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The Turtlegram and Gazette is doing what they always do – reporting what we did a week ago:
— Telegram & Gazette (@telegramdotcom) November 12, 2018
Except they’re putting their own SJW twist on it and using their platform to attack Dacosta’s pizza for their harmless, satirical, and accurate bathroom signs depicting Bruce and Caitlin Jenner.
“And others unbelievably mean toward people who complained against the BLT-123 community.”
“Unbelievably mean” tips you off to Turtlegram reporter Elaine Thompson’s bias. Ya know what’s mean? Attacking a small business and trying to hurt a family because you’re so self righteous that you feel the need to police humor. But yea, let’s find the most offensive comment we can find from the side defending the restaurant and pretend like they’re representative of the group. This is why “fake news” is a completely fair criticism of the mainstream media. Because it’s fake.
Then they interviewed this thing that started it all:
Of course she’s a “former” Worcester elementary school teacher, who’s 24 years old and couldn’t hack it in the profession for more than a year or 2.
“It would have been fine if (Jenner’s post-transition photo) was on the women’s bathroom door alone,” she explained. “I’m not from the trans community, but I do know when someone goes through transition, they don’t want to be seen forever as the person (pretransition).”
She’s not from the trans or gay community, she’s just speaking on their behalf without polling all of them. Meanwhile, most transgender people are actually cool with this. And the ones who aren’t can go ahead and get over it. It’s not society’s job to cater to your feelings.
Oh, and this:
they don’t want to be seen forever as the person (pretransition)
This means we’re also now supposed to pretend Bruce Jenner never existed. That guy who won the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics – that was all a figment of your imagination. Literally never happened. This is the type of thinking we are supposed to take seriously.
Ms. Georger said she contacted the owner via social media and told him the pictures were offensive, and that an easy fix was to remove them “to ensure support from the gay community.”
Ensure the support of the gay community. Ya know what that is? Extortion. She’s telling a private business what they must do in order to not be attacked by the BLT-123 community. So long as they do as she demands she won’t turn them all on her. She speaks for all gay people.
Then there was this broad.
Christina Aiello never stepped foot in Dacosta’s but gave them a fraudulent one star review anyway. She spent all day giving them one star reviews, and based on the lack of diversity amongst her chosen peer group she may be a white supremacist. She wasn’t happy about being mentioned on Turtleboy.
Christina Aiello, a Worcester Polytechnic Institute graduate, said when she saw that Ms. Georger’s post was not getting much traction, she posted it to her site for her many followers. She said Mr. Felicio messaged her on his personal Facebook account to say if she didn’t like the restaurant, don’t eat there.
Translation – the SJW who actually stepped foot in the restaurant wasn’t doing enough damage to a business Christina had never been to, so she decided to take it upon herself to destroy the business because she had nothing better to do that day and has no soul.
This was amazing:
Ms. Aiello said a local blogger has posted a link to the website of her employer, a Boston-based financial services company, asking people to tell the company that she is racist.
First of all, more fake news from the Turtlegram. We never told people to tell the company that she was racist. As a matter of fact we went out of our way to tell people NOT to do that:
This is what actual libel looks like. We’d sue the Turtlegram and Gazette, but no one reads them so it doesn’t really matter what they write.
Secondly, “a local blogger”? Does the Turtlegram realize how this makes them look. Everyone and their mother knows they’re talking about Turtleboy. Everyone has read what former Turtlegram columnist Dianne Williamson sent to us about the meetings they’ve had about Turtleboy:
You heard it from a Turtlegram employee herself – the official policy of the newspaper of record is that they don’t cite Turtleboy because we are mean to them. Can’t make this shit up.
Dianne also told us that the Turtlegram’s policy is that they can’t use Facebook comments or posts as a source.
Unless of course it fits their narrative. Like when people say mean things about SJWs attacking small businesses. This is the definition of fake news.
And this was priceless from Christina Aiello:
Ms. Aiello said after she informed her company’s legal and marketing department the company turned off its post and reviews.
“I’m so mad,” Ms. Aiello said by phone Saturday. “I don’t care if they’re going to make fun of me. But the minute you tell people to harass my workplace and say they employ ‘racist Christina’, it’s not OK. That’s why I’m jarred.”
Ms. Aiello said, while no one has messaged her and other people have only commented on her company’s Facebook page, she is concerned for her safety.
“Right now I’m paranoid. I’m afraid it’s going to escalate,” she said.
You can’t make up this level of irony. This woman went out of her way to harass a family owned business at their workplace and left fraudulent reviews on their Facebook page, and she’s now whining that people are harassing her business at her workplace by leaving fraudulent reviews on their Facebook page. The lack of self-awareness is strong in this one.
The bottom line is that we just exposed social justice warriors and the mainstream media while defending a quality local business by writing one simple blog. If it wasn’t clear who the good guys were before this blog then it should be now. We got them to admit that they were using extortion, writing fraudulent reviews, posting fake news, and whining about us doing the exact same thing they did to Dacosta’s. This is why Turtleboy is so important and must never stop fighting. Because without us this is the garbage you’d have to depend on. We expose hypocrites, we name names, and we apologize for nothing. Get used to us – we’ve been here for almost 5 years now and we’re not going anywhere.