Troll Impersonating a Washington Post Reporter Offering to Pay Women to Make False Roy Moore Claims

Wochit Headline News - November 15, 2017

Following the Washington Post's report on a sexual assault scandal surrounding Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for an Alabama senate seat, at least one person in Creola, Alabama, said that he received a robocall from someone trying to impersonate a Post reporter.

Pastor Al Moore said he received a voicemail message from a "Bernie Bernstein," who claimed to be a reporter for The Post..

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