EXPLOSIVE – Roy Moore Accuser Admits She Doctored The Yearbook Script – Moore Campaign Holds a Press Conference…

Mrs. Beverly Young Nelson has finally admitted that she personally wrote a portion of the infamous high school yearbook she and her attorney Gloria Allred used as proof of her accusations against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. Nelson’s tenuous credibility is now entirely gone.

However, in a similar blow to credibility, ABC News, the network of Brian Ross, downplayed the bombshell by presenting the admission of forgery as adding ‘notes’ to the inscription.  The ABC narrative engineer actually coaches Mrs. Nelson, putting words in her mouth, and attempting to downplay the enormous significance of her deceit.

Roy Moore presser below:

Mrs. Beverly Nelson now admits she added the signature and other material in an effort to deceive the audience.

Roy Moore supporters hold a press conference:

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225 Responses to EXPLOSIVE – Roy Moore Accuser Admits She Doctored The Yearbook Script – Moore Campaign Holds a Press Conference…

  1. webgirlpdx says:

    Can’t Judge Moore sue her for forgery? Seriously.

    Liked by 5 people

    • nimrodman says:

      They probably can if his team get’s hip to the 2 different color inks and that fact that Moore’s last name was forged in the blue ink of the 2nd part of the inscription.

      She forged his last name.
      That’s forgery of a signature.

      See my comment immediately below.

      Liked by 6 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Brilliant point!

        You know, she’s doing this for a reason. I think she’s lying. I think she’s helping save Allred’s people, AND maybe some RINOs. That’s why they’ve taken so long to get here after she got busted – they needed to think out all the angles to make sure they wouldn’t get skunked AGAIN.

        I don’t think she made those changes. They’re too professional. I think they’re trying to remove the possibility of CONSPIRACY from people’s minds by a FAKE MINIMIZATION on her part. They make it look like she’s minimizing from a PERSONAL CRIME, but not from the ACTUAL CONSPIRACY. They want us to THINK it’s just a loopy broad going after the judge, and she got caught. They’re leading us down a primrose path. FORGET IT! This was a CONSPIRACY.

        I believe the ACTUAL CONSPIRACY reaches up to the Bushes, Romneys, and a lot of top RINOs.

        OH – and while I’m here, discussing these RATS, let me just say this.

        Based on the way the media is acting about the embassy move to Jerusalem, pushing the idea that “bad stuff might happen”, and the way things rolled before 9/11, I believe the globalist conspirators may try to use Palestinian and Muslim violence as cover to make a nasty move against Team White Hat. I’m further convinced of this, given that all their tricks like this Moore thing seem not to be working.

        Just throwing that out there, so if they try something – well – you heard it here. If bad stuff happens, like major Muzz terror ALLOWED through the wickets (remember Boston, San Bernardino, etc.), then DEEP STATE and RINO-COMMIE conspirators need to jump to the TOP of the suspect list.

        I think there is much desperation in Canklesworld. Their big peaceful conspiracy is falling apart. I’m not convinced that the peaceful conspiracy has been the one they are actually counting on. I think that’s what’s supposed to buy them time until an event big enough to get them all off the hook comes along.

        Liked by 3 people

        • whoseyore says:

          SPOT ON, Wolf Moon!
          She didn’t do it, she was used by the Uniparty and a professional did it. Looks like Roy and the president has more in common than we realized!

          Liked by 4 people

        • whoseyore says:

          Oh, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you are not 100% correct on the Black Hats supporting/assisting the Palestinians in a big terror plot against Israel. Israel is pretty savvy with their military and intelligence, so hopefully if there is a plan, they squash it and reveal it.
          They are fighting for their lives, but the Deep State is going under, and the Swamp is being drained. It gets more dangerous as we tread into the deeper corners. This could be a video game.

          Liked by 2 people

        • PreparedPatriot says:

          An event big enough might be sufficient to get them all a rope necklace for their treasonous acts, rather then getting them off the hook.

          Liked by 1 person

    • impala says:

      Forgery? Are you joking? That’s the least of it all!! How about slander, deformation of character, plus suing for damages and costs? That woman needs to be incarcerated along with the bottom feeder that was coaching her. Of course, Allred is slimy enough to have legally isolated herself from the woman’s actions.. talk about someone being led to the slaughter. Quite frankly, I have been wondering about all these accusations being put forth against people – men, of course. I am in no way suggesting that many/most are false, but it sure is an easy bet for a woman to destroy any man just with an accusation.. I’m skeptical that these allegations are 100% true.. Just sayin’..

      Liked by 9 people

    • drdeb says:

      Go for it NOW!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. nimrodman says:

    email to foxnewsmanager.com

    Hey, Fox News –

    You need to straighten out your talking heads and supply them with accurate information.
    Are you trying to give CNN a run for the money in inaccurate reporting?

    I’m watching Martha McAllum’s show and at top of the hour and then later in panel discussion, she mentions the newly breaking story on Moore’s accuser having “added”

    “a date and location” (top of the hour)
    “a date and place” (panel)

    Uh uh.

