Representatives for Judge Roy Moore are fighting back against what they call a new “character assassination” attempt on the 2017 Republican Alabama Senate nominee.
Team Moore released an email from Washington Post reporter Shawn Boburg, defusing a story that people “associated with the Moore campaign” made some kind of reference to a cash payout for Moore accuser Leigh Corfman while contacting Corfman’s lawyer. Women accused Moore of dating them while they were teenagers, but major discrepancies exist in the story. One accuser who claimed Moore signed her high school yearbook admitted that she forged at least part of Moore’s signature.
Team Moore says the two people who allegedly approached Corfman’s lawyer were not part of the campaign, had no real access to the candidate, and would have been “condemned” by Judge Moore if this event actually happened.
Big League Politics revealed that former Jeb Bush campaign operative Tim Miller gave the Washington Post the information for the original hit pieces on Judge Moore. Miller admitted to the scheme in a series of text messages with writer Charles C. Johnson, who cleverly goaded Miller into giving up the ruse.
But the Washington Post is still going.
Here is the email in question.
I’m a reporter at The Washington Post. I’m writing because I’m trying to reach Judge Roy Moore for comment on a story.
It has to do with efforts to undermine one of the women who accused Roy Moore of sexual impropriety during the election, Leigh Corfman.
Two men who were associated with Mr. Moore’s campaign – Gary Lantrip and Bert Davi – approached Ms. Corfman’s attorney shortly after her allegations went public. The lawyer, Eddie Sexton, claims that they offered him $10,000 to issue a false public statement saying he had dropped her as a client because he didn’t believe her. The Post has obtained audio recordings and text messages in which Mr. Lantrip boasts of his ties to Roy Moore and Steve Bannon and makes veiled references to money in conversations with Mr. Sexton.
In interviews, both Mr. Lantrip and Mr. Davi, indicated that they were courted by the Moore campaign and that they met with Mr. Moore multiple times, including at the time they were trying to get Mr. Sexton to issue a statement.
I’d like to ask Mr. Moore about his interactions with Mr. Lantrip and Mr. Davi, including video we have obtained showing Mr. Moore and Kayla Moore huddling with the two men at a campaign event at a church in Jackson, Alabama. The two men also attended a closed-door fundraiser in Washington D.C. on Nov. 1.
Was Mr. Moore aware of any offer of money to Mr. Sexton?
Did anyone in his campaign authorize or know about this contact?
I’d prefer to speak to Mr. Moore directly by phone if possible. I may be reached at 202-334-4370 (office) or 202-604-7969 (cell).
This is an urgent request, so please get back to me as soon as possible today.
The Email Ends
Team Moore is hitting each of the allegations in the reporter’s email one by one, refusing to shy down from what they believe is an attempted smear job on the Judge.
Here are Team Moore’s statements about the contents of the email:
“During the campaign, Mr. Lantrip and Mr. Davi approached campaign staff about participating in fundraisers, and they did meet Judge Moore. However, they did not have any special access to Judge Moore, nor were they ever commissioned with any special tasks by the campaign team.
“As to the allegation by Eddie Sexton against Mr. Lantrip and Mr. Davi, we have no ability to comment on that at all, but rest assured, that Judge Moore would have condemned any such action if it were true.
“AL.com did report that Attorney Eddie Sexton did drop representation of Leigh Corfman shortly after the news broke of her allegations but never explained why. We had nothing to do with that. This is another attempt by the media to create fake news. Looks like Washington Post would be more interested in the money trail associated with the Democrat Party and Highway 31.
“It is unfortunate that we find ourselves in a position of consistently doubting the motive and truthfulness of any line of questioning coming from the Washington Post given their recent slanderous attacks on Judge Moore’s character. It has diminished their standing as a newspaper and is an unfortunate loss for the American public.”
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Pro-Trump Republican Who Defeated Sanford Hit By Oncoming Car On Highway 17
A lawmaker who recently defeated incumbent South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford in a Republican congressional primary earlier this month is recovering from serious injuries after a head-on collision with a vehicle operating in the wrong direction on U.S. Highway 17.
Charleston County Sheriff’s Office reported that Katie Arrington, newly elected South Carolina lawmaker, and a friend identified as Jacqueline Goff of Mandeville, Louisiana, were traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 17 around 9 p.m. Friday night a vehicle headed in the wrong direction struck Arrington’s vehicle head-on. According to Sheriff’s Captain Roger Antonio, the driver of the other vehicle died on the scene.
Katie Arrington, Summerville Republican underwent surgery to remove portions of her colon and her small intestines as well as having sustained a back fracture, and broken ribs. She is recovering in a local Charleston-area hospital said spokesperson for Arrington, Michael Mule. Her friend, Jacqueline Goff was also seriously injured and is recovering today.
Mule said Arrington would need several more surgeries, as well as a stent to repair the partial collapse of the primary artery in her legs which will require her to remain in the hospital for at least two weeks. Mule reported to news outlets that Arrington was alert and talking on Saturday morning.
In a statement released to the press, Mule said “Katie asks for your continued prayers for the deceased and the deceased’s family, as well as prayers for a quick recovery for Katie and her friend.”
A statement was also released on the official Katie Arrington Facebook page asking for prayers and support:
Arrington’s recent win over “Never-Trumper” Sanford made national headlines as well as Arrington securing Trump’s support hours before the primary ballot. Arrington was vocal of her support of Trump throughout her campaign and used Sanford’s criticism as a cornerstone of her campaign.
“I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love,” tweeted Trump ahead of the primary. “She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes. VOTE Katie!”
