Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, NY Daily News And The Rest Of The MSM Is So Mad Curt Schilling Is Sharing Turtleboy Blogs Like It’s Going Out Of Style
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Three time World Series Champion Curt Schilling has been riding the turtle hard lately, because of our coverage of the Adam Jones racial slur that never happened:
Schilling is well known for being extremely conservative, and as a result lost his job at ESPN for having opinions about transgender people using the bathroom of their choice that run counter to the only acceptable opinions that ESPN will allow.
Do we agree with Curt Schilling on everything? Nope. But we obviously do on this particular issue. And we really don’t need to get into it anymore since we’ve proven beyond a reasonable doubt so many times that Adam Jones was lying about the racial slur that we repeatedly yelled at him by a mystery fan in the bleachers.
Anyway, Schilling is kind of a big deal. He’s got over 200,000 followers on Twitter, and tons of people hate him. Not only because he’s a far right winger, but also because he’s an alpha male who took down the Yankees twice in the biggest moment. Dude has over 200 career wins and some of the most dominant, clutch postseason performances of all time. Yet he’s not in the Hall of Fame, and might never get in, because the BBWA is made up of a bunch of SJW hacks who won’t vote for someone whose political opinions they don’t agree with.
So when this well known former athlete started tweeting about Turtleboy, the national media started paying attention. Here’s an excerpt from the Chicago Tribune:
On Wednesday, Schilling retweeted an article from a Boston-area sports website that was critical of a Sports on Earth story by Mike Lupica, in which the veteran sportswriter quoted a high school senior who said he had been in the stands at Fenway, “15 or 20 rows behind the guy who eventually called Jones the n-word and got himself ejected.”
The website Turtleboy Sports then published comments it said were from “a peanut vendor in the bleachers at Fenway, who was working in the exact same section where Adam Jones alleges the racial slurs came from.” The vendor’s comments refuted the claims of Poulakidas, and Schilling’s retweet included his caption: “So who is lying?
Schilling answered his own question in a follow-up retweet of another Turtleboy article which called Poulakidas “a lying s–bag.” After asking who was lying, Schilling’s retweet said, “This kid is for sure. Idiot.”
See what they’re trying to do here? They’re trying to do this whole, “everything I don’t like is alt-right” thing, by making it seem like we’re in bed with Schilling. But everyone who reads Turtleboy knows we dish it to conservatives and liberals like it’s going out of style. There are no sacred cows, and anyone acting a fool or being shady has a chance of being exposed. In this case those people were Adam Jones and Niko the liar.
Then there was coverage from Philly Voice:
On Wednesday night, two days after Orioles outfielder Adam Jones told reporters that Red Sox fans at Fenway had hurled racial slurs (and a bag of peanuts) at him, the former Phillies pitcher tweeted a link to a story from the country’s preeminent sports outlet, turtleboysports.com, titled “Fenway Bleachers Vendor: I Was There And No One Yelled Any Racial Slurs At Adam Jones.”
In addition to the link, Schilling simply added, “So who is lying?”
The source – a website whose most-popular posts include “No Hillary, Here Are 11 Reasons Why White Privilege Is Not A Real Thing” and who recently published one succinctly titled, “Globe Writer With Biracial Son And Black Father In Law Coincidentally Sits Next To Unnamed Racist Fan At Fenway Park Who Said Something Blatantly Racist To Him And Is Banned For Life” – didn’t seem to bother Schilling, who won a pair of World Series titles with the Red Sox (plus another with the Diamondbacks).
Alright, so this sludgecake is trying to discredit us by referencing two of our articles that he considers ridiculous. The first is the “No Hillary, Here are 11 reasons white privilege isn’t a real thing” blog that currently appears under our “popular posts”:
You’ll notice two of them are from mid-April, and the other is from last year. Clearly this function is broken, as a blog we wrote in 2016 is not one of our most popular posts right now. You’ll also notice that he ignored the two other popular posts, in which we did a big expose on out of control Braintree High School parents who forced a talented and successful coach out of her job. Because obviously they’re trying to label us as some alt-right website because we don’t believe in the silly theory of “white privilege,” when in reality we are the greatest muckraking media outlet that has ever existed.
Turtleboy was also linked and mentioned as part of the Schilling story in the New York Daily News, CBS, the Washington Post, the San Diego Tribune, and many more. All of them attempted to discredit us, and purposely ignored the fact that the only “witness” to the racial taunting lied about being there in the first place. Glad to see it’s not just the Turtlegram and Gazette who uses us for page views and pretends they don’t see the real news we publish because it will interrupt their false narrative. Now the entire country’s mainstream media is falling in line as well. Turtleboy is really growing up!
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