So this was Nicole last night, hanging out in the van, yammering live about CPS and Todd Pate and “what not.” I’m not really sure what she talked about since I have yet to listen to a word of it. And you can read the whole Pate audio thing here. Part Two is here.
But when she does a live video like this, people can comment in real time. They can ask questions, whatever. Nicole knows this, of course, and makes sure to announce ahead of time that she is going to do this so everyone can get their popcorn popped and go potty and get ready for the show.
And a bunch of people commented.
One of those people was a woman named Susie Campbell. Susie, as far as I know (and according to Susie, who sent me all this information via private message and then gave me permission to blog about this) has never commented on Nicole’s page or any other page either pro or con the Nauglers, ever. She was a virgin commenter, last night.
Here’s her first comment.
You have to read these from the bottom up, as you can see from the time stamps.
A couple of minutes later, Kortney Rodriguez (whoever she is) had more to say.
This was an odd comment. I went back and looked at it in context and it makes very little sense.
But Susie replied.
And there you have it. The virgin commenter. That’s all there was. Nothing else.
Fifteen minutes later, Susie, who is a real person and that’s her real name, got a notification from Facebook.
What photo? What?
This is Susie’s grandson. As you can see, it’s her profile picture. Grandmothers do this sort of thing. I have pixelated his face, but the original was not. He’s a handsome boy.
There is nothing “wrong” with this. Facebook permits it, of course. Profile pictures are always public and the share button is right there.
However, it was a message to Susie.
This is what Nicole and Joe (and by extension “Charles”) do. The message is this: Shut the fuck up. Do not say anything snarky to me or about me. We are watching and we will do worse if you don’t quit.
Susie does not have “follow” enabled on her Facebook page, like I do. When Joe came snooping around on my page, he wanted me to know he’d been there. So he left a “signature.” He “followed” me. I got a notification about it.
It was a message.
This was a message to Susie.
Just like this was a message to Al Wilson, from just the other day.
“I’m watching you,” it says.
And Nicole is quick to say, “Oh, I don’t ban anyone for disagreeing with me. I only ban people for being rude.”
“Use your real name, don’t be a coward.” Oh, you mean like “Charles” who is either Nicole or Joe or Larissa depending on who happens to be controlling it at the time? A coward like that? “Charles” the hit man? “Charles” who provides Nicole with plausible deniability? That kind of coward?
Meanwhile, Joe and “Charles” are busy sending little messages to those they do not like.
One comment about GoFundMe. A simple question. Fifteen minutes.
That’s all it took for Susie to become a target.
Ninety minutes after I published this piece, Nicole had read it and commented on her page, taunting Susie.
And “Charles” joined in, but “he” seems to have a wee problem and is using a different page. I don’t why that is, except perhaps that Susie has “him” blocked.
The reference to “Miss Communication” is a direct reference to Susie’s husband. It means that Nicole and “Charles” spent a bit of time digging into Susie’s life trying to find anything they could to taunt her with. Anything.
This is a reference to a comment made by Susie’s husband about how Susie likes Lucky Charms. He’d bought some at the store because he cares about his wife and got them even though they are horrible and no sane person would like them, but she does, so he bought them. She doesn’t need a GoFraudMe to get them. It’s Nicole who begs, not Susie.
This stuff is so elementary-school it isn’t funny, but it’s what they do.
And Nicole, by entering into it, as you can clearly see, doesn’t have clean hands. She does this shit. She denies doing it, but here she is, doing it.
Nicole, get off the god-damned internet and go take a fucking bath.