NHL Hurricanes doesn’t know who the sad MAGA Bro is


The Carolina Hurricanes are completely gone

The Carolina Hurricanes went completely “I Don’t Know It” in the heartbreaking MAGA bro Dawson Buchanan.
picture: Getty Images

Back in 2019, Twitter user Embed a Tweet He said that, every day, there is one main character on Twitter. Your goal, every day, is not to be that character. Enter Dawson Buchanan.

Dawson is upset that he’s fired from his next job at the private jet charter company PJS, which he was really passionate about. They sent him a laptop! Bought new clothes! unfair!

Of course, Dawson views this as a “bully,” not what it is: a private company that tries to protect its reputation and avoids having to explain to its clients why it has hired a man as a malicious fascist enabler who instigates a mob. I must hate to “hire as desired”, are we right? In fact, we are sure that one political party tends to support this concept more than the other. Who knows.

And then, Duck milk He appeared, as he always does. To the extent that you can milkshake duck a person Voluntarily to Trump.

Turns out, Dawson She played a ‘major’ role On the Trump re-election committee, the travel and places coordination for a man who took newborns away from their mothers and put the babies in cages, makes Dawson’s plea, “I did nothing wrong” hollow.

After Dawson spent every morning blaming the NHL in general, and the Carolina Hurricanes in particular, for the fact that he was no longer excited about a job he no longer had, Canes responded from the top of the rope.

But of course there is more. Isn’t there always?

Dawson, seemingly willing and able to play the victim card, has put out a small and insignificant detail: He was at the mutiny at the Capitol on January 6. Twitter had a field day pulling receipts of Dawson sympathetic to Trump.

Who knows, man, maybe if you weren’t actively associated with not only Donald Trump, but also were part of the group of henchmen who tried to turn against the United States government, your employer – who isn’t the NHL or Carolina Hurricanes – you wouldn’t feel the need to quit your job. Actions have consequences, boy. We are sorry that the biased treatment of the white supremacy leader could not protect you this time.

If there’s one thing all these affected white men have in common, it’s a feeling of entitlement to whatever they want, followed by shock and dread when they learn their actions have consequences. Sad!

Like it? Share with your friends!



Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *