Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Curt Schilling bombarded by vile tweets about his daughter

Retired baseball great Curt Schilling posted on Twitter that his daughter was accepted at Salve Regina, New Jersey college where she will play softball.

And then the trouble started.

From Philly.com:
After that, "tweets with the word rape, bloody underwear and pretty much every other vulgar and defiling word you could likely fathom began to follow," Schilling wrote.

He posted multiple screenshots of some of the worst responses and detailed information about the offenders:

"The Sports Guru”? Ya he's a DJ named Adam Nagel (DJ is a bit strong since he's on the air for 1 hour a week) on Brookdale Student Radio at Brookdale Community College. How do you think that place feels about this stud representing their school? You don't think this isn't going to be a nice compilation that will show up every single time this idiot is googled the rest of his life? What happens when a potential woman he's after googles and reads this?

The other clown? He's VP of the Theta Xi fraternity at Montclair State University. I gotta believe if Theta Xi is cool with a VP of one of their chapters acting like this I'd prefer to have no one I know in it. Also, does anyone attending Montclair State University have a student handbook? If so can you pass it along because I am pretty sure there are about 90 violations in this idiots tweets."
But there is some good news.

"The Sports Guru" has been suspended from his radio gig--and "the other clown" has been fired from his part-time ticket selling job with the New York Yankees.

Schilling, a political conservative, is a great father and a true patriot.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cyber-bullying is certainly terrible.
And Curt Schilling is certainly a great conservative. He decried big government tirelessly, even as he was taking $75M from big government for his complete failure of a video gaming development venture. That's $75 million the hard-working taxpayers of Rhode Island will never see again. Why didn't true conservative Curt go to a bank, or a venture capitalist, for the cash? Why didn't he just use his own money? He certainly went through a lot more than that playing baseball.
That's because Curt is a true conservative, completely comfortable at the public trough, and lacking the conscience to make right on any of his debts. A Patriot, indeed!