Now that a Roy Moore accuser has admitted that the yearbook inscription wasn’t his, we see confirmed Washington Post fake news.
With an admission that at least part of the inscription attributed to Roy Moore wasn’t written by him, we are given clear evidence of Washington Post fake news.
Lots of people were doubting the authenticity of the alleged Roy Moore signature and inscription used as evidence against him. The Washington Post addressed the issue directly: “We asked a handwriting expert to evaluate claims that Roy Moore’s writing was forged.”
Three weeks ago, in a partisan effort to dismiss what is now an admitted forgery, and what at the time was an obvious forgery, the left-wing Washington Post’s Philip Bump (already a proven liar) consulted former FBI agent Mark Songer, a forensics documents examiner, to examine a yearbook produced by one of Roy Moore’s accusers as evidence he assaulted her. The expert concluded that the “writing seems consistent with one writer.”
The context of when Bump published this piece is important. If you recall, the Washington Post was the news outlet that first broke the story of the Moore allegations, and it was during this time that outside fact-checking of the Post‘s reporting revealed serious lapses, all them pointing to a Moore accuser who manufactured a false narrative.
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