    The forger added a date and location AND ALSO MOORE’S LAST NAME.

    That’s forgery.
    She forged half of his name, his last name.
    That’s forgery of a signature.

    Most reporting on this shows a monochrome photo that appears to be all in black ink.

    However, there are 2 colors of ink in that inscription. Black in the first part and blue in the later part.

    The 2-ink photo was none other than CNN’s own photo, provided in a CNN tweet:

    Here’s the link to the photo itself, copied from that tweet.

    And I’ve attached it at top, just to be explicit with you.

    This information’s been public since at least mid-November:

    MUST SEE=> Roy Moore Signature Inside Accuser’s Yearbook Is Written in TWO DIFFERENT COLOR Inks

    And perhaps you can take or leave Gateway Pundit, but the more important point is:
    It’s CNN’s own photo that shows the 2 colors of ink!
    And Moore’s last name in blue.

    C’mon, FOX – do some reporting, huh?

    A faithful viewer, but I change channels for Shep and did the same for Megyn.

    Liked by 19 people

    • I’ve said this for some time now and tweeted it many times. That note was NOT signed by a ROY, that note was signed by a RAY.
      Then another tweeter pointed out something that should have been obvious if we knew it was signed by a TAY. The note is a “sweet rhyme”.
      To a more beautiful girl
      I can not say.
      Merry Christmas,
      Love Ray.

      Close examination of all the ‘O”s and ‘A’s in the note shows the name to be RAY.

      Liked by 6 people

      • webgirlpdx says:

        I’ve always thought that too about the Ray thing. However, Journalists are too dumb and lazy to dig into it.

        Liked by 1 person

        • guitar107 says:

          So called journalists are despicable agents of the proglibs. They have no moral compass.

          They should be incarcerated for slander, defamation of character, and aiding/abetting various types of criminals.
          Enough is enough of these worthless talking heads!

          Liked by 2 people

        • PreparedPatriot says:

          No, ‘journalists’ are PROPAGANDISTS and LEFTISTS above all else. They receive their talking points, specific words and phrases to use each day, and overall marching orders from UniParty HQ, anti-Democrat Division. Dumb and lazy aren’t at play when it comes to the Us media.


      • nimrodman says:

        That may well be true and you may well be correct about that.

        But that point takes people into the weeds.

        Until “Ray” comes out of the weeds and announces that, it’s simply an assertion.

        On the other hand, the 2-color inks will be recognized by any sensible person immediately, at first sight.

        Moore’s last name in blue will be recognized immediately thereafter.

        Those are incontrovertible points with immediate impact. And can’t be argued or disputed.

        Ya gotta know your strong hand to play. Play the strong hand, not the weak one.

        Liked by 4 people

      • FrenchNail says:

        Makes sense.

        I just read that an expert said that the whole note was written by the same person. Knowing now that Young has confessed to the last bit being a recent addition should that mean that whoever wrote the first part has also written the last part. Young may have written the whole thing or we have her colluding with “Kay”. I really hope Moore will be elected and the Alabama AG will look into the whole deception legally.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Michael says:

        I am not knowledgeable in this area, but I have to say the “o”’s in Love, not, could do not look like the o in Roy. The o in Roy looks like the a in Christmas.
        And now that I consider that to be an “a” I have to say the R in Roy looks more like the K in KAy. Handwriting analysis is needed.

        Liked by 1 person

      • BeePee says:

        It could have even been Kay. Don’t blame poor Ray for sexual harassment. After all, ‘Merry Christmas’ is pretty raunchy!


        • BeePee says:

          And the rhyminess of it seems to be a feminine thing, unless Ray was gay and then the whole thing couldn’t even be ‘sexual’ harassment.


    • Walter Fife says:

      The accusation of “forgery” is silly. I can write in my own school year book a note and sign it Abraham Lincoln, but, though it’s not real, there was no damage done; unless I try to either; gain financially; or damage a person’s reputation. The true crime isn’t “forgery” but political corruption and attempted slander; and she, any all those who aided her for the Democrat Party, should be prosecuted for that. And the damages, if they can prove he was damaged professionally by her actions, should be attached to her.

      The problem is there are many people who don’t like Moore because of moral issues. And you can’t stop them with legislation. Their leader, Satan, dwells in the spiritual realm. But God can; with condemnation. If they don’t come to their senses and repent they will die in their sins and be separated from God for all eternity in Hell. And for that we need to pray for them.

      Liked by 4 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Thanks Walter, I’m no lawyer so appreciate your distinctions.

        Fine. Attempted slander substitutes just as well. And there WAS harm done, presume that would be a basis.

        Liked by 1 person

      • ray76 says:

        She falsely altered a document with intent to defraud, which is forgery in the third degree.

