An accuser comes forward and talks to Sparta Report in an exclusive interview, showcasing the Washington Post’s hidden agenda
Last week, the Washington Post accused Roy Moore of sexual impropriety with young women years ago when he was employed as a Deputy District Attorney in Alabama. This accusation was based on the stories from several women. The Washington Post was quick to point out that they believed these women were underage at the time Roy Moore was in contact with them. Sparta Report has conducted an interview with one of the women used in the Washington Post article.
The woman communicated with Sparta Report on the condition that her responses were for background only, and that she was not to be quoted or named as a condition of answering questions about the story and her relationship with Judge Moore. The electronic “interview” was conducted by text after representatives of Sparta Report reached out to contact the woman, and she responded and agreed to answer question only under the above conditions.
To be clear, the woman is not the primary accuser named in the Washington Post article as Leigh Corfman.
First, she was asked if she, or any business interests she might be associated with, has worked for or been directly involved with the Jones campaign or any other Democrat Party campaigns. Doug Jones is the Democrat opponent of Republican Roy Moore in the state of Alabama this year.
The subject of the interview specifically stated that she had NOT done any work for any Republican candidates, but only Democratic candidates for office, and that her only work for Republicans was with government officials already in office. Some of these campaigns were in Alabama, but she also took work outside of the state. She also stated that in all of these business relationships, none of these business dealings were with current Senate Democrat candidate Doug Jones.
Sparta Report asked if she was comfortable in disclosing her own political affiliations and that of her close family members. She was also asked to describe any relationships she or they may have between the Democrat and Republican parties.
She stated that while she was personally registered as a Republican, this was not something her family shared with her. She had family in Alabama who she believed would be considered Democrats. As Alabama does not have party registration, only declarations made by the voter when they accept a primary ballot, Sparta Report is unable to confirm this in an official capacity.
She also stated that some in her family may be close to Doug Jones or people in his campaign.
We asked her to clarify her remarks she made on the closeness of her family to the Doug Jones campaign. She claimed that the professional activities of one of her family members would have made it possible for a close friendship between them and Doug Jones, but that it was unremarkable.
She did concede that she was aware of her family member’s friendship with Jones, as she was in regular communication with that family member, and was in fact, communicating with that person while simultaneously communicating with us.
We asked if her family member was involved in her business activities with previous Democrats, but she declined to go into greater detail about the exact nature of the family members relationship to her business, even after it was pointed out to her that Sparta Report had evidence of a connection to her business.
Pressed further, she referred any other questions about any relationship with her family member and the Doug Jones campaign to said family members and the Jones campaign. We are aware of the identity of the family member, and have reached and left several messages for that person, but have yet to receive any reply.
She was then asked more specifically about her accusations against Judge Moore.
She emphatically stated that she has never made any accusations against Judge Moore, and that she has only said that they dated and nothing more. This would suggest that the Washington Post was taking liberties with her story and the stories of the other women they interviewed.
Was the Washington Post coming into this story on Roy Moore with a conclusion already written?
When questioned further about work her company has done for Democrat political campaigns and how such work might suggest a partisan motive behind her accusations being claimed by the Washington Post, she categorically denied the fact that her company working for those Democrat Party political candidates would be reason enough to infer that she also agreed with the political positions of those candidates.
We attempted to clarify that statement further, along the same lines as the original line of questioning, but she refused further comment. The reader is left to draw their own conclusions.
We asked her how she came into contact with the Washington Post to share her story, having dated Judge Roy Moore.
She claimed that she did not seek out the Washington Post, it was the Washington Post reporter who contacted her. She also seemed to be unaware on how exactly the Washington Post was able to obtain her contact information or even how they came to know something about her history with Roy Moore. She seemed to think that it came from an unknown third party located in northern Alabama.
Sparta Report asked her again, in order to clarify what exactly was the nature of her claims against Moore, which she repeated that she was not making any accusations of impropriety against Judge Moore. She stated that the only thing she had told the Washington Post was that she had dated Roy Moore.
