Alabama Secretary of State Launches Fraud Investigation Following Roy Moore Senate Election Loss

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill announced on Monday he was launching an investigation into potential voter fraud in the Alabama U.S. Senate special election, which took place last week.

Democrat Doug Jones won the election taking 49.9 percent of the vote to Republican Judge Roy Moore’s 48.4 percent, with approximately 20,700 votes separating the two, according to The New York Times.

Merrill explained to WALA that his office will be investigating statements made by a Doug Jones supporter at the candidate’s election night party. The unidentified man said that he and others came from around the country to vote for the Democrat.

WALA reporter Kati Weis asked him, “Why are you excited to see this victory?”

He responded, “Because, we came here all the way from different parts of the country as part of our fellowship, and all of us pitched in to vote and canvas together, and we got our boy elected!”

Merrill was asked about the man’s statement.

“Well, it’s very disconcerting when someone who’s not from Alabama says that they participated in our election, so now it’s incumbent upon us to try to identify this young man, to see what kind of role he played, if it was to simply play a canvassing roll, or if he was part of a process that went out and tried to register voters, or if he himself actually became a registered voter,” Merrill replied.

“We don’t have any evidence of people doing that, our numbers do not indicate that has happened, but when you have someone actually recorded on television saying that they voted, and that’s what he said, then we’ve got to get to the bottom of that,” the secretary of state added.

The Moore campaign has sent out multiple appeals over the last few days seeking contributions to investigate the allegations of voter fraud.

In a Tuesday email, Moore stated, “Our program to ensure the integrity of this election is up and running.”

“We’re already receiving reports of potential voter fraud and other irregularities from voters all across Alabama,” he said.

As reported by The Western Journal, Moore has not conceded the race to Jones yet.

In a video statement last week, the judge noted thousands of ballots including overseas military personnel and provisional ballots were yet to be counted.

Merrill’s office released the number of those ballots on Wednesday.

WHNT reported 366 ballots from overseas had been received and 2,888 of the 4,967 provisional ballots cast were verified and will be counted.

However, the difference will not be enough to trigger an automatic recount, even if all the ballots went to Moore. An automatic recount paid for by the state occurs only when there is a 0.5 percent difference or less between the candidates.

The Moore campaign can pay for a recount, which it would likely seek to do if evidence were found of significant voter fraud.

Merrill has indicated the election results will not be certified any earlier than Dec. 26 or later than Jan. 3.

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Evidence Suggests Judge Roy Moore’s Accusers Were Being Paid

Judge Moore has NEVER been accused of inappropriate sexual conduct in his 38 years of public service before the charges this past week.

If you missed it, earlier this week, Gloria Allred and client Beverly Young Nelson emerged from the shadows, played politics, and held a press conference in which they accused Alabama Judge Roy Moore of attempted rape more than 30 years ago.

The timing of the accusation wreaks of politics considering Moore is up for a seat in the U.S. Senate, and also seems rather odd considering that in 38 years of public service, there were no prior accusations of any inappropriate sexual misconduct.

Nevertheless, Judge Moore’s wife of 30 years, Kayla Moore, has since taken to Facebook and wrote that they are gathering evidence which suggests the accusers are being paid to speak out against her husband:

“This is the same Gloria Allred that did the very exact same thing to Trump during his campaign . Going on two months now they’ve been on a witchhunt here in Etowah County and our state advertising people to step forward with accusations and we are gathering evidence of money being paid to people who would come forward. Which is part of why we are filing suit!”

After the accusations came out against Judge Moore his polling numbers did not change, so do you think they will let…

Posted by Kayla Moore on Monday, November 13, 2017

Breaking! Roy Moore Was Just Vindicated!

According Roy Moore’s lawyer, the signature on Beverly Nelson’s yearbook does not match Judge Moore’s handwriting.

On Monday, with infamous celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred next to her, Nelson claimed Moore attempted to rape her in a car when she was 16 years old.

Two years after the attempted rape, Moore allegedly signed her yearbook in 1977.

According Roy Moore’s lawyer, the signature on Beverly Nelson’s yearbook does not match Judge Moore’s handwriting.

