One of the best words used to describe BSL advocates would be: HYPOCRITE.
HYPOCRITE: a person who claims or pretends to have certain beliefs about what is right but who behaves in a way that disagrees with those beliefs
I was sent a rather humorous screen shot that kind of puts it all into perspective:
Let’s ask Jeff Borchardt- the founding Board member of Daxton’s Friends. Hi Jeff- I know how familiar you are with harassing, attacking and bullying while you hide behind your pending non profit status- how does that working for you? Obviously very well.
His obsession with his ever growing list of strangers that have nothing to do with his son’s death is becoming dangerous. Even after multiple attempts from his victims to ask him to please leave them alone- the founding board member Jeff Borchardt refuses and mocks his victims.
Even if a victim of a dog attack asks him to take down images of her- he refuses and launches a social media attack on her and her family. He likes to see just how far he can go before Facebook slaps his hands not stopping because it is ethically and morally wrong for the founding board member of a pseudo educational non profit group to encourage and participate in cyber bullying and stalking.
The only thing that victim of Jeff Borchardt did was to point out that Jeff is a grown ass man that needs to man the f@ck up and start taking responsibility for his actions- but we know that will never happen and why should it? He has sheep that tell him whatever he say’s or does is okay because he’s “grieving”.
“As far as Jeff you continuing to bring up Jeff to me, I already explained to you that I am AWARE of the situation, so let me go one step further and say I am at peace with what happened BECAUSE JEFF HAS ALREADY EXPLAINED WHAT HAPPENED. “– yes, we’ve heard all of Jeff’s excuses. He said it in anger, grief, he was drunk, high, breathing, walking, talking, working, not working, crying, yelling, tired from staying up all night tweeting a woman he doesn’t know and telling her what a POS she is…
The founder of Daxton’s Friends doesn’t care how he achieves his fame- it can be at the cost of millions of people and dogs.