President Trump held a massive rally tonight in Pensacola, Florida. Many speculated that Republican candidate for Alabama Senate, Roy Moore would show up to the rally. Moore announced earlier that he had no plans of appearing with Trump at his rally, that he was focused on voters in the state of Alabama and had no intention of leaving the state. But Moore’s absence didn’t stop President Trump from bringing up one of his accusers and her leftist lawyer, who was also a Hillary Clinton delegate.
“So did you see what happened today? Did you see the yearbook? Did you see that? There was a little mistake made. She started to write things in the yearbook. Oh, what are we going to do? Gloria Allred, every time you see her, you know something is going wrong.”
The credibility of Beverly Young Nelson, the woman who accused Roy Moore of making sexual advances toward her when she was a teen, was destroyed after an interview today with ABC News, where she admitted she forged the high school yearbook that she used for evidence in her claim against Moore.
Breitbart News reports that Beverly Young Nelson has finally admitted that she forged a portion of the infamous high school yearbook that she and attorney Gloria Allred used as proof of her accusations against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.
And in yet another blow to the credibility of ABC News, the disgraced, left-wing network downplayed the bombshell by presenting this admission of forgery as adding “notes” to the inscription. Worse still, the reporter actually coaches Nelson, puts words in her mouth, downplay the enormous significance of her deceit.
Beverly Young Nelson, one of the women accusing GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, tells @GMA it “sickens” her to think what might happen if Moore is elected. https://t.co/wuEGWr0kng pic.twitter.com/lcp5OY4x3A
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) December 8, 2017
“Nelson admits she did make notes to the inscription,” ABC News tells us. “But the message was all Roy Moore.”
ABC News reporter Tom Llamas just couldn’t help himself, as he coaches Nelson to make sure she is still able to cling to a portion of her story:
Llamas: “Beverly, he signed your yearbook.”
Nelson: “He did sign it.”
Llamas, for his part encouraged her to get her story straight: “And you made some notes underneath.”
Nelson replied: “Yes.”
And then, after a woman admits to forging a document used in a campaign to destroy the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, ABC News quickly moves on as though it is not news of extraordinary consequence.
Llamas also fails to ask any follow-ups, such as “If the explanation is this simple, why wait all these weeks to offer it?” Or, “Why did you lie?”
Nelson is accusing Moore of attempting to assault her when she was just 16-years-old. With the election just four days away, this admission of forgery could not come at a better time for Moore. Nelson and Allred are planning a news conference Friday, but nothing will overcome the forgery admission.
How can anyone believe anything she says after admitting to such a thing? Early reports are that Nelson and Allred will produce an expert to prove the rest of the yearbook is not a forgery. So a proven forger is bringing in her own expert. What an insult to the people of Alabama.
Another problem with Nelson is that she has a motive to lie and forge: as a circuit judge, Moore ruled against her in a 1999 divorce case.
The Moore campaign has been pressuring Nelson and Allred for weeks to submit the yearbook for independent handwriting analysis. Now everyone knows why that request was rejected and ignored.
With Nelson now thoroughly discredited, this leaves two accusers against Moore.
One is Leigh Corfman, who claims Moore molested her as a 14-year-old child. She is the most credible of the three, but the narrative behind her story, that Moore’s abuse resulted in Corfman’s living a troubled life of “drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt,” is directly contradicted by contemporaneous court records.
Moore’s final accuser is Tina Johnson, a woman who claims Moore groped her butt in his office in 1991. But, again, as was the case with Corfman and Nelson, the left-wing media outlets reporting these allegations (the Washington Post, AL.com) either failed to fully vet the accusers or withheld crucial context.
Thanks to New Media’s going behind these discredited outlets to fact check the reporting, we now know that Johnson did not tell the entire truth. She was not in Moore’s office “on business.” If she was in Moore’s office at all, it was due to a bitter custody battle where Moore represented Johnson’s mother, who was trying to gain custody of Johnson’s 12-year-old son based on the claim that Johnson was an “unfit, absent, and unstable mother.”
If the media and the accusers and Gloria Allred told the full truth to begin with, they would all be more credible.
Here are close up versions of the signatures. Note, that when viewed close up, the signature is signed in both black and blue ink.
Here is a closer version of the yearbook signature:
Here is Wictor’s explanation for the different colors of ink:
After the yearbook signature came into question, Moore’s attorney came out with a statement regarding the signature in the high school yearbook. Here’s what he had to say:
Roy Moore's Attorney: "[Nelson & Gloria Allred] said that Ms. Nelson after the allegations had never seen or had any contact with Judge Moore… In 1999, Ms. Nelson filed a divorce action… The judge assigned was Roy S. Moore." pic.twitter.com/Bv5ZV0CMvc
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 15, 2017