On Monday, with infamous celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred next to her, Nelson claimed Moore attempted to rape her in a car when she was 16 years old.

Two years after the attempted rape, Moore allegedly signed her yearbook in 1977.

“To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, D.A. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House,” Moore signed.

Below are Moore’s signatures side by side. The one on the left is from a Nelson’s yearbook and the one on the right is from a book Moore signed.

Examining the signatures closely, there are obvious differences between the two signatures.

1) The “y” at the end of Roy does not match.

2) The capital “M,” along with the following “o” in “Moore” does not match.

There are two versions of the yearbook with Moore’s signatures. The version presented by Allred on Monday was a copy and was in black and white. Below is the actual signed yearbook.

Even to a non-expert on signature forgeries, the different ink allegedly used in Roy Moore’s signature makes Nelson’s claim suspect.

In addtion to the signature discrepancies , Nelson’s stepson Darrell Nelson claims she is lying.

In the video, Darrell stated he has been following Judge Moore for a long time and believes he a good man.

My official statement

Posted by Darrel Nelson on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

WATCH: One Damning Difference Between Roy Moore & Accuser’s Testimony… Did You See It?

With the left drooling over potentially sinking Roy Moore’s run for Senate, there’s just one thing the American people should see before figuring out which side they’re going to pick. As it turns out, all you need to do is look at the testimony videos of the accused and his accuser side-by-side to see the one damning difference.

Mad World News previously reported on Beverly Young Nelson and the so-called “proof” she has to link her past to the Alabama politician who she’s now accused of rape. Unfortunately for her, it wasn’t long before the American people were calling her out as a liar, seeing how her evidence, a signature in her yearbook, was a clear-cut forgery.

However, Nelson may want to hold onto her hat because things are heating up around her as a body language expert has since analyzed the two videos showing the testimony of both Roy Moore and his accuser. Come to find out, there’s just one damning difference between the two that every American needs to see before figuring out who is telling the truth.

First, we’ll start with the clip featuring Nelson. For those unaware, she has obtained the legal counsel of parasitic lawyer Gloria Allred – a famed leech who usually represents accusers of the rich and famous. Too bad for Nelson and her representation, it looks like that forgery wasn’t the only thing they were lying about.

Body language expert Bombard exposed the truth on YouTube. Check out the video:

Nelson’s first sign of “deception,” is visible as she stiffens up while explaining how Judge Roy Moore allegedly “attacked,” her when she was a “child,” says Bombard. 

Nelson’s eye movements then demonstrate “rehearsed verbal communication,” adds Bombard.

Shortly after, Allred hugs an emotional Nelson, which Bombard believes is a form of “acting.”

Nelson, visibly nervous, can be seen staring directly at someone. Looking at a focal point during a speech helps calm nerves.

True victims of sexual harassment, especially those where the incident took places decades ago, will not burst into tears like Nelson. They will have had years to cope. [Source: The Gateway Pundit]

However, that’s not all we’ve come to see as just a few hours after the first analysis, Moore went public with his own statement. Speaking before cameras and a crowd, the entire ordeal was caught on video, allowing for Bombard to once again explain what many folks miss in situations like these:

Bombard notes Moore keeps perfect eye contact with various members of the crowd.

“He looks at everybody — that’s good!” says Bombard.

Bombard then goes on to note as Moore touches on the allegations that he’s clearly disgusted by the claims as he’s talking out of the side of his mouth.

Moore puts genuine emphasis on his words, while his speech is in-sync with his body movements.

Bombard notes Moore is not stiff while fighting back against the allegations.

He’s being genuine and looking at those who are looking at him,” adds Bombard. [Source: The Gateway Pundit]

At the end of the day, two things are true – Nelson is showing clear signs of deceit (the fact that she’s acting) while Moore is being genuine in his denial. Of course, the narrative is imploding on itself with each passing day as we’re seeing that the accusations are nothing more than a hit job meant to destroy a GOP member’s reputation and, thus, career.

