When Abe and Ella set up their new blog (and we’re being generous here, including Ella…it’s unlikely she did much but nod apathetically), we’re quite certain they didn’t expect the reaction they’ve been getting from their readers.
If you listen to people like Angie Fag-Ash Disney and Barmy Bronny Llewellyn, the world has been waiting with bated breath to hear words drop like pearls from the lips of Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva Draper. People have been waiting, all right, but they’re not mistaking his random drooling for pearls.
Abe’s new blog’s Comments section has been overrun with people demanding the truth. Of course, since he learned how to work the delete button, Abe has been mashing away at it furiously, trying to keep the place completely truth-free. But his commenters are definitely giving him a run for his money.
For example, in this exchange, a commenter challenges the basis of Abe’s wackadoo theory about hemp being an excellent substitute for blood transfusions:
‘Jojo Again’ cites a scholarly article, blowing Abe out of the water.
Undeterred, Abe gives it another shot, inserting as many big words as possible: “CVID is a clinically heterogeneous disease. Its main features are hypogammaglobulinemia and recurrent infections, which implies that blah blah blah I am a big important fellow and I know lots and lots of big words or at least I can cut and paste them from the internet so there hahahahaha’.
‘Jojo Again’ cuts to the chase: “CVID isn’t a disease caused by a lack of a particular source material. But what about the children?’
‘Jojo just gets deleted’ points out that he is talking out his arse, and notes that this comment, too, will be deleted (it was).
At this point, though, ‘Lulu’ and ‘Soosie’ jump in:
Sadly, our mole couldn’t get a shot of the whole comment, but this does appear to confirm a theory we’ve held for some time.
Kudos to Jojo, Lulu, and Soosie, and all those whose comments were cut off in their prime by a ‘truther’ who seems more interested in squelching dissent than in shedding any real light on the matter.