People kept asking me about today’s courtroom drama. Yesterday they asked me. I told them that it was an arraignment, that it would be nothing, Joe would plead “not guilty,” they would set another court date, Nicole and Joe would go to Hardee’s for lunch. Nothing. Boring.
Boy, was I ever wrong.
Instead, we were treated to Nicole having a meltdown and posting video of how Lisa had stalked her in the courthouse and how Nicole was just so upset.
She’s “still shaking.” Poor thing. Why are people so ugly? Why would Lisa want to stalk Nicole?
She was just sitting there in the courtroom, and had no idea Lisa was even there, and then she only recorded Lisa as “evidence.”
She’s obligated to do this, don’t you see? Obligated. She has no choice in the matter. She’s under a court order to. . . or something.
How awful for Nicole. Eric and Viv sat back down after Eric’s case and waited, just to stalk Nicole.
And you can see that she walked away, can’t you? She just walked away. And she found a cop and she explained to him how upset she was. She cried and everything, because she was just shaking.
Yeah, she’s pregnant, and this is just bad to see her so shaken up. After all, she’s never been pregnant before. . . oh, wait.
One of the things that has been frustrating as hell to deal with when it comes to the Nauglers is their propensity to record the hell out of stuff, heavily edit it and then post only that portion that they think shows them in a good light. Joe did it the night of the beer in the road. Instead of Joe having a beer, suddenly it turned into me guilty of drunk driving. Instead of Joe recording us, suddenly it became me taking photos of Nicole and the kids.
But this time it’s different. Because this time, Lisa reversed the camera.
Here’s the woman who was “so shaken up” and who was “still shaking” hours later. Here’s the woman who was so startled because she had no idea that Lisa was even there. Here’s the woman who is so upset because she’s being stalked and stalked and it’s all so terrible, and she’s pregnant don’t you know? Here’s the woman who just a few minutes later was crying to a security guard.
And here’s the woman who did not “walk away” but who had to be pulled away, dragged, by Joe.
By the way, have you ever in your life seen a scruffier-looking couple of people in a courtroom?
Here’s the beautiful video:
Here’s the deal.
Lisa, along with another woman, and Eric and Viv arrived at the courtroom before Joe and Nicole did. They were already there before Joe and Nicole entered. Keep that in mind.
Furthermore, just as recently as Goatgate, Lisa and Al Wilson both attended the court session with the Sneeds. So, seeing Lisa in court wasn’t anything new to Nicole. In fact, at Goatgate, Joe actually sat next to Al.
In addition, Lisa has made no secret of her intention to attend that court session with Viv. It was public knowledge, and believe me, Nicole keeps up.
Eric’s case came before Joe’s because of something called “alphabetical order.” It doesn’t matter how many cases came between them, Eric and Viv had a right, and an interest, in seeing how Joe’s situation fared. If you were them, wouldn’t you have been interested?
So, Joe’s case concluded, and Joe and Nicole left the courtroom, having to pass Lisa and company in order to do so.
At this point, Nicole could have just walked out to her car and left, which is what a normal person would have done. Lisa had made no attempt to speak to Nicole or Joe, or shoot them a bird, or make eye contact or do anything.
But no. Nicole is “obligated” to record stuff, so she stopped and waited for Lisa to leave the courtroom. To say that Lisa was caught off-guard is an understatement. The fact that she had the presence of mind to grab her phone and begin recording Nicole is simply amazing to me.
And I will now start practicing that with my phone so I am ready for god-damned Nauglers wherever they might be.
And far from “walking away,” Nicole literally had to be dragged away by Joe, and kept recording while being towed backward.
Lisa went straight to a security guard and asked him to intervene which he did. Lisa left.
Joe and Nicole started in with “do you know who we are” (Joe’s favorite line) and “go visit our website” (sure, he’s gonna) and “I’m gonna file charges at the county attorney’s office” (right). The security guard, to his credit, did not laugh, although I’m certain he wanted to.
Looks different from the opposite side, doesn’t it? “I walked away” is a complete lie. “I’m still shaking” is total bullshit. “I was so startled” is shown to be totally false.
But let’s talk about public courtrooms.
Nicole wants even family court to be public. She bitches about it constantly.
She wants witnesses. She begs for them.
That was when the kids were taken. She wanted a huge demonstration. She got a small smattering of folks.
So, it’s fine and dandy and “thank you for your unending support” when people who agree with Nicole show up in court, outside court. She asks for people to call the county attorney and bitch about stuff. That’s good, you know, because those are her “rights.”
But Viv and Eric have no rights, it seems. They aren’t allowed to have a friend who is a lawyer come with them.
It does not matter one whit that Lisa met Viv because of this kerfuffle with Nicole. Hell, I met both Al and Lisa because of Nicole. Yet, all three of us went to Lexington and marched in the Women’s March and had a grand time. We’re good friends. We’ve cut up pigs and goats. We’ve eaten meals together. People meet other people in all sorts of odd ways. Nobody gets to dictate to me how I meet my friends.
But the very best comment in all this is this.
Where in the hell does she find these people?