USA Today Smears Heisman Winner Over Tweets He Wrote as 14-Year-Old

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USA Today published a collection of what they called “homophobic” tweets written by Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray when he was a 14-year-old child, just hours after he had been awarded the Heisman Trophy.

The now-deleted tweets referenced the word “queer.” Yahoo Sports posted a screenshot of the juvenile tweets — along with a warning that the message contains “language that may be found offensive.

USA Today “journalist” Scott Gleeson called the tweets offensive and anti-gay.

Murray later apologized for the “poor choice of word that doesn’t reflect who I am or what I believe.”

USA Today’s deliberate attack on Murray sparked furious outrage among Americans who are sick and tired of politically correct social justice warriors.

But it turns out this may have been a well-orchestrated plot to smear the Heisman Trophy winner.

Does USA Today have a staffer dedicated to digging up dirt on sports figures who may written or said something inappropriate as a young teenager? Really?

It’s not the first time that social justice warriors disguised as journalists have conspired to take down someone because of something they wrote on social media as a young child.

Our public universities are responsible for creating this dangerous new world of perpetually-offended snowflakes – triggered by the sophomoric rantings of a 14-year-old child.

Parents need to have a serious chat with their children about the dangers lurking in the dark shadows of the Internet. Somewhere at this very moment a social justice warrior is digging up dirt on a 10-year-old that will ultimately destroy the child’s future career and good name.

Just ask Kyler Murray.

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