Too bad for these idiots, they didn’t realize what they were up against when picking this fight as their efforts are having no real effect. Moore’s approval ratings aren’t taking a hit, and it looks like he’s going to take the seat despite the left’s bests efforts. It just goes to show that the truth always prevails – and this certainly seems to prove just that.

Exclusive: Woman Who Worked for Moore in Her Teens Shakes Left’s Narrative

By now, most of our readers have heard the allegations put forward by The Washington Post against Alabama’s former chief justice and Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore.

The report cited four different women who claimed to have been approached by a 30-something-year-old Moore when they were teenagers in the late 1970s.

The media, Democrats and even a number of establishment Republicans are now demanding that Moore step aside from his Senate run, which would essentially hand the open seat over to his Democrat opponent.

But in an exclusive interview with an executive at Conservative Tribune, a woman in Alabama identified only as “Beth” has shared her account of working with Roy Moore as a teenager, and her story differs quite a bit from the narrative put forward by the liberal media. Beth gave permission for her remarks to be shared and the only changes made were to grammar and punctuation.

“Yes, I absolutely believe (the) Judge is innocent!” Beth declared. “I’ve known him and his family for years. I was a teenager when I first started working in his campaign. And he always honored and respected me and all the others. I always felt safe around him, I never once felt uncomfortable.”

“And even if I didn’t know him personally, I would find it suspicious that these women are just now coming out with this,” she continued. “He’s been running for office for the past 17 years and been a judge for even longer. So why, if this did happen … why didn’t they come out about this before now? They’ve had plenty of chances.”

“I just find it odd with as many times as he has run for office over the past several years none of this has come out,” she added. “I don’t think it is a coincidence that all this is being said one month before the election. Polls were showing Moore way ahead of Jones, then next thing you know all this s*** is coming out.”

Beth explained how she worked closely with Moore during his first campaign to become chief justice, as it was only her and the campaign manager in the Birmingham, Alabama office, with a few others working on the campaign from Gadsden.

“So I worked real close with him,” she said. “He invited all the staff over for cookouts and dinners and stuff at his house. So if he was like that he had plenty of opportunities.”

Beth stated that she also worked on some of his other campaigns for office, though to a lesser extent than before, and noted that she stayed in touch with him and his family for years afterward, even volunteering her time at Moore’s Foundation of Moral Law.

“He even tried to hook me up with one of his lawyers that worked for him,” Beth revealed. “It did not work out, but I was close with them.”

“I went to a play with that guy and the Moore’s and others around Christmas time,” she added. “All this was years ago, but still … I know him enough to know he is not like that.”

As to why it appeared as though Moore had been targeted by a “hit piece” from the liberal media and establishment Republicans, Beth replied, “It’s because he stands up for God and biblical truths and the Constitution. They don’t want him in office because he won’t be in anybody’s pocket or their lap dog.”

This young woman worked for years with Judge Roy Moore — at times with few, if any, other people around. If Moore really was some sort of predatory older man looking to take advantage of innocent and naive teenage girls, he had all of the opportunity to do so with Beth … yet he didn’t.

Beth’s recollection of her time with Moore significantly undercuts the liberal media narrative against the judge, a narrative that was on shaky ground to begin with.

The bulk of the allegations against Moore put forth by The Post were from a woman named Leigh Corfman, who even The Post had to admit had credibility issues stemming from her turbulent background.

But on top of that, an exclusive interview from Breitbart with Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, casts even more doubt on her unverifiable story.

Corfman had claimed that she gave Moore her phone number and that he had called her to arrange a date on the phone in her bedroom. But Wells revealed that Corfman didn’t have a phone in her bedroom during that period of time.

Perhaps more troubling is Wells’ statement that Corfman never had any intentions of going public with this story, but was convinced to do so by reporters from the Post, who in their piece acknowledge interviewing Corfman at least six different times, potentially even pressuring her to speak out.

Wells made it abundantly clear that it was only because she had been contacted by reporters that she decided to publicly share her tale, and when asked about a possible motivation for doing so, Wells replied, “It wasn’t done for politics, you know. It was done for personal reasons. And it wouldn’t have been done if the reporters hadn’t contacted my daughter.”

