WHAT DO YOU THINK? - IS WEST POINT GRAD
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First of all, we don't have a dog in this fight. If we were voting in the recent Republican primary, Judge Roy Moore would have been our last choice. His extreme views, inarticulate statements and propensity to wrap himself in a cloak of self-righteousness is frankly, a big turn-off.
But our gut instinct tells us that the cartoon character-type GOP candidate is getting a bum rap. We have to call them as we see them, and it looks like the voters of Alabama are being sold a bill of goods by a whole bunch of people who don't want to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. because they are part of it. That's both Democrats and Republicans.
As of press time, seven "victims" have come out of the woodwork with carefully scripted complaints. The image presented by the mainstream media is of a dirty "old man" who has a fetish for young females. One, allegedly, as young as 14 years of age. That's jail bait, even in Alabama.
Mind you, this is the same mainstream media who happily looked the other way when former President Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broddrick in Arkansas. An honest TV reporter, NBC's Lisa Myers, saw her 1999 "Dateline" interview with the nursing home manager spiked. No explanation given, but we know why, don't we.
THIS SMELLS LIKE A "SET-UP'
There are plenty of questions we have about Moore and his accusers, who all oddly waited until a few weeks before election day to make their charges, one of them - Beverly Nelson - claiming she was sexually assaulted by the judge back in 1979! That's nearly 40 years ago. Why did the so-called "victim" delay reporting the "attack" all this time. Just a coincidence? Yeah, right.
Her devastating charges were printed in the Washington POST, the same newspaper that always endorses Democrats, like Moore's opponent, Doug Jones. Could it be they have a special interest in smearing the GOP nominee? Do ducks quack? Is the Pope Catholic? Does a bear take a dump in the woods?
Two news items our many readers at Redstone Arsenal haven't seen on national TV is Nelson's step-son has called her "a liar" and expressed his support for Moore. And that rumor that the judge had been on some kind of "watch list" because he allegedly was hassling girls - no paperwork exists to verify this - has been shot down by longtime Gadsden Mall manager Barnes Boyle who told one of our reporters: "I have no memory of such a ban, to the best of my recollection." The manager allowed as to how he would have known if a prominent "much-in-the-news" man like Moore had been listed as an undesirable.
AN OBVIOUSLY FORGED DOCUMENT
Here's a few questions, dear reader, that we ask you to ask yourselves. Don't hold your breath waiting for the mainstream media - thrilled that a left-wing Democrat like Doug Jones could grab up an otherwise-unobtainable U.S. Senate seat in deep-Red Alabama - to dig very hard at getting to the truth if it doesn't fit their narrative and political bias.
Regarding the alleged inscription from Moore to Nelson written in her high school yearbook . . .
Why are the sevens in 1977 to the right of "Christmas" distinctly different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) written above "olde hickery house?" Two people had to have forged the inscription. You can even see with the naked eye that there are two different versions of the number " 7 ".
Why are the "R" and "y" in "Roy" not written in the same way? The inflection of the "y" is more pronounced in Moore's signature as chief justice. The "R" is noticeably larger is the "signature" of chief justice as well.
Why did the accuser (Nelson) try to infer the judge was then district attorney for Etowah County? Thus the initials of "D.A." This is where the forger or forgers made the biggest mistake.
[Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and his signature appears exactly as it was on his ruling - something Ms. Nelson failed to disclose.
Here's the kicker, folks. The "D.A." (district attorney) initials after Moore's signature on the divorce document are actually the initials of his then-court assistant Delver Adams! Moore was never district attorney in the first place. He, was "deputy" D.A., so perhaps Nelson and her publicity-seeking serial character assassin, the infamous Gloria Allred, have outsmarted themselves.]
Why is the alleged yearbook inscription written in two different colors of ink? Red shows up as black in a photocopy. Is that why Allred is so reticent to release the yearbook to an independent, neutral hand-writing expert?
Why won't Nelson's lawyer allow the actual inscription ink to be tested? Could it be because they know it was written recently, not 40 years ago?
Will the seven (so far) "victims" swear under oath and penalty of perjury that they haven't received money from anyone - say the Washington POST - to keep the bumbling but basically decent GOP candidate from going to Washington?
It was bad enough, Nelson's whiny, over-dramatic voice and lack of tears on her fat cheeks in her amateur hour crying exhibition - she kept dabbing her eyes with a folded handkerchief despite the obvious lack of waterworks - couldn't fool even a ten year old child. We think Nelson and Allred are part of a vicious political "hit" on Moore and deserve to be investigated, then prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Right now, the leftist propagandists over at MSNBC/DNC are ecstatic Moore is supposedly down in the polls. The voters of Alabama won't elect a pro-abortion, leftist Democrat to the Senate when the truth is finally known. Moore could win this thing going away if the people of Alabama smell a set-up. They don't like arrogant Yankees and establishment politicians dictating who they can and cannot vote for.
What do YOU think?