Originally Posted by Jerry Miah
Oh, yes there is. This is a standard way that we verify that something happened, like in a police case. Interview witnesses, compare their stories, find what the stories have in common, see if the witnesses are credible or in collusion, etc. In this case, friends (including even a former Republican official) all forthrightly talk about what happened; many of them express their own feelings of regret and guilt about it.
So, sorry, but that tactic won't work.
You might wish the story were not true, but please don't try to say that your wish makes it not true.
The guy it supposedly happened to is dead, so he can't confirm or deny it. How very convenient.
If Romney was such a bad guy, why can't they find someone still alive who thinks he was a bully?