We all know now that Roy Moore accuser Beverly Young Nelson was lying about that signature in the yearbook she claims Moore signed. She admitted she added the date and annotation under the signature in an interview. The New York Post reports,
The woman who showed her high school yearbook bearing Roy Moore’s signature as evidence that he knew her admitted Friday that she wrote notes on the page herself while still insisting that his John Hancock was legit.
Except there’s one glaring problem with this statement. Nelson says that only the date and location were written by her. Does that mean I am to believe Roy Moore signed his first name in black and his last name in blue, the exact same color as Nelson’s notes? Oh, stop it.
Accuse, Carol. Merely accuse. No proof. Rumor, innuendo, and falsehoods almost 40 years old. Yearbook has now lost credibility, because she finally admitted to forgery.
Everything in blue ink, including the "Moore" part of signature, is admittedly fake/forged.👇 pic.twitter.com/5MeZq5HVUl
— I Have Spoken 🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@omegabyte) December 12, 2017
Lest you think someone monkeyed with the color, this photo was originally put out there by CNN, which we know is the most trusted name in news according to them.
Beverly Young Nelson said Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore wrote a message in her yearbook in December 1977 that said, "To a sweeter more beautiful girl, I could not say, 'Merry Christmas.'"
— CNN (@CNN) November 13, 2017
In this video at the 5:52 mark, Nelson calls Moore “Ray” instead of Roy. Looking at the signature it does look more like “Ray” than Roy.
Absolutely everything about this screams fraud.
Now that we know Nelson added “notes” under the signature, someone needs to ask her why the ink on “Moore” matches her notes. Why didn’t that interviewer on ABC press her? I guess we all know the answer to that.
Beverly Young Nelson, one of the women accusing GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, tells @GMA it “sickens” her to think what might happen if Moore is elected. https://t.co/wuEGWr0kng pic.twitter.com/lcp5OY4x3A
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) December 8, 2017
Are we really still pretending this woman is credible? Why is anyone still doing this? It’s time to give up the ghost.