This guy came out like a linebacker lining up a quarterback when he slammed the media and defended Raiders former coach Jon Gruden who just resigned because he said mean things in emails.
It was JD Vance who went on Laura Ingraham’s show to say “What does it matter what Jon Gruden said in emails 10 years ago? Who are the victims? Who were the people who were victimized? Certainly not the recipients of this email. Certainly nobody affected today by it. I think it’s ridiculous that the guy lost his job!” Vance claims there are no real victims of the emails and shames the media for focusing on it when there’s real problems to solve. It should be pointed out that not all of Gruden’s emails were from 10 years ago, as some were more recently like just a few years ago.
But still – who even cares? This is probably what 12-year-olds say any second of the day while playing Call of Duty. Do you see them crying about it? Does that make it right to say? No, it doesn’t, but does anyone actually honestly care what mean things some football coach said in an email? I definitely do not. Have you ever been to an NFL game? There are much worse things said on the field and in the stands or parking lots when people are partying.
WATCH VANCE THROW A HAIL MARY FOR GRUDEN:
Jon Gruden should not have resigned. Was what he said rude and distasteful? Sure, but he’s a darn football coach and I am like 99% sure no one even cares what he said.
Was Gruden bullied into a resignation? I believe he was. I think there might be something worse they were going to unravel if he didn’t resign. Otherwise, why would a coach resign over saying a few mean things in an older email? What else is going on that caused him to actually resign?
There seriously had to be something else. Who is crazy enough to resign over a mean email? Come on, now. This doesn’t add up.
For crying out loud, Jeffrey Toobin was whacking his shriveled willy on Zoom and he got back on CNN.
The NFL has actual criminals playing in it, but mean emails are what leads to a resignation? This makes no sense in any way, shape, or form whatsoever.
Like Dave Chappelle said about the rapper who made mean comments and also shot someone. “In our country, you can shoot and kill” someone, just don’t hurt someone’s feelings.
Well, he said it a little bit differently, but I can’t say it like he does. Uh, you know, because…