Posted on | June 16, 2014 | 41 Comments
Jeanette Runyon (@No1Important00) is a name that should be familiar to our regular readers. During the weeks when the Kaitlyn Hunt case was the subject of in-depth coverage here, Jeanette distinguished herself in keeping tabs on the “Free Kate” movement, which embraced the lesbian sex offender as a victim of homophobia (see, “Kaitlyn Hunt Is Guilty and, Yes, There Is a Movement to ‘Normalize Pedophilia'”). What she did was actually very simple: Jeanette screen-capped comments from the “Free Kate” Facebook page and posted them to Twitter. As simple as that sounds, it took a lot of dedication and, by exposing the bizarre claims and crude hatred of Hunt’s supporters, Jeanette’s work did a lot to show how dishonest and deranged the “Free Kate” movement was.
They hated her for that. Bad causes attract bad people, and “Free Kate” supporters included some of the most vicious people imaginable, who did everything they could to make Jeanette Runyon’s life miserable.
John Biver at BarbWire has a column about what kind of harassment Jeanette has experienced over the years — an experience that long preceded the “Free Kate” drama:
A few months ago BarbWire’s senior editor Jeff Allen used the phrase “homo-maniacal” to describe the behavior of these radical lefties.
Childhood trauma, stress disorders, and the resulting malignant narcissism all play a part in the Left’s victim mentality and in their effort, mostly subconscious, to shape our world to mirror their own damaged psyches.
Read the whole thing. Biver promises this is just “Part One” of a series, and I look forward to future installments.