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Thirty minutes ago we published this blog exposing a mainstream media fail by WBZ, in which they fell for an obvious lie that a Framingham student couldn’t afford school lunch and went home hungry. We tagged David E. Wade from WBZ when we tweeted out the link, because David followed our original account on Twitter and has retweeted and credited our work previously. But I guess he hates us now:
Oh look, David missed the entire point of the blog. Truth = vitriolic. This is how the MSM views real news now. Hey Dave, I don’t give a shit if his family goes on vacation. Just don’t whine about poverty when this is your life:
Because I never had ANYTHING like that growing up. I would’ve loved to go to Disney, but the problem was that I had two responsible parents who didn’t like taking government handouts. So they paid for my bologna sandwiches and packed them in the stationwagon for our road trips to exotic locations like Fort Wayne and Toledo. I got dibs on backseat!
Ya know what we never did growing up? Fly on planes. Anywhere. That was simply out of the question and we all knew why. You’d think that we could’ve cashed in our white privilege points, but it turns out white privilege doesn’t have any trade in value, which seems to make it kind of useless.
Figured our boy David would like to know that he got hoodwinked, but it looks like he look it a little too personally:
TRIGGERED!!! Thought you were better than that David. You disappointment. Don’t worry, we won’t block you when you inevitably get over your pride and come crawling back like the rest of the media does.
And they don’t just go on vacations to Hershey, PA either. They go to South America:
What’s the going rate for a plane ticket to Peru? More or less than the amount that was left on his free lunch balance? Asking for a friend.
Of course the problem here is that he qualifies for free lunch in the first place. Parents should pay for their kid’s food. It’s not vitriolic to point out that people who eat like this:
Should be able to pack a sandwich and a juicebox instead of expecting the taxpayers to take care of it for them.