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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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