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Ann Coulter Reveals The ‘Surprising’ Problems With The Accusations Against Moore, Libs Are In Trouble

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Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans have been trying their hardest to get Republican Roy Moore to lose the Senate race in Alabama so that outsider President Donald Trump will not have the votes he needs to carry out hsi ambitious agenda to Make America Great Again.

They can’t say that without scaring off on-the-fence Alabama voters, of course, so instead they are trying to carry out character assassination against the former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice by claiming that he fondled underage girls decades ago.

Thankfully, conservative commentator supports Moore, and just poked huge holes in his accusers’ stories. Wrote Coulter, who is an attorney, in Breitbart, “It’s hard to disprove accusations from 40 years ago — that’s why we have statutes of limitations — but, despite that, there are a surprising number of problems with the allegations against Moore.”

She then set the record straight about the “multiple accusations,” stating, “Contrary to what you have heard one million times a day on TV, there aren’t ‘multiple accusers.’ There are two, and that’s including the one with the fishy yearbook inscription whose stepson says she’s lying.”

Ann then pointed out, “The main accuser has gotten a lot of her facts wrong, such as where she was living at the time (she moved to another town 10 days after meeting Moore); the corner where she allegedly met Moore for their liaisons (she named a corner more than a mile away from her house, across a busy intersection); and when she began to get into trouble with boys and alcohol (it was before meeting Moore, not after).” She then made a point that should be obvious but that liberals have been obscuring, saying, “There’s a lot of room between HE’S A CHILD MOLESTER and THE WOMEN ARE LIARS.” Are you glad Coulter is setting the record straight about these smears against Moore?