Well, another of our posts that got our mail box working overtime.
What is the GoFundMe about?
Why is it everywhere I go?
Why have I not seen it before?
The what is something that we have covered before. The why is an ongoing investigation as the amount of money that our anna has spent on vacations in the last 12 months alone should have been sufficient to pay for our anna’s legal fees.
But ‘Bob’, if you haven’t seen the GoFundMe on facebook, it means you don’t frequent the same groups that our anna does. And that can only be a good thing.
On the other hand ‘Provaxspeaks’, if you see the GoFundMe post everywhere you go, you have our deepest sympathies.
But this got us thinking. Just how far did our anna try and spread the GoFundMe post? The GoFundMe page has been shared 743 times. This does not mean our anna has shared it 743 times, as we have seen other people share it, for both positive and negative purposes.
Anyway we thought we would look into it, so we sent our unpaid intern off with the following criteria:
1. Must be shared by our anna only
2. Must be in Facebook
3. Only have 10 minutes to search.
So, after 10 minutes (15 actually as we made them make coffee as well) our unpaid intern returned with 19 results, ranging from the 29th or March to the 8th of June.
Of the 19 results 16 were on anti-vaccination or conspiracy pages. The three exceptions were the Brisbane Domestic Violence Memorial page, the Don’t blame me I didn’t vote liberal page, and the Today show page.
We will note that of the 19 results there were no shares and only 6 likes (4 by the page admin).
To look at how ineffective that our anna’s GoFundMe page was, the group Dr. Tenpenny on Vaccines has 209,529 likes. If every person in the group donated 5 cents, our anna would have received $10,476.45. Currently the GoFundMe campaign has stalled at $1290.
So here is the list of posts that our unpaid intern found:
We can’t end this post without making special mention of where our anna first shared her GoFundMe page publicly. We are aware that this has been widely shared in the secret anti-vaccination groups, but of the first 5 shares on public pages three were anti-vaccination groups, one was ‘Knowing a Narcissist’ (ironic much) and the fifth was David Wolfe.
We thought that this last share really summed up our anna. David Wolfe is one of those special anti-vaccinationists conspiracy theorists that we have referenced to before.
David Wolfe believes that the Earth is flat and that gravity is a hoax.