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The Boston Globe is up to Boston Globe things again – shitting on the cops, race baiting, and calling Turtleboy racist:
Boston police spokesman moving on to investigative unit https://t.co/fUIGeGWyTA
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) March 4, 2018
If you don’t feel like giving them the click, or you’ve already used your two free articles this month, here’s what they said about Turtleboy:
The Globe hack who wrote this, Meghan Irons, was referencing a column written by fellow Dorchester Reporter hack Bill Forry, in which he bullied the Boston PD into unfollowing Turtleboy Sports on Twitter. He complained that the BPD account “liked” a factual post we made, in which we pointed out that cops are the best thing that has ever happened to the black community. Because they are. Facts matter. Your feelings don’t.
Of course Meghan Irons decided to add in some stuff of her own, particularly this part:
“the department liked a blog known for vulgar and racist rants.”
Bill Maher had a great rant about fake news the other night on his show:
Wonder why Fake News resonates so much with Trump fans – because so much of it is fake. Just nonsense made to keep you perpetually offended with an endless stream of ‘controversies' that aren’t controversial. pic.twitter.com/pog5OO4ttL
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) March 3, 2018
This is what he was referring to. You’re a newspaper. Just report the facts and shut the fuck up. Are we vulgar? Absolutely. That’s a fact. Are we racist? Of course not. We will give Meghan Irons the same challenge we’ve given every single person who has made this baseless accusation – show us a racist blog we’ve written. We’ve published over 6,000 blogs. Shouldn’t be hard to find one. Just one will do. And if you do that we will shut down the blog forever. That is a promise.
But of course she won’t, because she can’t. She literally just made that up because she is fake news. This is why Trump’s narrative about fake news is resonating so well – because people like Meghan Irons can’t stop printing fake news.
Here’s my question for Meghan Irons – if Turtleboy is a blog filled with racist rants, then why did the Boston Globe cite us and credit us twice in an editorial the other day for our work exposing corruption in the Massachusetts State Police? Yes, that’s right. The newspaper you work for has deemed this “racist” blog worthy of recognition. Awkward.
Oh look, she follows @RealTurtleboy on Twitter. The same thing she’s now shitting on the Boston Police for doing. Can’t make this stuff up people!!
She also works for a newspaper that has a long and documented history of protecting and enabling sexual predators. Like their obituary writer, Bryan Marquard, who was arrested in 2005 for jacking off in front of a woman’s apartment door.
Meghan Irons is your typical talentless, one trick pony Globe hack. She pretty much shares fake news like this all the time:
— Meghan E. Irons (@MeghanIrons) February 28, 2018
This article, published in the Globe, uses the SPLC as a source. The SPLC is a private, agenda driven organization run by white people, who have a $368 million endowment, and use that money to label everyone they don’t agree with as “hateful.” It’s only a matter of time until Turtleboy ends up on that list.
But anyone who cites them is not a real news outlet, because the SPLC is not real news. People they’ve put on their list include Senator Rand Paul, HUD Secretary Ben Carson, anti-radical Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and feminist speaker (and former Clark professor) Christina Hoff-Sommers.
Hoff-Sommers made the list for not being woke enough:
SPLC believes that Christina Hoff Sommers debunking the gender wage gap, warning that #MeToo could turn into a witch hunt, and criticizing the culture of microaggressions, lends legitimacy to “male supremacy.”
Ayaan Hirsi Ali made the list because she is a “toxic anti-Islam extremist.” She was also born into a Somali Muslim family, had her genitals mutilated in the name of Islam, escaped an arranged marriage by fleeing to the West, served in the Dutch parliament, and fled to the United States after her best friend was murdered and she had a fatwah put on her head for expressing her opinions which were all based on her life experiences growing up Muslim.
This is who the Boston Globe cites as real news.