According to the group's founder, Zeeda Andrews, the user repeatedly harassed the members of the site, making bizarre comments about the truckers being arrested, along with other odd statements. Although the administrators attempted to block him on several occasions, the offensive user managed to return like all good trolls do.
So, one of the administrators made an unfortunate, albeit funny comment. The administrator said,
"You keep coming back like herpes."
Apparently, the comment played right into the hands of the evil troll, who quickly reported the comment to Facebook, effectively shutting down the page for a day. As this author is well aware through personal experience, being snarky is enough to get one booted from Facebook, as reported last month by Joe Newby of the Examiner.
Rest assured, the Trucker's Facebook page will soon be up and running again. In the meantime, Zeeda Andrews set up a Twitter account. She will also being doing a nightly broadcast at 9:00 eastern time at the Trucker's official website, "Ride for the Constitution." To call in and speak with Zeeda, the number is 218-862-9829.
On Monday night, Zeeda will discuss the Facebook lock-out.
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