The allegations against Roy Moore are crumbling.
New information has surfaced that completely discredits one of his accusers.
And it’s a secret from her past she is trying to bury.
Ex-cop Faye Gary made national headlines when she appeared on MSNBC and claimed she was one of the cops tasked with keeping an eye on Roy Moore at Gadsden Mall because he was allegedly harassing teenage girls.
“Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former Gadsden, AL police officer Lt. Faye Gary, quoted by The New York Times last week claiming it was a “known fact” that U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore “liked young girls,” revealed those claims were based on “rumors.”
She said to host Andrea Mitchell the view of Moore at the time of his alleged inappropriate behavior was based on the “rumor mill” and “just rumors.”
“You know, the rumor mill was that he liked young girls,” she said. “You know, we were advised that he was being suspended from the mall because he would hang around the young girls that worked in the stores and had really gotten to a place where they say he was harassing them. And we were also told to watch him at the ball games and make sure that he didn’t hang around the cheerleaders.”
Moore immediately denied the accusations and his campaign produced witnesses including the mall manager and a security guard who declared Moore was never banned from the mall.
That put that fake news rumor to bed.
But now new information about Gary has surfaced and critics allege it may explain her motivation for making these accusations.
One America News Network broke the story that Gary’s brother Jimmy Wright was arrested in 1981 for dealing drugs.
Roy Moore was the prosecutor on the case and critics allege revenge may have motivated Gary to make unsubstantiated claims about Moore.
One America News Network’s report also revealed that in 1994, Judge Moore ruled against convicted drug dealer Richard Hagedorn in a case involving alimony and child support.
He was ordered to pay $50,000 in back child support and alimony.
Hagedorn’s brother is Washington Post editor David Hagedorn.
The Post is the newspaper that first reported the allegations against Moore with the flimsy story that he tried to initiate a sexual encounter with a young girl.
But Moore appears to have weathered the storm.
Polls show massive movement in his favor as Alabamians dismiss the allegations made by the Post and other liberal media outlets as politically motivated gossip and fake news.
And the credibility of his accusers continues to crumble, also boosting his chances of victory.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.