NEW: Roy Moore Refutes Sexual Misconduct Allegations with Polygraph Test

Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore speaks during a campaign event in Fairhope, Alabama, U.S., December 5, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachma – RC1D3B1EB3D0

The evidence continues to add up showing that Judge Roy Moore was mugged during his 2017 campaign for U.S. Senate.

Monday, the Judge released the results of a polygraph test, which he took voluntarily, that asked questions regarding whether he ever had a sexual relationship with his primary accuser, Leigh Corfman. Moore passed with flying colors.

In a press release, representatives for Moore said:

On December 19, 2017, Judge Roy Moore took an official polygraph examination, regarding his accusers. To this day no one but Judge Moore has sworn under oath multiple times as to the false allegations that were brought against him during his run for United States Senate in 2017.  This polygraph extends to include questions about not only Corfman but also Nelson and Johnson as these three are the ONLY ones who have accused him of any sexual misconduct.  Judge Moore has also been present for deposition. To this day Leigh Corfman and her attorneys refuse to answer questions about Judge Moore’s residence and/or vehicle. Furthermore, neither her or her attorneys have agreed for us to take Corfman’s deposition.  As illustrated in the document Judge Moore proved to give a truthful account and successfully passed the polygraph.

You can view the polygraph questions, answers, and results here.

Big League Politics reported on Corfman’s unwillingness to speak under oath about the allegations she made against Moore. The Judge’s attorney’s recently filed a motion to compel Corfman to provide a deposition under oath.

The Judge is suing Corfman and a Democratic PAC called Highway 31 for allegedly falsely accusing him of sexual misconduct and allegedly falsely claiming that he was banned from the Gadsden Mall in Alabama for predatory behavior, respectively. As Big League Politics exclusively reported, the Judge plans to sue The New Yorker for publishing the allegedly false mall banning claim.

As has been widely reported, even among the lying mainstream press, a shady Democratic technology firm called New Knowledge has admitted to running a self-described false flag operation against the Judge’s campaign, in which it created Russian bots to flood Moore’s Twitter account, thus linking him to the Russian “collusion” hoax perpetrated by dirty cops against the Trump campaign, which is currently unraveling. The firm also created Facebook groups intended to split the vote between Moore and a third candidate, who was viewed as “moderate.”

Judge Moore, perhaps the most unfairly treated political candidate in recent American history, is putting together a strong case to prove his innocence.

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