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The Today Show had a very unusual guest on today. They invited the first woman who claimed Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore had touched her inappropriately when she was 14 years old, which would mean that he was 40 at the time. There was two woman who came out and accused Moore of the most auspicious time. The first “Victim” was Beverly Young Nelson, whose accusations were debunked multiple times, first when a body language analyst came out and said that her movements were rehearsed, then her son broke silence saying:

This woman is lying, I love her but she has no right to smear an honest man that I admire”

Now we have Leigh Corfman, whose interview with Savannah Guthrie, puts her validity to her claims in question. Why come out now after decades have passed? In the interview of Today with Savannah Guthrie, Leigh Corfman speaks out about her accusations against Roy Moore, and why she did not come out publicly about this whole ordeal but chose to stay silent and tell them right before the GOP Senate election. Here is the Video:

WATCH: @savannahguthrie's full interview with Roy Moore's 1st accuser, Leigh Corfman, who says Moore sexually abused her when she was 14

“I wouldn’t exactly call it a date. I would say it was a meet. At 14 I was not dating. At 14, I was not able to make that kind of choices,” she said.

Corfman said the second time she went to Moore’s house, he laid out blankets on his living room floor and “proceeded to, um, seduce me, I guess you would say.” He removed most of her clothing, left the room and then returned wearing only in his “white underwear.”

“He touched me over my clothing, what was left of it, and he tried to get me to touch him as well,” she recalled.    

Corfman stated that she did not realize what was happening and that she had been molested at first because it was not a part of her vocabulary. This interview got a lot of responses on Twitter:

Now we know why the Post included other, legal relationships in their story about Roy Moore's original accuser. "[S]he told the paper's reporters that 'if they found additional people, that I would tell my story. And they found those people,' she said.https://www.today.com/news/roy-moore-accuser-leigh-corfman-shares-why-she-went-public-t119062 

Her story just does not add up. There are multiple flunks and irregularities in it. Surely a traumatic experience like getting “assaulted” is hard to forget, especially by such a prominent figure as Judge Roy Moore. Instead, she said today that he removed most of her clothing then left the room and came back in his underwear. In the WaPo story, she said he left the room came back in his underwear and then undressed her.

These accusers need to get their stories straight. They seem to be a blunder when the time comes to present their case. We have to put a stop to all of this, once and for all. We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics. Share this post and comment below ‘I Stand With Moore’ if you support him.


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francee89
by Gold Member on Nov. 20, 2017 at 10:43 PM
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“We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”?

When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress?

The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.
MissAndree
by Ronita on Nov. 20, 2017 at 10:50 PM
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Jesus Christ. What has to be wrong with a person to post this?
Billiejeens
by The Librarian on Nov. 20, 2017 at 11:02 PM
Any and all of those

Quoting francee89: “We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”?

When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress?

The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.
francee89
by Gold Member on Nov. 20, 2017 at 11:13 PM
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We clearly have different definitions of “good man” then, since a law-breaking bigoted theocrat with frankly insane views doesn’t fit any rational definition of the term.

Quoting Billiejeens: Any and all of those

Quoting francee89: “We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”?

When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress?

The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.
msb64
by Platinum Member on Nov. 20, 2017 at 11:15 PM
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"Share this post and comment below ‘I Stand With Moore’ if you support him"

Well OP, I guess we know where you stand.

BmoreRavens
by Silver Member on Nov. 20, 2017 at 11:49 PM
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Quoting francee89: “We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”? When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress? The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, of course.

And if people have to be perfect to be considered - a good man/woman - worthy of being leaders then no one is worthy.

EXCLUSIVE – Mother of Roy Moore Accuser Contradicts Key Detail of Daughter’s Sexual Misconduct Story

Birmingham, ALABAMA — The mother of Leigh Corfman, who says that Alabama Senatorial Candidate Roy Moore tried to engage in a sexual encounter with her when she was 14, has contradicted a key detail of Corfman’s story.

Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, 71, says that her daughter did not have a phone in her bedroom during the period that Moore is reported to have allegedly called Corfman – purportedly on Corfman’s bedroom phone – to arrange at least one encounter.

Moore strongly denies Corfman’s claims.

The Washington Post, which first published its newsmaking, on-the-record interview with Corfman last week, cited Corfman as remembering that she provided Moore with her number when she was 14. She said that she spoke to Moore from what she described as the phone in her bedroom.

Citing Corfman, the Post reported:

After her mother went into the courtroom, Corfman says, Moore asked her where she went to school, what she liked to do and whether he could call her sometime. She remembers giving him her number and says he called not long after. She says she talked to Moore on her phone in her bedroom, and they made plans for him to pick her up at Alcott Road and Riley Street, around the corner from her house.

Soon after, Corfman said, he called again and picked her up again at the same spot.

Later on, Corfman described a third phone call:

She says that after their last encounter, Moore called again, but that she found an excuse to avoid seeing him. She says that at some point during or soon after her meetings with Moore, she told two friends in vague terms that she was seeing an older man.

Corfman clearly claimed she spoke to Moore on what she said was “her phone in her bedroom” on at least one of those occasions. The Post did not specify whether the second or third alleged calls purportedly took place on a bedroom phone.

Wells, Corfman’s mother, was asked by Breitbart News: “Back then did she have her own phone in her room or something?”

“No,” she replied matter-of-factly. “But the phone in the house could get through to her easily.”

The Post story relies heavily on Corfman’s memory and her ability to recount events consistently.

The newspaper reported that “Corfman described her story consistently in six interviews with The Post.”

The Post story uses the word “remembers” 10 times when quoting or paraphrasing Corfman.

Here are those 10 times:

1: The Post cited Corfman thusly: “’I wanted it over with — I wanted out,’ she remembers thinking.”

This detail related to Corfman’s claim that Moore drove her to his house, removed his own clothes besides his underwear, took off her shirt and guided her hand to his underwear.

2: During the initial alleged encounter, when Corfman said that Moore was watching her while Corfman’s mother went into the courtroom, the Post reported, “She remembers giving him her number and says he called not long after.”

3: “I remember the further I got from my house, the more nervous I got,” Corfman was quoted as saying when she recalled the alleged drive with Moore from her house.

5 – 7: The Post used the word three times when citing Corfman in the following paragraph:

She remembers an unpaved driveway. She remembers going inside and him giving her alcohol on this visit or the next, and that at some point she told him she was 14. She says they sat and talked. She remembers that Moore told her she was pretty, put his arm around her and kissed her, and that she began to feel nervous and asked him to take her home, which she says he did.

8 – Referring to the alleged sexual encounter, the Post reported:

She remembers that Moore kissed her, that he took off her pants and shirt, and that he touched her through her bra and underpants. She says that he guided her hand to his underwear and that she yanked her hand back.

9 – In that same encounter, the Post relates:

She remembers thinking, “I don’t want to do this” and “I need to get out of here.” She says that she got dressed and asked Moore to take her home, and that he did.

Meanwhile, Wells said that she and her daughter stick by the Post’s story. “It’s truthful and it was researched very well,” she said.

Asked if she could remember Moore, then a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, allegedly asking to watch her daughter in 1979 while Wells went into a courtroom, Wells recounted the story essentially the same way she told it to the Post.

Wells told this reporter: “We were sitting in the hall. He came up and started talking to us. We were sitting on a bench waiting to go into court. He said, you know, ‘What are you doing.’ You know, we told him. He is Roy Moore. And he said, ‘You don’t want her to go in there and hear all of the bickering.’ And I said, ‘No.’ He said, ‘I will be glad to stay out here with her and bring her in if she needs to come in.’ And so that is the way it started.”

“Probably if it were in today’s times that never would have happened,” Wells added. “He sounded like someone that I could trust and we were there in the courthouse.”

