"Scott Baio, an icon of my generation, is nothing but a wide-eyed Alex Jones fed Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist hoaxer grief troll." - SandyHookFacts.com
While I must admit, I did not ever wonder ,"Where is Scott Baio today?". Considering I was young in the 70's, it would not have been unusual or surprising if I had.
What is surprising is the answer to that question. So, then, where is Scott Baio?
Well, the surprising answer to that is:
Today, Scott Baio, lacking any semblance of a career, instead spends his time prowling around twitter, and when he finds a family who has lost a mother or a child to gun violence, he attacks and grief trolls them with Alex Jones inspired hateful hoaxer memes.
Simply put: Scott Baio, an icon of my generation, is nothing but a wide-eyed Alex Jones fed Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist hoaxer grief troll.
Shakes.. my.. head...
|Scott and Rachael Baio
Internet Grief Trolls and Hoaxer Conspiracy Theorists
Scott Baio attacks Sandy Hook Families
Scott Baio apparently decided he would launch a broadside attack against two families of victims of violent crimes. Scott Baio re-tweeted the above hoaxer created meme attacking Sandy Hook victim Vicky Soto's mother and Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer's mother.
What's next, Scott Baio, the earth is flat?
Scott Baio's obvious hoaxerism aside, no reasonable person could believe sending such a meme to 218,000 followers would do anything but seriously emotionally harm families; so hoax Scott Baio's intent was clear: cause pain to people in grief.
Scott Baio tries to double talk his way out of it, just like Alex Jones
Scott Baio then stood behind his attack on the families by blocking two victims who called him on his hoaxerism. The Soto family and Nelba Marquez; both well known on Twitter. How low could Alex Jones loving Scott Baio sink?
Scott Baio's wife doubled down on her husbands hate. Rachael Baio decided to compare her husbands hateful attacks to simply tweeting "a crayon photo". First, the attacks a "question" then it's a "Crayon". That is how Scott Baio and Rachael Baio see their libeling of families of murder victims.
They Baio's must have drank way too much of Alex Jones vitality brain juice; there is simply no other explanation.
By the way, while Scott has deleted his hateful attack on the families, he has not deleted his wife's disgusting take on that hateful tweet.
With both Baio's in on the attack on families, you know the emotional harm they are teaming up to cause is very intentional.
Scott Baio disgraced himself and good conservatives everywhere when he revealed he is nothing but a internet grief troll that attacks and hurts families who have lost loved ones in violent crimes. Intuitively, you would think Scott Baio's sole purpose of grief trolling these families could be for little else than to intentionally emotionally hurt them.
A twitter user did offer a suggestion:
Scott has decided he would rather continue to harm families by leading his following to attack families of murder victims.
You, Scott Baio, are personally associating yourself with a racist, disgusting, child stalking hate group known as Sandy Hook hoaxers, when you repeat their filthy lies.
Yes Scott, because of what you do, families are stalked to the point hoaxers are jailed.
Scott Baio's half assed attempt at an obvious fake apology was correctly rebuffed:
Don't hold your breath for an apology from a grief troll like Scott Baio. And if you get one, it will be fake or inspired bay a desire to save face.