HOAX: Moore accuser admits she FABRICATED part of the yearbook inscription as disgraced ABC News gets caught in another LIE

Saturday, December 09, 2017 by

Beverly Nelson, who claimed that Alabama Republican Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore made sexual advances towards her as a teenager, has now admitted that she forged at least part of an entry into a yearbook she used to substantiate her initial claims.

And what’s more, ABC News, that disgrace of a network, is doing all it can to help Nelson cover up her lie with more fake news.

As noted by Breitbart, Nelson admitted during an interview with the network that she added to an inscription in the yearbook that she still claims Moore signed. But ABC News’ “Good Morning America” program covered it up by saying that Nelson “admits she did make notes to the inscription” — in other words, it was never signed by Moore in the way she claimed.

Worse, the network’s “reporter,” Tom Llamas, was leading Nelson through the entire interview.

“Beverly, he signed your yearbook,” he said.

“He did sign it,” she answered.

“And you made notes underneath,” Llamas responded.

“Yes,” she said.

Notes Breitbart:

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.

At issue regarding the signature, as noted by The National Sentinel, was the way in which it was signed: “Roy Moore, D.A.” Moore, a district attorney at the time Nelson claims he signed her yearbook and was making sexual advances, along with his attorneys, have claimed that he never put the letters “D.A.” after his signatures.


That’s what led his campaign attorney, Phillip L. Jauregui, to demand that Nelson’s attorney, Gloria Allred, release the yearbook so it could be forensically examined.

“We demand that you immediately release the yearbook to a neutral custodian so that our expert and, you can send your expert as well, so that our expert can look at it, not a copy on the internet,” Jauregui said last month.

“The actual document so we can see the lettering. We can see the ink on the page. We can see the indentations and we can see how old is that ink. Is it 40 years old or is it a week old?”

I’m thinking now it’s closer to a week after Nelson admitted that she “added” to Moore’s alleged inscription, an admission that destroys the credibility of her entire story (and others’ stories about Moore as well).

As for ABC News, Llamas didn’t bother to ask Nelson any follow-up questions like, “If the explanation is this simple, why wait all these weeks to offer it?” Or, “Why did you lie?” (Related: Cruz hits Dems for hypocrisy over Roy Moore, Franken sex allegations.)

Nelson has accused Moore of attempting to sexually assault her when she was 16 years old. And now, with the special election just a few days away, her admission could not come at a better time for Moore, who has had a difficult time fending off the allegations, which include kissing and inappropriately touching a 14-year-old girl, Leigh Corfman, when he was 32.

But Nelson always had a motive to lie about Moore: As a circuit judge in 1999, he ruled against her in a divorce case.

As for Corfman, she may be the most credible of all the accusers, yet even her story is riddled with question marks. For example, she claims that because of Moore’s alleged abuse, she lived a troubled life of “drinking, drugs, boyfriends and a suicide attempt.” Those claims are directly refuted by contemporaneous court records.

Regarding ABC, this is the second time in as many weeks that the network has either churned out fake news or has otherwise harmed its credibility. Earlier this month the network suspended a ‘star’ reporter, Brian Ross, after he reported that former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn was asked by his boss to contact Russian officials during last year’s campaign.


In actuality, Flynn was asked to contact Russian officials, but that was only after Trump won the November election. And since it’s normal for transition teams to make contact with foreign governments, no Russian ‘collusion’ proof, which is what Ross was going for.

Little by little, the believability of Moore’s accusers — and the disgusting media supporting them — is vanishing.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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