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Via: justinbieber
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Bieber DGAF about your presents either.

In most situations, it's rational for a commenter to question the Facebook publications on the legitimacy of a news story. Sites try to piggy-back on any trending topic and add their own voice.

But, when the site is actually A NEWS SOURCE, perhaps you should leave your comments to yourself.

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Via: Mike Webb
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Virginia congressional candidate Mike Webb's Facebook page has been swarmed with trolls ever since he shared a screen grab with open tabs to pages “LAYLA RIVERA TIGHT BOOTY” and “IVONE SEXY AMATEUR.”  


Once the story went viral, people are coming from all over the internet to join one of the most active comment sections on Facebook. 

Good luck with your campaign, Mike Webb. In the meantime, we'll just continue to peep your comment section. 

ProTip: get some password protection, three-step verification, the whole deal.

AND if you "accidentally" sent a tweet of some gay porn, you can always blame it on a hack. That seems to be the scapegoat that bids well for most.

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