Democrats and the attack dogs in the media are out for blood.
They are firing off smears and unsubstantiated gossip in an all-out effort to defeat Judge Moore.
But Moore produced the one piece of evidence that just proved his innocence.
The media and swamp creatures in D.C. were dancing for joy as one woman stepped forward to claim Moore tried to rape her when she was a teenager.
Beverly Nelson – who is represented by radical feminist lawyer Gloria Allred – made these explosive claims in a news conference and claimed that Roy Moore signed here yearbook in 1977.
But there were two problems with her claims that the Moore campaign alleged proved she was not telling the truth.
First, Nelson states she had no contract with Moore after that attempted rape in 1977.
That is not true.
Moore was the Judge assigned to her divorce in 1999.
Second, Moore also declared in an open letter that the signature in the yearbook was forged.
The Blaze reports:
“There are a couple of things you need to look at. Look at the ‘1977’ after ‘Merry Christmas,’ look at those two sevens,” Jauregui told the media assembled. “And then look below at the ’77’ and I want to ask you do you think it was written by the same person?”
“I want you to look at ‘old hickory house,’ which they say Judge Moore wrote,” he continued. “Judge Moore there’s no way in the world that’s his handwriting. And I want you to look at it, look at some other handwriting of his, make your own determination, that’s what our expert will be doing, but for now, I’m asking you all to take a look. Use your judgement.”
“And then finally, after Judge Moore’s signature it has the initials capital D period, A period,” he continued. “Remember when I told you about that ’99 divorce action? Judge Moore looked at that “D.A.” after his signature which they allege was because he was the district attorney, well he wasn’t, he was the assistant district attorney.”
“But Judge Moore says he can’t ever remember signing his name with “D.A.” after it, but he had seen it before,” he explained. “You know where he had seen it? When he was on the bench, his assistant, whose initials are capital D period, A period, Delber Adams, would stamp his signature on documents and then put capital D period, A period. That’s exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed, dismissing the divorce action with Ms. Nelson.”
“Knowing these things, I have a question, Gloria Allred and Ms. Nelson, do you still hold that everything written in that yearbook was written by Judge Moore, or was it written by someone else?” he asked pointedly. “That’s not an allegation, that’s a question.”
“And finally we demand that you immediately release the yearbook to a neutral custodian,” he said, “so that our expert can look at it.”
You can read Moore’s entire open letter below.
— Judge Roy Moore (@MooreSenate) November 15, 2017
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