Roy Moore is probably the living definition of a deceitful conservative out to enrich his pockets; his career, and himself all together. Tomorrow, Alabama will take to the polls to elect a new Senator — a vote — that remains crucial to the state.
While conservative social media has largely ignored Roy Moore ‘s allegations, and, his many deceitful statements about such — others aren’t convinced that he’s ever been honest about them. We’ve rounded up 5 falsehoods told by Moore in recent days.
- He’s changed his stories quite a few times now.
In a previous interview with Sean Hannity, Moore, openly admitted to dating teenagers (but only in some cases, not in fact generally). In that same interview, Moore admitted to acknowledging at least two of the women (and admitted to knowing them). Fast forward to November, Moore, then switched his story (and maintained it) that he “knew none of the women accusing him of sexual misconduct..”. Moore in the original interview, ehum, admitted to not only knowing two of the women (but may have also gone on dates with them..).
2. These links pretty much sum-up Moore’s contradicting claims about Leigh Corfman
In her original claims, Corfman claimed that she was 14 he was 32 and he openly preyed on her. According to reports, Corfman’s mother was present during initial meetings between Corfman and Moore and their initial greetings. Similar accounts and contradicting statements from another woman and her mother, Wendy Miller, appeared in the Washington Post — once when she was 14 and again at 16.
3. Beverly Nelson, Gibson, and more
The debate over that yearbook note allegedly left by Roy Moore himself leaves little room for debate. Forensic experts have on multiple accounts reportedly confirmed that it indeed is Moore’s signature, ehum, despite his multiple categorical denials. The note, reportedly read, “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say ‘Merry Christmas.’ Love, Roy Moore.” (All of which are denied by Roy Moore..).