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This is Jonathan Berk from Swampscott:
He is a director at Patron City, a crowdfunding website. He also has a degree in journalism, and a JD from New England Law:
He was at the Red Sox playoff game last night, live tweeting some pictures and videos from his seats behind one of the terrible load bearing poles at Fenway Park that seem to always be right in front of you when you don’t spend $300 on tickets.
Now, usually social justice warriors try to make Boston fans look like racists in order to fuel the ridiculous false narrative that we have the most racist fans in America. But Jonathan Berk took a different approach – he tried to make Yankee fans look racist:
First of all, this never happened. Obviously. He took pictures and videos throughout the entire game (all of which have now been deleted), but he didn’t think to take a picture or record a video of the two white nationalist Yankee fans yelling “confirm Kavanaugh.” Instead he asked Fenway Park security to get security footage of the two racist Yankees fans:
Obviously what this chud was trying to do was make it seem like people who support the principle of innocent until proven guilty are all white nationalists. And Yankee fans too. They’re way more racist than Red Sox fans.
Not coincidentally this was his last tweet today:
— Jonathan Berk (@berkie1) October 6, 2018
Oh look, he’s trying to replace Susan Collins after she had the audacity to think independently as a woman and offer a 45 minute reasoned argument as to why she was choosing to confirm a qualified SCOTUS Justice. The irony of a so called male feminist trying to destroy a woman because she didn’t blindly go along with his witch hunt is off the charts.
This isn’t a harmless lie. Look who else he tagged in that:
WBZ and a Boston news Twitter account with 65,000 followers. He was intentionally trying to get the media to run with his blatantly fake news. How do we know it’s fake? Well, we already addressed some of the reasons above. But then there’s the fact that he has deleted all of these tweets since we called him out for it on Twitter. If it really happened, and he was really looking for these two racist Yankee fans, then why would he take it down?
It’s also dangerous because look at some of the people who follow him:
David E. Wade from WBZ (perhaps why he tagged WBZ), Shirley Leung from the Boston Globe, radical race-baiting candidate for Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins, and insane Somerville SJW Mayor Joe Curtatone. Rollins is funded by anti-police race baiter Shaun King, and wants to stop prosecuting violent criminals. Leung uses her position as editor at the Globe to harass WEEI advertisers because she thinks Kirk and Callahan are racists. David Wade used to follow Turtleboy on Twitter and was a loyal turtle rider, until we called him out for falling for this fake news free lunch story in Framingham, and he subsequently blocked us.
What do all of them have in common? They’re all the kind of people who would instantly believe a story like his because it fits their agenda that Fenway Park is a haven for racists. Jonathan Berk knew this, and he wasn’t happy about the way the Kavanaugh vote ended up. He also doesn’t like Yankee fans. So he figured, why not kill two birds with one stone here? And he tweeted out that Yankees fans are Kavanaugh supporters, and thus have a tendency to flash white nationalist signs to everyone around them while yelling political slogans at playoff baseball games.
This is what he expected people to believe. But he knew it could work because he knew that people like Curtatone, Leung, Wade, and Rollins are the types of people who want stories like this to be true. It’s why so many people believed Adam Jones’ obvious lie that Red Sox fans called him the n word in a game last year. Something that we thoroughly debunked by proving that the 17 year old alleging this made it all up.
Creating racial division when there is none doesn’t make Jonathan Berk a good person. It actually makes him a terrible person. Jonathan Berk’s lie hurts black people. It might make them less likely to attend a game, since there’s so many white nationalists there. It hurts Boston and New York fans for making it seem like they tolerate people like this. It hurts Kavanaugh supporters because you’re trying to paint them all as racist.
But Jonathan Berk didn’t care because he was trying to have his woke moment in the spotlight. He just wasn’t counting on Turtleboy calling him out on it. You can use whatever crowd funding source you want, but I for one will not do business with Patron City, whose Facebook page can be found here, if they choose to employ terrible people like Jonathan Berk.