The drama surrounding Roy Moore in Alabama has just taken yet anther controversial turn. The Washington Post followed up their originally reporting by uncovering a right-wing "sting" operation which was attempting to discredit the paper and hope to expose what the group believes is liberal bias in the mainstream media.

WaPo not fooled

It was earlier this month when the Washington Post published their bombshell report which revealed that Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore had allegedly attempted to engage in sexual activity with multiple underage women.

The paper cited 30 sources to back up the report, which included four women who came forward with similar allegations of sexual harassment. In the days that followed, additional women went public, including one who accused Moore of sexual assault dating back to 1979, using her personal high school year book he allegedly signed as evidence. As expected, Moore quickly denied the allegations, claiming that it was all part of a smear campaign put together by the "liberal media." The Republican Party was split in their reaction, as some called for Moore to drop out of the race, while others, including Donald Trump, encouraged him to stick it out and run against his Democratic challenger Doug Jones.

With the right-wing media scrambling to come to consensus, the Washington Post broke yet another story on November 27 detailing how a right-wing attempt to bait the paper failed.

As women were coming forward to accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault, at least one story didn't seem to check out.

A woman going by the name of Jaime Phillips spoke to Washington Post reporter Stephanie McCrummen and accused Moore of impregnating her in 1992 when she was just 15-years-old, which she then claimed ended in an abortion. Over the next two weeks, the paper didn't find Phillips' allegations to be credible, and decided against running her story, even after confronting her about her inconsistencies.

Project busted

On Monday morning, however, the woman in question was caught walking into the offices of Project Veritas in New York City. Project Veritas is a right-wing organization that specifically targets liberals groups and most mainstream media outlets over their alleged bias against conservatives.

The founder, James O'Keefe, was previously convicted of misdemeanor back in 2010 for using a false identity to enter a government building while attempting yet another "sting" operation.

When pressed over the current issue outside the organization's office in New York City, O'Keefe deflected, stating, "I am not doing an interview right now, so I’m not going to say a word." As of press time, neither Project Veritas, Jaime Phillips, nor the Roy Moore campaign have issued an offical response.