Pity the town of Canton, Ohio. Home of the McKinley Presidential Library and the gravesite of U.S. President William McKinley, it also boasts the Pro Football Hall of Fame (well, U.S. football at least) and the First Ladies National Historic Site.
And starting on Friday evening, the Marriott Courtyard hotel in Canton will host the “Occupy 2019” conference, which will feature a group of über-evangelical end-times Christians, including the ever-deplorable Tom Dunn, legendary exploiter of abused children.
Dunn, who has confessed to having been visited by agents from the FBI regarding his continual harassment of children and families, will be speaking at this militant Christian hoedown on Friday at 6:00 p.m. local time, and has stated on one of his videos that he plans to talk about (guess what?) Hampstead.
Never mind that by his own admission he knows
piss-all very little about the facts surrounding the Hampstead SRA hoax—anybody remember his disastrous interview with Hellbound Heathen, in which Dunn stumbled and stuttered and basically demonstrated his own ignorance? The one where he finally admitted that his “proof” of one person’s guilt was their appearance on a BBC interview?
Yeah, fun times.
Setting aside the (presumably unintentional) schoolboy humour of its tag-line—”Occupy till I come“—the conference sounds like something that would happen if a bunch of gun-totin’, gay-hatin’, conspiracy-believin’ survivalists suddenly got religion in a big way.
Actually, that’s exactly what it is.
On the conference web page, Dunn hilariously describes himself as a “gorilla film-maker” who rode on his “mentor” Russ Dizdar’s coattails for eight years before finally deciding to while away his days harassing women outside abortion clinics, exploiting abused children, and mucking about on YouTube.
According to Dunn, he has great plans coming up, which he will presumably announce at the conference. Sure, he’s stuck with a basement full of little cards and stickers and hoodies that he can’t unload, but arrant stupidity of Dunn’s calibre will always find a way.
Dunn plans to “do some damage”…we mean, aside from crashing his car while filming himself:
…but he can’t announce it on video, because people might be watching.
Um, pardon our ignorance, but do you think he really gets the concept of putting things online? Isn’t the point supposed to be that people watch you? What are we missing here?
And of course, it all comes down to the bottom line: send money, so Tom Dunn can continue exploiting abused children and pretend he actually works for a living: