Gun Rights Mole Exposes Moms Demand Action Leader’s Hypocrisy


Over at commentator debbiedowner went undercover and “joined” [via Twitter] Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Three Days in the Shoes of a Gun Activist chronicles her journey into the heart of darkness. First, this is how she did it: “Going in headfirst would get me blocked, so I had to come up with a strategy. I decided I would assume the role of a “#gunsense” supporter, and see what I could find out about the group’s values that way. I started out talking to some random people; one guy (@MDGunsBen) welcomed me and attempted to prepare me for the rough time ahead. Eventually, I started working my way closer to the middle of the group. Surprisingly, this only took two days to accomplish . . .

Once she got in, debbiedowner managed to schmooze with MDA founder Shannon Watts. There’s no smoking gun per se. The gun rights mole focused her efforts on confronting MDA’s jefe on her org’s position on suicide prevention.

“Another MDA supporter had repeated my assertion that there wasn’t a lot of work with suicide awareness in the campaign, and Mrs. Watts stated that ‘Few of daily shootings’ are the result of mental health issues. 61% of gun deaths are suicides, yet she asserts that ‘few’ of the deaths from guns are a result of mental health issues. I asked for clarification, and she informed me that suicide is not the issue – gun violence is. So, in essence, the founder of Moms Demand Action has clearly stated that they’re not concerned about suicides or helping prevent suicides – they’re just concerned about guns. Even though suicides make up 61% of the gun deaths in the country.

Probably the most shocking thing is that shortly after this, I was blocked by both individuals I was conversing with. I was told I don’t really support their cause, and that I was likely a “250lb bubba” that wishes I was a female. All of this, in spite of the fact I never said anything negative about gun control, never suggested they do less to work towards gun control, and consistently stated that I believe gun control will work in all areas but suicides. Suggesting they do something as simple as starting to also campaign towards suicide awareness, given that it’s the leading cause of death by guns, means that I don’t support their group and I am counter to their purpose. And I feel I should reiterate, this isn’t just some random gun control advocate.This is the founder of Moms Demand Action.

Again, “MDA Focuses on Gun Violence Not Suicides!” isn’t exactly stop-the-presses material. But any time gun rights advocates can highlight the lack of common sense amongst groups promoting themselves as purveyors of same is a good time to do just that. In other words, exposing the truth about gun control groups can only help Americans seeking to defend or extend their natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. [h/t MDGunsBen]


  1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    mmmmmmm. Shannon Watts(TM) wearing only one glove. . . .

    1. avatar PhoenixNFA says:

      What if dirkdiggler were Shannon watts in disguise.


      1. avatar Jay1987 says:

        Dagnabbit!!! How’d you know???

      2. avatar Duke of Sharon says:

        If Diggler were Watts he’d never leave the house . . . or have time to post.

        1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

          word of advice from my dad: No matter how fine she is, someone, somewhere, is sick and tired of her shit

        2. avatar oopsdidisaythatoutloud says:

          Word of advice from my dad.
          Sometimes a man will eat a mile of sh!t just to see where it came from.

    2. avatar Chris says:

      You ain’t right, man! hahahahaha, and to think, she only lives 8 or so miles from my house. Not the typical Hooiser, this Shannon.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        I would be honored to be invited to a BBQ at your abode Sir

        1. avatar Sixpack70 says:

          Would there be an after BBQ walk? Say, 8 miles?

        2. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

          how about a strolling BBQ and we us a tractor to pull the BBQ pit and park it, say 8 miles from your house?

    3. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      I need to stop drinking coffee when I read your responses.

      1. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

        Geez, this is like a rule. Don’t have anything drinkable or edible within arms reach while reading here.
        Kinda like, ‘Never trust a fart’ or ‘Never waste a boner’ when you’re over 50.
        Just sayin

        1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

          But I have to multitask in the morning Tom. 🙂

    4. avatar Taylor Tx says:

      Even better that you got the first comment to the story, impressive response time to a Watts sighting.

    5. avatar TheSleeperHasAwakened says:

      Shannon Watts looks like s rat in the pic above.

    6. avatar Roscoe says:

      I’m still wondering where she left the other glove…

      1. avatar ropingdown says:

        Ask Dirk.

