When in doubt, make a List of all the people you think are evil and bad—the key players—and start that List with your stepson’s name.
All the people listed, she tells us, are “part of the story.”
But if you look carefully at the List, you’ll see that with the single exception of the stepson, every person whose name appears is somebody she considers an enemy. Not just “part of the story,” but the evil part.
See, there are other people who are “part of the story.” People like
Dawn Renee Zimmerman
Gnomie the Crocheter
Stacey Waddell Farness
and last but not least,
What about these people? Lots of folks I know have felt the wrath of some of these people pretty seriously. They have doxxed folks. They have insulted folks. And some of them have just said dumb shit.
Pace is an enigma. He fits into the story, though. He’s an integral part.
Why aren’t their little bios on that page?
But more importantly, do you see how including the son’s name in the List makes it appear that the son is in fact considered an enemy? He is, of course. Nicole has made that clear from other remarks she’s made about him.
But when confronted with this, she responded with her usual denials.
He’s just a “key player.” How in the hell is he a “key player”? He appeared once, briefly, in court, and accused Joe of neglect, cruelty and sexual abuse. The state of Kentucky chose to ignore his testimony. That’s it. That was the whole thing.
Yet he’s a “key player” and Pace, who engineered a loan that set Nicole up in business, is not. The son is a “key player,” and yet, “Charles Smyth” who has an uncanny way of showing up to defend Nicole in a matter of seconds after she is criticized, is not. The son is a “key player,” and yet Michelle Fischer, who doxxed critics, is not.
Alex is not a “key player.” His role lasted one day and was brief. He is on the List because, like the rest of us on there, he is persona non grata.
The question is why. Is he considered bad because he dared testify against his father? Or is he considered bad because his testimony hit way too close to a nerve?
I know what I think.
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