When MSNBC first aired the mall employee stating that Roy Moore was banned for sexual harassment, they didn’t plan on the former mall manager coming forward against their claim. The manager would have been the one to ban Moore and he himself said there would have been paperwork involved.
This doesn’t seem to be getting the kind of media coverage that it should, but then again, I’m sure that’s intentional.
Here is one of the few news stations who covered it but something weird happens to their audio.
The rush to judgment by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, and others was premature, but the facts about Judge Roy Moore may be unraveling the fiction as we speak, starting with the accusation that Moore was banned from the Gadsen Mall for repeatedly trolling for young women. The problem is, the manager of the mall says Roy Moore was never banned:
The former manager of the Gadsden Mall, Barnes Boyle, said he does not remember Moore being banned.
“It was part of the job, yeah, we did have written reports and things (on people banned,” Boyle, 86, who managed the mall from 1981 to 1998, told WBRC. “To my knowledge he was not banned from the mall.”
Moore has been under intense pressure to get out of the senate race as new accusers have continued to come forward.
The legacy media ran with the unverified story by a mall worker that Moore had been banned and Sen. Graham even repeated it on Fox News.
Sen.Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he had been willing to give Roy Moore the benefit of the doubt when the sexual misconduct allegations arose, but now he’s heard enough and he thinks the Alabama Senate nominee is guilty.
“We’re in a political environment,” Graham told Fox News host Shannon Bream. “[When] the allegations first came out I said, if true he should step aside. I’ve heard enough. I believe the women.
“He was barred from a mall. His behavior was so extreme in his thirties that apparently the Gadsden mall put him on the no-fly list,” he said. “That tells me a lot. I don’t know anybody personally who’s been banned from a mall.”