    7. avatar C says:

      Dude, I’m with Dirk. I totally would.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        TAG TEAM !!

        1. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

          I won’t post the link here, but utube worlds best beer commercial. It involves sharing…. Should be the second one down.
          No nudity per se, but it’s probably NSFW. Unless you work where I do and your boss shows it to you.

    8. avatar Hobbez says:

      Man Dirk, the more you talk about it, the more Milfy she looks. I think I’m comming around to your side….

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        I am a visionary . . . watch my movie – get inspired

        1. avatar Mack Bolan says:

          There is no accounting for taste I suppose. I wouldnt poke her with a stick.

    9. avatar Stuck in CA says:

      I need to stop reading these in lectures. Hard to express glee over Chemistry.

    10. avatar Jay1987 says:

      Time for the tinfoil….
      Dirk really is John Watts. He comes here and posts fantasies that he and Shannon act out nightly, in order to promote her cause and make his wifey a sex object among POTG and sway us to their side. DO NOT DRINK THE KOOLAID MY FRIENDS BE STRONG!!!

      tinfoil off.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        make sure you visit my art gallery, too.

  2. Surprise Surprise. Thugs with Jugs is just a bunch of gun grabbing plants. Yawn… They have no following and no influence except what is provided free of charge in the MSM, bought and paid for by the same people buying their ‘grassroots’ activism.

    1. avatar dwb says:

      Thugs with Jugs. Love it.

      1. avatar BLAMMO says:

        Twits with ( . )( . )

    2. avatar Roscoe says:

      Yep Liberty, all that you say is it.

      (Though I’d say lungs with jugs.)

  3. avatar ST says:

    Some interesting parallels can be drawn between gun control groups like this and African warlord groups like the RUF.Both organizations claim to stand for the greater good while actively trying to ruin it .

    1. Great point ST, I’d love to read a whole piece written along those lines.Could be powerful…

    2. avatar Mina says:

      “Where the K-type populace values loyalty, the r-type Liberal will be disloyal, from immigration, to war, to sovereignty, to foreign policy, to intelligence, etc. Where the K-type human wants to protect children, and see children reared carefully, the r-type Liberal supports single parenting, gay parenting, and all other sorts of unconventional parenting schemes, with no concern at all for their effects upon the children. Where the K-type human want’s freedom, thirsts for competition, respects success, and demands responsibility, the Liberal seeks to thwart all of that. Where the K-type human respects ability, determination, and effort, and demands that it be rewarded, the r-type seeks to reward failure, sloth, and cowardice, and force the successful to endure the cost of producing the reward. Where the K-type human wants to win, the r-type seeks to prevent it.

      Every facet of Liberalism is tailor-made for out-grouping, because by it’s very nature, Liberalism is a psychological out-group within our K-selected species. Indeed, one of the most galling facets of the work behind this site, to Liberals who understand it, is that it is a completely logical argument, highlighting the aberrant nature of the Liberal psychology within the human race.”

      For too long we have left the Lemmings within our nation to be easily converted to cowardice and disloyalty by the Liberals. It is time for this to stop, and for us to diversify our argumentative technique to acquire this low-hanging electoral fruit.”

  4. avatar cyrano says:

    She is showing pinky in that photo. Oooohhh la la la. I feel like I am back in the 1800s.

  5. avatar king_of_hearts says:

    Too bad the author of the original post at has already been banned.

    1. avatar General Zod says:

      I read a little further in the thread – the ban was because the “Debbiedowner” username was a second account on the georgiapacking forum, as the individual wished to remain anonymous. Problem is, a second account is a violation of the forum rules, so the ban happened.

      The info is still valid, though.

  6. avatar Jeh says:

    She needs a day job, and an education.

    1. avatar BillF says:

      She was smart enough to find a way of tapping into the Bloomberg Bucks.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        so what is Bloomie tapping ? Ain’;t nothing free, kids.

        1. avatar BillF says:

          I was hoping someone followed up with that.

    2. avatar Roscoe says:

      @ Jeh

      Job: Watts has one now.

