Someone impersonating a Washington Post reporter allegedly offered to pay women to make false claims against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore
One year ago - By Business Insider
At least one person said he received a robocall from someone trying to impersonate a Washington Post reporter.
The impersonator claimed he was willing to pay at least $5,000 to women who were "willing to make damaging remarks" about Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for an Alabama senate seat.
Other people appear to be smearing The Post, who first published the news of Moore's sexual assault scandal.
Following the Washington Post's report on a sexual assault scandal surrounding Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for an Alabama senate seat, at least one person in Creola, Alabama, said that...
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Phony Alabama robocall tries to get dirt on Roy Moore
One year ago - By New York Post
A robocall received by residents in Alabama uses a phony Washington Post reporter named “Bernie Bernstein” who offers cash for false allegations against Roy Moore. The voicemail claims to be from a reporter seeking dirt on the beleaguered Senate candidate - regardless of whether the allegations have any merit, according to Alabama's WKRG-TV. “Hi, this...
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