Roy Moore Story Unraveling? One Accuser Worked For Hillary, Another Claims Several Pastors Made Sexual Advances

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From the outset, several aspects of the Washington Post‘s decades-old accusations of Roy Moore having inappropriate relations with four young women seemed off. In addition to odd circumstances surrounding the story’s origins, the accusers themselves – and even the WaPo journalist who wrote the story – have checkered pasts and political views which some could consider ulterior motives.

If the accusations against Moore are true, he needs to immediately step aside and exit politics – as both President Trump and, oddly, Mitch McConnell have stated. Moore has vehemently denied the charges.

How did the story come together?

As Radio host Mark Levin pointed out on his show last week that there are several aspects of the case which don’t really make sense. To recap; a Washington Post reporter overheard a rumor at a Roy Moore event in Alabama about Moore sexually abusing four girls 38 years ago, then found the women, interviewed them, and the rest is history.

Per WaPo:

While reporting a story in Alabama about supporters of Moore’s Senate campaign, a Post reporter heard that Moore allegedly had sought relationships with teenage girls. Over the ensuing three weeks, two Post reporters contacted and interviewed the four women.

Levin posed the following questions:

  • How did the WaPo reporter know there were four women, who they were, and how to contact them?
  • How is it that the reporter's anonymous source, who they bumped into, knew about the four women who don’t know each other and have never met, and knew each woman's story and contact information?
  • Why hasn’t any of this been reported in Moore’s 38 years in politics? And why now – a month before an important election to fill Jeff Sessions’ senate seat?

Adding to the list of questionable circumstances - one which the Washington Post oddly omitted from it's report, is the fact that one of Moore’s accusers, Debbie Gibson, worked as a sign language interpreter for Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, and is actively campaigning for Moore’s Democrat opponent, Doug Jones.

As New York Times bestselling author, Attorney, Law professor and Newsmax columnis James Hirsen points out:

 Here’s Gibson, hard at work for Hillary:

Another Moore accuser, Leigh Corfman, has claimed “several pastors at various churches made sexual advances at her.” This 3x divorcee who has also filed for bankruptcy three times.

The Star reports:

She says that her teenage life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.

 

As the years went on, Corfman says, she did not share her story about Moore partly because of the trouble in her life. She has had three divorces and financial problems. While living in Arizona, she and her second husband started a screen-printing business that fell into debt. They filed for bankruptcy protection three times, once in 1991 with $139,689 in unpaid claims brought by the Internal Revenue Service and other creditors, according to court records.

 

In 2005, Corfman paid a fine for driving a boat without lights. In 2010, she was working at a convenience store when she was charged with a misdemeanor for selling beer to a minor. The charge was dismissed, court records show.

The WaPo reporter who penned the article wrote fake check, according to an 2011 Red State report

Ms. McCrummen has a rather interesting criminal history herself, as public criminal records in multiple states stretching across 4 time zones have shown.

Ms. McCrummen’s criminal history began with North Carolina Case # 1992 CR 00654, a violation of the Article 19 – False Pretenses and Cheats section of the North Carolina Criminal Code. Ms. McCrummen was convicted of a crime punishable by up to six months of imprisonment for writing a hot check that was deemed worthless.

Last but not least, former Secret Service agent Doug Lewis (@umpire43) has made an unsubstantiated claim that a WaPo reporter named “Beth” offered a family friend $1000 to accuse Roy Moore, and that a tape of the offer is in the hands of the DA. 

Again – if Roy Moore took advantage of four young women 38 years ago, it is reprehensible and he should face justice if at all possible. That said, several troubling aspects of the Moore accusations have come to light in the days since the report, casting what many feel is reasonable doubt on the entire thing.

Moore has denied the allegations and issued the following statement:

 

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deoxy's picture

In the old days, I would tend to agree with you. Times are different now. Look for Moore to stay in the race and win by double digits. 

RedBaron616's picture

Dems? Plenty in the GOP don't want a unashamed Christian Constitutionalist in Congress.

NAV's picture

"Our debt to Greece and Rome has been exaggerated; our debt to Christianity has been ignored... .

