Barstool Sports: Boston Is A Racist City And If You Ask Adam Jones For Proof That Someone Said The N Word Then You’re Racist Too
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Here’s another hot take about the Adam Jones n word controversy from the Huffington Post Jr. (AKA Barstool Sports):
— Eroc RDT (@BarstoolRDT) May 3, 2017
Like we’ve said before, Barstool used to be a great blog. It was a refuge for normal people who didn’t need the news sanitized for them with a PC spin. But that’s when El Prez was blogging instead of eating pizza and keeping stoolies up to date on the latest comings and goings of office rivalries. Now he’s hired a bunch of talentless millenials to bring in page views, and it’s just a SJW rag that falls for every viral race hoax and automatically takes the sides of people who should be investigated. This is the shitstain who wrote this blog:
Nuff said. Orioles fan too. Shocking. Keep in mind, he comes from a city that had to cancel a baseball game two years ago because race riots erupted. So he obviously is in a fine position to judge the city of Boston and it’s alleged racism. His blog is in italics followed by our rational thoughts in bold….
You know the story by now, after the Orioles win against the Red Sox on Monday night, Bob Nightingale reported that Adam Jones had racial slurs, and peanuts thrown at him from members of the Fenway crowd. Feits, Jared, and PFT did a great job blogging about it. Old Balls whats his name, did not. It’s made national news now, and it’s crazy that in 2017 there is still things like this happening in baseball. This isn’t the first time Jones has had racial slurs and food thrown at him, while in San Francisco in 2013, a banana was thrown at him while in center field.
“All the Barstool bloggers who instinctively bought into this hoax did a great job. The one guy on staff over the age of 30 who didn’t buy into it did a bad job. Also, racism is bad. Please clap.”
The fact that Old Balls, Albert Breer, and a few other media people are saying “WELL WHERE IS THE PROOF THEY YELLED THE N WORD AT HIM?” is unreal, absolutely unreal.
HAHAHHAHA!! Yea, how dare they question an unconfirmed anecdote. Who do you think you are, the media?? You think reporters should be asking questions and confirming stories from sources? What is this, a klan meeting?
Are people that god damn dumb that they think Adam Jones, who had a great game on Monday night, is sitting in the outfield when his team is playing great and thinks to himself “you know what, I’m gonna lie to the media and say some Masshole called me the n-word”. Get the hell out of here with that shit.
No, he was probably just mad someone threw peanuts at him and told him he sucked. He seemed pretty pissed when he pointed out the peanut guy behind third base:
Somebody just threw something at Adam Jones as he was walking down into the dugout. Security searching for culprit. pic.twitter.com/aNiQ9pchqX
— Avi Miller (@AviMiIIer) May 2, 2017
So he got pissed, he was frustrated, and he embellished the story a little bit by throwing the n word from an unnamed fan in there. Nah, that can’t be it. Must be racism.
Jerry asking for CONFIRMATION that the n word was yelled at Adam like he’s trying to break a story for a trade, get real. 34 people were kicked out of the game that night, but it seems that Jerry thinks none of those people were intoxicated enough to yet racial slurs at a guy, he just needs proof. When I read Jerry’s blog I honestly thought it was a PFT blog.
People are fully capable of yelling racial slurs at Adam Jones. People say racial slurs every day. But when people do it in front of 34,000 other people, it usually gets noticed by more than one person. Yea…..
Adam Jones doesn’t need to prove shit to Jerry Thornton, he doesn’t need to prove shit to Albert Breer. Like Buck said during the riots in Baltimore, we’re not black. We never have been and we never will be. I don’t have to go to work and worry about a racial name being yelled at me. It seems like that is happening by a handful of people in Boston. I would just love to know why the hell Jerry Thornton needs PROOF that a grown man was called a racial slur in 2017. And for Jerry to say “no one would be more upset than I would be if it was true”, thats a joke of a statement.
This guy is quite the writer. Remember when Barstool Sports was a fun and entertaining website?
The Boston fans listened to Mookie Betts and gave Adam a standing ovation before the game. Good gesture, whatever. Kind of weird that 24 hours earlier you had guys throwing peanuts and n words at him, but now the entire crowd wants to save face and now they all want to be heroes. But no one wanted to step up when people were throwing shit and slurs.
See that? That’s why all you clowns who stood yesterday for Adam Jones are morons. Because it’s never enough. Like he said, by standing up and cheering for him you are acknowledging that you believe Adam Jones’ story. And if we are to believe it’s true, then we are to believe that thousands of fans stood there and did nothing as a fat racist guy yelled n words at a black player. You set yourself up for this type of criticism by being sheep.
Got it. I’m also still trying to figure out why everyone in Boston all of a sudden needs proof that this racist yelling happened. It’s only happened to Torii Hunter, Torrey Smith, Ken Griffey, David Price, Joel Ward. Do I need to keep going?
Ken Griffey said he didn’t want to play here because Boston has a “racist label”
In other words, nothing racist happened to him here. Ever. Oh, and irrelevant losers on Twitter, most of which were not from New England, wrote racist things on Twitter about Joel Ward. Therefore Boston is racist. Cool examples.
I’m not saying all of Boston is racist, because they’re not. I’ve been to Fenway Park, I had a great time, I didn’t hear any slurs, it was great. I agree with everyone in my mentions saying to not let a few bad apples ruin the whole thing. But let’s call a spade a spade. Boston has had this problem for a while. Name calling, throwing stuff at players. Yes it happens everywhere, I can recall two times Toronto fans have thrown stuff at Orioles players while on the field, everyone knows the story about Philly fans and their batteries, shit, even Terps fans throwing quarters and batteries at the parents of Duke players, this stuff happens at every MLB, NFL, NHL, and NBA arena in the country, it just seems to be happening a lot more in Boston. Good for the Red Sox making a statement about the incident, along with the mayor, and commissioner too.
It just seems to be happening a lot more in Boston.” Translation – the media selectively chooses to report unconfirmed race hoaxes a lot because there were busing riots in the 70’s and this fits into that narrative.
I’ve probably been to over 250 Orioles games in my 28 years, have I ever heard a racial slur yelled? Not until JJ came to a game last season (I joke). I’ve never heard one yelled, have there been racial slurs yelled at Camden Yards? Probably. But it isn’t a pattern like it is in Boston. Idk what it is about the fans there, maybe it’s the beer. But it seems to happen a decent amount.
Yup, Baltimore is a city that doesn’t have ANY racial issues like Boston does.
Anyway, here’s our promise to turtle riders – we will never, ever sell out like this. We promise to NEVER hire a blogger who hurts our brand by falling for bullshit hoaxes like this. More importantly, this shitdick isn’t funny. You have to be funny AND hot to blog at Turtleboy Sports. Fiesty is funny and hot, SSTG is funny and hot, MTVB is funny and hot, NTSB is funny and hot, Deskie is…..useful. We vet them carefully so we don’t give garbage like the shit you just read on Barstool.
P.S. Look at these idiots trying to defend them on our page yesterday:
Loved these reactions to it:
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