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Are claims the Washington Post paid people to accuse Roy Moore believable?



Are claims the Washington Post paid people to accuse Roy Moore believable

The internet is filled with all sort of trolls, liars, and nobodies, but so is the media. Doug Lewis, a vocal Trump supporter, claims to know somebody who was offered money by The Washington Post to accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault. While Doug Lewis is a complete Trump supporter, WaPo is invested in the Doug Jones campaign against Roy Moore. So biases aside, let’s hear what he has to say.

So, let’s stop here and see how much of this is plausible. A reporter named Beth right? Beth Reinhard so happens to be a reporter who worked on the Roy Moore story. He could have known that and have made up the story using the name, or he could have never read the story like a lot of people who have dismissed it. One thing that we do know is that WaPo sought people out. They even state that:

Could it be that they had people who refused their offer? Possibly. Though this accusation is far from being reputable. Let’s continue:

In my opinion, his story get a little shady at this point. Not sure why he would have a restriction on talking about the issue. This twitter account has the makings of a conspiracy theorist. Trolls were quick to point out how he initially tweeted 1000$ instead of $1000 as proof of him being a Russian troll, because they have the symbol after the number. However, I’m going to give him the benefit of the doubt that he tweeted this on a mobile device where people often make this annoying error.

To me, Doug Lewis seems like your classic Trump supporter living in Florida. What Russian troll has 17.9k followers and six years of tweet history? Doug Lewis now has his followers pestering him for more details. So he is expected to deliver something.

Final Thoughts

There aren’t a lot of verifiable facts. What we do know is that The Washington Post sought people out and Beth Reinhard was on the story. Whether they offered women money to accuse Roy Moore has yet to be proven. If true, I hope this surfaces fast. Until then, this claim isn’t credible and is just one Trump supporter rallying to save Moore. The story is fishy, and Roy Moore definitely needs to helm his defense rather than his fans on Twitter.

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  1. Jordan

    November 13, 2017 at 1:02 pm

    If you are under the impression that, “this claim isn’t credible,” then you have to think the same about the Wash Post “report (hit piece)”.

    Now think rationally and square these 3 “facts” in the WP “report (hit peice)”:

    1…The reporter was tipped off about Moore by hearing rumors at a Moore rally

    2…the incidents happened 38 years ago

    3….the 4 women never knew each other

    “How did the WaPo know there were four women, who they were, and how to contact them?… A Washington Post reporter just happens to be in Alabama talking to Roy Moore supporters… And he happens to hear what no one has reported in 38 years, no political opponents – No one… That Roy Moore, 38 years ago, made advances to teenage girls. Four of them. Now, the four girls do not know each other, they have never met. Yet the person who the Post reporter happened to run into and speak to, the person who supposedly told the reporter the story about the four girls, happened to know all four girls and how to contact them?”

  2. Jordan

    November 13, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Another Moore accuser, Leigh Corfman, has claimed “several pastors at various churches made sexual advances at her.” This 3x divorcee who has also filed for bankruptcy three times.

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College newspaper attacks professional news media for reporting the news



College newspaper attacks professional news media for reporting the news

One of the student newspapers at the New York public college where police are reportedly allowed “as a courtesy” to use an out-of-the-way, dilapidated bathroom, is trying to school some of the reporting outlets (including NOQ Report) as “fake news” for revealing the embarrassing anti-police sentiments of its student body.

The defense from the student news media?

The student bathrooms are in horrible condition all around campus, including:

A toilet missing its seat can be found in Boylan Hall. A bucket catching dripping water from a sink can be seen in the “New Ingersoll Extension” that was built onto the main Ingersoll building. No soap or paper towels is a problem even inside Brooklyn College’s most iconic building, the library, famous for its clock tower that is featured in the official logo for the college. The Kingsman has extensively reported on infrastructure disrepair and budgetary woes over the past two years, including articles that feature broken and dis-repaired bathrooms of both genders, only two plumbers available to fix over 100 bathrooms on campus, and, as of May 2017, a security camera system that isn’t fully functional.

So, in other words, what the hell are the cops complainin’ about?

The Excelsior newspaper, however, reports without an apparent trace of irony the unscientific poll of students (by the other newspaper) showing over one-fifth of students polled support banning police from the campus.

NOQ Report has been researching this story and will have more on the possible causes of the anti-police sentiments on this particular campus, where students’ college educations are generously supported by you, the taxpayer.

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CBS fires Charlie Rose



Charlie Rose fired by CBS

Charlie Rose, following a report from the Washington Post that he allegedly sexually harassed eight women, has been fired by CBS. He is also currently suspended by PBS and Bloomberg.

CBS News President David Rhodes said in a statement, “Despite Charlie’s important journalistic contribution to our news division, there is absolutely nothing more important, in this or any organization, than ensuring a safe, professional workplace.”

This is the latest in a long string of powerful men being taken down by the alleged past actions regarding sexual misconduct.

Further Reading

Eight women say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them — with nudity, groping and lewd calls women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas.

The women were employees or aspired to work for Rose at the “Charlie Rose” show from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011. They ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged encounters. Rose, 75, whose show airs on PBS and Bloomberg TV, also co-hosts “CBS This Morning” and is a contributing correspondent for “60 Minutes.”

Charlie Rose out at CBS News amid sexual harassment allegations TV news anchor Charlie Rose has been fired from CBS News a day after reports emerged that he sexually harassed numerous women since the 1990s.

CBS News President David Rhodes emailed staff Tuesday that Rose was let go over the “extremely disturbing and intolerable behavior” reported at his interview show.

BREAKING: Charlie Rose Fired by CBS Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations to the Associated Press, Rose has been terminated from the network after eight different women came forward and accused Rose of sexual harassment and assault, including walking around naked in front of them, lewd phone calls, and inappropriate touching.

CBS initially suspended Rose when the news broke.

Rose soon released a statement in which he said he takes responsibility for his actions, though he felt these feelings were shared between him and the women he was pursuing.

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Images of Franken ‘groping’ Huffington aren’t the same as his other acts of sexual misconduct



Al Franken Arianna Huffington

The media has a tendency to pile on when a story has legs. One such story is Senator Al Franken’s sexual misconduct. The first two stories about him were appropriate. The most recent one about leaked photos from a shoot featuring him and Arianna Huffington don’t belong in the conversation.

The images, seen above, depict the former comedian groping the liberal media mogul. These are clearly inappropriate behaviors in most circumstances which is why they’re coming to light, but even Huffington acknowledges they were part of the shoot”

Newly surfaced pics show Al Franken grabbing Arianna Huffington’s breasts and butt“The notion that there was anything inappropriate in this photo shoot is truly absurd,” she said in a statement to The Post.

“Al and I did a comedic sketch for Bill Maher’s ‘Politically Incorrect’ called ‘Strange Bedfellows,’ in which the whole point, as the name makes clear, was that we were doing political commentary from bed. This shoot was looking back at the sketch, and we were obviously hamming it up for comedic effect.

“I’ve been great friends with Al and his wife Franni for over 20 years and there has never been anything remotely inappropriate in our interactions.”

There is real sexual misconduct coming to light in rapid-fire lately. It’s natural for journalists to want to break news and get the clicks from interested readers, but we have to be more discerning in the media. This is a non-story. When it’s put out there as something that it’s not, it takes away from the real stories and reduces the perceived severity of true infractions.

Franken needs to address the real issues here. He needs to step down. Getting quotes from a feminist like Huffington that downplay his actions reflects negatively on actions he committed against other women.

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