1. Already addressed it. I think a decent human being calls out those who defend child rapists.
2. Hyperlinked off the public page, anon. Just a mouse click, and it was available publicly. How would you know if it wasn’t at the time I posted it? I could post the full screen shot showing I signed out of Facebook before posting it so I could verify her unique url came up publicly. I could do that, but then that gives away her profile’s url.
Her profile picture is a part of her defense regarding Penn State. You don’t think I checked to make sure she was or wasn’t a defender of Penn State? She’s made many comments to that effect, some of which are appearing here as very similar to anon. So, Sarah, if this is you, stop being a third-grader and email me or message me. Here’s the link to my Facebook — more than what I posted about her (or you).
3. Not a hate crime. You really want to suggest calling out people who defend Paterno is a hate crime?
Here’s what a hate crime is, from the U.S. Department of Justice:
Hate crimes, or bias-motivated crimes, are defined as offenses motivated by hatred against a victim based on his or her race, religion, sexual orientation, handicap, ethnicity, or national origin. While such a definition may make identifying a hate crime seem like a simple task, criminal acts motivated by bias can easily be confused with forms of expression protected by the U.S. Constitution.
Nothing about mocking the “Joe knows football” t-shirt worn by someone defending a child rapist and his BFFs.
Pro-tip: If you don’t want people to call you out for being an asshole on the internet, don’t be an asshole on the internet.