      I can already see this broad running for political office; she has the appropriately slanted brains, deceit, experience as a spin doctor, and the apparent financial backing to be a progressive Democrat superstar…until she wets herself in front of a crowd.

      1. avatar Jeh says:

        Damn you may be right Ros.
        Even if she’s only a lowly talking head for the Obama administration or Bloomberg’s Communist regime, I mean she fits all the requirements you said and she’s completely full of sh*t…and herself…wait same thing.

  7. avatar Old Ben turning in grave says:

    Nice work, but unsurprising. The TTAG regulars tend to lean right, and there is honest disagreement and vigorous debate about key issues. That’s why many of us come here, to try out ideas, get other peoples’ takes, and let that inform and sharpen our thinking. It’s generally this way in right-leaning communities. Leftists, in contrast, tolerate not one whiff of disagreement with the Current Truth.

  8. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    want a real conspiracy theory? Shannon Watts(TM) (wimpy and clearly not satisfying her) husband John is a former health care executive . . . yep, the people who oversee treatment for suicidal individuals and help medicate them. What if she doesn’t want to prevent suicides because her husband is no longer employed at Wellpointe and (was forcibly) “retired” at the ripe old age of 50 after only one year as president of one of their divisions? What if this is her way of sticking it to the folks that made him cash in his stock options early? Hmmmmmm.

    1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      Isn’t she also a former health care company PR shill? I also remember reading something (maybe posted by you?) about how she was a Monsanto exec. Hardly the ‘Miss Susie Homemaker’ image she wants to push.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        yes – she used to head up the communications dept at Monsanto when she lived in this area.

      2. avatar Jeff says:

        Shannon Watts has existed under a number of aliases, despite appearing to have not ever divorced her current husband:

        1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

          Yup. That’s what I read. Good stuff in there. Calling her a fraud is putting it nicely when it comes to this woman.

        2. avatar Jay1987 says:

          I’ve seen somewhere she has more aliases than that. Now, I gotta ask myself two questions.
          1. Why does Ms. Suzy suckensilly need so many aliases?
          And2. What is she trying to hide with all those aliases???

      3. avatar ropingdown says:

        I thought she was the come-hither babe in the two-bathtubs Cialis commercial:
        “So you can be ready when the time is right!” Hey, hold on, that’s the CCW slogan. Cross-selling?

        And why do one million moms want to control 4-Gun? Are they in it with Hornady?

  9. avatar BlinkyPete says:

    This is awesome. Did she actually interface with these people in person or online? If it’s the latter she should publish all of these exchanges – that would really get this shared around.

  10. avatar WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot says:

    I got banned on MDA-USA’s Facebook with only one comment submitted. Immediately. Like 10 seconds. And it was a reasonable comment. How do they know that fast whether I’m fer ’em, or agin ’em? Secret code word? Direct feed to NSA database? Amazing debbiedowner got so close so fast.

    1. avatar dwb says:

      they have no idea who you are, they just immediately censor comments that do not conform to the playbook. Facebook pages of groups like this are usually staffed by overeager interns anyway. You know, the kind to have no experience and dont question authority because they are happy to have something on their resume.

      1. avatar WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot says:

        Yea I get that. I just have not run into this before. Not a very trusting group, are they?

        1. avatar dwb says:

          trust has nothing to do with it. Gun owners are at least 3x more active than non-gun owners. If they did not have this policy, their page would be overwhelmed with gun rights comments.

          If they are forced into censorship, they are losing the debate.

    2. avatar Tom says:

      My son posted a reasoned comment at 4 am in the morning. The post was immediately removed and he was blocked.

    3. avatar Cliff H says:

      Isn’t that one of the basic tenets of Rules for Radicals: “Control the message”? They must block dissent lest it raise ANY sort of doubt amongst their low-information readership/followers. It does their specious cause no favors to allow even the concept of logical discussion or debate since then they would have to admit that they were not already 100% right (left). Okay, 100% correct.

  11. avatar Dave says:

    Meh… All done through the anonmity of the internet. It’s not like she infiltrated an Al-Qaeda sleeper cell or the Hell’s Angels.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      same logic. same tactics.