"Christ's life is the point from which we date all of world history, and it is impossible to understand Western civilization, especially the United States, without understanding Christianity.... The worship of the State, in the person of the divine Emperior, was the core of pagan socity at the time of Christ... . Christ demanded that rulers serve, not control, thier people. He outlined a limited role for civil government, not as the shaper of souls, as in pagan philosophies, but simply as the punisher of criminals. He founded a church whose government was republican, whose leaders were elected by the people, and whose constitution was written. Inspired by his words, the American Founders made their plans for a new Republic, a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.

"The early Christians, condemned by learned pagans such as Celsus and Porphyry as stupid, foolish and superstitious, were not killed for their stupidity, but because they rejected the highest value of pagan society: worship of the totalitarian state."  -- John W. Robbins, The Coming of Christ, The Freeman

Once again we hear the anguished wailing of Friedrich Nietzsche -- the eruption of political and economic paganism: Tear down Judge Roy Moore and The Ten Commandments. Tear down Western civilization.

TEAR DOWN GOD!

Abaco's picture

Judge Moore may be a generally decent man but he is NOT a consitutionalist.  Neither was Jeff Sessions. They both have very strong views on what is "right" behavior and think that the consitution implicitly protects the choices they would make.  Hence, both of these men support the federal criminalization of marijuana - something that the consitution does not allow the federal government to do.

The entire legal framework suppressing marijuana is based on fraud and has done enormous damage to millions of people.  This completely unlawful suppression by the federal goverment hasn't just thrown people in cages and limited their opportunities, It has kept people on pharmaceutical anti-depresents that have far greater negative side effects.  They forced PTSD victims to opiod treatments when nonn -addictive and benign relief could be found using marijuana. They have kept children trapped in hell of constant epileptic seizures that are eliminated with marijuana. The list goes on and on.

Why would someone like Judge Moore or Jeff Sessions do this? These seem to be otherwise honorable men. The reason is that they are prideful and self-righteous. They grw up believing that the government never lies to you and good people do as they are told by their government. They lack intellectual curiosity. So they are reduced to government good marijuana evil thinking and never bothered to actually consider the lack of constitutional authority for their positions or the falsity of the government's claims.

There is minimal hope that such self-rigghteousness and militant ignorance can be corrected.  Not so for the psychopaths who benefit. The Rockefellars didn't want competition from a renewable agricultural fuel source.  The DuPont's didn't want competition for their chemical products and so marijuana was used to suppress hemp. Now you have entire industries of judges, prosecutors, jailors, lawyers, etc whose livelihood would go away if we didn't have drug laws.  We would need to have one quarter of the world's prison population.  Police could be chasing don rapists, robbers, and murderers instead of busting kids for weed and stealing their cash.

Judge Moore is most ikely better than the idiot from the other party. There is no reason we need to accept being forced to choose between dumb and dumber each of whom have been selected by behind the scenes power brokers who control the parties. There is every reason to dismantle every advantage the two parties have been given and level the playing field.

jin187's picture

Hence the only thing liberals are right about, which is overreach when it comes to petty criminal matters, and legislating "commonsense" from the bench. It's easy to say that only potheads and ne'er do wells are affected by these types of rulings, but that doesn't make them any more right.

This is also why the government hasn't put much effort into fighting local marijuana legalization. They really don't want to put issues of intrastate commerce before the court, and risk having their entire war on drugs being shut down.

Of course, they haven't had an issue getting shit like this through the courts yet. Obeezycare is the perfect example. Health insurance can only be purchased in-state, yet somehow the feds have the right to regulate it.

falconflight's picture

Had no idea that mj was so central to the order of the universe.  Death sentence to drug traffickers.  

ConanTheContrarian1's picture

As a former recreational drug user (it helped in Viet Nam), I wish I had never used pot. I think it slowed me down mentally and made me lazier while I was using. No, I'm not homeless, etc. but an honest evaluation of my life leads me to the conclusion that it should be controlled. Not sure how to do it, but I reject the notion that Sessions and Moore are self-righteous and stupid. And no, the Rockefellers didn't suppress a "renewable agricultural fuel source". Alcohol has about 2/3 the energy of gasoline and is a piss-poor fuel, as well as damaging engines.

