One of Roy Moore’s accusers has ties to Hillary campaign, called for Trump impeachment

For those who believe the allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor against Judge Roy Moore are politically motivated, there is a new reason to believe.

Deborah Wesson Gibson, who told the Washington Post that she had a brief relationship with Moore when she was 17 and he was 34, is also a staunch opponent of both President Donald Trump and Moore.

She also worked as a sign language interpreter for the campaign of Hillary Clinton.

In fact, her company Signs of Excellence worked for several Democrat campaigns, according to AL.com.

In addition to Clinton, Gibson worked with former Vice President Joe Biden and Florida Democrat Sens. Bill Nelson and Patrick Murphy.

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A business working with a campaign does not indicate that the owner agrees with the politics of that person, but Gibson’s own Facebook page makes no secret about the fact that she is a staunch anti-President Trump Democrat.

After making her allegations against Moore, Gibson deleted items on her page including one that urged to “Get Trump OUT before we all get nuked!” Breitbart News reported.

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“How fast can we be rid of Trump?” she wrote in one post, according to Breitbart. “Seriously, time is of the essence. This is not a playground exchange….”

“Need to invoke 25th Amendment & impeach before there is war on American soil. Heartbroken to say that I truly believe this,” she wrote in another.

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“Please Congress, step up & do the right thing: IMPEACH NOW before it is too late!!” she wrote on the same day, Feb. 26.

She had also shared a petition calling for Steve Bannon to be removed from the White House on Feb 3.

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Gibson also has other items on her page that appear to support Moore’s opponent in the race, Doug Jones.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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