Roy Moore was allegedly targeted by Dems in the second ‘false flag’ operation in the year 2017 Alabama race

nearvideo-democratic agents allegedly created fake Russian bots to link Russia to Roy Moore in Alabama election

Alabama Republican Roy Moore allegedly was a “false flag” operation organized by the Democrats, supports, and Doug Jones, while the state Senate special election in 2017, according to a new report.

A New York Times story revealed on Monday that the Democrats created a Facebook page that gave the false impression that it is the work of Baptist teetotalers to support Moore in the competition. The “Dry Alabama” Facebook page, reported for the prohibition of alcohol in the state – is to alienate pro-business, moderate Republican from Moore, the paper.

Democrats, according to reports, an opportunity to win the race after Moore was hit saw, with accusations of past inappropriate sexual conduct with teenage girls. Jones went on to win the race.

It is the second report in recent weeks is a stealth social media efforts of the pro-Jones campaigners.

In December, the New York Times also reported that the democratic operatives, supported by a liberal billionaire to give created thousands of fake accounts, this is an impression that the Russian government for the support of Moore. The secret project was carried out on Facebook and Twitter. After this revelation, Jones said he was “outraged” over the report and called for a Federal investigation into the project.


As for the “Dry Alabama” effort, a Republican operative in Alabama at the time a screengrab of the sponsored post is published, and expressed confusion about why it was addressed.

“Y’ all targeting is so wrong,” the Republican, Elizabeth BeShears, tweeted in December 2017. “So wrong”.

The New York Times identified a progressive activist by the name of Matt Osborne as one of the people behind the “Dry Alabama” effort. The story said, he defended the tactic, accusing Republicans do similar things, but also said he would like to see them banned in the politics of the day.

“If you don’t do it, you will fight with one hand tied behind your back,” Osborne, the paper said. “You do have a moral imperative to do so — whatever it takes.”

The New York Times reported that both of the false-flag-operations each received $100,000, and the investment in, we were guided by the same progressive group, called”.”

After the December revelation is the first false flag operation, liberal billionaire and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman gave $100,000 for the cause, later apologized for his contribution and said he was not aware of what the group did.

Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.

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