A close relative of a Washington Post source who accused Judge Roy Moore of being “banned” from an Alabama mall said that his/her relative is a zealous opponent of President Donald Trump.
“Greg Legat has been ideologically zealous for years to the point that his facebook page has contained ideological tripe to the point that is almost nonsensical, and he puts it out as valid truth. He has a track record of being more concerned with his ideological agenda than with accuracy,” the close relative told Big League Politics.
“Greg Legat is highly ideological. Sometimes he believes things he wants to be true rather than what he knows to be true.”
“It is a matter of public record that Greg Legat has had a rough life — his house has burned down, he has no insurance, that he lost everything, he and his kids have major medical problems and expenses, that he has had marriage problems, and that he’s always had problems holding down jobs.”
Greg Legat recently told the Washington Post that Judge Roy Moore was banned from the Gadsden Mall, according to an unnamed off-duty security guard.
The strategist for Roy S. Moore told the media that the campaign has knocked down the mainstream media narrative that the former judge, who is the Alabama GOP nominee for the Dec. 12 special Senate election, was banned from the Gadsden Mall.
“We are intent upon bringing out the truth, when no one in the press or in D.C. seems to care,” said Brett Doster, Moore’s campaign strategist.
Doster said three individuals with direct knowledge of the mall’s security and operations debunked the narrative.
“The quotes from these three people who would have personal knowledge of the mall’s security protocol completely counter everything alleged by the liberal media and the Moore Campaign’s political enemies,” he said.
“Roy Moore is an honorable man, and his character is being affirmed by those who know him best,” he said.
Johnny Adams said he was employed by the Gadsden Mall for 26 years and the mall’s operations manager for 14 years, overseeing mall security.
“In my 26 years working at Gadsden Mall, I never heard anything about Roy Moore being banned from the mall or any other mention of issues concerning him,” Adams said.
“As the operations manager overseeing mall security, I would have been aware of something like that,” he said.