Fletch8's picture

Ethanol does not damgae engines, in fact Brazil's common gasoline contains a minimum of 27.5% ethanol and they have the very same cars, boats, motorcycles, and small engines we do. It has worked out so well for so long that Argentina and Paraguay are going to high levels themselves.

The DOE/EPA did long term studies on E15 and E30 on cars 2001 and newer and found they run fine with both fuels and there is no damage.

BTU measures heat, not work. Work is called the joule. Power is the speed at which a joule takes place. One joule per second is called a watt.

 

The heating value of 1.25 pounds of wood, a cup of gasoline, and 4 pounds of dynamite are all about the same(7000 BTU)

 

To show how irrelevant BTU is to getting work done we see that the 1.25 pounds of wood generates 30 kilowatts(.00003 gigawatts), the cup of gasoline generates 3.2 gigawatts, and 4 pounds of dynamite generates 2000 gigawatts.

 

Ethanol's octane and burn characteristics makes it capable of extraordinary efficiency levels in piston engines, far beyond gasoline and even better than diesel.

 

In steam engines, gasoline would be hands down winner if pollution was of no concern. Gasoline fireplaces would be warmer too but I don't see any of them sold, only ethanol.

 

In low compression engines such as we have in the US you will get lower mpg with ethanol, but you will gain in performance.  

 

For example, a Chevy pickup gets a clean 380 horsepower on E85 and a toxic and carcinogenic 355 horsepower on E0 straight gasoline.

 

http://media.gm.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado/2014.tab1.html

 

Any loss in mpg with ethanol is more than made up with the cheaper price of fuel.  See e85prices.com

 

In high compression engines, you gain in mpg and power both.  In fact, ethanol optimized engines surpass the efficiency (>42%) of any fuel including the best diesels.

 

If you are truly willing to do research on your own, check out these few examples of the most efficient engines on the Earth:

 

FROM RICARDO:

 

The new federal CAFE standards are calling for a doubling of fuel mileage performance, which, Vint says, is going to send OEM’s looking for high octane numbers to improve efficiency and ethanol is the best source. Ricardo, an engineering firm with over 100 years in the business of engine design, has developed an extreme boosted direct injection engine (EBDI) to optimize ethanol blends. The 3.2 V6 gasoline engine rivals the power and torque of a much larger GMC Sierra 6.6 diesel, he said, and it delivers 3.5 percent better fuel economy than the diesel.

 

FROM CUMMINS ETHOS ENGINE:

 

According to Cummins, it delivers the power (up to 250 hp) and peak torque (up to 450 lb. ft.) of gasoline and diesel engines nearly twice its displacement...

 

...Using corn derived E-85, the high thermal efficiency and power-to-weight ratio of this engine results in 50 to 58 percent lower well-to-wheels CO2 emissions compared with the gasoline engine baseline. Using second-generation, lingo-cellulosic derived E-85, the power train’s efficiency features deliver 75 to 80 percent lower well-to-wheels CO2 emissions, depending on the drive cycle.

 

FROM SCANIA:

 

Scania has a number of products available for running on bioethanol – e.g. buses, trucks and waste collectors. Scania is the only vehicle manufacturer to date that has successfully produced bioethanol applications for heavy transport. Our engines adapted for bioethanol fuel have the same energy efficiency as a standard diesel engine and fulfill the Euro 5/ EEV emission level.

 

FROM THE EPA:

 

An important step toward increasing alcohol fuel demand, then, may lie in providing economical engine technology options that utilize such fuels more efficiently, to compensate for the lower fuel energy density. The FFVs produced today, however, use fairly typical gasoline engines, which, because they must retain dual-fuel capability, are not able to take full advantage of the favorable combustion characteristics of alcohols. Engines optimized for alcohol fuel use, on the other hand, may yield efficiencies that exceed that of state-of-the-art diesel engines—or, about one third higher than that of FFV engines. In earlier engine research at EPA with neat methanol and ethanol [1], for example, over 40% brake thermal efficiency was achieved over a relatively broad range of loads and speeds, with peak levels reaching over 42%.

