Just a couple days ago, I talked on this blog about what’s happening with autism advocate Fiona O’Leary and Cinema Libre Studios what are threatening her for daring to have an opinion about the Andrew Wakefield movie, “Vaxxed.”  They sent her a letter saying they was going to sue her for saying things what made them and Andrew Wakefield and Del Bigtree and Polly Tommey upset.

Well, I’m a bit upset myself with Cinema Libre Studios.  I went have a look-see on their Twitter account and this is what I saw they was using for an avatar.

CinemaLibreStudio

It looks kind of familiar, don’t it?  It looks a lot like this one what brands the #SaveRionMcNeally campaign.

Save Rion McNeally avatar

Jail cell bars? Check.

Eyes looking through cell bars?  Check.

Sad look? Check.

Bar along the top and bottom?  Check.

That’s a lot of the #SaveRionMcNeally avatar in that Cinema Libre Studio avatar, right?  So maybe I should start thinking about sending them people a letter like what they sent Fiona O’Leary.

Except this one isn’t about making them shut up.  Mine is going to be about telling them they can’t use that avatar because it looks just like the #SaveRionMcNeally avatar and that’s hurting my campaign.

No wonder we doesn’t have more people following us than we already have.  They probably thinks we has something to do with Cinema Libre Studios and that movie, “Vaxxed.”

It’s almost as bad as last month when there were a problem with others doing the same thing with the #SaveRionMcNeally avatar except when they was going after Donald Trump in America.

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