As for the claim that “politics” played no role in her decision to speak out against Moore, some enlightening information uncovered by GotNews about Corfman’s son, Garner Polston, may undermine that claim somewhat.

A quick perusal of Polston’s social media postings revealed that he was proudly anti-Trump, made disparaging remarks about former Alabama Sen. and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and made a habit of sharing anti-law enforcement, anti-religion and pro-atheism posts from others.

Obviously, the actions of the son can’t necessarily be pinned on the mother, but she was also said to have made anti-law enforcement comments in the past, such as when police shut down a prom party her son had attended.

As for Judge Roy Moore himself, he has consistently denied the allegations put forward against him, and said they “are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign.”

Moore added, “This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation.”

As a final note, more than a few skeptical people have taken note of the timing of this story being dropped, roughly one month ahead of a critical special election and mere days after ballots had been finalized and there was no way Moore could be replaced as the Republican nominee.

Those on the right who are demanding Moore step aside from his candidacy — even as none of the allegations against him can be proven or verified — are essentially demanding that he concede defeat and hand the seat formerly occupied by Sessions to a Democrat that doesn’t represent a majority of Alabama voters.

We have seen this sort of hit job from the liberal media before — who can forget the numerous accusers against then-candidate Donald Trump a month before the election who strangely fell silent weeks later — but the people have grown wise to these kinds of shenanigans and smear pieces, and they don’t work as well as they used to anymore.

On Dec. 12, voters in Alabama will decide whether they believe Moore or his accuser from nearly 40 years ago.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter so everyone can see what this former young volunteer for Roy Moore’s political campaigns had to say about the allegations of sexual impropriety put forward against him.

What do you think of what Beth had to say about her time working with Moore? Scroll down to comment below!

Senate Republicans Condemn Roy Moore, Silent on George H.W. Bush Allegations

At least eight Republican senators have condemned Alabama Judge Roy Moore’s alleged misconduct with minors, but none of them will yet disavow former President George H.W. Bush after six women accused him of unwanted sexual contact.

The Washington Post released a story last week that alleged Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with minors. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and several other establishment lawmakers called on Roy Moore to drop out the race after hearing the accusations.

On Monday, McConnell called on Moore to step down. He added, “I believe the women.”

Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Steve Daines (R-MT) rescinded their endorsement of Judge Moore. Sen. Lee once called Moore a “proven, conservative fighter” and a “trusted ally.” Lee said after the Washington Post‘s story broke, “Having read the detailed description of the incidents, as well as the response from Judge Moore and his campaign, I can no longer endorse his candidacy for the U.S. Senate.”

Sen. Daines once said that Moore was a “principled conservative.”

Texas woman Roslyn Corrigan became the sixth woman to claim that she was groped by former President George H.W. Bush. Corrigan claimed that she was 16 when the incident occurred.

Corrigan told Time magazine, “My initial action was absolute horror. I was really, really confused. The first thing I did was look at my mom and, while he was still standing there, I didn’t say anything. What does a teenager say to the ex-president of the United States? Like, ‘Hey dude, you shouldn’t have touched me like that?’”

The following Senate Republican offices did not respond to a request for comment asking whether they plan to condemn George H.W. Bush’s alleged sexual assault:

  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
  • Mike Lee
  • Steve Daines
  • John McCain (R-AZ)
  • Pat Toomey (R-PA)
  • Lisa Murkowksi (R-AK)
  • Jeff Flake (R-AZ)
  • John Cornyn (R-TX)

All of the offices condemned Roy Moore’s alleged actions after the Post released their story.

Alabama Judge Roy Moore denied the Washington Post’s allegations, and on Sunday he revealed that he plans to sue Washington Post for its series of hit pieces against him. Moore said, “This article is a prime example of fake news and an attempt to divert attention from the true issues facing our country like health care, immigration, tax reform, military readiness, and the national debt. We do not intend to let the Democrats, we do not intend to let the establishment Republicans, we do not intend to let anybody prevent us from finishing this race. We expect the people of Alabama to see through this charade, and we will continue our efforts.”

