“The woman, who used a fake name, claimed to have had a sexual relationship with Mr Moore when she was 15. “She said that she got pregnant, that Moore talked her into an abortion and that he drove her to Mississippi to get it,” the newspaper said of the conversations. Project Veritas has posted a series of tweets claiming to expose bias at the Washington Post. It claimed the newspaper was attempting to divert attention by inventing the “sting operation” story.”
Here is the Fake Abuser site that Alley put my name on in order to slime my newspaper.
Wow! Belle, Alley, and I are before our time! Who saw this coming, this evil trend to destroy Freedom of the Press by lying about being sexually harassed and abused? I did! If I had done what Terrorist Valkyrie demanded I do, then there would be no paper trail to – TRUE PROPHECY! The REAL GOD has ordained me to FIGHT Roy Moore with His Words. Who else is going to do it?
“Art imitates life.”
The Church employed artists to help bring God’s Message to the people. Now, He is summoning True Artists to fight the Devils inside His church.
This Rabid Dog For Jesus could pass for Alley’s sister. Corfman looks like a dog that has been starved for a week so it will chow down that fake dog food.
“Take off your shirt Ms.Victim, so we can make the police look bad!
John ‘The Art Prophet’
By CBS News November 27, 2017, 7:59 PM
Fake Roy Moore accuser approached Washington Post in sting operation
A woman falsely accusing Alabama Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of impregnating her at 15 years old approached The Washington Post with her story in what appeared to be a sting effort to deceive the news organization.
The woman, Jaime T. Phillips, appears to work with Project Veritas, an organization that attempts to secretly record deceptive conversations with journalists in an effort to discredit mainstream news outlets and expose what they claim to be media bias.
The Post interviewed her over the course of two weeks, identifying falsehoods and inconsistencies in her story along the way. In her unsubstantiated story, she claimed to have a sexual relationship with Moore as a 15-year-old, which she claimed led to an abortion.
In the interviews, Phillips would ask reporters for their opinions on how her false story, if made public, could affect the Moore campaign.
Ultimately, The Post did not publish her story, and Phillips insists that she is not connected to any larger organization. One reporter confronted her on the alleged deception, also noting a suspicious internet post made by Phillips.
Monday morning, Post reporters saw Phillips walk into the offices of Project Veritas. The organization’s founder James O’Keefe declined to answer any of The Post’s questions about the encounter with Phillips or her employment at Project Veritas when confronted outside of the organization’s office.
“I am not doing an interview right now, so I’m not going to say a word,” O’Keefe told The Post.