She refused upon further questioning to declare her opinion on Roy Moore while she was dating him. She ended her responses by stating that the story lay with Leigh Corfman and not herself.
Sparta Report concluded by thanking her for her time and candor, and she was assured that the agreement to not directly quote her or name her specifically would be honored in any reporting of this interview.
Sparta Report has also reached out to the Jones campaign for comment, and again, the family members who may be associated with them, but has so far received no response.
Implications for the Washington Post
Now this exaggerated smear isn’t a new thing from the Democrat aligned media outlets like the Washington Post. They ran a hit piece against Corey Lewandowski after an incident between himself and Michelle Fields was witnessed by Washington Post reporter Ben Terris.
The Washington Post attacked Lewandowski and the rest of the Trump team as people who are literally going to fight for Trump in their breakout story from their witness to the incident:
As security parted the masses to give him passage out of the chandelier-lit ballroom, Michelle Fields, a young reporter for Trump-friendly Breitbart News, pressed forward to ask the Republican front-runner a question. I watched as a man with short-cropped hair and a suit grabbed her arm and yanked her out of the way. He was Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s 41-year-old campaign manager.
Fields stumbled. Finger-shaped bruises formed on her arm.
“I’m just a little spooked,” she said, a tear streaming down her face. “No one has grabbed me like that before.”
She took my arm and squeezed it hard. “I don’t even want to do it as hard as he did,” she said, “because it would hurt.”
What the Washington Post left out of their jihad against Corey Lewandowski was that Michelle Fields reached out and grabbed Trump first, before she was spirited away by Corey Lewandowski.
As you can clearly see in this slow motion video, Mr. Lewandowski had been separated from Mr. Trump and was trying to get back to his position when Ms. Fields stepped into his path, blocking him. Nothing happened with intent, she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Ben Terris is seen in this video wearing a checkered shirt walking about two or three feet behind Michelle Fields when she was grabbing Donald Trump, before Corey Lewandowski moves her away from his boss.
The Washington Post maintained for weeks that not only was Corey Lewandowski a batterer of women, but that he was a liar too. They joined the chorus of those on the right and left side of the political aisle demanding that he and Trump issue an apology.
The Secret Service eventually stated that Michelle Fields was indeed the initiator of that conflict and that she was at fault here. Video evidence was released and confirmed their story.
As we’ve seen from our interview with this woman, she states that she didn’t accuse Roy Moore of anything. If she didn’t accuse him, why is the Washington Post running a story saying that she did?
Is this another attempt by the Washington Post to smear an innocent individual more hit pieces concealed as regular news?
UPDATE: Apparently it is, the Washington Post Also Approached Leigh Corfman
Breitbart interviewed Leigh Corfman’s mother via phone and she confirmed our findings:
Speaking by phone to Breitbart News on Saturday, Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, 71, further stated that her daughter would not have come forward if it weren’t for The Post reporter’s alleged actions.
Corfman went public with her accusations against Moore in a Washington Post interview published last week in which she alleged that Moore attempted to initiate sexual contact with her in 1979 when she was 14. Three other women between the ages of 16 and 18 claim that when Moore was in his 30s, he attempted to court them or that he dated them. The current age of consent in Alabama is 16.
Moore has strongly denied the accusations. He has questioned the timing of The Post’s story, which was dropped mere weeks before the December 12 election.
Corfman’s mother, Wells, told Breitbart News that reporters for the Washington Post convinced her daughter to give them an interview.
“She did not go to them,” said Wells. “They called her.”
“They tried to convince her to do it?” this reporter asked.
“Yes,” replied Wells, matter-of-factly.
Breitbart has confirmed with what we’ve learned from our own sourcing, the Washington Post has an unspoken agenda, it apparently seems to be to malign the reputations of Republicans to elect more Democrats.
The Washington Post went to these women and convinced them to put themselves out for public scrutiny, used them, and twisted their stories in order to get ammunition for their anti-Republican agenda.