aware that in the South all those years ago it was just customary for girls to start having sex VERY young, and mature men have ALWAYS dated and often MARRIED girls twenty or more years younger than themselves.

      I've already told the story of my aunt who married at FIFTEEN and had two children before she was nineteen. Her husband was ten or twelve years older han she. No one thought anything of it at at the time.

      Not so very many years ago a girl was considered an "old maid," if she had not married before the age of twenty.


      "NORMAL"is a highly fluid concept since it varies greatly from age to age, region to region, country to country, and from culture to culture.

      One Size never has –– and never will –– fit all.


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    2. I sincerely hope you understand my following comment FreeThinke. Your decision not to encourage your student's infatuation was the same decision I, as well as amajority of men, would have made. And for the reason it was the right one.

      I do realize that in the South 40-50 years ago what you say was not uncommon, it may still be not all that uncommon. In fact I'm not at all certain it is uncommon In the north. Maybe with high school students it is with men 15+ years their senior. But I really don't know.

      You are right, normal is a fluid concept and is highly dependent on society's interpretation of normal in any given age or era.

      But, the concept of mutual respect and bilateral consent with regards to sex should never change as men and women are equal. Nor should the idea that using influence, position, or power to secure sex is wrong. On this FreeThinke I'm pretty damn sure we agree.

      BTW, your righ about cultural standards. One size doesn't fit all.
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    3. I don't disagree with yiur generalized standafrds of right conduct with regard to sex, Les, but I insist the focus should femain specifically on ROY MOORE and what Leftist Termites are attempting to do to him –– and by extension our nation –– by trying hypocritically to exploit a contrived, highly exaggerated version of a spurious issue to destroy a political opponent.

      I will insist the women involved are only being used as PAWNS by the Left, the Deep State, and the RINO's.

      Unfortunately, they are either complicit in the 'plot' or too stupid to realize how they are being cynically EXPLOiTED.

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    1. Please stick to the topic. This is NOT Hoosier Daddy. ;-)

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  11. Sen.Flake wrote a check to Roy Moore's opponate

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    1. Senator Flake –– like so many of his RINO colleagues is an ASSHOLE. There's no other word for men of his type.

      We EXPECT that of D'Rats, of course, but when it comes from those who are SUPPOSED to be on "OUR" side, it is particularly galling.

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    2. Charles "Chess" Campion said

      ´Country Before Party´: Jeff Flake Signs
      $100 Check To Roy Moore´s Abortion-On-
      Demand Democratic Opponent


      Daily Wire, by Ben Shapiro

      On Tuesday, Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ), who recently announced that he would not run for re-election on the floor of the Senate and tore into President Trump while doing so, issued a tweet showing that he had signed a check to Democratic Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones in order to oppose the candidacy of Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore. Moore, who has been credibly accused of sexual molestation of underage women, earned an endorsement from President Trump this week, and the monetary support of the Republican National Committee as well.Here was Flake’s tweet: (Tweet) Regardless of whether you oppose Moore,

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  12. They are pulling out all the stops on this one. soros is even funding an effort to get every convict to register to vote. Wouldnb't it be funny if they voted for Moore?

    These accusations are all BS. SO easy to see.

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    1. That's exactly what I've thought from the day this arrived, Kid. Others –– for some unknown, ungodly reason –– prefer to take a more "skeptical, "nuanced" approach,

      They don't seem to realize that we are ina WAR,

      When you are in a war, you can never afford to try to be "FAIR" to the ENEMY.

      That should happen only after you have defeated him to the point where he is grovelling at your feet, sobbing, bleeding, and begging for mercy.

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  13. Moore is pulling ahead in all the polls. Can't wait to watch CNN and MSLSD next Wed after a Moore victory.

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    1. I try never to count my chickens before they're hatched, Rusty, but i sure hope you're right.

      We'll soon see.

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    2. Rusty, you yourself seem a tad creepy. First you support Bill O'Reilly who attacked his own wife, now you condone the actions of Roy Moore preying on young women. Here's a man in his 30's (at the time) who's been elected to a powerful position and uses his power to force himself on six different women all almost twenty years younger then himself. Imagine how a parent would feel if they found out this pervert was calling their daughter to the principal's office while she was in trig class. Or offering their daughter a ride home then groping her? He's lucky he hasn't yet got his head bashed by an irate father,boyfriend, husband or for that matter his own wife. Yet you find it totally acceptable... Hmmm, are you perhaps on some sort of list yourself?

