Two weeks ago Monica Cannon-Grant promised that 55,000 people would march on Hopkinton after I published proof that Mikayla Miller killed herself, and was not lynched by 5 white teenagers.
She later changed that to 55,000 people at Marian Ryan’s office in Lowell, not realizing that her office was in Woburn. Unfortunately for her in the 2 weeks since then I’ve exposed her time and time again to be a liar and a fraud, and the medical examiner’s report came out and confirmed it was a suicide. So she didn’t quite get 55,000 people yesterday, but she might’ve had 55 (including cops and media, which consisted of the majority of attendees).
This was Monica Cannon-Grant before Turtleboy.
This is Monica Cannon-Grant after Turtleboy.
Hey, look who was there….
Jordan Berg-Powers and his wife Cara Berg-Powers, the Metric Tons of Fun power couple. These two were some of my earliest rivals from Worcester, and Jordan once accused me of calling his infant daughter a “white piece of a shit” in a blog. When I asked him for proof he said I edited it out.
Nice to see he’s still making up lies about racism to fuel his 10,000 calorie diet.
Tonight on the live show at 9 will be watching some of the highlights from this complete flop, including an amazing speech by the Bootleg Black Panthers, Monica’s petition “signed by” 16,000 people, and why this woman told her stylist to make it look like a horse took a dump on her head.
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