Mistakes are things that occur and usually follow with repercussions. Mistakes are sometimes forgiven and sometimes, may never be forgiven. Just because someone gives you a heart felt apology, doesn’t necessarily mean they deserve forgiveness. I am a firm believer in this.
Such is the case of one Lindsey Stone.
You probably remember this woman from 2012. After posing for the despicable photo below at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, Lindsey Stone quickly became one of the most hated people in America, as her revolting picture quickly went viral over social media igniting a firestorm.
Lindsey doesn’t want this picture to be public. She has hired reputation.com to seek out and find all instances of this picture and get it removed from the Internet. I am doing my part to make sure they have a job to do.
Lindsey has had trouble finding work. In fact, she was fired because of the storm that occurred after this picture was initially published. Her current employer doesn’t know about this storm. But let me assure you, the torrent isn’t over, it’s simply a calm before the storm.
This woman deserves to be haunted by the image for the rest of her life.
People make mistakes. Showing your true colors isn’t a mistake, it’s owning what you are. In this picture, you can see she is a vile and contemptible woman. She is full of hate, for our fallen service men and women no less. America deserves to know what this woman stands for.
At the time of this writing, she is employed as a person that works for autistic children. Our children deserve someone better than this. She should not be accepted in society, regardless if she didn’t break a law, she broke a moral code and she failed the test of what it takes to be American.
My name is John Holstein and I approve this message.