No one deserves to be pronounced guilty on the basis of an accusation and called a sexual predator and pedophile. Sadly, this is what happened to the former State judge and Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Luckily, the truth always surface above. Beverly Young Nelson is one ofthe four woman who accused Moore of sexually harassing her when she was 16 years old.
However, Nelson’s stepson, Darrel Nelson, posted a video on Facebook yesterday to tell America what he thinks of his stepmother’s claims. He said he did not think his stepmother was telling the truth so he wanted to expose her in public. (video below)
He said: “I’ve known the woman, she married my father many, many years ago. I’ve known her for a while now, and I truly do not believe that she’s being honest about this.”
“I don’t believe it,” he said about the accusations.
Adresing to Moore, he said: “I do believe you’re innocent,” adding that he believed Beverly was “lying through her teeth.”
Via Breitbart: “Darrel Nelson said that his father called him to ask him to take down a video from Facebook in which he also alleged that his stepmother’s accusations are untrue. Since then, Nelson has posted several more videos doubling down on that claim.
“There is a lot of details that just does not add up,” he stated. “Do I believe that she is being paid? I have got a feeling that that is so.”
“It’s got to be money. Financially, I really do believe that she is out for the money part. Somebody is paying somebody. It seems awful funny. Twenty-five days or so until the election. Why wait until just now to start doing all of this?”
Nelson claims that under certain conditions he would also speak out if his stepmother had accused a Democrat. “I would speak out on their behalf if it was a Democrat who is on the up and up. If it was against Doug Jones if he was a good guy and he did not do no wrong and he was not corrupt.”
Here you are folks. Too much doesn’t add up, now her own stepson is calling her out. And then you had McConnell who just blatantly and without evidence sided with the accusers.
But, people who falsely claim to be a victim of a crime should receive the same sentence that the people they accuse would have gotten.
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