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Nucka News Reporter Chris Golden In Hot Water Over False Accusations
INTERNET -- As day two of the so-called Ruckagate controversy continues, Nucka Nucka Ali and his army of Nuckas have begun a new offensive. Their strategy: defame long-trusted news source JNN. At approximately 1:00pm EDT, Mr. Ali issued a call to arms for all Nuckas on Twitter. Ali said the Nuckas "need NUCKA NEWS Twitter account. So Weird Als fans wont keep distorting the truth b4 running back 2the forum 2call me immature [sic]" Mr. Ali further clarified that "To be the official #NuckaNews reporter, please post a RECAP of yesterday's shinanigans [sic] w/ Weird Al's fans. Be dishonest like them."
At this time several of Nucka's Nuckas began tweeting to Mr. Ali various reports as audition material for his fledgling network, Nucka News. One such reporter was Chris Golden, known on Twitter as @goldenONEc, whose reports focused exclusively on the news network, JNN. [Disclaimer: In the interest of full disclosure, JNN is owned and operated by Jon Katz, known on this forum as TMBJon. JNN is a non-profit news organization.]
After several tweets suggesting Weird Al fans were the leading cause in the rampant spread of "JewAids," Mr. Golden then suggested that JNN has "comprised some airwaves" [sic] and that his followers should "not trust anyone in a Jew hat." It was at this time that Mr. Golden published the following tweet:
JNN, an organization that always double checks its sources, retweeted the above tweet, with the following caveat published immediately thereafter: "The below report from #NuckaNews reporter @GoldenONEc is unconfirmed. We do not have proof that @BarackObama said this quote regarding JNN."
Shortly thereafter, Nucka News issued a correction, stating that "Barry O" was in fact referring to his mailman, not the President of the United States of America. In the interest of full fairness, JNN ran this correction, attributing the mistake to Nucka News.
At this point, JNN assumed the story was over, however Mr. Golden then began a barrage of tweets suggesting that JNN had deleted one of its tweets, as seen here:
JNN was quick to deny that it had deleted any tweets, and we stand on the record that JNN has not deleted a single tweet in its long history on Twitter. Upon further investigation, however, we came across a very interesting discovery: It was in fact NUCKA NEWS reporter Chris Golden who had deleted a previously offending tweet. The above screenshot shows that Mr. Golden tweeted a report that President Barack Obama went on the record slandering JNN. Upon JNN's retweeting of this post, Mr. Golden then deleted said tweet which can be observed by looking at the Twitter account of @goldenONEc
and noting the absence of the tweet shown above.
JNN stands behind this report: we have not today nor have we ever deleted a tweet from our Twitter account, though it appears clear that Nucka News has indeed deleted a false tweet regarding President Obama's slanderous attack on JNN. Which news organization is more trustworthy? This we leave to the readers to decide.