Accusations against Moore already debunked?
NOVEMBER 10, 2017
There’s a claim spreading on social media that a reporter was taped while reportedly offering a woman $1000 to accuse Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual improprieties.
The unconfirmed rumor, which seems to have originated from a former Secret Service agent, claims the woman taped the conversation she had with the reporter and sent copies to the Etowah Co. District Attorney and the FBI.
Additionally, Moore’s accusers, all of whom allege the incidents occurred decades ago, don’t seem to have known each other very well previously, yet all the sudden they appeared in the public spotlight at the same time to make their accusations only weeks before an election with national implications.
This is noteworthy because, in contrast, the allegations made against Harvey Weinstein began with ONE accuser whose story encouraged other alleged victims to start speaking out – and many of the accusations were far more recent. Plus the fact that Weinstein was caught on tape, and some of his accusers weren’t victims but rather just witnesses of his questionable behavior.
Additionally, Moore spent years on the Supreme Court of Alabama, so why didn’t the accusations come sooner if they’re true? That would have been a disservice to the people of Alabama if valid accusations were kept in the dark.