 

FROM EPA & FORD ON FORD'S ETHANOL OPTIMIZED ECOBOOST SYSTEM:

 

Compared to production gasoline engines:

 

Fuel efficiency is ~15 – 20% improved for various drive cycles.

 

Full load performance is significantly improved, and comparable to production diesel engines.

 

THE INDY 500:

 

In 2005, the IRL used 100 percent methanol in their tanks. The fuel worked well and was more efficient than straight gasoline, but IRL officials believed there was room for improvement. In 2006, they moved to a 10 percent blend of ethanol and methanol, which was then changed to 100 percent ethanol for the 2007 season...

 

...The switch to ethanol also allowed the racers to carry less fuel and make fewer pit stops, thereby increasing efficiency even more. "When the cars ran on methanol tanks had to hold 30 gallons to accommodate the fuel requirements of the cars," Vervynckt says. "After getting the engines to perform at their full potential, there was a significant gain in mileage. Indy cars now have 22-gallon tanks. When a driver pulls in to change out his tires, he can fill up. Teams were able to match their tire and fuel stops exactly, instead of stopping for tires only, or fuel only."

jin187's picture

NASCAR is the same. The cars have never been faster, or had more torque than they do now. NASCAR switched to I believe a 50/50 blend over a decade ago, and has since switched to 100% ethanol.

The belief that is damages engines comes from the fact that ethanol binds with water, which causes interior rust. That might have been true when engines were made of iron, but now everything is aluminum, with the occasional bit of stainless steel. Any oxidation, or build-up in an aluminum engine block will have little to do with water, and can be flushed out easily with fuel and oil treatments.

shovelhead's picture

MJ does slow you down if you tend to be dull and slow witted anyway. If you tend to be bright and creative it tends to enhance that as well.

Like alcohol, it's not for everybody.

And it was Hearst, not Rockefeller, that put the hit on MJ. Hemp paper directly conflicted with his paper pulping industry for his newspapers that spread the Mexican Menace on Marijuana mantra.

Criminalization followed repeal of Volstead Act. Saved all those nice Govt. jobs

Jesus, read a book.

Rex Andrus's picture

Where do you get the idea that force is going to do this? It didn't stop you then. You controlled yourself. No external agency has the ability or right to micromanage others. Legalize everything. Laissez faire makes people confront their own moral hazard on their own dime, making them politically responsible or dead, and bankrupts the criminal big pharma deep state oligarchy. Too much control creates criminal rackets and retards real progress. You end up with a rigged market like we have to "correct" right now. I agree about gasohol. Oil lubricates metal, alcohol strips oil from metal. I knew a guy who raced alcohol burners. He had to rebuild every 20 miles. They are putting so much crap in street gas now that my mileage is consistently down 10% from > 2 years ago. But once in a while I get an uncut tankful and get the correct mileage...

Fletch8's picture

The country of Brazil has flex fuel vehicles that use E100 and their studies show the engines last three times longer than when on the common gasoline.  No soot is why.

The Indy 500 has used alcohol fuels since the 60s, if you were right, it would have to be called the Indy 20.

In low compression engines such as we currently have ethanol will decreace mpg but increase power.

For example, a Chevy pickup gets a clean 380 horsepower on E85 and a toxic and carcinogenic 355 horsepower on E0 straight gasoline.

 

http://media.gm.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado/2014.tab1.html

 

Any loss in mpg with ethanol is more than made up with the cheaper price of fuel.  See e85prices.com

 

In high compression engines, you gain in mpg and power both.  In fact, ethanol optimized engines surpass the efficiency (>42%) of any fuel including the best diesels.

 

here are a few examples:

FROM RICARDO:

 

The new federal CAFE standards are calling for a doubling of fuel mileage performance, which, Vint says, is going to send OEM’s looking for high octane numbers to improve efficiency and ethanol is the best source. Ricardo, an engineering firm with over 100 years in the business of engine design, has developed an extreme boosted direct injection engine (EBDI) to optimize ethanol blends. The 3.2 V6 gasoline engine rivals the power and torque of a much larger GMC Sierra 6.6 diesel, he said, and it delivers 3.5 percent better fuel economy than the diesel.