Breaking: Woman Says She Was Offered Big Money By The WashPo to Accuse Roy Moore of Misconduct

Kirsters Baish| Allegations of sexual misconduct against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore have come in recently. The allegations claim that Moore had sexual relations with an underage female around 40 years ago. More reports have come to the surface that are bringing the bizarre story to an entirely new level.

The Washington Post reported on Thursday allegations about an incident involving Moore that took place in 1979 between Moore (who was 39 at the time) and a 14-year-old girl. 

A Twitter user named Doug Lewis posted on his page that a family friend had reached out to him about the situation. Lewis’s profile shows him as a Trump supporter and a Navy veteran. The woman, who is remaining anonymous, apparently told Lewis that a Washington Post reporter who was called “Beth” had offered to pay the woman a large sum of money if she wold accuse GOP candidate Moore of the crime.

Lewis’s tweet read, “A family friend who lives in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offered her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore.”

In later tweets, Lewis continued to report that the family friend had photographs of the reporter who reached out to her. She had even recorded the phone conversation. Lewis explained that he told the family friend to bring the recording and the photograph to her local district attorney’s office. He also insisted that she make a copy of both the recording and the photo for herself as back up.

JustBrenda, another Twitter user, wrote a response to Lewis’s tweet. She stated that she “wouldn’t be surprised” if the allegations about the reporter stood to be true. She went on to say that anyone who makes up sexual offenses “make things harder” for real victims.

Lewis wrote a response to JustBrenda explaining hat he would “find out” the truth. He also stated that “Jean,” who we can only assume to be the family friend, had spoken to the Etowah County District Attorney about the evidence that she had obtained. According to Lewis, someone from the office was sent to pick up the phone call. 

Bradd Powless, another user on Twitter, told Lewis that he should report the occurrence to the FBI as well as the Secret Service.

Lewis wrote back to Powless explaining that he had already done so, but “Jean” didn’t trust the agencies so she chose to talk to her local law enforcement.

“Can’t blame her with FBI in stories every day,” Lewis added.

It is important that while these allegations haven’t been proven true or disproven to be true, there may be bits and pieces that are accurate. There have been so many reports of sexual misconduct these days that it is important that all evidence and reports be investigated properly so the people of America can find out the truth.

Moore has come forward to say that the allegations of sexual misconduct are false.

Moore spoke to Newsweek and stated, “These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and The Washington Post on this campaign. After over 40 years of public service, if any of these allegations were true, they surely would have been made public long before now.”

The Alabama special election is only a few weeks away. By December 12th people will be voting, so Moore only has a limited amount of time to prove the allegations to be false. He must reassure conservative voters that he is the right choice for Senate now that former Senator and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions is gone.

Let’s hope the truth comes out in time for voters to be able to make a rational decision.

RINO McConnell Will Do Everything He Needs To Stop Moore From Winning The Senate Seat!

Traitor Republicans like Mitch McConnel will do everything in their power to stop Roy Moore from winning the Alabama Senate seat.

Moore denied all the charges as he said that he will reveal the real motivations behind the WaPo hit piece soon.

Axios reported that:

They’ve also weighed asking Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey to delay the Dec. 12 election to early next year. But she has already pushed it back once after she assumed the role of governor in April when her predecessor was removed, and this option would likely inspire Moore and his team to file a lawsuit in court.

report from the New York Times indicates that Mitch McConnel may not seat Roy Moore even if he wins the election.

Republican senators and their advisers, in a flurry of phone calls, emails and text messages, discussed fielding a write-in candidate, pushing Alabama’s governor to delay the Dec. 12 special election or even not seating Mr. Moore at all should he be elected. In an interview, Senator Mitch McConnel of Kentucky, the majority leader, declined to say whether he would agree to seat Mr. Moore should he win. Mr. McConnel deferred a question about a possible write-in campaign by Senator Luther Strange, the current occupant of the seat to Mr. Strange.

This so-called ”tactic” has been criticized by various people. One of them was Democrat Senator from Hawaii Brian Schartz as he blasted this decision saying that it is against the law to delay an election just because you are likely to lose.

