The political character assassination of Judge Roy Moore has taken yet another backwards step this week as an accuser involved in the case had a meltdown on live television.
Moore, a “drain the swamp” populist with similarities to President Donald Trump, is currently leading a special election for the vacant Alabama Senate seat left unoccupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. His opponent, an ultraliberal democrat and establishment shill named Doug Jones, very well should have been leading the race after numerous salacious accusations against Moore were levied by a number of women, but Alabamians weren’t buying it.
The conveniently timed accusations against Moore are just now being levied with only days remaining before Alabama heads to the polls. Also worth noting, the allegations are nearly forty years old, making them no longer legally relevant, let alone realistically remembered.
Now, one of the bevy of absurd accusers who believed that Moore was some sort of supreme bigot on top of the previously made claims of sexual misconduct has fallen apart under grilling under the eye of a Breitbart interview.
“Faye Gary, a former police officer with the Gadsden Police Department in Alabama, has been featured in the news in recent days making the unsubstantiated claim that she was told to protect young cheerleaders from Roy Moore at local ballgames.
“Speaking in a Breitbart News interview on Wednesday, Gary falsely claimed that Moore ‘wanted to keep segregation here in the south.’
“She then claimed that Moore ‘hates Jews. He hates blacks. He hates Muslims. He hates gays.’“When challenged for specifics, Gary conceded that ‘I don’t know exactly what he said about Jews, but he doesn’t like Muslims. I know he doesn’t like Muslims. It is my personal feeling that he doesn’t like blacks.’
“When further petitioned to support her charges, especially her claim that Moore ‘hates blacks’ and supports segregation, Gary further admitted, ‘I am not sure. That is my feeling.’
“The news media in recent days uncritically featured Gary making the undocumented claimon MSNBC that as a police officer ‘we were also told to watch him at the ball games to make sure that he didn’t hang around the cheerleaders.’”
Gary’s bizarre and biased claims against Moore have finally ceased to be relevant now that she has been forced to admit that they were nothing more than a matter of opinion.
Like much of the establishment angst surrounding Roy Moore, Gary’s claims turning out to be nothing more than pure conjecture seems par for the course. Moore has convinced his constituents that he is not the enemy, no matter what his political enemies are attempting to conjure out from the atmosphere, and will likely be in Washington D.C. sooner rather than later.
What this means for the Deep State shills on Capitol Hill is yet to be seen, but we have a feeling that Mitch McConnell is going to be hiding under his desk for a bit.