 

FROM CUMMINS ETHOS ENGINE:

 

According to Cummins, it delivers the power (up to 250 hp) and peak torque (up to 450 lb. ft.) of gasoline and diesel engines nearly twice its displacement...

 

...Using corn derived E-85, the high thermal efficiency and power-to-weight ratio of this engine results in 50 to 58 percent lower well-to-wheels CO2 emissions compared with the gasoline engine baseline. Using second-generation, lingo-cellulosic derived E-85, the power train’s efficiency features deliver 75 to 80 percent lower well-to-wheels CO2 emissions, depending on the drive cycle.

 

FROM SCANIA:

 

Scania has a number of products available for running on bioethanol – e.g. buses, trucks and waste collectors. Scania is the only vehicle manufacturer to date that has successfully produced bioethanol applications for heavy transport. Our engines adapted for bioethanol fuel have the same energy efficiency as a standard diesel engine and fulfill the Euro 5/ EEV emission level.

 

FROM THE EPA:

 

An important step toward increasing alcohol fuel demand, then, may lie in providing economical engine technology options that utilize such fuels more efficiently, to compensate for the lower fuel energy density. The FFVs produced today, however, use fairly typical gasoline engines, which, because they must retain dual-fuel capability, are not able to take full advantage of the favorable combustion characteristics of alcohols. Engines optimized for alcohol fuel use, on the other hand, may yield efficiencies that exceed that of state-of-the-art diesel engines—or, about one third higher than that of FFV engines. In earlier engine research at EPA with neat methanol and ethanol [1], for example, over 40% brake thermal efficiency was achieved over a relatively broad range of loads and speeds, with peak levels reaching over 42%.

 

FROM EPA & FORD ON FORD'S ETHANOL OPTIMIZED ECOBOOST SYSTEM:

 

Compared to production gasoline engines:

 

Fuel efficiency is ~15 – 20% improved for various drive cycles.

 

Full load performance is significantly improved, and comparable to production diesel engines.

 

THE INDY 500:

 

In 2005, the IRL used 100 percent methanol in their tanks. The fuel worked well and was more efficient than straight gasoline, but IRL officials believed there was room for improvement. In 2006, they moved to a 10 percent blend of ethanol and methanol, which was then changed to 100 percent ethanol for the 2007 season...

 

...The switch to ethanol also allowed the racers to carry less fuel and make fewer pit stops, thereby increasing efficiency even more. "When the cars ran on methanol tanks had to hold 30 gallons to accommodate the fuel requirements of the cars," Vervynckt says. "After getting the engines to perform at their full potential, there was a significant gain in mileage. Indy cars now have 22-gallon tanks. When a driver pulls in to change out his tires, he can fill up. Teams were able to match their tire and fuel stops exactly, instead of stopping for tires only, or fuel only."

Oldwood's picture

Life is NOTHING but the choice of lesser evils. There is nothing wrong with this as long as we have access to TRUTH. It is what our brain was designed to do and our survival DEPENDS upon doing it well. Those who try to dominate us do so by controlling our data, our access to truth using fear and greed to manipulate us.

Our future DEPENDS on choosing well from our limited knowledge and knowledge DEPENDS on choosing well.

Peter Royce Clayon da Turd's picture

Any political science instructor worth a salt will begin their course with this acknowledgment: "All politics is theater". This is just more soap opera drama to destroy a man who worries the establishment MOORE than anyone at the moment. With some republican assistance to this lie and the fact that the current mantra is for all women to be perceived as victims to the evil male (if you change genders, does it still count?), Judge Moore will need a miracle to save his campaign.
Would not even surprise me if these women were just holograms...