    2. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      No, but debbie put up with the touchy feely victimhood stuff for several days without calling them idiots. Give her some credit. 😉

  12. avatar Jus Bill says:

    I suspect the only followers MDA has are Nanny Bloomie and a few Keyboard Kommandos. They can’t even muster a van load of supporters any more.

    1. avatar Alex Peters says:

      There’s a reason that header photo wasn’t a wide shot.

  13. avatar 5spot says:

    Watts is probably seething at the infiltration.
    Good job Robert.

  14. avatar Ima Yeti says:

    Such a pretty face hiding such an ugly mind.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      she is just lonely. Her husband is more interested in his art gallery than her. She needs someone to pamper her, draw her a warm bath, massage her feet and tell her how smart she really is and how enriched his life is now that she is in it. maybe someone to cook dinner and grocery shop for her. Watch the kids while she goes out for coffee with her friends. take her shopping for arts and crafts.

      1. avatar jwm says:

        And here i thought you just wanted to bone her.

        1. avatar Ima Yeti says:

          I’d hit it.

        2. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

          shhhhh. I am showing my sensitive side.

      2. avatar Jeff says:

        tell us more about her feet

      3. avatar Jay1987 says:

        Naw that girl needs to go huntin, fishin, muddin, and spend some time round a campfire with some home brew. then all the other touchy feely stuff you mentioned.

  15. avatar ensitue says:

    If Obama had a [email protected]#*h
    Oh wait,,,

  16. avatar JebNY says:

    debbiedowner gave herself away when she quoted real statistics. Only gun people know and use those statistics.

    1. avatar Gregg says:

      Exactly, can’t have anyone using their own intelligence to question the wisdom of the supreme leader

  17. avatar tdiinva says:

    So now when MDA talks about 30k gun deahts we now have Watts on record as saying she doesn’t care about 61% of them.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      and lots of the other deaths are Black children. Not only is Shannon Watts(TM) RACIST, she is also a Margaret Sanger protégé.

      1. avatar tdiinva says:

        How can you say that. I bet some of her children’s best friends are Negros.

  18. avatar Dana says:

    The MDA people are a bunch of fruitloops

    1. avatar Cliff H says:

      Dana, a word of caution from the past – “Never underestimate your enemy.”

      The contsituency that MDA is looking for, low-information voters and unquestioning liberal ideologues, MAY contain its share of “fruit-loops, but the organizers and leaders of the group and others similar to it know exactly what they are doing and are consciously and all too competently working towards a specific goal.

  19. avatar Doc 03911 says:

    Any screen shots of the conversations? I’d love to have them in my arsenal.

    1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      There are several screen shots in the thread over at the main article on I tried posting them for you, but they got deleted as spam.

  20. avatar William Burke says:

    Blocking people who question assumptions. That’s disreputable, right?

  21. avatar Tom says:

    I have tried for months for Ms Watts and MDA to go on the record what kind of actions she would support if the kind of gun bans she wants became law. Nothing but silence. I personally know what they think of the First Amendment, they got Twitter to permanently shut down my parody MDA Twitter page. I personally think they would endorse the use of violence to enforce gun bans. Their use of children as props is disgusting. If their proposals became law, thousands of children would be deprived of their moms and dads… the name of “the children”

    1. avatar Cliff H says:

      “I personally think they would endorse the use of violence to enforce gun bans.”

      Tom, there is really no other way that they COULD enforce gun bans. Look at California, New York, New Jersey, etc. Do you think people there pay any attention to those illegal, unconstitutional laws just because their legislatures passed them and the treasonous governors signed them into law? They obey them (as much as they do) because the power of the state will descend on them in the form of armed enforcement agents.

      If you look at all real-world attempts at Utopian social orders the one consistent pattern is that they ABSOULETLY MUST at some point resort to violence to control dissent. As I stated in a comment above, they cannot under any circumstances allow dissent because that would be admitting that their policies were open to discussion or debate and therefore were not 100% correct.

      And as for the “For the children” meme, every one of those (of us) who would fall under the weight of government enforcement of unconstitutional gun restrictions was somebody’s child at some point. Just because we’ve grown up and disagree with them the suffering and sacrifices of our parents suddenly no longer count for anything?

