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  1. Why are people this way? Because usually they’ve done so much to others that blaming someone else to take the blame off them… Most times its a guilt trip.

  2. Thank you for this post, I found it very informative. I am in the position where I am being blamed for Tenants being evicted, and they made a false claim of racism against me, trying to put the focus on me, rather than accept they caused their own eviction by refusing access all the time, in writing no less. Nope, to them, I caused them to refuse access and I lied and did illegal things in my job, to get them evicted, and so many other people and agencies are in “cahoots” to help me do it too! They have websites online, one in my own name, where they try to place the blame on me for various things, all with no evidence, just his words. Its ridiculous, the extremes they will go to, not to be responsible.

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