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  • Fox News Poll: Jones leads Moore by 8 points in Alabama Senate race

    11/17/2017 12:05:37 AM PST · 83 of 93
    Yosemitest to cynwoody
    I left links to the information I found in comment #72 .
    You can click on them to see what I found, but I'm not going to pay to get the full reports.
  • Sean Hannity declares Alabama should decide fate of Roy Moore, who sent letter after 24-hour...

    11/17/2017 12:02:29 AM PST · 67 of 69
    Yosemitest to Garth Tater
    Yes, it does.
    I truth that Rush was honest with us about WHAT he thought about that matter.
  • Steve Bannon finally found his man: Disgraced Alabama Senate wannabe Roy Moore

    11/16/2017 11:59:29 PM PST · 21 of 57
    Yosemitest to Oshkalaboomboom
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • Steve Bannon finally found his man: Disgraced Alabama Senate wannabe Roy Moore

    11/16/2017 11:59:11 PM PST · 20 of 57
    Yosemitest to Oshkalaboomboom
    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, AL.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • Alabama GOP Officially Stands by Roy Moore

    11/16/2017 9:48:28 PM PST · 52 of 62
    Yosemitest to backwoods-engineer
    You need more than JUST ONE source to verify a fact.

    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, AL.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • Fox News Poll: Jones leads Moore by 8 points in Alabama Senate race

    11/16/2017 9:42:09 PM PST · 72 of 93
    Yosemitest to cynwoody
    To verify something, you need more than JUST ONE source.

    AGAIN I SAY:
  • Sean Hannity declares Alabama should decide fate of Roy Moore, who sent letter after 24-hour...

    11/16/2017 9:39:22 PM PST · 65 of 69
    Yosemitest to Road Warrior ‘04
    Just because you TRUST someone ... does NOT MEAN that you agree with every word they speak, or every action they take.
    It simply means that you trust them to be honest with you, about what they think, believe, do, and feel.
    Anyone with an analytical mind knows that it is best to check original sources for facts.
    But when it comes decision time about what I believe, think, and feel, as well as the actions that I take ... those are things that only I can answer for, and no one else can make those decisions and actions for me.

    The same goes for you ... unless you choose to be a "mind-numb robot" .
  • CNN Panel Brushes Aside Franken Allegations to Knock Moore; ‘He Was Just a Comedian’

    11/16/2017 7:17:31 PM PST · 40 of 61
    Yosemitest to Kaslin
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • CNN Panel Brushes Aside Franken Allegations to Knock Moore; ‘He Was Just a Comedian’

    11/16/2017 7:17:16 PM PST · 39 of 61
    Yosemitest to Kaslin
    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, A.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • FOX News Poll: Democrat Doug Jones Leads Judge Roy Moore By 8 Points

    11/16/2017 7:14:53 PM PST · 53 of 61
    Yosemitest to Hojczyk
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • FOX News Poll: Democrat Doug Jones Leads Judge Roy Moore By 8 Points

    11/16/2017 7:14:38 PM PST · 52 of 61
    Yosemitest to Hojczyk
    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, A.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • Fox News Poll: Jones leads Moore by 8 points in Alabama Senate race

    11/16/2017 7:13:36 PM PST · 24 of 93
    Yosemitest to Pinkbell
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • Fox News Poll: Jones leads Moore by 8 points in Alabama Senate race

    11/16/2017 7:13:18 PM PST · 23 of 93
    Yosemitest to Pinkbell
    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, A.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • Listen, dear men. Claiming sexual assault is not fun

    11/16/2017 7:12:35 PM PST · 12 of 37
    Yosemitest to GuavaCheesePuff
    Women who FALSLY accuse men of sexual Assault, deserve a punishment MORE SEVERE that what a man would get who actually assaulted a woman sexually.
    And don't tell me it doesn't happen, because it does !
    It's all about POWER and MONEY !
  • EXCLUSIVE – Stepson of Roy Moore Accuser: Accusations ‘One Hundred Percent a Lie’

    11/16/2017 7:09:00 PM PST · 20 of 22
    Yosemitest to ColdOne
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • EXCLUSIVE – Stepson of Roy Moore Accuser: Accusations ‘One Hundred Percent a Lie’

    11/16/2017 7:08:41 PM PST · 19 of 22
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    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, A.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • The Media That Cried Wolf

    11/16/2017 7:05:56 PM PST · 35 of 35
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    Learn how to use the 'right-mouse click' and its options.
    Learn how to quickly scan "Source Page Data" to find what you're looking for, to "copy and paste" that data onto a notepad, so you can save it and use it later.
  • Alabama GOP Officially Stands by Roy Moore

    11/16/2017 6:39:57 PM PST · 39 of 62
    Yosemitest to Innovative
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …

  • Alabama GOP Officially Stands by Roy Moore

    11/16/2017 6:39:41 PM PST · 38 of 62
    Yosemitest to Innovative
    Great.
    I guess they read the writing on the wall from their constituents !

