Last night, HoLa Trustee Anthony Petrosino was forced to admit that he had edited data on a graph representing his blog's "daily page view' numbers. His dishonest, misleading post was published on December 28, 2016 and called, "A Sincere Thank You--"
The edited graph was designed to trick his readers... You see, the Texas Trickster enormously inflated "daily page view" numbers to represent the "incredible volume" the companion post thanked them for.
Well, GA busted the Texas Truth-Twister in yesterday's post, so last night he revised his post to address my findings.
His revisions are noted in the screen shot below:
All it took was a little sunshine.
So, if he's editing graphs to misrepresent something as petty as blog traffic, what can you trust on his blog. You decide.
GA FACT CHECK
Petrosino generated his 'new' graph with different parameters. Instead of "monthly" traffic (which shows traffic per day), he's generated "all time" traffic.
The graph shows no signs of editing.
The graph supports Petrosino's claim that his traffic has increased in the "last few weeks."
The graph supports the fact that his FIRST graph was generated from HIS blog- the average daily traffic is virtually the same for November 2016. In other words, he is bullshitting about the first graph being "unrelated" to his blog.
The graphs he threw in at the bottom are gratuitous and inexplicable.
Petrosino's traffic spiked leading up to and during the month of November. That was election season when Petro was churning out political materials for his slate, Parents United, which many believe was a proxy for HoLa to end the lawsuit.
The December 2016 spike is likely because of Petro's protracted, vigorous disinformation campaign on racial demographics in Hoboken District Schools and HoLa, which included a "Facebook" campaign linking his blog.
A serial prevaricator has admitted to falsifying data on a graph, then publishing it, in order to mislead his readers on a factual matter. Here is his "explanation":
"Previous charts and figures were for aesthetic purposes, were edited, and unrelated to the actual written content of the blog." - PetrosinoYeah, right.