  22. avatar FrankM says:

    The suicide thing might not be surprising but I’m glad the leadership has outed themselves as regionally prejudiced, fat-shaming, trans-phobic, assholes (i.e. the “250lb bubba who wishes (they) were female” bit). Then again, I’ve met a lot of PotG who are just as prejudiced.

  23. avatar Aharon says:

    Girl Shannon was a loyal PR quack for Monsanto which owns Blackwater and manufactured Agent Orange during the Vietnam War?

  24. avatar 5spot says:

    Is the 1 mill. Moms figure obtained the same way as “90% of Americans Want…” figure.
    I have only seen 30. Just sayin’ . Maybe the 1 mill. figure is hits on their website?

  25. avatar Ralph says:

    You guys don’t understand. Shannon Demands Action isn’t a bunch of fruitloops. It’s not interested in suicide prevention. It’s not interested in “gun violence.” It’s not interested in members. It’s not “for the children.” It’s not even interested in gun control, guns or control. It’s a money-making venture, PERIOD. It’s about money and nothing but money. This organization is Shannon Watt’s ticket on the Bloomberg-Joyce Foundation gravy train. That’s all there is to it.

    Had the “spy” sent Shannon Demands Action a big check, I’m sure that Ms. Watts and her legion of hags and girlie men would be polishing debbiedowner’s toenails this very day.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      how big is a “big check”? the Shannon Watts(TM) toenail polishing thing sounds kinda erotic

    2. avatar ropingdown says:

      Yes. That. Shannon’s next poster’s gonna show a cowering scrawny 12-yr-old street meth dealer with a Hi Point in his belt and a pleading look on his face, being intimidated by five OFWG’s in suits brandishing ARs. “Real Americans Root for the Underdog! Take The Man’s Guns Now. For the Children.”

    3. avatar Aharon says:

      It’s a money-making venture…

      I was reflecting upon that one. Many/most of the political movements are money making schemes and sometimes they result in political power wins for the leaders.

  26. avatar Michael B. says:

    They don’t care about facts and they can’t be swayed by logic or reason. Shame them, make fun of them, belittle them and laugh at them.

    That’s all they deserve.

    1. avatar Mina says:

      Actually that is all they Understand.

  27. avatar Daniel Silverman says:

    wow, just wow…

  28. avatar Daniel Silverman says:

    Does MDGunsBen have screen shots of this stuff. We can run with it lol

  29. avatar Chris in Dallas says:

    She is soooo good looking.

  30. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    I am thinking about trolling ebay for one of those luggage tags (buying on the secondary market doesn’t put $$ in their pocket, esp when you get it for less than face value) and put it on my gun range bag

  31. avatar MOG says:

    I knew it, and still clicked on it.

  32. avatar Lucas D. says:

    I don’t see why Shannon Watts and rest of MDA would complain about these comments. I’d have thought they’d be flattered. I mean, if I ever encounter this many people so eager to screw me, it would have to mean I wandered into a timeshare seminar.

  33. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    Milfs demanding action
    A Cunning bunch of Runts…

  34. avatar ToddR says:

    I live near her, too and she’s a friend/neighbor of someone I work with. I keep my mouth shut about it as I really don’t want any heat at my job. Just knowing that I’m just a few degrees of separation is aggravating. Maybe one day I’ll try to mole my way into her little club. She’s always downtown on the circle chanting with the other grabbers.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      get invited to the Christmas Party at her house. . . . . and then let me know the time/place. thanks

  35. avatar Liberty2Alpha says:

    So, this reporter took less than three days to get within MILF Watt’s inner Twa… er… Twitter circle…

    … and 90 comments in, Dirk hasn’t duplicated the tactics?

    You’re slipping Dirk.

    1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

      or I have learned from the prior infiltrator and I am keeping much quieter while I gather evidence. . . . .

  36. avatar cubby123 says:

    Those MOMS DEMAND TO BE VICTIMS can rant and rave all they want ,they are in violation of the constitution ,not gun owners,so good luck with you’re’ repeal the 2nd amendment ‘campaign.Let’s see how many of them,oh ya ,they claim 110,000 which means 10,000 and how many gun owners,oh ya 80,000,000 ,so good luck ladies.