Corfman described her own troubled background to the Post, including three divorces, bankruptcies and a history of drug abuse.

The Post related:

She says that her teenage life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.

As the years went on, Corfman says, she did not share her story about Moore partly because of the trouble in her life. She has had three divorces and financial problems. While living in Arizona, she and her second husband started a screen-printing business that fell into debt. They filed for bankruptcy protection three times, once in 1991 with $139,689 in unpaid claims brought by the Internal Revenue Service and other creditors, according to court records.

Moore strongly denied Corfman’s claims. “These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign,” Moore said in immediate response to the Post’s story.

Moore’s campaign said in a statement, “This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation.”

The campaign pointed out that Moore has been married to his wife, Kayla, for nearly 33 years and has four children and five grandchildren. It also noted that Moore has served in public office in the past and that no such allegations were previously made.

The statement said:

The Judge has been a candidate in four hotly-contested statewide political contests, twice as a gubernatorial candidate and twice as a candidate for chief justice. He has been a three-time candidate for local office, and he has been a national figure in two ground-breaking, judicial fights over religious liberty and traditional marriage.

“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 statement continued.

On Saturday, Moore further addressed the allegations:

“Now I want to address something that some people have come here to hear about,” Moore said at a local campaign event. “Shortly after becoming the Republican nominee for the United States Senate, the Washington Post began an attack on the Foundation for Moral Law, on my wife, and on me. For weeks, we read about my salary which they distorted, about taxes where they said we were paid money we never got. But we endured that.”

“Later, they came out and endorsed my opponent in this race,” he continued. “Just two days ago, the Washington Post published yet another attack on my character and reputation in a desperate attempt to stop my political campaign for the United States Senate. These attacks about a minor are completely false and untrue about something that happened nearly 40 years ago. But more than being completely false and untrue, they are very hurtful to me personally.”

“I wanted to make it clear to the media present and the people present, I have not provided alcoholic beverages—beer or anything else—to a minor. I have not been guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone,” he declared. “These allegations came only four and a half weeks before the general election on Dec. 12. Why now?”

“For forty years I have been closely scrutinized in the press and the public media. I have had investigations by the attorney general, I’ve had investigations by the judicial inquiry commission on more than one occasion, I’ve had investigations by the court of the judiciary, I’ve been in five statewide campaigns in which they do opposition research—they do investigations, as you can see in every one I’ve ever run—and three county elections and two major controversies over religious liberty and the Ten Commandments and same-sex marriage,” he continued. “I’ve been investigated more than any other person in this country. That grown women would wait forty years to come right before an election to bring charges is absolutely unbelievable.”


BmoreRavens
by Silver Member on Nov. 20, 2017 at 11:53 PM
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Quoting msb64:

"Share this post and comment below ‘I Stand With Moore’ if you support him"

Well OP, I guess we know where you stand.

Clearly, I did not write the article.

I'll stand with whomever is telling the truth; which is yet to be determined.

You guessed wrong.

francee89
by Gold Member on Nov. 21, 2017 at 12:03 AM
No one is demanding perfection. I’m simply asking when, exactly, he was a “good man” in his decades long career of being an outspoken, law-disrespecting, bigoted homophobe?

That’s Breitbart’s definition of a “key detail”? Lol. Are they under the impression phone cords couldn’t stretch into a bedroom?

Quoting BmoreRavens:

Quoting francee89: “We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”?

When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress?

The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, of course.

And if people have to be perfect to be considered - a good man/woman - worthy of being leaders then no one is worthy.

EXCLUSIVE – Mother of Roy Moore Accuser Contradicts Key Detail of Daughter’s Sexual Misconduct Story

Birmingham, ALABAMA — The mother of Leigh Corfman, who says that Alabama Senatorial Candidate Roy Moore tried to engage in a sexual encounter with her when she was 14, has contradicted a key detail of Corfman’s story.

Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, 71, says that her daughter did not have a phone in her bedroom during the period that Moore is reported to have allegedly called Corfman – purportedly on Corfman’s bedroom phone – to arrange at least one encounter.