Trump later reportedly mocked Mark Sanford at a meeting with House Republicans: “ I want to congratulate Mark on a great race.”
This morning, the president tweeted sending his thoughts and prayers to the lawmaker as well as her friend and their families.
Clinton Donor Clare Bronfman ‘Expects To Be Indicted’ In Sex Cult Child-Trafficking Case
Hillary Clinton presidential campaign donor Clare Bronfman, heiress to the Seagrams fortune, “expects to be indicted by late July” in the NXIVM sex cult case.
NXIVM leaders Keith Raniere and “Smallville” actress Allison Mack were arrested in Mexico and stand trial for human trafficking, child sex trafficking, and other crimes. Raniere is being held without bail while Mack is in the custody of her parents with an ankle bracelet. Bronfman, who oversaw the group’s experiments on women and children at their secretive “Rainbow Cultural Center,” is expected to be charged.
Charles Hurt reported that in the spring of 2007, “executives and top associates…along with their family members” of NXIVM donated $29,900 to the Hillary Clinton 2008 presidential campaign.
Kirsten Gillibrand has also taken money from the group’s high-profile socialite member Bronfman, and her father actually worked for the cult.
The group’s former publicist and foremost whistleblower Frank Parlato tells Big League Politics that Bronfman is preparing herself for prosecution.
“I worked as the publicist,” Frank Parlato told Big League Politics. “We ran into a major disagreement and we split. At the time I worked for them I thought they were a little peculiar but it wasn’t until the end that I realized they were a downright evil group.”
“There are women on the record who are now adults who have accused Raniere of statutory rape and there are some very suspicious incidents where Mexican girls came under the perimeters of Raniere’s control and left under suspicious circumstances. They came from Chihuahua Mexico. I reported this to the authorities,” Parlato said.
Human Experiments (READ MORE ABOUT THIS HERE)
Parlato described the bizarre human experiments that Raniere and his benefactors the Bronfman sisters oversaw at the Rainbow Cultural Garden, where they separated children from their parents. Dr. Porter is identified as Raniere’s human experiments chief.
“They do the human fright experiments where they subject women to surprise graphic viewings” similar to A Clockwork Orange, Parlato said.
“The most diabolical experiments that he conducts are experiments where babies are subjected to a constant succession of strangers who take care of them instead of their parents, and the strangers teach them foreign languages,” Parlato said.
“The cult members’ children, they are pressured to give up their children to Raniere. They pay $10,000 to Raniere for the privilege of having Raniere teach them how to speak.”
Seven different nannies would spend time with the children each day and speak seven different languages, rendering the children illiterate, confused, and permanently intellectually damaged.
“Adults are shellshocked now having been through this,” Parlato said.
“The children are housed with their parents and then the children either go to a school, Rainbow School, or the nannies who were sex slaves come to the house,” he said. “The courses run for 6 months to 7 years or so, at which point Raniere alleges the young child’s brain is most susceptible to these different languages and cultures. They get them right at 6 months and the program has only been around for (a few years) so there’s only a limited number of parents.”
“Her father Doug Rutnik came to work as a consultant for NXIVM…he was fired, they sued him, and they had to pay him $100,000,” Parlato said, referring Gillibrand’s father.
“Her father’s wife, her stepmother, was also a member of NXIVM…Doug got her into the cult, Gillibrand’s father got Gillibrand’s future stepmother into the cult. Doug left the cult because he was sued. Clare Bronfman after her father was sued donated money to Gillibrand. Gillibrand accepted it.”
“One is inclined to call her a liar,” Parlato says of Gillibrand.
“The Clintons got a lot of money from NXIVM, NXIVM members, one of their main NXIVM members was a guy named Richard Mays, he encouraged Clinton to indict their enemies, to use their political influence in Arkansas to indict enemies of Raniere,” Parlato said….
RIP PEPE: EU Votes ‘Yes’ on Meme Ban
In a devastating blow to those who enjoy internet freedom, a group of leftist government bureaucrats have effectively banned memes from Europe.
“Article 13 (a.k.a. censorship machines) will make platforms responsible for monitoring user behavior to stop copyright infringements, but basically means only huge platforms will have the resources to let users comment or share content,” according to The Next Web. “People opposed to the proposal worry that this could lead to broader censorship, threatening free speech via parody, satire, and even protest videos.”
Since memes are usually made from copyrighted images, the European Union has essentially outlawed them.
The meme magicians responded exactly the way one would expect.
“EU voted to pass [Article 13] and ban memes…it is time – Meme War 3 has begun,” said an anonymous Twitter user.
— greekmythguy (@greekmythguy) June 20, 2018
“EU is voting to ban Memes through censorship machines. #LOL,” said Narek Panossian, attaching two memes to his tweet.
— Narek Panossian (@PanossianNarek) June 22, 2018
Even Yahoo UK savored some of the absurd, using a caption photo with a popular meme:
EU approves copyright law which could ban memes and ‘destroy the internet’ https://t.co/MWUVXHDP8o
— Laith Doory (@DooryLaith) June 22, 2018
Not all European lawmakers are on board, though.
“[The Copyright Directive is] on the verge of causing irreparable damage to our fundamental rights and freedoms, our economy and competitiveness, our education and research, our innovation and competition, our creativity and our culture,” wrote Julia Reda, a German politician and Member of the European Parliament on her website. According to Reda’s site, “over 80 signatories representing human and digital rights organisations, media freedom organisations, publishers, journalists, libraries, scientific and research institutions, educational institutions including universities, creator representatives, consumers, software developers, start-ups, technology businesses and Internet service providers.”
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