Recently Corey Meyer asked three simple questions of Virginia Flaggers spokesperson Connie Chastain.Lie, lie, lie. I answered the question. You can go here:
Question 1. Is Tripp Lewis a Virginia Flagger?
Question 2. Did Tripp Lewis call Matt Heimbach a “Good Guy”?
Question 3. Since Matt’s opinions have been discovered, has the Va. Flaggers refuted Matt for those opinion or have they continued to embrace him as a Friend on FB?
Connie declined to answer the questions.
and read my answer.
Here is my answer: "Nothing the VaFlaggers have done indicates he is a favorite (i.e., regarded with special favor or preference). They have never "embraced" him. He attended a couple of VaFlagger events. That's pretty much the extent of their contact with him. Simpson is a liar."
Then Simpson continues his relentless harassment -- actually, his attempted persecution -- of Susan Hathaway, although he ostensibly is referring to me: "Nor did she have any information on when we can next expect to see Susan Hathaway flagging in front of the VMFA, although she knows Susan’s speaking schedule."
What I know of Susan's schedule comes to me in dispatches from the VaFlaggers for me to upload to their website but I'm pretty sure she does a lot more than is listed on the blog.
Maybe Simpson would like to explain why he's asking about Susan flagging the VMFA. Maybe he'd like to explain why he thinks it's any of his business. Because it isn't -- unless he has interests in the VMFA he's deliberately hiding?
C'mon, Simp. What's your interest in all this? Somebody paying you? Or is it to get back at Virginia for some imagined slight you experienced when you resided there? C'mon, fess up. The depth and type of interest you're exhibiting begs for some explanation.
He continues, "This is proof that at times she can be quiet." She, meaning me.
Except I haven't been quiet.
"However, we soon expect a tenth post this month attacking “a total nobody.”
Yup. To the VaFlaggers, you are a total nobody, Simpson. They don't even read your flog.
As much fun as that was, it gets more fun in the comments.
Kristen "Schroeder" Konate -- she who put her own address on Facebook and then accused Barry and Grayson of doing it -- sez, "The Flaffers are floundering out of their element – they have managed to create a circus image for themselves here in RVA."
Oh, dear readers. I wish I could tell you how absurdly hilarious that is, and why. Let's just say increases in membership and donations undeniably refute Konate's claim. Although, she may be right that her leftist, all-emotion, little-cognition "unity" crowd see the VaFlaggers that way. (Flaffers? She's not real good at making up parody nicknames, is she?) But regular folks know better.
Then we have several WONDERFUL posts from "B. Parks," who first hallucinates right there on WordPress for all to see. Apparently, she thinks insulting me and the VaFlaggers elevates herself in some manner. In fact, she gives us a sharply focused look at what "tolerance" and "unity" are really all about -- hatefulness and insults. The VaFlaggers are not mentally challenged or embarrassed. Neither am I. We are only the butt of humor-impaired (and decency-impaired) people's jokes, and the VaFlaggers have done more for the strengthening of Confederate heritage than any other group in a long time. If B. Parks was right, Simpson wouldn't have to fabricate so much crap to try to embarrass the Flaggers with.
Don't you love the hateful "hillbilly stereotype" accusation? I have to say, though, as one who comes from a long line of true Appalachian hillbillies, I believe yer average hillbilly is several rungs above B. Parks and her ilk on the ladder of sheer decency and integrity.
But I relish her second post more than the first. Sez B Parks, "I wanted to add that Chastain calling you a ‘nobody’ is hysterical as she is the one who writes make believe books and pretends to he some kind of romance novelist."
Well, I wrote a romance novel, so I'm not pretending. And it was published by a small, indie publisher in California, so it's not make believe, is it? In fact, all three of my published novels (one romance, one YA coming of age tale, and one mainstream novel) are available as real, tangible paperbacks that you can hold in your hand, not just e-books. Maybe she's confusing "fiction" and "make-believe." Do you reckon she doesn't know that some of the greatest works of literature to come from the pen, and the mind, of humanity, were fiction?
"Only thing she seems to able to create are offensive web banners..."
Well, they weren't offensive to my customers. Perhaps she's confusing my Facebook memes -- which can certainly be offensive to leftists and haters -- with the advertising web banners I've done for my customers.
"...and mediocre book covers that look like they were done by middle schoolers with a pirated copy of Kids Paintbrush!"
Oh, B. Parks. Show me book covers YOU have created, sweetheart. Show us some you created for paying customers, doll-face. Like these: http://wordslingerboutique.biz/customercovers.html
Put your money where your blabbering mouth is. Show us your covers.
Then Corey makes a fool of himself with this: "...Connie is the internet voice of the Flaggers…which I have always found odd…that the Va. Flaggers cannot maintain their own website since Tripp Lewis is a paid internet hacker. Odd indeed."
Corey, you have a blog. You should know the difference between creating content and uploading it. I receive info, i.e., content, from the VaFlaggers and I upload it to their blog. I don't create it. I create content for MY blog. I do blog about the VaFlaggers quite a bit, and sometimes I ask for, and receive, information to blog about. But I try not to bother them much because they're busy people, so as much as I can, I make do with what I find on Facebook. (Corey, Tripp is busy; he has a job, he has a family, and he already has an Internet enterprise that requires a lot of time to keep up, so he doesn't have much time. I do. Is understanding dawning yet?)
Then we have some more scrumptious insults from B. Parks, who gives us a truly breathtaking look at the inner workings of the hateful leftist mindset. Some hick? Great, wonderful B. Parks. What lovely intolerance! Leftist name-calling at its best. "...makes Cooter look like a brainchild..." Isn't it hilarious that this woman -- has to be a woman -- is putting down other people's mental capacities for no other reason than that she hates them (and she doesn't even know them!) while she doesn't know the meaning of "brainchild"?
(BTW, B. Parks, their Confederate ancestors failed because an army of barbarians made war on civilians in the South. Same army that made brutal war on American Indians. Proud of that, too, are you? That's increasingly what being an American means -- pride in our national brutality carried out under our flag, Old Gory....)
How I would love for James Knox to produce some of the "racist rhetoric" he believes the VaFlaggers are "indoctrinating children" with, but you know he can't produce it, because it doesn't exist. Everything these haters and critics "know" about the VaFlaggers comes not from reality, but from what the voices in their heads tell them. Or from what the read on Simpson's blog, which is pretty much the same thing.