Turns Out The Tow Truck Driver Dianne Williamson Posted Naked Pictures Of On Facebook Is A Single Dad Working 70 Hours A Week But She Still Won’t Apologize
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Yesterday we published this blog about Telegram and Gazette columnist Dianne Williamson who posted a picture of a tow truck driver’s ass on her Facebook page for the purpose of public humiliation:
LOL. So many hypocrites. Dave Clark apparently thinks it’s funny to mock and humiliate a stranger who was helping out his friend. But don’t forget Dave – “Love Trumps hate”
See how full of shit these people are? They don’t love anything except hearing themselves lecture others about social justice. But they HATE people who have differing viewpoints. I mean, this is what we’re fighting here folks – pure evil. Just awful, soulless human beings who degrade others and then pretend to be champions for love.
Anyway, Dianne didn’t just stop with that post. She actually came to our page and doubled down:
Oh I see. She “made sure” he couldn’t be identified. Even though his work outfit was distinct and anyone from Worcester can tell which tow company he works for. Even though everyone who knows him can easily tell it’s him. Even though she writes for the region’s major “newspaper,” has a public platform, and an open Facebook page that anyone can see. It’s OK though because she didn’t post his face. Right.
Her page got invaded by turtle riders rather quickly, so she changed the settings on the post so that only her friends could see and comment on it. But she wanted to make it clear to turtle riders that she didn’t take down shit, and she would continue to publicly humiliate a working class guy who helped her out in a jam:
“Hey guys, I didn’t remove the post. Just in case you thought I had a conscience or a soul or something like that. I’m still just a venomous SJW who did nothing wrong.”
Didn’t go over too well with turtle riders though:
But Dianne did what SJW’s always do when they do something terrible and then the Internet is mean to them – she played the victim and blamed Uncle Turtleboy for simply reposting what she put on Facebook:
Ya know what’s hypocritical Dianne? Writing columns about how other people are mean and hateful, while posting pictures of people’s asses without their consent. Don’t worry though, your “love trumps hate” friends will find a way to make you the victim though:
Seriously, it is AMAZING the ways these people can victimize themselves. Calling Dianne names makes you an evil troll. But posting pictures of another man’s naked rear end on your Facebook page like it’s a Mean Girls burn book? That’s OK. This is how delusional these lemmings are.
Anyway, Turtleboy found out who the guy was and we sat down to speak to him yesterday. We’re not gonna use his real name because unlike Dianne we have class. We’ll just call this guy Billy because it’s the easiest name to say.
Billy has been working at Early’s for less than a year. He is a single father raising two young girls. The baby’s mother is an addict who has not seen them in years. He has to work 70 hours a week to make ends meet, but he likes his job because he likes helping people out. Before working at Early’s he had trouble keeping a job because his older daughter was sick due to complications from the mother smoking so much when she was pregnant. He is a laid back, working class guy, trying to make ends meet for his two kids, and Dianne Williamson saw fit to publicly humiliate him for doing so. Guess if he sat on his ass all day collecting welfare Dianne would’ve appreciated him more.
When he first arrived on Flagg Street to help Dianne with her 2002 Lexus RX300, he assumed that the woman whose AAA card she was using was a family member. If so this was permissable. But Dianne smartly admitted on her post that it was a stranger whose card she used. This is known as “fraud.” So basically while the rest of us pay for AAA in case of an emergency, Dianne is playing the “pre-existing condition” card.
Billy says that the spare tire she had was barely usable and he wanted to tow it for her but insisted on the spare. He told her he’d do it but she had to put air in it right away. According to Billy she came off as rude, standoffish, and acted like she was better than him. We asked him if she seemed drunk, since this has been an issue before with her. He told us that she didn’t smell like booze, but her behavior seemed odd.
Billy worked late that night and didn’t wake up until the blog was published. He says he reads Turtleboy every day, but on this particular day he had no idea he was featured in Turtleboy until everyone at his work told him he was. We asked him what his initial reaction was to finding out Dianne Williamson had made him Turtleboy famous:
“My first reaction was to laugh, almost like, ‘I was helping out lady, why would you do this to me’? I had no idea she was taking a picture and she didn’t tell me. I thought it was hypocritical of her to do that to me since she writes a lot about how it’s wrong to do that to people. I’ve been a bigger guy my whole life, so I don’t let it bother me. It was more like, ‘I’m helping you lady, why would you do that?’ I mean, I’m a nice person and pretty laid back, but it still felt disrespectful. Especially since she was sneaky about it and I had no idea she was behind me.”
Is this guy gonna cry himself to sleep about it? Nope. Because he’s cool and isn’t gonna let someone else get to him like that. Something Dianne’s crew is completely incapable of doing when people do the same to them.
But just imagine for a second if the roles were reversed. Imagine a heavy chick came to fix a flat tire for a dude (who works for a MSM media outlet and has a platform), and the dude took pictures of her fat ass and posted it all over his FB page. The feministo’s heads would explode. “Today in Trump’s sexist America!!” But since it’s just a white guy in Worcester it’s OK to degrade and dehumanize a guy who was only trying to help her out.
The best part about this is that the Turtlegram and Gazette, which willingly employs Dianne Williamson, previously posted this about our blog:
“TurtleBoy Sports, a crass and craven local blog that peddles the cheap thrills that dehumanizing groups and individuals bring to some people. The site seems to make a fortune on the returns that meanness and insensitivity get you these days.”
Hypocrites much? The Turtlegram calls TBS a peddler of “cheap thrills that dehumanize individuals,” while employing a columnist who thought it would be funny to dehumanize a tow truck driver who was just trying to help her out. I don’t know what the appropriate punishment for this should be, but the fact that she sees nothing wrong with it is alarming. At the very least she should offer a full public apology in her next column and find some way to try to make amends for this. And not a column that in any way shape or form tries to victimize herself or whine about the mean things people said to her afterwards. Because she LOVES to write columns about the mean things people said to her in the comment section. Likewise the Turtlegram editorial staff should make an announcement about any disciplinary actions they are taking on their end. Feel free to flood their inbox and let them know that you’ll be canceling your subscription (if you still have one for some reason) if they remain silent on this.
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