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Mainstream Liberal Media Gets BRUTAL Wake-Up Call After Attacking Roy Moore

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The mainstream liberal media has taken a small break (kind of) from its routine bashing of President Trump to turn its venom on Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore.

And that has given America an opportunity to provide the mainstream liberal media with a brutal wake-up call regarding just how little it’s trusted by the general public these days.

The campaign to bash Roy Moore really kicked into high gear when the Washington Post ran a salacious report in which the conservative candidate was accused of sexual harassment some decades ago.

It made sense, the accusation, that is. Hurling charges of sexual harassment is all the rage these days.

The only problem? If WaPo, CNN, ABC, NBC and the like are pushing the story, then most Americans aren’t buying it.

NBC complained:

Of more than a dozen Republican voters in Alabama interviewed by NBC News, none said their support for Moore would change.

Most said they didn’t believe the allegations and some said even if they are true, that wouldn’t sway their vote for him next month because they think Moore is a good man, should be forgiven and they could never bring themselves to vote for a Democrat anyway. Several attacked the media.

CNN was left bewildered:

Mike Allison, pastor of Madison Baptist Church, said he knows Moore as “a man of integrity,” he told CNN.

“I don’t even believe the allegations. There’s lots of fake news going around these days,” he said. “They’re allegations. How can he even defend himself against 40-year-old allegations? You used to be innocent until proven guilty.”

And ABC bemoaned:

During a segment that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Birmingham, AL ABC affiliate WBMA 33/40’s 5 p.m. local news, political reporter Lauren Walsh sought out voters in Columbiana, AL to gauge their reactions to the Washington Post report that alleged Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls more than 34 years ago.

None of the respondents according to Walsh told her they believed the Post’s reporting.

“Out of all the voters we spoke with Friday in Columbiana, we didn’t find one voter who believed the Washington Post report about Moore,” she said.

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