Accuser of Alabama GOP candidate is a Trump-hating Democrat


Her sexual misconduct accusations have zero credibility

Deborah Wesson Gibson, the woman who alleges she engaged in a legal and consensual but inappropriate relationship with Republican senatorial candidate Judge Roy Moore, worked for Hillary Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden and other Democrats.

On her Facebook page Gibson ranted about removing President Trump from office: “Get Trump OUT before we all get nuked!”


Gibson was one of three women quoted in the Washington Post claiming that Moore pursued and or dated them when they were between the ages of 16 and 18 and he was in his early 30s.

In 1981, when she was 17, Gibson said she openly dated Moore for two or three months with her mother’s knowledge and approval. She says that physical activity progressed to a kiss once in his bedroom and a second kiss at a local country club.


Judge Roy Moore says Deborah Gibson’s allegations are a smear campaign cooked up by the Democratic Party in collusion with the liberal, anti-Trump Washington Post.

Judge Roy Moore has been in Alabama politics for decades and his accusers were silent — silent until he threatened the establishment by being a credible candidate for the U.S. Senate, having dispatched the establishment candidate, Luther Strange, in the Alabama primary. Had Moore lost the primary, it is doubtful these accusations would have surfaced. If he withdraws as his critics urge, his accusers will likely vanish into the woodwork. —  Daniel John Sobieski, American Thinker.