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The other day we blogged about the virtue signaling, attention whoring Miss Plymouth County, after she made a public spectacle over a harmless #MeToo joke that someone used in a skit at the Miss Massachusetts competition.
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Today, I officially resigned from the title of Miss Plymouth County 2018. While I’m grateful for the opportunities that @missamerica creates for young women, I am also internally conflicted; as the #metoo movement was mocked on stage during the final competition of Miss Massachusetts. As both a survivor, and advocate for victims rights and sexual violence on a whole, I refuse to stand idly by and simply “let this go”. Instead, I will stand up for every individual who has ever had the courage to speak out; and for every person who felt liberated by the #metoo movement. I will not allow ANYONE to take away that empowerment and liberation, or make it anything less than what it is: AMAZING. #metoo #missplymouthcounty #nomore #rainn #surviveandthrive
As you can see, she quit. After she had already lost the competition. Sure, this self-proclaimed feminist could’ve just quietly not participated in this archaic event that is meant to judge women on their physical appearance, but then it wouldn’t be all about her. Instead, she had to show the world just how brave she was by quitting over this harmless skit:
The joke was as follows:
In what the Observer described as part of the comedy sketch, a woman is onstage, kneeling and talking about how Miss America has scrapped the swimsuit portion from its competition.”Miss America did away with the swimsuit competition,” the woman says in the skit. “We may have very well seen the last ever swimsuit competition on stage. It’s very upsetting and I’m trying to understand, God, why it happened.”
“Me too, Amy,” replies a man whom the Observer described as dressed as God and holding a #MeToo sign.
The joke worked on two levels:
- God wanted a swimsuit competition and just like the other person in the sketch, he too (me too from his perspective) wishes it were still around.
- God is also answering the question – the #MeToo movement was a HUGE reason the swimsuit competition is no longer a thing.
Get it? No one is actually offended by that. Especially Maude. Maude just likes attention. Which is why she made up this ridiculous gang rape story from when she was 13.
That never, ever, ever happened. I can say that with 1,000% certainty. And I reject the idea that I have to assume everything someone like this says simply because they use a hashtag and are choosing to victimize themselves.
Well, it turns out it’s not the only lie Maude told when she was 13. We’ve heard from multiple sources in Hingham who have told us that she also pretended to have cancer when she was 13.
Interesting. But without evidence it’s hard for us to take the word of a stranger on Facebook. So we did our research and found this post from 2010:
Dated 2010. This proves that they’re not just making this up now that she’s CNN famous. This has been well known for years, and multiple people witnessed it.
They weren’t the only ones talking about it. Since the story came out we’ve been approached by close to a dozen people telling us the same story – she faked cancer when she was 13, she’s lying about the gang rape, and she’s just pretending to be offended by the #MeToo joke for attention:
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Others said that she was pulling her own hair out to pretend she had cancer….
Here’s what another source told us, confirming the story:
She lied to a bunch of people who didn’t go to school with her that she had cancer. I actually haven’t thought about her in years tbh until my best friend that actually had cancer saw the posts. She “befriended” this girl and talked to her for almost a year or more, aka got a bunch of info about cancer from/sent LITERALLY photoshopped photos of herself “bald” to, said she had the same type of pretty rare cancer at the SAME time from a town over.
Once my friend with cancer started to get suspicious and noticed the photos looked edited, she started making shit up to be like “oh does (x) happen to you too?” Kind of stuff that wasn’t real just to catch her in a lie. Once we all called her out for it, she blocked everybody and pretended it never happened.
So we reached out to the woman who actually had cancer as a teenager, and who Maude Gorman reached out to share her fake cancer stories….
“I actually had cancer and she told me she had the same kind as me and something made me feel skeptical of it so I started making things up to her to see and she would say the same so I’m like hmmm you know nothing. Then I asked for a picture and it was so clearly edited and photoshopped. But I can’t find it anywhere. If I could, I would ruin her life. She’s just making up lies to get to the top”
Obviously any reasonable person can conclude that she lied about having cancer when she was 13, even without the pictures. But we all do dumb shit at 13 right? Except this was the same age that she was when she was allegedly gang raped. If you can lie about cancer at that age for attention, you can certainly lie about being raped.
And it’s worked out quite well for her, because her fake rape story, and the cookie cutter, inauthentic buzz words she uses along with it were often used by her to win pageants:
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Sometimes doing the right thing, is doing the hard thing. For every survivor who has ever had the courage to speak out; this is for you. Tune into @nbc10boston at 11 PM to hear my exclusive interview about giving up my crown with @missamerica. #survivorandthriver #takeastand #mao #missplymouthcounty #nomore #metoo #everyvoicematters #minetoo #takeastand
“For every survivor who has ever had the courage to speak out; this is for you.”
Shut. The. Fuck. Up.
This is a slap in the face to real victims of sexual violence (and real cancer patients too). She’s literally pretending to be the victim of a gang rape to win beauty contests. And now she’s making a bigger name for herself by pretending that the rape that never happened has triggered her into quitting a pageant that she already lost.
Now she flaunts herself as a “VIP” and gets people to take pictures of her at Six Flags so she can post them on IG….
This picture is pretty telling:
Why is she standing by herself at the women’s march? Oh right, because she has no friends. Because her entire life is just a facade. And when you’re not real with people, you don’t have real friends. That’s why everything that she posts revolves around Maude, and how beautiful, strong, and patriotic Maude is…
This isn’t woke. It’s narcissism.
And remember how Maude said she left Hingham High School after seeing her “rapist” in the hallway, only to go on to a bunch of private schools that she was eventually kicked out of as well?
Another source from her youth had more to say about why that happened…
Translation – she was a boozebag and a trouble maker. She could afford to go to these schools because she’s filthy rich and Mommy and Daddy can pay to live in one of the wealthiest towns in the south shore.
She ended up dropping out of high school too, which is why she had to go to an online school in Oregon. She drove there in 2017 to be their graduation speaker, and she urged them to follow her motto of PPW – prove people wrong:
That right there is someone who is obsessed with themselves. Speaking at a bullshit online high school where 10 kids graduated. Ya know it’s not a real school when all of the graduates get to have open mic night, and the most enlightening thing they can come up with is, “this school means to me, be confident,” and “independence and stuff.”
Nevertheless morons continue to flood her page as she basks in her CNN glory:
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Thank you @cnn for sharing my story, and allowing me to be a voice for others. It has been a crazy few days, and I thank everyone who has reached out to me to show support. Please, never be afraid to stand up for what you believe in and be the change you wish to see in this world. As Margaret Mead once said, “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has” ❤️
CNN really is fake news. So are the rest of the MSM outlets that blindly believed this girl. And ya know why they did? Because it’s a great story if it’s true. A victim of sexual violence overcomes the odds to become a role model for little girls everywhere. Then she gives up her dream because taking a stand against harmless jokes is more important. Is there anything Maude can’t do?
Oh yea, tell the truth. She’s not good at that.