  37. avatar Mina says:

    What these folks want more than anything is to be seen as:
    1. morally superior
    2. smarter
    3. able to get people on their side

    “Liberals are processing incoming stimuli during debates through a completely different neurological filter compared to Conservatives, and their goals within debate are different as well. As a result, Conservatives will argue within the bounds of honesty and honor, to find logical truth, while Liberals will argue in a less rule governed fashion, simply to acquire followers, and create consensus around their views – in essence validating them through public acceptance. This difference in purposes during debate can be exploited, if you understand it.”

    The point I will make here, once again, that responding to the MDA crowd by constantly attending to them, retorting to their every claim, escalating your emotion to match theirs Gives Them Exactly What They Want !! As they perceive “Debate” (above) they have beaten you.

    The only way to win the battle against gun control is to change to the game to one where We make the rules, We set the field and they have to come and play. Not the other way around.

    As the Anonymous Conservative further states at the link above: … “Conservatives will instinctively fail to meet the Liberal on the correct elocutionary battlefield, for it will not be enough to simply be correct. One must also focus upon preventing the Liberal from feeling as if they are amassing consensus around their false premise.”

  38. avatar John Fritz says:

    These MDA folks make me think of ex-junkies who start drug treatment centers.

    They will tell you what’s good for you. Shut up. Don’t comment or contradict. You’re wrong. Period.

  39. avatar MDB says:

    MDA would be wise to study authoritarianism. From the beginning they have been a high right authoritarian organization. (Right doesn’t mean right as in conservative but as in righteous in the political science theory of HRAs.) Exclusion of any outside groups, ideas or thinking. Not just exclusion but meeting any counter information with hostility. Any member of the group that doesn’t follow the rest of the group to the letter will be expelled in order to maintain the purity of the group.
    These symptoms and more are signs of an HRA.

  40. avatar Pat says:

    Dumb, statist, commie libtards.

  41. avatar Joseph B Campbell says:

    I am a conspiracy theorist. I tend to see enemies all over. Is it possible that all these people are bought and paid for by the criminal element to reduce the amount of resistance to committing any crime. So granted I’m whack! Can you answer me this then, where does your money come from???

  42. avatar Kendahl says:

    So they are against gun violence. Do they think other forms of violence, that leave innocent victims maimed or killed, are less important?

  43. avatar Joe says:

    Why not write her a letter and let her know how you feel!

    This stay at home trophy wife in her million dollar mansion needs to know the error of her way.
    Shannon Watts
    6100 Stonegate Run
    Zionsville IN 46077

  44. avatar resetplz says:

    “Gun violence” includes suicides. Nice try.

    What she means–and what you’ve foolishly chosen to spin–is that they are not concerned with the CAUSES of suicide but the MEANS by which it is accomplished.

    If you’re going to disrespect our intelligence we’re going to disrespect yours.

  45. avatar Rob Lindsey says:

    This is really amazing. I just “liked” the Moms Demand Action page of Facebook to see what was up BEFORE I saw this post. I was rather amazed at the lack of opposition comments on the page except those that were offensive, called names, or generally made the person look like a jackass.

    After they posted a story about an incident in Savannah Georgia this week (I live in Georgia), I responded by posting a news story where the gentleman charged in the incident provided his side of the story. I found one response later in the day saying there was no reason to listen to the idiot gun-toter. I responded, citing specifics in the constitution and the SOTUS case the established presumption of innocence. I later posted several recent news stories from Georgia about single mother’s who had defended themselves with a firearm.

    Later, they posted a “rethink gun storage” which I commented on that I agreed … that I rethink often whether or not my firearm is on my side or locked away and how I have taught my children how to respect and handle guns.

    I went in today to see if anyone had posted any comments … they were GONE. Fortunately, I had shared the posts on my page with the comments I had posted. The only “evidence” of my comment is the response from the other commenter saying that there was no reason to listen to the man in Savannah.

    I tried to be as respectful as possible … no cursing, no name calling … a little snarky, but that’s the way I am generally.

    It is their right to control the content and comments on their Facebook page, but I was stunned that they would remove factual, opposing views. I guess I still trust people too much.

    Absolutely amazing.

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