    Read this:
      IT’S A FAKE!
      Analyst Says Judge Roy Moore Signature Inside Gloria Allred Accuser’s Yearbook Was FORGED




      The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.”

      “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor.

      “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added.

      Next, [Thomas] Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way.

      The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced in Moore’ signature as Chief Justice. The “R” is noticeably longer in the signature of Chief Justice, as well.

      “During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama,” states Moore’s bio on his campaign website.

      “The accuser to this day calls him the District Attorney. He was NEVER District attorney. He was DEPUTY DA. DDA,” says Wictor. ... "
    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    From "TigerClaws" :
      " ... But (exhibit 2) click on the image in the link.
      You can clearly see two different color ink pens were used.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CNN/status/930205088299257859
    Here's that image and a link to its ORIGINAL source :
    And here’s one more source:
      Live Stream: Moore Campaign Holding Press Conference

      “ … Furthermore, after Moore's signature are the initials "D.A.," which Nelson and her attorney say represented were written by Moore because he was district attorney at the time.
      But Moore was an assistant district attorney, Jauregui said,
      And Moore can't recall ever signing his name with the letters "D.A." after it.
      But he had seen it before, Jauregui said, when he was on the bench.

      His assistant stamped his signature on papers and then put "D.A." on them, Jauregui said.
      That's exactly how the signature appears on the divorce decree that Moore signed, he added. … ”


    That's the THIRD Spelling of his assistant.

    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT ?

    Check out this little fact from TheCipher
      Interesting revelation about the signature in the yearbook and where it probably came from.
      Turns out Moore was the judge who ruled against Nelson in her divorce case and the signature is exactly how it was on his ruling - explains the D.A. ( which Nelson has ).
      Nelson also said she never had contact with him since the "incident"and failed to mention he was the judge in her divorce case.

      Roy Moore Attorney Demands Gloria Allred Release Original Yearbook, Contends it’s a ‘Fraud’


        " ... "D.A." (District Attorney) initials after Moore’s signature, was recognized by Moore as the initials that his then-assistant, Deborah Adams , used to sign documents. ... "
    Here’s one more source: And here’s a link to a DIFFERENT SPELLING of that name:
      Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud

      " … “Judge Moore says he can’t remember ever signing his name with DA after it.
      But he had seen it before.
      You know where he had seen it ?
      When he was on the bench, his assistant whose initials are capital D. A. Delbra Adams would stamp his signature on a document and put capital D. A.
      That’s exactly how this signature appears on the divorce decree that Judge Moore signed dismissing the divorce action of Beverly Nelson.” … "



    The more I search those different spellings of the assistant's name, the more I'm inclined to believe it was Delbra Adams.
    I get results for a Court Specialist at State of Alabama Circuit Clerk's Office Cherokee County.
    I also get results as a certified public notary located in Sand Rock, A.
    And ... I get results for Delbra Adams in Leesburg , AL. with a lot of A.K.A.s
      Debra L Adams, Delbra M Adams, Debbie Adams, Debra Ly Adams, Delbra L Adams, Debble Adams, Debra Adams, Delbra Lynn Adams, Delbra L Admas
  • Pro-family leaders will stand with Judge Roy Moore at Birmingham Press Conference

    11/16/2017 6:38:11 PM PST · 7 of 7
    Yosemitest to SeekAndFind
    Here's an excerpt from Rush Limbaugh's Radio Show:
      The Swamp Demands Conformity
      Nov 15, 2017


      ...
      RUSH: Here’s Mark in Port Townsend — where’s Port Townsend ?
      Port Townsend what?

      CALLER: That’s a little bit west of Seattle.

      RUSH: In Washington.
      Okay. Great to have you with us.
      How you doing, sir ?

      CALLER: I’m doing great, sir.
      I hope you’re doing well yourself.

      RUSH: I am under siege today, Mark.
      I’m under siege.
      The Drive-By Media is after me because I dared to point out that Roy Moore used to be a Democrat.

      CALLER: That’s why you get paid the big bucks.
      I’m envious of you.

      RUSH: (laughing).

      CALLER: So the comment I wanted to make was that as a retired law enforcement officer, Jeff Sessions —
        I’m speaking as a retired law enforcement officer
      — Jeff Sessions says he doesn’t see any reason to doubt these girls’ word.
      Well, I see a really good reason.
      None of these girls have been put under oath and made a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
      And Gloria Allred should be able to tell you
        that is the first thing you do when you get a client,
        you depose them and you get their statement on the record,
        and then you go from there.
      And if they’re not willing to make a sworn statement, that sounds really fishy to me.

      RUSH: I take it you don’t believe the women
      or you just don’t have enough information yet to make a determination ?

