Mother of Roy Moore Accuser Spills Details By Accident… There is a Possibility Several “Facts” Are Fake

Kirsters Baish| After allegations surfaced accusing Republican politician Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, we are learning that there may be more to the story. We are left wondering if the Democratic Party is paying off Left-leaning pawns to lie on national television in a very interesting turn of events.

New reports have surfaced that seem to allude to the fact that Judge Roy Moore’s accuser Leigh Corfman has made up the entire thing. Leigh’s mother has started talking and has apparently let some details slip that may debunk the accusations.

Breitbart reported that in an interview with Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, facts seemed to be contradicted in a big way. Wells messed up an important detail of her daughter’s sexual advancement claim against Roy Moore which has sent the story spiraling downward in flames.

Breitbart’s Aaron Kein made the statement on Sunday evening, “Wells, 71, says that her daughter did not have a phone in her bedroom during the period that Moore is reported to have allegedly called Corfman – purportedly on Corfman’s bedroom phone – to arrange at least one encounter.”

If this stands to be true, this bit of information directly disproves that the accusations against Moore could be true.

The Washington Post reported that after Corfman’s mother went into the courtroom, Corfman said that Moore questioned her about things like where she attended school, what kind of things she enjoyed doing, and if he could call her on the phone sometime. Corfman claims that she recalls giving Moore her phone number and claims that he called her not long afterwards. She stated that she spoke to Moore on her phone in her bedroom and the two made plans for him to pick her up from Alcott Road and Riley Street, which was just around the corner from her home.

Corfman claims that it wasn’t long before Moore called her on the phone again and picked her up from the same place.

Corfman blatantly stated that she spoke to Moore on what she claimed to be the “her phone in her bedroom.” The Post didn’t say whether the second or third phone calls took place on Corfman’s “bedroom phone.”

Corfman’s mother spoke to Breitbart News and she was asked, “Back then did she have her own phone in her room or something?”

Wells responded, “No, but the phone in the house could get through to her easily.”

Klein made note that “The Post story relies heavily on Corfman’s memory and her ability to recount events consistently.”

It is very important to keep in mind that accusations are just that until they are proven to be true. If Corfman doesn’t remember the details clearly there is a good possibility that more “facts” were fabricated. We do not know the truth in this case yet, but we will keep you updated as news breaks.