The Fact That The New York Times And Barstool Sports Fell For This Blatant Lie About Patriots Attendance In 2017 vs. 2015 Is Why Turtleboy Is Taking Over The Media
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Every social justice warrior and their mother was sharing this tweet from the New York Times showing the alleged difference in members of the New England Patriots who came to the White House to greet President Obama in 2015 and President Trump in 2017:
— NYT Sports (@NYTSports) April 19, 2017
Because everyone and their mother who announced they weren’t going to the White House because of Trump has been given a microphone and front page coverage by the MSM. I really could care less if Alan Branch, Martellus Bennett, Devon McCourty, and Chris Long didn’t have it in them to go the White House because of Trump. It’s their right. It’s also their loss. I don’t care who the President is, getting that sort of access to the White House is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Unless you’re Tom Brady, and then you get invited every other year. But this is America and if they decide their principles won’t allow them to go, then more power to them. I just think it’s dumb. And for the record, I though it was equally dumb when Tim Thomas did it in 2011, and when Brady did it in 2015 (this year at least he had a real excuse).
But, as the Patritots pointed out, this was in fact fake news:
These photos lack context. Facts: In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs. In 2017, they were seated on the South Lawn. https://t.co/iIYtV0hR6Y
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 20, 2017
They also pointed out how after the Carolina Super Bowl there was a similar sized picture taken with President Bush:
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 20, 2017
It’s almost as if the mainstream media can’t be trusted because they’re partisan hacks with an agenda to sell the gullible masses. But yea, real news. Definitely.
Naturally not all Patritots fans were happy about the fact that the record was set straight:
Look, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I don’t hate you for being liberal. I don’t mind liberals in theory. I have lots of liberal friends, and in many ways I’m a liberal. But what I can’t stand are people who interject politics into EVERYTHING.
“You guys realize most of your fanbase hates Trump.” Shut your polepolisher Tater Tot. I’m sure the majority of the Patriots fanbase did not vote for Trump. Luckily this is not an endorsement of Trump. It’s a statement of fact that needed to be clarified because the MSM New York Times was trying to make it look like our team is divided along racial lines over a non-political, traditional event at the house John Adams built. If the MSM didn’t lie to the general public they wouldn’t have to do this. The Patriots didn’t issue this statement to defend Trump. They did it to defend the integrity of their team. A locker room divided against itself cannot stand.
People who talk too much politics are the worst people on earth. And I mean people on both the left and the right. Just kill yourselves already because everyone hates you. It’s why so many people don’t vote – because they don’t wanna end up like you. Believe it or not, some people just like our sports. I would take four years of Hillary Clinton ANY DAY OF THE WEEK if it meant the Patriots would win the Super Bowl next year. Anyone who wouldn’t make that trade isn’t really a Patriots fan. They’re just a political blowhard who dabbles in sports when he’s not busy getting in Facebook fights.
Oh, and just to show you how much Barstool Sports has become the Huffington Post Jr, here’s this:
Remember when Barstool Sports was fun? Now it’s just cold, PC takes like this one, and they CONSTANTLY fall for the bait they used to be skeptical about. Whenever a stoolie turns 24 and they realize they can find better porn than some chick from Salem State in a bikini, and since they’re craving ACTUAL hot takes they used to get on Barstool, they become turtle riders. It’s why we’re taking over the blogging game. Had this talentless freckled bitchboy actually done real research he’d find out that the NYT editor was forced to apologize for his stupid headline:
By midmorning Thursday, Jason Stallman, the Times’ sports editor, had taken responsibility for the tweet in an email to The Post. “Bad tweet by me. Terrible tweet. I wish I could say it’s complicated, but no, this one is pretty straightforward: I’m an idiot. It was my idea, it was my execution, it was my blunder. I made a decision in about four minutes that clearly warranted much more time.
Translation – “My brain is consumed with all things Trump, and even though I’m in charge of the most widely read newspaper in the United States, I hit the tweet button before doing even the most basic amount of research because the President literally owns my brain. We are real news though. I swear.”
Anyway, if you wanna see what more people should be like when it comes to politics, just look at the way Gronk handled his business yesterday. First he crashed Spicey’s press conference in the most underrated Gronk video of all time:
Then he bust into the oval office for daps from 45:
I highly doubt Gronk gives a shit about politics. If he voted, I’d assume he voted for Trump, simply because he’s a Buffalo meathead at heart. But if Hillary were President he’d do the same exact thing to her. Because unlike all these turds on Facebook who can’t shut the fuck up about politics for five minutes, Gronk understands how to have fun in life and not walk around with a stick up his ass 24/7. Be like Gronk.
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