Would it surprise to know that one of the accusers of Judge Roy Moore is a former employee of both Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton? Perhaps a better question to ask is why are you surprised. An even better question is if these women are telling the truth, why did they wait so long? After all, Moore has run for office many times including two times for the Alabama Supreme Court.
I have come to expect false sex allegations from the left before every election. It’s like the sun rising in the East. Sure and steady and then the accusers fade into the background right after the vote. In fact the fake news site, the Washington Post, tried to say four women accused Moore of sexual improprieties. That’s a lie. Three of the women say that Moore did not have sex or try to have sex with them. Coincidentally, all three would have been legal, since they were above the age of consent.
Deborah Gibson claims that Roy Moore tried to date her and eventually kissed her. She was one year over the age of consent in Alabama which was sixteen at the time. What she didn’t say is that her company, “Signs of Excellence,” worked for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and for Joe Biden in 2012. Quite a coincidence if you ask me. And to come forward after 36 years? Let’s just say I am extremely skeptical.
Her social media is full of calls for President Trump’s impeachment and she has “Liked” far left extremist groups including several backed by George Soros.
All of this, by the way, was kept from us by the Washington Post.
Gibson’s other active postings evidence far-left leanings, sharing a video urging “resistance” against Trump and reposting material numerous times from former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich, an activist leader with the George Soros-funded MoveOn.org.
In one posting that is still on her page, Gibson urged the removal of Trump from office, writing, “Get Trump OUT before we all get nuked!”
“How fast can we be rid of Trump?” she asks. “Seriously, time is of the essence. This is not a playground exchange….”
On February 2, she wrote, “Need to invoke 25th Amendment & impeach before there is war on American soil. Heartbroken to say that I truly believe this”
As of this writing, Gibson’s “like” section is still active. It includes multiple radical groups, including the South Florida chapter of the Soros-linked “Indivisible” group seeking to disrupt Trump’s agenda and presidency. Also “liked” is the Soros-financed ACLU and “Michigan for Revolution.”
She further “likes” numerous anti-Trump Facebook communities, including “Donald Trump Is Not My President” and “Expose Trump.”
At one point, in February, Gibson’s cover image was a banner that read “Resist”
Her Facebook page shows her posing smiling with Joe Biden, as well as standing in front of Clinton as a translator for her.
Gibson was one of the women quoted in the Washington Post’s Thursday reportthat alleges Moore pursued teen girls for inappropriate relationships when he was in at least in his thirties. She alleged that when she was 17, the 34-year-old Moore tried dating her, eventually kissing her.
Moore has denied the reports completely, saying they are “completely false” and the “very definition of fake news.”
[Editor’s note: It seems voters in Alabama aren’t buying the Washington Post hit piece.]
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