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BREAKING: CNN Caught Altering With Evidence In Roy Moore Case

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Democrats will do just about anything in order to push the downfall of the Republican Party.

Mainstream media news network CNN is really living up to their “fake news” reputation. There is evidence proving that the news network altered an image of the yearbook page that was allegedly signed by Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore.

Conservative Tribune reports:

Beverly Young Nelson made the accusation against Moore claiming that he attempted to sexually assault her back in the late 1970s. At the time, she would have been around 16 years old. Moore has been denying the accusations since they came out. Those close to Moore explained that the accusations are completely out of character for someone like him.

Nelson attempted to provide proof of Moore’s former interest in her by providing an old high school yearbook. She claims that Judge Moore signed the book.

The signature in the yearbook reads, “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say, ‘Merry Christmas.’ Love, Roy Moore DA, 12-22-77, Olde Hickory House.”

The problem? There are some major issues wth the signature, but Moore’s last name in particular. There has been a lot of speculation as to whether the signature it authentic or if it was forged in an attempt to discredit and destroy the Republican politician.

CNN posted an image of the yearbook message on Monday. There were some strange details about the signature, however. It appeared to have been written in two different shades of ink.

Then on Wednesday, CNN decided to post an entirely different photo of the yearbook page. In the second image, all of the words look to be written in black ink. Something fishy is going on here.

It truly seems that CNN messed with the photo to doctor it in a way so that it appeared to be more uniform, and therefore more authentic. It’s obvious that all the Liberal news network is trying to do is shut up anyone who is questioning the validity of the signature.

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