I created the RNFTNC Facebook not to bash Betsy, but to start an open forum for our community to come say what was on their mind without being censored for having different opinions. I was banned for saying something was in poor taste. No cussing, no threats, no nada.
The RNFTNC Facebook page hasn't had any issues since I started it other than when Betsy's family and friends from Chico joined JUST to flood our wall. We are at something like 450 members and I haven't banned anyone or deleted any comments. As a moderator, if I see something I don't love, I don't respond. It's simple. For some reason everyone on my Facebook page acts like an adult and there isn't any drama. As I've always said, talking about Betsy's size is silly because it has nothing to do with what a crummy news director she is. I, nor anyone that I know of on my page has ever addressed her weight..and if they did I'd cry because I'm larger. In all seriousness though, you've got to question how NC3 is being run when a person who has been banned is ON THE NEWS. I don't think I'm at liberty to say names, but that is sooo backwards, guys. Excuse the huge clump of text, my 'smart phone' isn't all that smart.
Jennie, you hit on something really important. The fact that these NC3 camera people have some sort of special rights to be in the middle of serious situations and then FILM people without their permission. It's so incredibly rude.
After they posted a picture of what appeared to be a bloody street where a man had jumped to his death, I decided those people will NEVER get my family or myself on camera. The caption of the photo read something like 'the fire department washes down the street'. What a terrible invasion of privacy during something so serious. I'm glad you did what you did. I giggled.
Someone's head has been chopped off and his lower half is still moving in the road on 5th and H.
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