Whether or not you agree that Roy Moore is telling the truth, the fact is that everyone has the right to be heard and the whole story has the right to be given to the people through the Fourth Estate. What we seem to have here right now is the following situation:
- An unusual uprising of American voters who have had it up to here with the Establishmentariat
- Candidates who are not aligned with lobbyists, special interests, and big corporations who are willing to throw their hats into the ring to stand up against them
- A political climate in America where the polarization of the political parties is so stark that there is no mistaking who is with and who is against the American voter
- Democrats at a particularly vulnerable time in the history of this country (despite its recent victories in Virginia and New Jersey)
- A man who believes in the Ten Commandments as the basis of American law, traditional marriage, and religious liberty who defeated a crony of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a hotly contested race
- A zealous and activist Leftist press intent on destroying any vestige of propriety of an outsider candidate in favor of one of these Beltway insiders
- A public that trusts the Fake News Industrial Complex even LESS than they do Congress
This has become the recipe for the showdown that is occurring in the case of Judge Roy Moore. When the Washington Post first learned through hearsay of a woman who may have had an untoward encounter with Moore in Alabama, the hit was on and the editors sent out its armies of reporters and lawyers hoping to fan out across the county, searching for this woman. Like a bunch of lifeguards locking arms in the water and walking across the lake bed in search of the drowning victim, these reporters scanned every nook and cranny.
Lo and behold, they found her. A woman in her thirties who claimed that when she was 14 years old, Moore propositioned her and began attempting to date her. At one point or another, she claims that he forced himself on her.
In an interview with the mother of his young lady, Breitbart News revealed that the entire reason that her daughter waited for over 38 years to announce these allegations, 71-year-old Nancy Wells revealed that the Washington Post reporters were the reason. According to her, the story would never have surfaced had it not been for the insistence of these reporters who badgered her for three full weeks to allow them to publish the story.
Speaking by phone to Breitbart News on Saturday, Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, 71, further stated that her daughter would not have come forward if it weren’t for The Post reporter’s alleged actions.
Corfman went public with her accusations against Moore in a Washington Post interview published last week in which she alleged that Moore attempted to initiate sexual contact with her in 1979 when she was 14. Three other women between the ages of 16 and 18 claim that when Moore was in his 30s, he attempted to court them or that he dated them. The current age of consent in Alabama is 16.
Moore has strongly denied the accusations. He has questioned the timing of The Post’s story, which was dropped mere weeks before the December 12 election.
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.
While the fact that the press pursued this lead does not indicate or prove that Leigh Corfman is lying, it does bring into question the actions of the press corps that went to great lengths to excoriate Judge Moore. Where was this sort of activism on the parts of the Washington Post when John Edwards was sleeping with a political staffer and impregnating her with his seed while his actual wife was dying of cancer? For that matter, where was their concern over the welfare of all the women who claimed that Bill Clinton had attacked them?
More importantly, was the Washington Post paying this woman to come forward and make her claims public? The wife of Judge Moore is insisting that their lawyers are “gathering evidence” of such! Read on the next page about this story from the Gateway Pundit!