Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Navy Mom's Tweet Makes #HimToo Mockery Go Viral

Navy Mom's Tweet Makes #HimToo Mockery Go Viral

"He graduated #1 in boot camp". The attention spurred him to join Twitter on Monday night, and his first post makes it clear that this "cat dad" has a sense of humor about the whole matter.

And there was a bit of praise for all the creativity of display on social media: "Twitter, your meme game is on point". "I love my mom to death, but boy." he told the Washington Post.

"This is MY son", his mom wrote in a tweet on Saturday that's now deleted but lives on in screengrabs.

'He won't go on solo dates due to the current climate of false sexual accusations by radical feminists with an axe to grind.

He created a Twitter account for the sole goal of setting the record straight - he does not support #HimToo. She won't go on solo dates because she always has her lucky cricket with her.

However, her post was quickly hijacked for all the wrong reasons, with many mocking her proud declaration.

One woman calling herself @living_marble shared a snap of Norman Bates, the fictional motel owner from thriller Psycho, who is driven to murder by his overbearing mother.

Even her other son thought it was a "ridiculous" tweet. However, only 2 to 10 percent of sexual assault allegations turn out to be false, according to a 2010 study published in the the Violence Against Women journal. He was #1 in A school.

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"I don't let him go on solo dates because he can't be left alone with any woman not named 'Mother.' #HimToo".

Which is exactly what one mother has managed to achieve in trying to use a photo of her son to endorse the #HimToo 'movement.' If you don't know what #HimToo is then, firstly, congratulations.

Meanwhile, Pieter is taking the viral whirlwind in stride, using his internet fame to share photos of his cats and ask people to donate money to charity.

Jon Hanson, brother to the Navy man in question Pieter, managed to find the humour in the situation, confirming that his mum "made it up".

"I feel awful for what Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family have gone through, but I am glad the left has been exposed for their dirty tactics". He will no longer go on dates, because, well.

Hanson tweeted that he may be upset about the original post, but that he loves his mother.

In his own viral tweet, Pieter Hanson set a few things straight: He IS a Navy vet, but does not support the idea of #HimToo - a #MeToo countermovement that casts accused men as victims.

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