The Dems did a lousy job on Obama’s fake birth certificate and they’re doing a lousy job in forging Roy Moore’s supposed yearbook message and signature, the foundation for…
The inconsistencies in what increasingly appears to be a Democrat plot to frame Judge Roy Moore of the type they tried unsuccessfully to use to torpedo the Trump campaign continue to mount. As Bill Still details beginning at the 1:40 point of the video, some things just aren’t adding up.
First of all, there’s the yearbook of Beverly Young Nelson that has a signature from someone named Roy in it. He points to several shortcomings with this purported piece of evidence. Still says, “Problem number one, the inscription reads, ‘to a sweeter, more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas,’ signed Roy Moore, DA.
Still asks, “Do you remember your high school annual days? Since when did one come out before Christmas? They came out usually just a month or two before the end of the school year, like April or May. Problem number two, Roy Moore was never a DA. He was an assistant DA.”
“But it gets worse,” says Still. “Could it be that someone at CNN retouched part of the top right? So it looks like someone names Roy did write the part on the left [ignoring the yearbook timing problem], but from Moore on is written in blue ink, not black ink. Problem number four, the place where Nelson worked and the alleged attack took place, wasn’t open in 1977.” There may be a problem with Still’s problem number four as another restaurant with the same name, including the “e” on olde appears to have existed at that time as the tweet below shows.
What that tweet also shows are the hours from 6am to 11pm. Nelson said the restaurant had closed at 10pm when all of this was going on. In her “teary” Allred assisted accusation, Nelson said, “I was working at the restaurant and my shift ended at ten o’clock when the restaurant closed.”
Vintage ad for The “Olde” Hickory House on Meighan Blvd., Page 21, The Gadsden Times, Jan. 2, 1978. pic.twitter.com/BHQZy0Q7BC
— WilliamThornton (@billineastala) November 14, 2017
He notes the switch from cursive to print, and that “the blue ink cursive is not nearly as flowing as the black ink cursive.” Then there’s “Problem number seven, signature is a forgery. Compare Chief Justice Roy Moore’s actual signature at the bottom left with the forgery. Look at how he makes his “R” and his “y.” And, “7” is also different in the above 1977 from the below, 12-22-77. Also the “Olde Hickory House” was written by another person, writing at a slightly different angle.”
It almost looks like someone decided that having yearbook with a signature of Roy in it wasn’t incriminating enough and decided to add the last name, title and location of the restaurant to make it impossible for Moore or anyone else to claim it was another person. Just why would someone who signed a yearbook put the place it was signed as part of their name?
Still plays a video of the latest accuser’s step son saying that he knows her and doesn’t believe a word coming out of her mouth and that nobody else should.
The last bit of contradictory evidence comes from Circa News, that exposes robo-calls soliciting for dirt on Moore, promising anyone that chose to come forward that they would not be investigated, and promising $5,000 to $7,000 in compensation for their stories. The Washington Post, the supposed source identified in the calls denied it was their doing.
Sean Hannity may have jumped the gun on his ultimatum issued to Judge Moore. It certainly looks like there’s a bit of a plot unfolding to frame him in the media for something there’s absolutely no evidence of. Those tactics by the left sound very familiar to anyone who watched the presidential campaign.
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