EXPOSED: This ‘Professional Victim’ Is A Regular Person Who I Refuse To Stop Harassing
Game developer and so-called ‘feminist’ Amy Carlson is one of the internet’s most perpetually offended social justice warriors — always crying about something. Barely a day goes by without her crying feminist tears about how she’s the victim of something or another! Am I right! Well, stay tuned because we’re about to blow the lid off this conspiracy.
After an exhausting 30-minute investigation, I can now reveal that Carlson — a professional victim who has fleeced her Patreon supporters out of a staggering $32 — is nothing less than a completely normal person who just wants all this to end. Can you believe it? I can’t, which is why I’ll continue to harass them endlessly.
This sort of professional victimhood is typical for these feminists, who I have spent a considerable amount of time studying and desperately searching for ways to criticise them so that I’ll feel justified in continuing to criticise them. I can’t understand why the mainstream media isn’t covering this? Are they doing the sex with them?
Leaked documents seen and authored entirely by me show conclusively that professional victim Carlson is also a textbook bully. She often uses her massive Twitter following to incite harassment, saying things like “I wish people would just leave me in peace” and “I wonder if I’ll ever get my life back”. And yet the SJW-feminist-cabal of games journalism cucks refuses to act. This corruption goes all the way to the top.
I emailed Carlson (she has me blocked on Twitter because she hates free speech) to tell her that we were planning to run this story. Look at the unbelievably threatening letter I received in response:
Another professional victim unmasked, and what do we find? A desperate need for validation, in an empty and meaningless existence defined by spite, a flawed individual with tragically poor self-awareness or understanding of human behaviour. Also, I found out some stuff about Carlson.
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