2017-11-29 16:18:25

Right-Wing Troll Caught Fabricating Roy Moore Sex Assault Claims in Possible Sting Against Washington Post

Project Veritas tries to trick the Washington Post into running a fake story about a woman having a sexual relationship with Roy Moore when she was fifteen in order to discredit the paper and legitimate allegations, but reporters and researchers at the Post catch on to the hoax and shut them down.

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