"I don't have internet at home, I can only use the internet on my phone. I was eating lunch and flipping through posts on my phone. The share button is right in the same area that my finger goes to flip through and I accidentally hit the share button. I didn't even know I had done it until I got home and channel 6 news was in my driveway. The reporter asked me if I knew what I had done and I said no. She then took out her phone and showed me, I chuckled and said I thought it was funny, only because I didn't know I had done it."
Mr. Needham is upset about what is being said about him on social media and the news. It is clearly a political witch hunt. If Mr. Needham was voting the way Supervisor Hyde wanted him to, she would not be having her supporters target Mr. Needham. This is the real truth that needs to get out there. She will claim she doesn't do this as she doesn't have internet herself. she uses her little group of supporters to go after people as a power play to show what they are willing to do if they don't change how they vote.
A lot of people have known Doug Needham all of his life, as he is a life long resident of this town. He is a good man he would never say or do anything on purpose to hurt or insult anyone. He did not write what was in that meme himself, so people need to stop letting others think this is something he said.
The witch hunts have to stop. The town board does not have to agree with the town Supervisor on every issue, they do have a responsibility to see that she does her job and doesn't do anything to harm this town, which is what they are trying to do.
We hope that most people see this for what it really is. Facebook has been flooded with support for Mr. Needham. Thurman Informer is asking people to keep it going by placing #IsupportDougNeedham on your social media. It is time to stand up to the group of town bullies that think nothing of destroying a person's reputation for their own agenda.