Turtlegram Columnist Dianne Williamson Fat Shames A Tow Truck Driver Who Came To Fix Her Flat Tire By Posting His Bare Ass On Facebook
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Turtlegram and Gazette columnist alleges to be a champion of decency. She HATES Donald Trump because amongst other things Trump is rude and disrespectful to others. Well, Dianne apparently got a flight tire last night somewhere on the west side of Worcester. Luckily a stranger called Triple A for her and 40 minutes later the local business they contract with sent a guy to fix her tire. A true act of kindness on the part of the stranger that restores your faith in humanity.
But instead of being grateful Dianne Williamson decided to take it upon herself to take a picture of the tow driver’s naked ass crack and post it to Facebook where her and her band of deplorables could mock the guy for his physical appearance:
The unedited version can be seen on her Facebook page. But it’s literally a bare ass that this poor guy apparently didn’t realize was hanging out of his trousers. Of course our page gets suspended when we tell everyone to have a nice day while Dianne is posting pictures of bare ass and it’s cool. Makes sense.
Her fantastic friends all enjoyed having a laugh at this poor guy’s expense too:
These are the same frauds who claim that they’re disgusted and repulsed by things in our blog, or when the POTUS once bragged about pussy grabbin. Of course those things don’t really offend them, because at the end of the day this is who they really are. A group of people who get together to mock a working class guy who helped Dianne out in her time of need, because his ass crack was exposed when he bent over.
The funny part is that she’s always reprimanding anyone who insults one of her Facebook friends by disagreeing with them:
Hey Dianne, ya know who else would probably prefer to stay off your Facebook page? This guy:
Keep in mind, this is the same columnist who has written multiple times about the dangers of fat shaming. She came to the defense of Chris Christie when many suggested his weight should disqualify him from office:
She’s not the only one, obviously, and the focus on Christie’s girth is just the latest manifestation of our national obsession with weight and waistlines, with diets and desirability, with a near-hysterical need to lose pounds and pass judgment on those who don’t.
She said she was tired of hearing women have to worry about their figure:I’m sick of meeting friends for dinner and hear the topic turn to juice diets rather than juicy gossip. I’m tired of listening to a friend discuss another girlfriend who’s put on 10 pounds, her voice dropping with pity as though this poor girl was diagnosed with leprosy. I’m bored silly with the latest exercise trend, the latest health fad, the best advice for losing those pesky five pounds.
She feigned moral outrage over Trump’s use of the term “fat pigs.”
And she chastised a physician who was concerned about weight gain in his patients:
“Seriously? Earth to the good doctor: Nobody wants to be fat, and the last thing heavy patients need is a judgmental physician. Everyone deserves respect from their doctors. Motivation is fine, but humiliation crosses the line.”
According to Dianne, who is acting as a representative of the Telegram and Gazette, it’s not a big deal because he can’t be identified:
Oh OK. That makes it OK then. Here’s my question Dianne – did you tell this guy you were gonna post his bare ass on the Facebook machine? Did you tell him you were gonna take his picture at all? No? Then it doesn’t really matter that his face can’t be identified. You violated this dude so you and your mean girl clique could laugh at him on Facebook.
And yes, we shame people all the time. The difference is that the people we shame are ALWAYS up to no good. But this guy? He was changing her flat tire. What did he do wrong? This is the difference between the Turtlegram and Turtleboy. We go after bad guys, and they go after good guys.
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