Moore strongly denies Corfman’s claims.

The Washington Post, which first published its newsmaking, on-the-record interview with Corfman last week, cited Corfman as remembering that she provided Moore with her number when she was 14. She said that she spoke to Moore from what she described as the phone in her bedroom.

Citing Corfman, the Post reported:

After her mother went into the courtroom, Corfman says, Moore asked her where she went to school, what she liked to do and whether he could call her sometime. She remembers giving him her number and says he called not long after. She says she talked to Moore on her phone in her bedroom, and they made plans for him to pick her up at Alcott Road and Riley Street, around the corner from her house.

Soon after, Corfman said, he called again and picked her up again at the same spot.

Later on, Corfman described a third phone call:

She says that after their last encounter, Moore called again, but that she found an excuse to avoid seeing him. She says that at some point during or soon after her meetings with Moore, she told two friends in vague terms that she was seeing an older man.

Corfman clearly claimed she spoke to Moore on what she said was “her phone in her bedroom” on at least one of those occasions. The Post did not specify whether the second or third alleged calls purportedly took place on a bedroom phone.

Wells, Corfman’s mother, was asked by Breitbart News: “Back then did she have her own phone in her room or something?”

“No,” she replied matter-of-factly. “But the phone in the house could get through to her easily.”

The Post story relies heavily on Corfman’s memory and her ability to recount events consistently.

The newspaper reported that “Corfman described her story consistently in six interviews with The Post.”

The Post story uses the word “remembers” 10 times when quoting or paraphrasing Corfman.

Here are those 10 times:

1: The Post cited Corfman thusly: “’I wanted it over with — I wanted out,’ she remembers thinking.”

This detail related to Corfman’s claim that Moore drove her to his house, removed his own clothes besides his underwear, took off her shirt and guided her hand to his underwear.

2: During the initial alleged encounter, when Corfman said that Moore was watching her while Corfman’s mother went into the courtroom, the Post reported, “She remembers giving him her number and says he called not long after.”

3: “I remember the further I got from my house, the more nervous I got,” Corfman was quoted as saying when she recalled the alleged drive with Moore from her house.

5 – 7: The Post used the word three times when citing Corfman in the following paragraph:

She remembers an unpaved driveway. She remembers going inside and him giving her alcohol on this visit or the next, and that at some point she told him she was 14. She says they sat and talked. She remembers that Moore told her she was pretty, put his arm around her and kissed her, and that she began to feel nervous and asked him to take her home, which she says he did.

8 – Referring to the alleged sexual encounter, the Post reported:

She remembers that Moore kissed her, that he took off her pants and shirt, and that he touched her through her bra and underpants. She says that he guided her hand to his underwear and that she yanked her hand back.

9 – In that same encounter, the Post relates:

She remembers thinking, “I don’t want to do this” and “I need to get out of here.” She says that she got dressed and asked Moore to take her home, and that he did.

Meanwhile, Wells said that she and her daughter stick by the Post’s story. “It’s truthful and it was researched very well,” she said.

Asked if she could remember Moore, then a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, allegedly asking to watch her daughter in 1979 while Wells went into a courtroom, Wells recounted the story essentially the same way she told it to the Post.

Wells told this reporter: “We were sitting in the hall. He came up and started talking to us. We were sitting on a bench waiting to go into court. He said, you know, ‘What are you doing.’ You know, we told him. He is Roy Moore. And he said, ‘You don’t want her to go in there and hear all of the bickering.’ And I said, ‘No.’ He said, ‘I will be glad to stay out here with her and bring her in if she needs to come in.’ And so that is the way it started.”

“Probably if it were in today’s times that never would have happened,” Wells added. “He sounded like someone that I could trust and we were there in the courthouse.”

Corfman described her own troubled background to the Post, including three divorces, bankruptcies and a history of drug abuse.

The Post related:

She says that her teenage life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.

