Sunday Morning Hangover Thread on Our Favorite Topic: Trolls

Sunday Morning Hangover Thread on Our Favorite Topic: Trolls

I haven't done these in a while, and I understand some of us have been getting a little hungry. So we have an edition today. But I figured we'd start with a few screen-grabs of the polite cats known as the Bernie Or Bust Squad.

Turns out that there is a plan to harass TPV and me personally for making a splash over Bernie land with some of our home runs.

I mean, if you are going to put together a whole "coalition" to harass me, shouldn't you learn to spell my last name? I know it's hard and all, but come on.

The thing that evidently sparked what I assume to be a spontaneous combustion, I mean movement, to take down TPV is frustration with the superb quality of our site and their disbelief that all of this could be the result of volunteer writing. Thus we continue to get accusations like this:

you shill for the most establishment candidate there has been for cycles.

Right, because nothing says anti-establishment like never having a real paycheck outside of political office.

Are you guys owned by David Brock?

David Brock, are you listening?!? Where is my money!!!!!

When shilling accusations won't do, there's the most profound way of telling someone you are no longer a reader, by making it clear you are not only reading the site but also the comments looking for a reason to fume.

Seriously??? these Hillbots run on opinion and profanity at anyone who differs... You have lost me as a reader.

Our loss.

But then there are even more brilliant ones.

I notice your site lacks a comment section.

May we have some comments on this, please?

But of course, the best trolling is being done on Twitter these days, and BernieBrats know their racism.

Subtle.

Not so subtle.

But you know, I'm too harsh for banning these paragons of civil discourse.

That's all. This is your hangover open thread!



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