More than WaPo credibility goes down with the Roy Moore yearbook story

The WaPo, Washington Post, was all over the Judge Roy Moore yearbook signing story. They even brought in an FBI forensic expert to vouch for the yearbook entry writing to be valid. Now the accuser has admitted forging parts of the entry. Avery key part of the entry. The Post and the FBI agent are made to look like political assassins. This Fake news not brought to you by ______ (choose one: CNN, ABC, CBS, etc…)

As Written By John Nolte for Breitbart: 

Three weeks ago, in a partisan effort to dismiss what is now an admitted forgery, and what at the time was an obvious forgery, the left-wing Washington Post’s Philip Bump (already a provenliar) consulted former FBI agent Mark Songer, a forensics documents examiner, to examine a yearbook produced by one of Roy Moore’s accusers as evidence he assaulted her. The expertconcluded that the “writing seems consistent with one writer.”

The context of when Bump published this piece is important. If you recall, the Washington Post was the news outlet that first broke the story of the Moore allegations, and it was during this time that outside fact-checking of the Post‘s reporting revealed serious lapses, all them pointing to a Moore accuser who manufactured a false narrative.

But in a Friday morning interview on ABC’s Good Morning America, Beverly Young Nelson admitted that she had forged a portion of what she still claims (with no credibility) is truly Moore’s signature. The following exchange is crucially important if you are to understand just how dishonest the Washington Post is:

“Beverly, he signed your yearbook,” ABC News reporter Tom Llamas says.

“He did sign it,” she replies.

“And you made some notes underneath.”

“Yes,” Nelson admits.

The “notes underneath” she references are the…….


Nolte — Flashback: WaPo Document Expert Said Forged Roy Moore Yearbook ‘Consistent with One Writer’

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