The liberal media is dragging anyone out of the shadows to hurl accusations at Judge Roy Moore.

This smear campaign is designed to keep a Christian conservative out of the Senate.

And one ex-cop recently appeared on TV and let the cat out of the bag about a secret from his past.

MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell had former Gadsden police officer Lt. Faye Gary on her show.

The point was to attack Roy Moore as a creep.

And Gary played her part to perfection.

But in watching the interview, critics noted something fishy.

Gary admitted that all she had to go on about Roy Moore being banned from a local mall or harassing young girls were rumors.

She admitted the police department never received a formal complaint against Judge Moore and that she was just repeating what she heard traveling on the local gossip mill.

Breitbart reports:

“Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former Gadsden, AL police officer Lt. Faye Gary, quoted by The New York Times last week claiming it was a “known fact” that U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore “liked young girls,” revealed those claims were based on “rumors.”

 She said to host Andrea Mitchell the view of Moore at the time of his alleged inappropriate behavior was based on the “rumor mill” and “just rumors.”

“You know, the rumor mill was that he liked young girls,” she said. “You know, we were advised that he was being suspended from the mall because he would hang around the young girls that worked in the stores and had really gotten to a place where they say he was harassing them. And we were also told to watch him at the ball games and make sure that he didn’t hang around the cheerleaders.”

Mitchell followed up by asking for specifics about Moore, to which Gary reiterated it was “just rumors.”

“It was just rumors,” she replied “It was — the rumor mill that Roy Moore likes young girls. It was not only in our department but, you know, at the courthouse, too.”

Gary explained that the Gadsden Police Department never actually received a complaint about Moore, despite those “rumors” and said being a juvenile detective, if a complaint had come in it would have gone to her and her division at the police department. She also said she had never thought Moore was seeking out teenage women, but women “maybe in their 20s.”

“When it was heard on a daily basis — every day we were looking for a complaint to come in,” she said. “And I didn’t realize until sometime later that when they said he liked young girls, I just thought he liked young ladies, you know, younger than him, maybe in their 20s. I had no idea, or we had no idea, that we were talking about 14-year-olds. But we never got a complaint on it.”

The Moore campaign produced on-the-record statements from the mall manager as well as an individual who worked security and both denied Moore had ever been banned from the mall.

So already one of Gray’s claims was fake news.

Critics contend this fact casts doubt on the truthfulness of the rumors she repeated on MSNBC.

The media painted a picture of airtight allegations against Judge Moore.

But upon closer examination, they are much shakier than the media wants to let on.

Will Judge Moore hang on and win the Alabama special election?

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