The Roy Moore sex scandal may not be going away any time soon; however, like every other leftist-contrived controversy it’s beginning to fall apart at the seams.
We previously reported that the lawyer for one of Moore’s accusers, ambulance chaser and all around succubus Gloria Allred, has a serious credibility issue when it comes to such cases, which was highlighted when she refused to turn over the infamous yearbook allegedly sowing Moore’s signature. Speaking to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Allred said the only way Moore’s attorneys would ever get their hands on the crucial piece of evidence is if the Senate agrees to hold a hearing on the matter.
Gloria Allred refuses to answer Wolf Blitzer if the yearbook signature was forged pic.twitter.com/CgVXau37VV
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 16, 2017
Here’s the transcript, via Big League Politics [emphasis mine]:
“Well, all I’m saying is, we will permit an independent examiner of the writing…We will allow all of this to be asked and answered at the hearing,” Allred said.
“But that’s not a flat denial, Gloria,” Blitzer said.
“Well, all I’m saying is, we’re not denying, we’re not admitting, we’re not addressing,” Allred said. “We will not be distracted.”
Blitzer asked why Allred needed a Senate hearing and would not just permit an independent handwriting expert to take a look.
“Well, uh, all I can say is we want it done in a professional setting to the extent possible, that’s the only setting in which people can testify under oath,” Allred said.
Keep in mind that people with nothing to hide generally don’t go to such great lengths to hide it. but I digress.
Now, we have some insight into why Allred is trying to prevent the yearbook from having an independent handwriting analysis done – she has no idea if Moore even signed it.
No, really. Last night, while being interviewed by NBC’s Katy Tur, Allred wouldn’t answer whether or not she asked her client if she saw Moore personally sign the yearbook himself.
And this woman’s an attorney?
From Breitbart News [emphasis mine]:
TUR: Does your client, Beverly Young Nelson, remember him signing it?
ALLRED: She remembers — well, she remembers being with him. It was on the counter. She alleges that he took it, that he signed it and she was thrilled that he had signed it, because, as far as she knew, he was a D.A. and that was an important position.
TUR: So she saw him sign it?
ALLRED: I don’t believe at the time she had a clue whether he was an assistant D.A. or a D.A., but he signed it, she took it. As far as she knows, I mean, there’s no reason for her to think it’s anybody’s but his signature.
TUR: But did she see him sign it?
ALLRED: You know, I don’t — I haven’t asked her if she saw him, but we did describe what happened that evening in question. What she alleges was that she put it on the counter; that I think she asked to sign — or that he did sign it. That’s all.
TUR: I ask this, because it seems you’re not 100% sure that it is his signature, and if you’re not 100% sure that it is his signature, why would you show it at a press conference?
ALLRED: Well, why would — you know, why does anybody doubt that it is his signature?
So now we’ve gone from “this is his signature without a doubt” to “well, why would anyone doubt this is his signature.”
That’s quite the remarkable turnaround, and it’s one that might lead people to believe Allred is hedging against a defamation lawsuit, which will inevitably follow as Moore defends his good name.
Then again, people have suspected this whole fiasco was a political hit job from the start, and it appears as if Allred just confirmed their suspicions.