      CALLER: You don’t have enough information to make a determination,
      but speaking as an ex-cop, I find it fishy that nobody has made a sworn statement.
      And about that yearbook thing,
        you know, when I was in uniform at a certain time of year
        you’d get kids walking up to you all the time wanting you to sign their yearbook.
          “Hey, Officer Mark, sign my yearbook.”
      And I was only a cop.
      Can you imagine how politicians get kids wanting —
        doesn’t mean you remember all of them.

      RUSH: Hang on.
      On the yearbook stuff, folks, for those of you who may not be up to speed on this —
        and I doubt there are very many of you
      — there are allegations that some of these autographs in yearbooks are forged.
      There are conservative blog sites claiming to have evidence by virtue of side-by-side comparison
      that somebody other than Judge Moore signed some of these things.
      This is the first I’ve mentioned that.
      I’m just reacting to you bringing up the yearbooks.

      You’re upset with Jeff Sessions.
      He’s the attorney general, and he is going ahead and acknowledging that
        he believes witnesses before anybody’s been put under oath,
      and you think that’s a little unprofessional, right ?

      CALLER: It sounds to me like he’s just trying to tread carefully.

      RUSH: Well, look, this is politics.
      It has its own court, and it’s not a court of law.

      CALLER: But these girls are making public statements —

      RUSH: They are women.
      They are women.

      CALLER: Okay, they’re making public statements impugning somebody’s honor.
      And somebody with responsibility needs to explain to them,
        if you’re gonna besmirch somebody, you gotta put it on the record.

      RUSH: No, you don’t.
      Only in court.
      And this is not in court.
      This is in politics.

      CALLER: I understand it’s politics,
      but Gloria Allred should know what the law is.

      RUSH: I’m sure she does.
      That’s why she’s not in court and is instead on TV.

      CALLER: I just want to make that point, Rush.
      Thank you.

      RUSH: I’m glad you called, Mark.
      Folks, I have to tell you,
        I’m having a little fun with this.
        No, don’t misunderstand here,
        but he’s exactly right, but of course that doesn’t —
          there’s a whole different inertia and movement now that is taking place in the world of politics,
        and there is no room for doubt.
      I mean,
        the guy did it, you don’t disbelieve the women.
      I mean, that’s something you must subscribe to now.
        The women don’t lie,
          except if you’re Juanita Broaddrick,
          then of course…
      that’s the point.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: I was having fun with the caller and his obvious consternation
        by confusing what happens in politics with what happens in the law,which is ironic,
      because the laws are written by these people.
      But what happens there
        apparently the law doesn’t matter first and foremost.
      Find it funny.

      BREAK TRANSCRIPT

      RUSH: Steve in Rochester, Minnesota.
      Great to have you with us, sir.
      How are you ?

      CALLER: Hey, good.
      Thanks, Rush. Dittos.
      I’ve been listening since 1991.
      So I was reading through a Fox News story on the various senators,
        Republican senators and their comments about this whole situation,
      and I read read ’em one after another; there were many.
      And I was thinking as I got most of the way through it,
        this sounds a lot like your media montages, vis-a-vis gravitas,
      that I often hear on your show.
      The similarities were striking in what they said.
      And it was an observation that led me to think that
        this is really a coordinated attack.
      And I think that should be the focus, not the “he said, she said,”
      but the fact that
        this guy’s being attacked by the establishment, big time.

      RUSH: Let me put it to you another way in the form of a question.
      Interesting observation, by the way, that you,
        in reading and listening to all of the different people opposing Judge Moore,
      they’re all saying the same thing, is that your point ?
      Just like when Cheney was mentioned as the potential vice presidential nominee for George W. Bush,
      about 85 media people all said,
        “That’s gravitas.
        This is to provide gravitas.”
      They all had that word.
      You think the same thing’s happening here with the response to Judge Moore ?

      CALLER: Yes.
      Exactly.

      RUSH: Okay.
      So do you think —
        let me just ask you point-blank
      — do you think that, whether he did it or not, he’s being railroaded ?

      CALLER: Yes.

      RUSH: Interesting.

      CALLER: Yep. I think this is a coordinated attack,
      and what spurred me to think this
        was your comments yesterday about Mitch McConnell attacking Bannon’s choice.
      And I thought
        how else could you do this ?
      Here we are a month away from the election.

      RUSH: Let me tell you something.
      I don’t think there’s any doubt here.
      When Bannon went public and said that
        Judge Moore was the first of many candidates they’re gonna support
        in order to oust the Republican leadership,
      I don’t think there’s any question here that McConnell’s reacting to that.

      Let me just ask you this.
        Have any of you ever,
        do you ever remember Mitch McConnell or the Republican leadership ever going after a Democrat
        the way they’re going after — (interruption)
      You don’t remember.
      You don’t remember McConnell ever going after a Democrat the way they’re going after …