Shell Shocker just published a blog calling out the disgusting Des Moines Register for smearing a kid who raised $1 million for a children’s hospital by going back 7 years to find offensive tweets he made after accidentally becoming famous with a give me Busch Light sign.
— Carson King (@CarsonKing2) September 21, 2019
I was inspired to do a little test, so I went live on our YouTube channel to conduct an experiment. We’re gonna be doing more and more content like this exclusively on the YouTube channel first, so you need to subscribe to our channel so you never miss one of these impromptu shows.
I wanted to test out whether or not the Des Moines Register had a policy of reporting 8 year old tweets from random people who become famous for doing good things. In order to do that I called up their tip line and told them that I had a hot tip on a Des Moines nun named Sister Anne Clearly, who recently was praised for adopting to Syrian refugee orphans. I informed the woman who answered the phone that I had gone through Sister Anne’s twitter account and found something offensive she tweeted about Mexicans 8 years ago. My conversation starts around the 10:25 mark:
Teresa: “How do you feel that connects to her adoption.”
Uncle Turtleboy: “Well it doesn’t, but that’s the kind of story you guys do right? You see someone doing something nice and you decide to go through all their old tweets right?”
It connects to her adoption of the imaginary Syrian refugees about as much as 7 year old tweets made by a kid raising money for a children’s hospital. Taking in Syrian refugees is obviously trendy with the left, so I wanted to see if someone like Sister Anne would get protection because of that. She did.
Teresa: “So is your tip about Sister Anne Cleary?”
Uncle Turtleboy: “It’s about her tweets. Not recent tweets, they were like 8 years ago, but we are still responsible for the things we said 8 years ago aren’t we?”
Teresa: “I think we all have a past.”
Uncle Turtleboy: “I know but you guys just put out the story about the kid who raised all that money for the hospital, and then you went thorugh all his old tweets right.”
Teresa: “That’s a standard journalism practice.”
Oh I see. Your past doesn’t matter if you’re taking on a liberal cause, but it’s fair game if you’re some random kid with a give me beer sign donating money for sick American kids.
The fact that she was cocked and ready to tell me that it’s “standard journalism practice,” shows that the Register prepped their employees today. Look at their Twitter accounts and Facebook page. It’s being BOMBARDED by people calling them out for the frauds that they are. Guaranteed there was a mandatary meeting in which they were instructed to repeat the phrased standard journalism practice until they actually believed it.
Teresa Albertson I kind of felt bad for, but she’s working for these evil people so fuck her. She told me to go through her Twitter account and look what I found:
Is she a Nazi? I don’t know. I’m sure she’s done a lot of great things in her life, but it also says Nazi in her profile so I think readers had a right to know. We’ll leave it up to them to decide if she’s a real Nazi. Because…journalisming.
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