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The Boston Globe’s obsession with Bob Kraft’s spam javelin continues….
A Rhode Island nonprofit that runs schools in Haiti has rejected a $100,000 donation from Robert Kraft. https://t.co/D6KjcMRtQn
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) May 4, 2019
They’re mad that a judge wouldn’t release video of Kraft getting a handy so they decided to write this puff piece about a rich, virtue signaling narcissist who turned down a $100,000 donation that would’ve gone to help needy kids in Haiti.
Let’s look at what they had to say.
This is not The Onion. A deacon in the Roman Catholic church, which invented and perfected the art of raping boys and then moving the rapists around from parish to parish instead of calling the cops, has the minerals to turn down $100K for needy Haitian orphans because he’s offended by a sex scandal. You can’t make this stuff up. His lack of awareness is so remarkable that only the Boston Globe wouldn’t be able to see it.
By turning this down Patrick Moynihan’s life remains the same as it was before. He’ll still fly back to the states and live a comfortable, sheltered American life, while patting himself on the back for saving brown people. But according to him Kraft’s money would’ve covered “education, lodging, meals, and other costs,” for 50 student for an entire year.
They will now go without so that this white guy can feel good about himself.
The whole idea that you’re virtuous for turning down money because it comes from a guy who paid money for a consensual mushroom rub is utterly absurd. Let’s keep in mind who the primary source of revenue for his project has been:
His brother Brian, the CEO of Bank of America. An organization that was twice bailed out by the U.S. government during the financial crisis a decade ago because they were “too big to fail.” An organization that wrote hundreds of thousands of loans to people who they knew would probably not be able to pay those loans back, leading to a surge in foreclosures, an increase in unemployment, and a complete crash of the economy. How many people lost their homes because Bank of America was too greedy and irresponsible to deny them loans? Patrick Moynihan will take their money (which was really the taxpayer’s money after they were bailed out) despite the fact that people suffered as a result of BoA having that money, but he won’t take Bob Kraft’s money because he was a lonely old man who wanted a handy.
It’s OK though, because his brother is one of the “good” bank CEO’s:
Translation – we’re increasing the amount of automation and ATMs.
And how did the Globe find out about this story in the first place? Oh right, he contacted them because he knows damn well that they would NEVER miss out on an opportunity to shit on Bob Kraft. If he were actually virtuous and had a problem with Kraft’s money then he would’ve privately told them no and moved on with his life. Instead he bragged to the paper about it because he wants to be a feminist cult icon.
How did Patrick Moynihan accrue his wealth, and find himself in the financial position where he is able to afford to play white savior in the Caribbean?
He was a commodities trader of course. Very virtuous. Of course what he’s really mad about is that Kraft didn’t get back to him right away about the donation.
He’s rightfully taking shit from a lot of people for this one, but yet he continues to post stuff like this on Twitter:
Kraft certainly could have made better choices, but Goodell could have, too. If Kraft wasn't going to resign on his own after the charges were made against him, the @NFL should have asked him to step down. @nfl_commish1 https://t.co/XtBb0b7Jje
— Patrick Moynihan (@_ManofLetters) May 5, 2019
Right. Kraft should resign for getting a handjob, but your brother doesn’t have to resign after crashing the economy. Makes sense.
He says he wants to “empower” women in Haiti.
This is not just about an individual's mistakes. It is about a harmful, dehumanizing industry and our responsibility to stand against it–especially given its devastating impact in Haiti and our commitment to educating and empowering young women. @THPspeaks https://t.co/XtBb0b7Jje
— Patrick Moynihan (@_ManofLetters) May 5, 2019
But if he really wanted to empower them then he’d take Kraft’s money and use it to help the women in Haiti obtain an education. I think we can all agree he doesn’t actually care about people in Haiti nearly as much as he does about his own public image though. It’s all about him:
He also saves labor unions by refusing to take an Uber.
Good news for the Haitian people though – he wrote this column in a Providence Journal op-ed in 2016:
You guys don’t need that $100K because you can just kind of help yourselves. Your struggles in a third world shithole aren’t nearly as important as this rich asshole’s desire to feel good about himself.
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