Talk about pulling some strings just to fit your agenda.
Boston Globe writer, Dugan Arnett wrote a piece yesterday about how Patriots fans are looking at Tom Brady differently due to his relationship with President Donald Trump. Arnett features two fans that feel differently about Tom due to the friendship:
Chuck Daly said “With sports, there definitely are a lot of things that you overlook in order to just enjoy the entertainment of it,” said Daly, a 26-year-old South Shore native. “I was a Pats fan my whole life. I want to watch and love them and root for them. I just feel like I can’t.” (Referring to the Patriots owner, coach and star QB’s relationship with President Trump.
Haji Shearer said “I find it very hard to support the Patriots now,”, a 54-year-old small business owner who grew up in Dorchester rooting for the team but is disillusioned by Brady’s friendship with Trump.
“When the Patriots win, there’s enough of my life-long allegiance to the team where I can still feel good about it. (But) when the Patriots lose — you know that hurt, that empty feeling, that comes when your team loses? I don’t experience that anymore.”
Turns out, these two random “fans” are just friends of the author of this article. Arnett was just exposed as a total fraud. Is there anyone with integrity at the Boston Globe? Like, one person? The whole outlet is a bunch of frauds.
Let’s be real, no real Patriots fan is wavering over Brady’s relationship with Donald Trump. People like this guy with the Starbucks profile picture are the ones wavering. Who am I to judge who these guys are friends with? Brady has been friends with Donald Trump since roughly 2002 after the Patriots won the Super Bowl and Trump invited Brady to the Ms. America Pageant.
As for Dugan, next time write a piece trashing an entire organization, make sure you ‘unfriend’ your ‘random fans’ before you publish a piece like this you dope.
h/t Kirk & Callahan