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Twitter is a minefield...just ask Skip Bayless
The fake outrage mob attacked Skip Bayless after asking some very simple question in wake of the Damar Hamlin's accident on Monday Night Football.
I’ve been on Twitter since 2009, and it’s by far my favorite social media platform to engage with others on. The pros outweigh the cons, but my goodness are the cons there. The amount of cancel-culture fake outrage snowflakes that are eager to be offended and pissed off about something is immeasurable.
If you’ve been living under a rock, and haven’t heard about the tragic Damar Hamlin accident, where he went into cardiac arrest after completing a tackle. The game being played between Hamlin’s Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals was a highly anticipated game with huge playoff stakes. Skip Bayless brought this up in a tweet.
The fact that he called the game irrelevant at the end of the tweet doesn’t matter to the snowflakes because they united and went on the offensive with a fake outrage attack.
Even the great Jimmy’s Famous Seafood melted under the heat of fake outrage.
So either all these idiots, including the great Reggie Bush who is my all-time favorite Trojan, either didn’t finish reading the tweet, didn’t pass first grade reading comprehension, are going along with the fake outrage mob, or didn’t bother to read his previous tweets to take the message in context.
How hard is this to understand? How can all these buffoons not see what Skip was trying to say. Hey, we got this NFL game going on over here with very high stakes, but it’s irrelevant given the fact that Hamlin is fighting for his life.
Do I believe Skip when he apologized? Yes, and no. He was just trying to cover the story from every perspective, and got attacked because of it. I don’t think that was his intent and he is sorry about that, but it probably did huge “Numbies.” And in the media game, “Numbies” are everything.
What these self-righteous fake outrage losers don’t understand is that when they make an individual or company a target, thousands and perhaps millions more come to their defense. Joe Rogan, Barstool Sports, and Goya Foods are just a few examples of who the pissant cancel culture mob has tried to take down unsuccessfully.
I’ll always be a champion of free speech, and continue to be a strong advocate for the First Amendment. And i’ll continue to speak against enemies of free speech.
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