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On Friday night we published this blog in reaction to the allegations that investigative reporter Michele McPhee made about Hanley Ramirez being investigated for ties to fentanyl trafficking in Lawrence.
— Michele McPhee (@MicheleMcPhee) June 22, 2018
Today on @mattynickwaaf reporter @MicheleMcPhee drops a major bombshell on former #RedSox first baseman Hanley Ramirez, for alleged reports that he was involved in an ongoing drug investigation. pic.twitter.com/KNhALeDb1R
— WAAF (@waaf) June 22, 2018
This was the timeline:
- Cops arrest guy in April with fentanyl who Facetimes Hanley during stop.
- May 25 – Hanley gets released in a move that makes zero baseball sense.
Well, the Boston Globe’s Red Sox beat writer Pete “grand wizard” Abraham, somehow missed this story. Even though it’s completely unexplainable why Hanley would be DFA’d, given the injury concerns with Dustin Pedroia. Even if Hanley had no ties to drug dealing whatsoever, the mere fact that a major fentanyl dealer has him on speed dial and thought to Facetime him during a drug bust, is news and would warrant an investigation. And it would most certainly explain why the Red Sox got rid of a guy like Hanley, and why no other team would pick him up.
Well, the Boston Globe, which willfully chose to cover up sexual harassment in the workplace for decades, spent the entire weekend trying to discredit Michele McPhee’s real journalism. Take a look at this headline:
— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) June 24, 2018
Former #RedSox player Hanley Ramirez is not and was not under investigation by police. Here are the actual facts of the situation via @shelleymurph and @EvanMAllen: https://t.co/XOMKlkuctV pic.twitter.com/BbLJcH7waf
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) June 25, 2018
“Here are the actual facts.”
Translation – real news only comes from an established, but extremely outdated and lazy mainstream media outlet. The same media outlet that continues to employ Kevin Cullen, despite an investigation that concluded that he “completely fabricated” several stories about being at the Boston Marathon bombing. They’re the only ones with “actual facts.”
This has prompted headlines like this:
“Hanley Ramirez not under federal investigation.”
But…..she never said he was under federal investigation. Just that a drug dealer who Facetimed him during a drug stop said that something in the car which ended up containing drugs was intended for Hanley. Putting out a headline like this is extremely misleading because it implies that previous reports (from McPhee) said that he WAS under federal investigation, which she never did.
Before we get into this ridiculous story they just put out, let’s point out their history with and distaste for Michele McPhee. It began last year when McPhee went on the Kirk and Callahan show and broke the news that Aaron Hernandez was gay, and the murder of Odin Lloyd may have been related to that. Shortly after that Hernandez killed himself, and many have blamed her for it. Because reporters apparently are not supposed to mention previously unknown motives for a murder involving a NFL superstar if it MIGHT result in that NFL superstar killing himself. That’s how journalism works in the era of hurt feelings.
And in the weeks after this the Globe published several articles in which they try to smear McPhee as a fake news peddler. Here’s one, here’s another. They desperately wanted to show everyone that only the Globe can be trusted, because people like Turtleboy, Kirk and Callahan, and McPhee, represent a threat to their credibility. A major newspaper should not get beat to stories like this, and when they come out they try to discredit these independent journalists.
Well, in March of 2018 the Oxygen special on Aaron Hernandez special came out and his lawyer, who is also gay, said definitively that Michele McPhee was right all along – Aaron Hernandez was gay:
“This man clearly was gay,” Leontire says. “[He] acknowledged it. Acknowledged the immense pain that it caused him.”
This was also confirmed by his college girlfriend, who is the oldest 28 year old in world history:
Don’t forget, his alleged prison boyfriend Kyle Kennedy was an ambiguously gay Uxbridge hoodbooger who was nicknamed “Pure” and sold his soul to a kid from Woonsocket in exchange for a Gameboy.