        Liked by 2 people

      • deplorabledooku says:

        However it was definitely a forgery as Nelson even copied the “D.A.” from the divorce papers she had in her possession. Judge Moore’s signature was applied to documents by his assistant with a “/ D.A.” to indicate that while approved by the judge it was signed by his assistant. Nelson (and Allred) thru their MSM loudspeakers keep pushing the false notion that Moore signed his job title after his signature as a way to explain the “D.A”. However, Moore was not the district attorney, and for that matter, well-known, in 1977. Nelson’s stupidity by copying the “D.A.” to me shows what a concocted desperate scheme this whole mishegas is. The key questions are who put Nelson up to do this, and for how much money?


      • BeePee says:

        If the additional writing was done in 1978, it’s legal. If it was done in 2017, it’s forgery.


    • uvaldegirl says:

      Love your rmail and especially the last line.

      Liked by 2 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      We have a local Fox4 news here and they also report less than truthful as news. They are trying to be the new fake local news a title already taken by cbs and abc.

      Do swamp creatures swim together?

      Liked by 1 person

  3. ray76 says:

    Romney and Bush. Despicable.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Watcher says:

    Meanwhile felons have been registered to vote and the race card played.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. TONYA PARNELL says:


    Liked by 7 people

  6. Minnie says:


    This destroys any attempt at unseating him, once elected, a la Stewart Smally, yes?

    Oh glorious day!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. scott467 says:

    I TOLD YOU it was a girl’s handwriting at the bottom, from the first time I saw it, lol!

    Guys don’t write like that!

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Avi says:

    in the first presser with Allred at 10:30 the bison EXPLICITLY STATES that every word including the dates, Olde Hickory House , and ROY MOORE DA was writtby Roy Moore.
    so Steven Hayword , even if you think she didn’t admit to forgery she admitted to be a liar today

    Liked by 5 people

  9. Sean Supsky says:

    Ok, so one thing that I have not heard anyone point out as of yet.

    If she did indeed copy the signature from her divorce, then there would be no way if applicable time frame for the judge to have signed that yearbook if it was supposedly signed when she graduated.

    Anyway, that’s my 1/2 cent worth of gray matter applications.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. sallyal says:

    I’m still just trying to figure out why it says “Merry Christmas. Christmas.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Note that the second Christmas is “Christmas 1977”. That’s important.

      I believe they needed the YEAR nailed down for their FAKE SCENARIO. They needed a YEAR for her AGE to be “jail-bait”. They needed the exact year, but they didn’t want a specific date that might be refuted too soon in the accusation and fake news process.

      They couldn’t use an exact date, and they couldn’t leave people guessing about the year. So they used “Christmas 1977” as a rough date to get the year in without being TOO obvious that’s exactly what they wanted.

      I believe that a thorough logical examination will show that the FORGERY and the STORY were developed in tandem. I believe that the forgery was designed to support the story, and the STORY was designed to make people believe that Moore had FORCED HIMSELF on a woman – because the FORCIBLE angle was needed to ensure he was taken out of the race. Because the story is too politically convenient, once you know it’s a lie, I think it shows that it’s the result of significant planning for its expected political effects.

      Liked by 2 people

  11. MaineCoon says:

    Why are they confessing to this lie now, the same day as President Trump’s rally and a mere5 days before the election? Why come clean now when the confession of her lie only hurts her and not Moore? What do the liar and the liar’s lawyer fear?

    Fulfillment of Mrs. Moore’s threat that she would sue after the election and attorney’s fear of being proven complicit in a crime with potential disbarment.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. Southpaw says:

    D.A. was not his clerk until 1987. putting it with the 1977 date means that part was added until at least ten years later

    Liked by 1 person

    • guitar107 says:

      Since TDS set in, the dims never cease to show the world how childish & dumb they are.
      tsk tsk.

      Liked by 2 people

    • dagnyshrug says:

      Judge Moore dismissed her divorce case in 1999. That’s where she got the signature–from her saved documents. She had no idea ‘D.A.’ represents the initials of the law clerk who had signature authority for Judge Moore. She thought it meant ‘District Attorney.’


      • scott467 says:

        “She thought it meant ‘District Attorney.’”


        To the extent she thought at all.

        The whole farce is like something out of the late 1960s Woody Allen movie “Take the Money and Run”.


  13. Something just dawned on me. I feel stupid for being so slow, but everything is coming so fast.

    This lady never mentioned this until the election of Judge Moore. But he presided over her divorce, which she lost.

    Now, why wouldn’t she have said something then, when the divorce was happening? Especially as she lost. If it was true, she could have declared a conflict of interest, and at the very least, had a different judge.

    Could you imagine having a judge in your court case who abused you as a minor, and you say nothing? But it is the right time to do so 40 years later when it is all about politics.

    The BS meter on this is as high as it can go.

    Liked by 8 people

  14. Fake but accurate

    —Dan Rather


  15. BeePee says:

    Eat crow, Shawn Hannity with your 16 year old daughter. And Judge Janine who was quick to condemn a fellow Judge just like the victims of Antifa in Charlottesville and Laura Ingraham who just tonight referenced the perversions of Roy Moore. CNN already owns fake news. You are going to have to establish another identity to gain market advantage. Try ‘fair and balanced’ or something like that. That should help with market share.


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