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    3. Hey sparky, please show a comment where I "condoned" Roy Moore's accused actions or where I supported O'Reilly. If you cannot I'd suggest you stop broadcasting your stupidity

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  14. Oswald P. PentagasDecember 6, 2017 at 8:48 AM

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    1. If you hope to avoid deletion, YOUR COMMENTS MUST specifically RELATE to the POST.

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    2. Archibald PentupgasDecember 6, 2017 at 11:30 AM

      The pressure is building! Alabama election and the BS investigation of President Trump has brought gastric disturbances to a code red level!

      When it blows, it will be loud and stinky!

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    3. It already REEKS, Archie. It could hardly get worse.

      Once a suppurating carbuncle is lanced, the purulent dischargem infectious matter and putrefaction drains away.

      The satisfactory resolution of the tensions you name –– meanng the election of Roy Moore to the senate, and the ultimate faulure of Mueller's vicious,totally dishinest and corrupt Witch Hunt –– will both cleanse and heal the nation.

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  15. RELEVANT HEADKINES LINKED at DRUDGE:

    ALABAMA UGLY: Moore spokesman calls accusers 'criminals'...

    DEM UPS ATTACK: JAIL THE JUDGE!

    Calls Bannon carpetbagging agitator...

    WSJ: Republican victory may be more costly than defeat...

    Dems look to use against...

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  16. Democrats, including Democrat senators, are now calling for Al Franken to resign. They are full of shit and this is a cold political calculation, designed to provide them firm high ground to excoriate Roy Moore and his fellow republicans.

    The Democrats have a real chance to elect a Democrat senator is deep red Alabama. Meanwhile, Minnesota's Communist Labor Party Governor is sure to appoint a far-left replacement for Franken, and the loony leftwing Minnesota voters are sure to elect a leftwing loon to a full term.

    The DemonCrap Party is a ruthless Panzer Korps, with diabolically brilliant war plans and a ruthless will to crush all in their path.

    The GOP not only cannot fight their way out of a wet paper bag, they have yet to even figure out that they are trapped in a wet paper bag.

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    1. Tocsin said

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Sen. Al Franken and Sexual Misconduct Allegations (all times local):

      1:50 p.m.

      A top Senate Democrat says he expects Sen. Al Franken to resign Thursday over allegations of sexual misconduct. Another woman has come forward with accusations against the Minnesota Democrat of sexual misconduct.

      In a tweet on Wednesday, Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon said: “I expect that Senator Franken will announce his resignation tomorrow.” Wyden tweeted that “It is the right thing to do given this series of serious allegations.”

      More than a dozen Senate Democrats, led by female lawmakers, have called on Franken to step aside. The nearly simultaneous clamor for the two-term senator to quit comes a day after Michigan Rep. John Conyers, another Democrat, announced his resignation.

      Franken’s office said in a brief statement that he will have an announcement on Thursday, details to come.


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      12:38 p.m.

      Facing growing demands for him to resign, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken will make an announcement on Thursday.

      That’s the word from the Democrat’s office on Wednesday.

      Franken’s support among his fellow Democrats is collapsing as a host of female Democratic senators called upon him to quit. ...

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    2. With the Franken resignation, the Democrat party captures the moral high ground from whence they will rightly heap opprobrium upon the morally-bankrupt GOP for supporting an alleged molester of teenage girls.

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    3. Let them capture this " high ground". Then they'll have to keep it. :)

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    4. "I believe ALL the women!". Find me 48 lying women, and I'll give you the US Senate!

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  17. MESSAGE TO GOP:

    We got rid of our pervs. When will you get rid of yours?

    The world is waiting.

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    1. Upper Crustacean said

      that would be impossible, because "WE" are pure as the driven snow. Only people of the left like you qualify as sick, morally compromised, degenerates. You can't help it; your demented ideology guarantees that vile outcome.

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  18. I think it's high time that you liberals give it up and GET OUT of our way.ทางเข้า D2BET

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