Shocking new claims have come out that an Editor at the Washington Post may have helped launch the smear campaign against Alabama’s Republican Senate candidate, the beloved Judge Roy Moore.
Just 2 weeks ahead of the Alabama Senate race, One America News uncovers shocking ties between Roy Moore accusers and a major news organization. One America’s Pearson Sharp has the exclusive report and reveals how one woman’s ties to drug dealers throws her whole story into question. In an exclusive report, says Moore’s accusers have ties to drug dealers and the Washington Post. The accuser, retired Alabama police officer Faye Gray, claims she was responsible for keeping an eye on Moore at the Gadsden Mall because he would make unwanted sexual advancements on young women.
OAN says its “own research revealed no truth behind the claims against Moore at the mall.”
Judge Roy Moore is under siege after the Washington Post published sexual advancement allegations against the Alabama GOP Senate candidate. On November 9th, the Washington Post accused Judge Moore of dating a 14 year-old girl in 1979. Judge Moore has denied the claims. While the link between the Moore allegation and David Hagedorn isn’t clear, the connection is highly coincidental, says OAN.
Roy Moore has continued to deny this and there has been zero proof of these claims. As if that isn’t bad enough, several of the other claims against Roy Moore have been proven to have also been fabricated or at minimal lack any evidence to support the allegations.
One of the woman being represented by Gloria Allred, Beverly Young, has been discredited and accused of forging the signature in a yearbook she presented as “evidence” against the Judge