Earlier today I published a blog about a Facebook group that exists to ruin the lives of people who have different political opinions.
Well, they’re not happy about they’re now trying to take down Turtleboy once and for all.
Ya got that? The page that exists to name and shame people they disagree with is butthurt that we did the same thing. Some pointed out the irony.
Looks like we’ve got a “muh suicide” guy here. This is generally what they do to justify horrible behavior and make us look like the bad guys – make up stories about people killing themselves after being featured on Turtleboy.
Nathan is right though. We’ve exposed WAY more actual racists than anyone, and we’ve gotten plenty of scumbags and ratchets along the way too. But according to the guy with the anonymous account there is a HUGE difference between the kind of people we expose. He’s correct. We expose people doing horrible things, whereas he exposes people whose political opinions he or she disagrees with.
These people are trying to destroy people’s livelihoods in a vain attempt to prove to black people that they care about them. But what do you do when the person you’re trying to destroy is elderly and retired? This is an actual question posed by Rebecca Doe Kudelka from Westfield.
Here’s an idea Rebecca – instead of trying to make the elderly destitute maybe you should just mind your own God damn business instead? Just a thought.
But here’s a twist – Emily Engel, the chick who was featured in the first blog, claims she used to work for Turtleboy.
I knew that name sounded familiar and then it all came back to me. Back in 2017 we published a blog about a Westfield State professor who was associating with Antifa and urging protesters to mask up and silence conservatives because they disagreed with their political opinions. She then threatened a deformation lawsuit.
Emily Engel appeared in the comments section and gave me a piece of her mind in a raunchy, expletive ridden comment. She really seemed to hate me but the comment was hilarious (I forget what it was, but I remember laughing at it), and one of the turtle riders said that I should hire her. His comment got hundreds of likes so I reached out to her, we talked, and she agreed to write a blog.
Yes, that’s right – she wrote a blog about why it’s a waste to sue Turtleboy, while using her friend’s comment as an example of a dumb comment. I knew she looked familiar.
We lost the Facebook page shortly after that, I never heard from her again, and totally forgot about her until now. But she should know better than to egg people’s homes and burn their property simply because she doesn’t agree with them.
Anyway, this was my favorite comment by far.
“People have tried to publicly out his sponsors before, but now he has a whole group of followers just donating money to his trash.”
These people are literal Nazis. They see something they don’t like and they must silence it. They are un-American trash and they deserve to be named and shamed for their horrid behavior. They don’t care about the economic effects it will have on other people because they get a sick, perverted joy out of driving people into financial destitution.
But as she said, she tried going after our sponsors, and to a degree it has worked. Our advertisers get a great return on their investment, but sometimes the phone calls and harassment become too much. But she can’t stop turtle riders from donating. When they try to silence Turtleboy they are trying to silence all of you. They are trying to take away the only website that asks questions, investigates real news, and exposes douchebags doing douchebag things. They know that bullying advertisers is an effective technique. But when your website is funded by the readers they are suddenly powerless. These people have inadvertently liberated Turtleboy to say whatever we wanna say without having to worry about losing advertisers. So thank you guys for donating, and if you’d like to keep the truth train going you can donate to the Turtle fund:
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