Roy Moore Denies Knowing Accuser Debbie Wesson Gibson . . . Gibson Then Produces Note From Moore

While I have been critical of the work of Gloria Allred and her failure to turn over the yearbook used in her press conference, I have previously stated that I found the allegations against Moore credible and largely unrebutted. I also view the allegations against Weinstein, Clinton, and Franken credible.  For that reason, I disagree with President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Moore and many are likely to find the encouragement to “Go Get’em, Roy” a bit chilling in light of the underlying allegations.

storage bin in the attic last week and inside was a scrapbook from her senior year at Etowah High School.  The graduation card was taped to a page titled “Those Who Inspire.”  She says it was written by Moore.

At a Nov. 27 campaign event, however, Moore declared “The allegations are completely false. They are malicious. Specifically, I do not know any of these women.” Two days later, he said in a church “Let me state once again: I do not know any of these women, did not date any of these women and have not engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone.”

 In an open letter to Moore published on the Alabama news site, Corfman also came forward to respond to the denial after Moore’s Nov. 27 speech. She wrote: “You sent out your spokesman to call me a liar. Day after day. Finally, last night, you did the dirty work yourself . . .What you did to me when I was 14-years old should be revolting to every person of good morals. But now you are attacking my honesty and integrity. Where does your immorality end?”

Like most of these accusers and witnesses, Gibson, 54, is a registered Republican.

The Washington Post hired a former FBI forensic examiner, Mark Songer, who compared the yearbook inscription with the newly discovered card.  He found considerable similarity in the writing but wanted to do a full examination.  Gibson dated Moore and later worked for him in his race for Circuit judge but later reconsidered the propriety of a man dating her at such a young age.  However, she appeared to have friendly and cordial relations with Moore even after she was engaged.  That can certainly be cited by Moore in his defense, but that continuing relationship conflicts with the Moore denial of knowing any of these women. Moreover, the apparent denial of pursuing girls as young as 14 is increasingly difficult to square with not just the accounts of nine women but the other neighbors and former colleagues who have come forward.

The election is one week from today.



311 thoughts on “Roy Moore Denies Knowing Accuser Debbie Wesson Gibson . . . Gibson Then Produces Note From Moore”

  1. Gibson has shown her lack of credibility. She has stated that she passed out campaign flyers for Moore’s campaign for judge but says she knew him from March-May 1981 when she went away to college. Well, if she was passing out campaign flyers, she was a year ahead of Moore because he didn’t declare his candidacy until the following June for an election in September 1982. Incidentally, Moore does not deny that he knew Gibson. He denied that he knew those who were ACCUSING him. Gibson made no accusations. As for the yearbook, the inscription could be a forgery or could be someone else’s yearbook that Nelson appropriated from somewhere. Even if Moore did sign it – which is unlikely since its a 1977 yearbook and Moore was still in law school during the 1977 school year – it only proves that he wrote in her yearbook. It doesn’t prove her claims. I would have thought better than this out of you Jon!

  2. Alred works as a pimp and won’t release the yearbook to a real expert because she knows it is false. Does anyone actually believe that Gloria would not say anything the media is paying her to say? I know the world is full of fools but it is painfully obvious that this political hack job did not do the damage she was paid to do and is back to try again. And again, and again

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