Last week Dave Portnoy called up the Kirk Minihane Show to cry about me, claiming that his employees who were raising money for bail for rioters were allowed to tweet out their support, just not publish blogs about it.
Then yesterday a politically charged blog was published on Huffstool, lambasting Kirk Minihane, a Huffstool employee, for being white.
“When Rich White Boys Talk About Race.”
This was an actual headline on Barstool Sport before it got taken down.
Here’s the blog by “Zonker.”
This is a sports and comedy website lecturing readers about voter suppression, Karl Rove, and the nobility of impoverished rioters.
The best part about this is that the blog was submitted by a Twitter troll with 300 followers. Ya got that? Anyone can apparently just send an email to Barstool with a virtue signaling blog that calls out one of their employees for not being woke enough, and Keith Markovich the editor will publish it. This despite the fact that he wouldn’t publish a blog with Kirk’s interview of Donald Trump Jr. in November.
I mean I’m not allowed to post it on the site, idk how to make that easier for you to understand. Should I put it in Braille? I guess my comment is, I know you weren’t able to get a job here, but I have one and I have a boss.
— Kmarko (@Kmarkobarstool) November 7, 2019
So they’ll publish non-employees hit pieces on employees, but won’t publish employees when they interview the son of the President of the United States.
Cool blog ya got there Davey.
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