As the years went on, Corfman says, she did not share her story about Moore partly because of the trouble in her life. She has had three divorces and financial problems. While living in Arizona, she and her second husband started a screen-printing business that fell into debt. They filed for bankruptcy protection three times, once in 1991 with $139,689 in unpaid claims brought by the Internal Revenue Service and other creditors, according to court records.

Moore strongly denied Corfman’s claims. “These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign,” Moore said in immediate response to the Post’s story.

Moore’s campaign said in a statement, “This garbage is the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation.”

The campaign pointed out that Moore has been married to his wife, Kayla, for nearly 33 years and has four children and five grandchildren. It also noted that Moore has served in public office in the past and that no such allegations were previously made.

The statement said:

The Judge has been a candidate in four hotly-contested statewide political contests, twice as a gubernatorial candidate and twice as a candidate for chief justice. He has been a three-time candidate for local office, and he has been a national figure in two ground-breaking, judicial fights over religious liberty and traditional marriage.

“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 statement continued.

On Saturday, Moore further addressed the allegations:

“Now I want to address something that some people have come here to hear about,” Moore said at a local campaign event. “Shortly after becoming the Republican nominee for the United States Senate, the Washington Post began an attack on the Foundation for Moral Law, on my wife, and on me. For weeks, we read about my salary which they distorted, about taxes where they said we were paid money we never got. But we endured that.”

“Later, they came out and endorsed my opponent in this race,” he continued. “Just two days ago, the Washington Post published yet another attack on my character and reputation in a desperate attempt to stop my political campaign for the United States Senate. These attacks about a minor are completely false and untrue about something that happened nearly 40 years ago. But more than being completely false and untrue, they are very hurtful to me personally.”

“I wanted to make it clear to the media present and the people present, I have not provided alcoholic beverages—beer or anything else—to a minor. I have not been guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone,” he declared. “These allegations came only four and a half weeks before the general election on Dec. 12. Why now?”

“For forty years I have been closely scrutinized in the press and the public media. I have had investigations by the attorney general, I’ve had investigations by the judicial inquiry commission on more than one occasion, I’ve had investigations by the court of the judiciary, I’ve been in five statewide campaigns in which they do opposition research—they do investigations, as you can see in every one I’ve ever run—and three county elections and two major controversies over religious liberty and the Ten Commandments and same-sex marriage,” he continued. “I’ve been investigated more than any other person in this country. That grown women would wait forty years to come right before an election to bring charges is absolutely unbelievable.”

BmoreRavens
by Silver Member on Nov. 21, 2017 at 12:10 AM
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Quoting francee89: We clearly have different definitions of “good man” then, since a law-breaking bigoted theocrat with frankly insane views doesn’t fit any rational definition of the term.
Quoting Billiejeens: Any and all of those
Quoting francee89: “We can’t let a good man like Roy Moore be smeared by the left’s disgusting tactics”? When, exactly, was he a good man? When he was thrown off the bench in Alabama twice for refusing to obey the law? When he advocated for homosexuality to be illegal, and for gay parents to lose custody of their kids? When he said 9/11 and Sandy Hook were punishments from God? When he said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in Congress? The rest of that is just absolutely disgusting drivel, and if the write thinks its pointing out any kind of slum dunk inconsistency, they’re wrong.

The same can be said of many people who were voted into office; such as Senator Robert Byrd, who was a former KKK Grand Wizard , who shed tears over the death of Ted Kennedy who let a young woman, who he was cheating on wife with, drown in a car accident. Then there is Hillary Clinton who blamed rape victim (then) 12 year-old Kathy Shelton for "enticing" men, and Hillary said that black youth are super predators, and we need to being them to heel. This doesn’t fit any rational definition of the term "good man or good woman." Is this frankly insane?

BmoreRavens
by Silver Member on Nov. 21, 2017 at 12:12 AM
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Quoting MissAndree: Jesus Christ. What has to be wrong with a person to post this?

I know what's wrong with you -- you are a bully.

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