We know that our political enemies are the Democrats, but actions like these by some traitor Republicans, teach us that we need to clean up our party so it can lead America in a right direction with fewer problems.

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Exclusive — Alabama Polls: Judge Roy Moore Maintains Double Digit Lead Over Democrat Doug Jones Before, After WaPo Smear

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Two new polls demonstrate that GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore remains unaffected entirely by smears in the Washington Post against him, and his lead before the Post piece on Thursday afternoon remains intact.

One of the polls, which were both provided by the pollster to Breitbart News exclusively on Saturday evening, was conducted on Thursday morning before the publication of the Postpiece that afternoon. The second one was conducted on Sunday evening. Together, they show Judge Moore’s lead over Democrat Doug Jones has been virtually unaffected since the Post story came out.

The first survey, which was conducted entirely before noon local time on Thursday, shows Moore leading Jones by 50 percent to 39.2 percent with 10.8 percent undecided. That survey of 1,354 likely voters in the upcoming Dec. 12 special election has a margin of error of 3.5 percent.

The second survey, conducted Saturday evening—two days after the Post piece hit, roiling Alabama’s political scene—shows Moore and Jones with about the exact same percentages as before. Moore’s position in this second poll is 49.8 percent—meaning he only dropped 0.2 percent since the story hit—and Jones has only picked up 0.4 percent to reach 39.6 percent total. The second survey, which polled 1,536 likely voters with a margin of error of 3.3 percent, has 10.5 percent as undecided.

“The polling between Thursday morning and Saturday showed far less movement than I originally expected,” pollster John Wahl told Breitbart News. “The controversy surrounding the Washington Post article seems to have galvanized the support of both candidates, but not changed the actual percentages in a significant manner. The Moore campaign has already weathered a considerable amount of political attacks during this campaign season, and I expect most of his lightest support to have blown off during these attacks. His current support level is holding fairly steady.”

Wahl is a local Alabama pollster, based in the state, and is regarded for his accuracy in the state. The pollster’s firm, WT&S Consulting, did some work for Moore’s campaign in the primary and runoff—but these polls, Breitbart News has confirmed, were not commissioned by Moore’s campaign and were conducted independently. That said, WT&S Consulting nailed the runoff numbers accurately. Its last poll, the day before the runoff election, showed Moore crushing establishment-backed appointed Sen. Luther Strange 54.3 percent to 45.7 percent—an 8.6 percent gap. The final election results were 54.6 percent for Moore to 45.4 percent for Strange—or a 9.2 percent gap.

“The voters of Alabama know Roy Moore and what he stands for. Alabama is also a very red state where any Republican candidate is going to have a very high floor to start with,” Wahl told Breitbart News. “So far it seems the people of Alabama believe Roy Moore is more credible than the Washington Post.

These polls come after reports from a number of news outlets—including a local ABC News affiliate, national NBC News, CNN, and others—have trouble finding anyone in Alabama who actually believes the Washington Post story.


Breaking! Phony Roy Moore Accuser Pulls A Hillary! Hits Delete on Everything!

Deborah Wesson Gibson, the woman who alleges that she engaged in a legal and consensual but inappropriate relationship with Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore has deleted multiple political postings from her Facebook page, including anti-Roy Moore articles, and rants about removing President Trump from office.


In the posting about Biden, Gibson wrote that she was “honored to interpret for Vice President Biden in the Fall of 2012!” Gibson owns Signs of Excellence, LLC, a sign language interpretation company that advertises it is based in Florida and Alabama.

In one deleted posting saved by Breitbart News, she shared the image of her with Biden in response to a posting from the campaign page of Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones:

Gibson also removed posts associated with Moore.

In October 13, she shared a link to a New York Magazine article titled, “Democrats Have a Real Chance to Beat Roy Moore—They Should Take It.

Another scrubbed anti-Moore post from that same day featured an article from the far-left Daily Kos website titled, “Alabama’s U.S. Senate candidate said Sandy Hook massacre happened because ‘we’ve forgotten God’s law’”:

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