What did I tell you?

A few weeks ago, writing about the allegations of sexual misconduct against Roy Moore, I said:

I don’t know whether the allegations against Roy Moore are true or false. Nevertheless, the way in which his accusers have chosen this, of all times, to come forward, stinks to high heaven of political opportunism, particularly given the fact that they could have done so at any time in the past four decades. The fact that some choose to believe their allegations, despite no evidence whatsoever to corroborate them, is a sign of the current moral and ethical sickness of our society.

I’m forced to conclude that political operators are capitalizing on what’s been called the “Weinstein Effect“, and are using it as a tool to damage Roy Moore (and presumably, in the near future, other political opponents). Unless and until hard evidence, usable in court, is presented against Roy Moore, I shall continue to believe that, rather than the allegations against him.

There’s more at the link.

Well, guess what?

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[s] the enormous significance of her deceit.

Again, more at the link.

Like I said . . .



  1. This should be charged criminally, like filing a false rape report (hey, wait, it is…)

    But most agencies are very reluctant to file charges against a false claim. Especially the ones that have their 'balls' firmly in control of the feminists.

    Agency I used to work for never charged, once a female captain was put in charge of the detectives. I am talking about the blatant false reports, not the he said-she said ones.

    Now if Judge Moore would manage not to insert his foot into his mouth by being able to be linked to the "Slavery is great" statements… Wait. Sigh. Yet another story that we have to determine if it is fake news.

    And, yeah, Gloria A-hole should be charged also.

  2. The problem I have with all these "Me Too" types is also the same one I have with the "Black Lives Matter" crowd:
    The way a lot of those who feel "marginalized" are always so convinced they hold the monopoly on being the victims of a mass "organized persecution" stratagem.
    Like they are somehow the first ones in the history of mankind to suffer discrimination, prejudice and exploitation. As if the type of situations they routinely encounter are so unprecedented.

  3. If the charges had come out during either the primary campaign or after the election, I might have given them more credence – not "he must be guilty" but "I think it should be investigated".

    As it is, the timing was perfect – wait until a Republican candidate was chosen, then smear him with vague and hard-to-disprove charges in hopes that enough people will refuse to vote for him that the election might swing in the Democrat candidate's favor.

    Even if – unlikely, in my view – they could be proven, after the election, he could always – a la Franken – resign. But that, of course, would have a Republican Senator appointed to fill the rest of the term.

  4. Hey Peter;

    All I can say is that this "sexual allegations blew up on the democrats, they were sure that the innuendo would be enough to sink Roy Moore, but surprise, surprise, surprise, he fought back and the same time that the Weinstein stuff and other sexual escapades have hit the headlines. Now the Genie is out of the bottle, there is more Democrats falling to this by far than republicans because the GOP was held to a higher standard because of the duplicity of the media.

  5. Cant stand Roy Moore, he's a sanctimonious SOB.
    I voted for Mo Brooks in the primary and stayed home for the runoff.
    Was intending to blow off the election itself, but have come to the conclusion that I cannot.
    I will put my personal feelings aside, hold my nose, and do my small part to deny the Democrats a shot at taking back the Senate.
    As far as these charges against Moore go, isn't there supposed to be a statute of limitations in this country for most crimes?
    Moore has been a figure of some controversy for a good many years in Alabama. There is only one reason that women would suddenly remember things from 40 years ago, and it has nothing to do with justice under the law.

  6. The issues I have with so many of these allegations are time and actual evidence. What evidence is there? Written or audio confessions? A semen splattered dress or befouled cigar perhaps? Pictures or video evidence? No? Hmmm.

    Then there is the issue of time. If you didn't immediately go to the police and file a report and get a sexual assault exam done then I have difficulty in believing your story. It's the word of one person against another without evidence.

    With many of these Hollywood women they took money from, paraded around with, embraced and posed smiling for pictures with and worked with their alleged rapists for years-decades after the alleged assault. As a female acquaintance noted about Rose McWhoever "You took thousands of dollars for sex and didn't go to the police. It doesn't make you a victim dear, it makes you a high priced prostitute."

    What angers me about so many of these accusations is that they minimize and trivialize actual violent sexual assault. A hellish horrible thing that is life altering for the victim and damn disturbing for those who are witness to the aftermath.

  7. Without regard to the truth or falsity of the allegations, we still know–beyond doubt–that he is a liar. To wit:
    In his November 10 interview with Sean Hannity, Moore said he remembered Gloria Deason and Debbie Gibson, who told The Washington Post he had dated them when they were teenagers and he was a local prosecutor in his 30s. Although he did not recall dating them, Moore said, "I'm not going to dispute anything." He described Deason, who said she dated him when she was 18, as "a good girl." He said he knew "her parents, her mother in particular." He denied her account that he gave her wine in restaurants before she turned 19, then the minimum drinking age in Alabama, claiming (falsely) that it was not possible because Etowah County was dry at the time. Regarding Gibson, who told the Post she dated Moore when she was 17, he said, "I know her, but don't remember going out on dates. I knew her as a friend. If we did go out on dates, then we did."

    Last week, in two separate campaign appearances, Moore changed his story. "The allegations are completely false," he said on November 27 in Henagar. "They are malicious. Specifically, I do not know any of these women." He repeated that blanket denial on November 29 in Theodore: "I do not know any of these women, did not date any of these women, and have not engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone."
    [emphasis mine]

    Neither one of them has any credibility at this point.

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