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Last night WHDH proved that it was fake news by doing a story on the alleged breakin in Norton, in which a litter of kittens and personal items were stolen from a hippie home school mom. Ya see, Turtleboy sees a headline like that and immediately investigates it. WHDH and the other cut and past MSM outlets see a story like that and envision a headline that will get them cheap clicks so they run with it, regardless of whether or not it has any truth to it. And as we showed our readers, there was lots to be skeptical about. We don’t need to rehash it all here, just read this.
Anyway, if you search for the story you still see it on Google:
But yet when you click on it you get this:
Oh look, it’s gone. Almost as if WHDH realized they’d just reported fake news. And from the looks of their “story” on Google cache, they really put a lot of effort in too:
“Police said the house was completely ransacked and left a mess.”
Bet you anything that was the part that got them to pull the story. More than likely that was a quote from homemade toothpaste Mom that they attributed to the police. Besides that they really did a bang up job getting one quote from Mom while plugging the GoFundMe as well.
This is why you read Turtleboy. Because we ask tough questions that others are afraid to ask. Do we know with 100% certainty that she’s lying? Nope. But we certainly don’t have any evidence that it’s true, and her behavior since the incident is pretty consistent with someone profiting off of a GoFundMe scam. Just sayin.