Things got ugly between the Minnesota Vikings and former punter Chris Kluwe on Friday night. The Vikings came out swinging releasing a snippet of a report on the situation, to which Kluwe said the “NSA is wildly applauding the Vikings’ definition of ‘open and transparent’ right now.”
Specifically, the Vikings trying to flip the table on Kluwe to make him look like the bad guy for making some insensitive jokes about “raping any little boys” towards a coach who was a ‘Penn State guy.’
Kluwe admitted that he did play a role in the joke but wasn’t the lone participant, accusing them of leaving that information out of what they released.
That is when Kluwe decided to pull some more information out of his bag that the Vikings weren’t necessarily expecting.
“Wonder what else they might be covering?” Kluwe pondered on Twitter. “Oooh, shall we talk about the time two very well known Vikings players were caught in a compromising situation with an underage girl?”
Now that is a serious accusation and one that certainly will bring about some more questions and hopefully some more investigating. Kluwe went on to declare that “special teams hears everything” adding “bet you didn’t hear about that one in the news.”
Kluwe said he wasn’t going to say anything else, instead that he’d “save all that for the trial. It’ll be more fun that way.” The real question is whether or not he’d take the money in a settlement to shut up, which he says will go to LBGTQ charities, or blow the whistle and unleash all that he knows to do what is right, which he claims is his primary motivation.
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