From a commenter.
So I just had another fun Facebook exchange with Amy Groya!
She updated her status to say, and I’m paraphrasing because she deleted me as a friend: Now I totally know why the mainstream media disregards the blogs because they do no factchecking and are completely unreliable!
I knew this was in response to the article I did about her on Buckeye State Blog, so this was my response:
“Amy, in December you told myself and many others that you were leaving to accept a paid position in the Fisher campaign. This isn’t something that I’m making up, I’ve confirmed it with several of our mutual acquaintances. You’ll also notice that my article didn’t say that you were still getting paid to work for Fisher, but said that you left College Democrats of Ohio to work for Fisher. If this isn’t true, then you can’t blame fact-checking or research, you have to blame yourself for lying to me and so many other people.
And, in regards to your Executive Committee membership, we had a heated Facebook exchange about the emails, during which your arguments were: ‘Jennifer Brunner is ruining my life! These people are crazy! Jennifer has compromised my personal information!’ It’s only when the blogs broke the story did you start claiming that you were no longer on the Executive Committee. So, in the interest of fact-checking and research, on what date did you offer your formal resignation from the Executive Committee?”
Her response? She deleted my comment and removed me as a friend. She then posted that I was crazy and should go attempt to ruin somebody else’s life.
See, Amy, here’s the funny thing about being an elected representative in the Ohio Democratic Party – sometimes the party wants to hold you accountable.? Interesting!