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AL.com Peddles Falsehood that Moore Camp Levied Salacious Claims at Corfman

Leigh Corfman’s own attorney, with whom she slept, calls into question her credibility, claiming she was very promiscuous in her teens.

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Lawyers from the Corfman camp accusing former Judge Roy Moore of “defamation” are themselves guilty of publicizing salacious information about Corfman, according to new information obtained by Big League Politics.

Paul Gattis, who covers Roy Moore for AL.com made the false claim in his March 11  article”Leigh Corfman fires back at Roy Moore’s ‘personal attacks.

Gattis gives readers the impression that Moore is unilaterally making specious and salacious claims about Corfman — but either intentionally or sloppily, leaves out the fact that it was Corfman’s attorneys and her former attorney and lifelong friend Eddie Sexton, who confirmed the testimony of Sexton associate Gary Lantrip in which Lantrip recounted Sexton’s own denigration of Corfman

Sexton himself even confirmed Lantrip’s testimony in his own deposition — a deposition Corfman’s attorneys entered into the record.

If Gattis’s story is the only thing people read, they’d walk away unaware that Corfman’s attorneys — not Moore — are actually attacking Corfman, and then have the temerity to play the victim by running to a compliant press at AL.com to carry their water for them.

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It’s worth repeating: There are at least two depositions of other individuals corroborating the information Corfman’s own attorneys released discrediting Corfman and throwing doubt onto her claims. Yet Paul Gattis only focused on one deposition of a Moore supporter.

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Gary Lantrip is a personal friend of Corfman’s attorney, Eddie Sexton — whose colorful comments were affirmed and averred by the same individual in sworn testimony before the court. Lantrip swore to the truth of Sexton’s comments.

Later, in Sexton’s own deposition, the former Corfman attorney confirmed Sexton’s description of Corfman’s sexually promiscuous lifestyle and her having been thrown into sex parties.

Notably, none of the facts presented by Lantrip and Sexton, her lifelong friend and attorney, respectively — ever enter the public discourse if Corfman doesn’t bring this lawsuit against Judge Moore.

Notably, this is a lawsuit filed by Leigh Corfman. It is a lawsuit that has been called frivolous.

Therefore, the lawsuit which resulted in Sexton’s testimony about Corfman — his former client  and lover — and Gary Lantrip’s testimony, is the source of Ms. Corfman’s ill repute, not Judge Moore, and not Breitbart.

Despite all these facts, the legacy media outlets like the Washington Post and AL.com persist in carrying water for Corfman and her attorneys by blatantly ignoring public court documents readily available to anyone willing to do a bit of research.

The legacy media in Alabama, led by Paul Gattis, and in D.C., led by the Washington Post, are intently pursuing the uncorroborated claim that someone offered Sexton to denigrate his former client Leigh Corfman.

Each of these news outlets failed to report that Sexton denigrated Corfman without being paid any funds, and he did so under oath. Gary Lantrip confirmed Sexton’s doubts about Corfman’s credibility, and he also did so without having been paid anything, also under oath.

As of today, no one has paid anyone any amount of money for anyone to denigrate Leigh Corfman.

Her own attorney is doing it all on his own. And the legacy media covering the court proceedings continues to ignore these facts.

Big League Politics decided to look into how a supposedly seasoned reporter like Paul Gattis could fail to perform even the most basic fact check on the claim he reported on 11 March. 

Was Gattis aware of the testimonies given by Sexton about his former client and sex partner? Where did Mr. Gattis acquire the facts for his story? Did Mr. Gattis ever review the court depositions personally?

These and other pertinent questions were submitted to the AL.com reporter yesterday and as of 5 p.m. CST. Sadly, Mr. Gattis was unavailable for comment.

Here’s a run-down of the testimony Mr. Gattis chose to ignore:

According to testimony taken under oath of Corfman’s former attorney and lifelong friend Eddie Sexton, and of Sexton’s client, Gary Lantrip, Corfman’s behavior is far from consistent with the “good girl” image she consistently projects.

Lantrip remarked:

When Eddie [Sexton] said he was going to drop her, he said she’s (F’d expletive) everybody in Gadsden, including

himself, and that her dad was a doctor and they used to throw sex parties when she was young so she was put in with that as a young girl, and he’s known her her whole life. (Lantrip deposition, p. 110)

When Sexton was asked under oath if he had, in fact, made the above statement, he answered:

I don’t know if that is exactly what I said. I probably did. I mean, I probably did tell him that I had sex with her. (Sexton deposition, p. 113)

When asked about sex parties being thrown when Corfman was young, Sexton stated:

I don’t know — I don’t know about young. I said that I had heard that, too. I mean, I probably did tell him that. (Sexton deposition, p. 118)

Sexton was subsequently asked, who he had heard that from, and he replied;

I don’t know. Probably people at the Country Club, kinda sorta. Like it would have been kids. I don’t know nothing. I doubt that it would have been somebody that would have claimed to be there.” (Sexton deposition p 119)

Finally, when asked if he thought any of his comments, as related by Lantrip, were “disparaging” of Leigh Corfman, Sexton replied:

“I think they could be, yeah.” (Sexton Deposition, pp. 119-20)

As one can read in the publicly available court documents, the person disparaging Leigh Corfman is her former attorney who has “known her her whole life.”

 

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A Week After Getting Kicked Off YouTube, Stefan Molyneux Gets Booted from Twitter

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On July 7, 2020, right wing social media philosopher Stefan Molyneux received a suspension from Twitter, a week following his ban from YouTube. This move comes at a time when many people are questioning Big Tech’s influence on political discussion on the Internet

The ban was implemented without even so much as a warning, according to a report by RT. Molyneux explained the situation during a livestream. “It’s nice to see that Twitter is talking to tech journalists before they would talk to me,” he commented. The right-wing pundit asserted that he was suspended from the platform following the promotion of a new essay that details his values and beliefs. “It’s not hard to understand why powerful people might not want you to read what I wrote below,” Molyneux wrote in a note detailing his suspension from Twitter.

Molyneux is of the opinion that the campaign to deplatform conservative influences has begun to “energize” conservatives. He believes that his ban shows “who has the power and who doesn’t have the power.”

Twitter disputed the idea that he was kicked off for ideological reasons. Twitter provided a statement to CNN in which it contended that Molyneux “was suspended for spam and platform manipulation, specifically operating fake accounts.”

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But others condemned Twitter’s decision and warned of a growing assault on free speech, expecting “the purge” to “accelerate.”

Fellow commentators such as Mike Cernovich were critical of this decision. He took it a step further by predicting that the group of renowned public figures who recently signed on to an open letter calling out cancel culture would not bother to defend Molyneux.

Cernovich tweeted,”The Venn diagram of people who just signed that Against Cancel Culture letter and those who will mention Stefan Molyneux being banned will be two wholly non-intersecting circles.”

Molyneux is the host of Freedomain Radio and was permanently unpersoned from YouTube on June 29 after supposedly being in violation of the site’s “hate speech” policies.

Molyneux’s removal comes at a time when Big Tech is putting the clamps on all forms of right-wing dissent.

BLP previously reported on Big Tech attacking pro-gun groups as part of their plan to muzzle any form of right-wing expression.

As the 2020 elections approach, this kind of censorship will likely increase against figures who actually stir the pot.

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