Date: 2016-06-19 03:20 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
What's scary, and certainly points to the unhealthy state of this community, is how quick people are to assume that all that they read is entirely true, no matter how many red flags pop up. When you have thousands of people with billions of dollars to spare with a known agenda for character assassination (rather than an assumed one which only paranoid conspiracy freaks can claim confidence in believing in), versus a high profile and outspoken individual, it's saddening to see people immediately do a 180 on their opinion of them, especially when the majority of details do indeed come from tabloid journalism.

At least a few of those news sites have fixed their stories when some of the "victims" themselves have come out and said "actually, none of that happened, you're talking complete nonsense".
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