November 13, 2017
A left-wing activist group is exploiting allegations against Judge Roy Moore to further their agenda to tear down Sean Hannity.
The president of Media Matters — Angelo Carusone — urged several sponsors to pull their ads from Hannity over the weekend as part of a months-long campaign to silence the Conservative host.
The group accused Hannity of defending sexual predators in his coverage of Moore.
Back in August, Media Matters launched a “Stop Sean Hannity” campaign in an effort to remove the Fox News host.
However, OAN believes in due process and upholding the law “innocent until proven guilty.”
OAN supports Hannity’s notion that the media should not convict based on unproven allegations.
In the meantime, The Washington Post, the original publisher of the article against Moore, has long showed bias against Conservatives.
New reports suggest they even paid the women to make the allegations against the Senate candidate.
According to an unnamed Alabama resident, a reporter named “Beth” from The Washington Post offered her money in exchange for her cooperation with the story.
Beth Reinhard, an investigative reporters for WAPO, was among those who wrote the story about Moore.
The source rejected the offer and claimd to have recorded their conversation.
Roy Moore has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct.
One America’s Kristian Rouz has more on the alleged political attack against the Republican Senate candidate.