Pollygotacracker's picture

Moore will win. The Access Hollywood tape failed to bring down Trump. Trump had a dozen women hurling accusations. Get a grip. People aren't stupid. Moore has a month to get the scoop on these lying women.

williambanzai7's picture

Must be the season of the bitch

Hope Copy's picture

Messing with judges in Alabama is like stepping on a bouncing betty..  how shit stupid can you get?

ultrasonic's picture

Hmm, multiple divorces and bankruptcies. Can’t trust people like that to tell the truth.

Oh wait.

Bendromeda Strain's picture

She should have just started a foundation with her co-conspirator. That was easy...

torabora's picture

Why would Jeff Sessions give up a safe seat in sleepy Alabama? He's too lazy to be ambitious. he is a post turtle.

hootowl's picture

Jeff Sessions has all the vim and vigor of a dog that has been dead for two years.

Golden Phoenix's picture

The timing, substance, and circumstance of these accounts against Roy Moore (I'm not a supporter but don't give a shit either way) are suspicious at the very best but come on:

'SHE RAN A BOAT WITHOUT LIGHTS!'

Up next: 'Alabama approves shooting people in suspiciously stealthed canoes'

 

Homey Da Clown's picture

One of the accusers already trying to cover her tracks- deleting posts on Facebook tying her to Clinton and Biden, removing posts she made accusing Moore, while ranting about imeaching Trump.  This story is falling apart and Judge Moore should have a good reason to file civil and criminal charges against all involved.

 

http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/11/10/alabama-accuser-deletes-an...

Bendromeda Strain's picture

Why is this story being run out of the Jerusalem bureau? WUWT Breitbart.

PeterLong's picture

McCrummen did a piece for WP on Khizr Khan way back. Did a strange piece on Charleston hoax vllian Roof. Did a fawning story on Hillary.  https://jezebel.com/5963217/hillary-clinton-is-the-awesomest-awesome-to-ever-awesome

Mazzy's picture

Hilarious article, because it's 180° away from reality.

Everyone is lying's picture

In the first 24 hours after this story broke, the candidate for Senate was covered by ABCNBCCBS, 24 minutes, 36 seconds, according to Fox News Tonight.

 

From Sept 6 until November 10, over two months, the Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) corruption trial,  an EXISTING US Senator on trial for multiple corruption charges, payoffs, stealing government funds, and more, got a TOTAL OF 2 MINUTES, 10 SECONDS.    

 

For an existing Senator on trial for months, compare to the news that had the Swamp Republicans, Dems, and Demo rat Press went full press the same day, there is no comparison.

 

This is a set up of Wag the Dog proportions.

 

This is what institutional corruption looks like. 

TeethVillage88s's picture

Bob Menendez is compromised and now supports war in 10 Nations in 8 years or endless war which ever is longer.

Menendez is captured piece.

Menendez would support Hilary, Jeb, or whatever Globalist, or Neocon.

rkoen's picture

The M.O. fits Dem / Lib criminality games to a T.  I mean, didn't dem/libs invent pedophilia???  The conservatives were too busy making money in their businesses.

Uncle Skid's picture

I'm going to give ole Roy the benefit of the doubt.  He can't be all bad.  Just look at who hates him.

Reaper's picture

Among swine, lying and false character assassination is justified by the end, a Demorat elected.

RubyPetunia's picture

http://billlawrenceonline.com/swamp-thing-attack-sop/

Leaving aside that he has been a controversial public figure for two decades and was long a highly desired trophy by the anti-religious left hence ripe for such a take-down,  we have adopted the principle that any allegation made a month before an election against an anti-swamp candidate is false.

We remember Curt Weldon’s persecution by the Justice Department — the George (Swamp Can’t Be Spelled Without Dubya) Bush Justice Department  — in 2006. The allegations made three weeks before the election turned out unfounded but the damage was done and he lost.

We remember Alaska Senator Ted Stevens July 2008 indictment and his trial three months later which resulted in his conviction one week before the Nov. 4 election. It was later revealed that FBI agents conspired to withhold and conceal evidence and the verdict was overturned. No matter. He lost  the election by 3,724 votes to swamp-loving Democrat Mark Begich.

We remember the press conference by a Hillary swamp minion in October 2016 where several women came forward accusing Donald Trump of sexual harassment. Several of the allegations were easily debunked and none was ever established.

Most troubling, though, was a claim not made against a candidate but the economy.  In September 2008, the swamp media was screaming the economy was going to collapse and we were all going to starve unless the big banks were bailed out IMMEDIATELY. On Oct. 3, with Republican John McCain ahead in the polls, President George (Swamp Can’t Be Spelled Without Dubya)  Bush signed into law a bill giving the banks, along with Wall Street money men like Goldman Sachs, $700 billion of our money to save them from the stupid decisions they had been allowed to make during the Bush and Clinton years.

SoDamnMad's picture

Taking a Russian word,  Moskirovka, this is a technique that works so well. Throw out a fake accusation to cover something else (Uranium One, Muellers investigation of the election rigging) and then when the effort comes to investigate the falsehood and prove it wrong, throw out another.

During the 2014 war for Donbas and Lugansk in Eastern Ukraine, a woman stepped forward and wrote a story about Ukrainian solders crucifying a young boy on a square in a small town. The Russian press had a field day.  Problem was the woman was a fake reporter and the town had no square and no street she referenced. Of course, no crucifixtion either.  Each couple of weeks a horror story came out to incense the ethnic Russian population.

 

Same sheet going on here.

Bendromeda Strain's picture

ORLY? I have the video of the young Ukie patriot girls laughing and filling the molotov cocktails right before the Trade Building in Mommy Odessa was torched and an unarmed bunch of those evil ethnic Russians were slaughtered. No need to fake anything.

Hope Copy's picture

That was in Slavansk and you have little knowledge in this area.. Sure Girkin was up to the old tricks, but it was cheap an very effective.  You should know that was the 'great Ti' play and the price went down. not up.  Now US coal is being traded for that white sand known better as rulite, but then the news organizations have all but swept that under the rung.. and some of that Ti is naturally radioactive due to its source (and storage).  The Ukies have some great products.. and 'friends'.

pparalegal's picture

So if you drag a hundred dollar bill through the trailer park you will find some Clinton supporters willing to do odd jobs?

tbd108's picture

I would think 2 dollars would do it.

newworldorder's picture

Cant buy silense with 2 dollars. Gotta offer more.

Chris88's picture

It was obvious from the beginning the story was fabircated, the girl was not related to Moore and we're talking about Alabama here.

falconflight's picture

Where are you from Betaboy?  Eff you and your Alabama bumperstick slur.  In fact, you should just go back to HuffPuff, where boys eating peters is so nice.

Chris88's picture

Stupid pissant hick, go cry over someone crictizing Israel some more you faggot.  Butthurt over someone making a joke about an ambulance chaser turned tax eater, tells someone far to the right of him to go to HuffPo, that's rich.  Aren't you late for your manual labor graveyard shift?

falconflight's picture

"Far Left" or "Far Right" little difference; both are terrorist ideologies to the average man.  Constitutionalism; Individual liberty and free enterprise is a different animal.  

smrstars's picture

They do not eat them, just massage with their gums and bums.

Pure Evil's picture

What bothers me the most is the dialog in the twitter stream above.

Joyce Feo must have a real hard on for Hillary and Lady McFingers there.

She probably wants to sniff them to see they smell as bad as her skanky crotch.

Hoping against hope they've been up Hillary's snatch so they can all sync up their Aunt Flo's.

GeezerGeek's picture

Why are Moore's accusers being so anti-Muslim? Why hasn't the MSM berated the accusers for attacking one of the apparent tenets of Islam, namely the right of adult men to pursue, use and even marry females of a tender age. I thought all those Progressive pukes were so accepting - if Mohammed could marry a 9-yr-old (or whatever she was) what's the big deal with a guy wanting to date a teenage (17-19) girl? And how do those guys at NAMBLA, and their supporters, feel about this? Would they say it's okay for a man to date a young boy, but not a teenage girl?

[Note that I am NOT saying I agree with men dating young girls - particularly those who were once referred to as jail bait. Nor am I defending Islam.]

This country more and more make the fictional world of Idiocracy seem sane by comparison.