Loser New York Post writer defends Astros from Philly fans ahead of Game 3
New York is officially the City of Losers. The Mets choked away the NL East and lost in the Wild Card, the Yankees got shit on by the Astros, and now New York Post writer Jon Heyman has taken it to a whole new level. The sad, strange little man penned an op-ed defending the Astros – the biggest cheaters since the early 1900s – from the ‘ire’ of Phillies fans before they even take the field.
The New York Post must love being cucked by the Astros:
Well, first of all, they deserve everything they’re going to get and more.
Second of all…
What a lame fucking article. He tries to defend the biggest cheating scandal in a hundred years because it happened five years ago, yet brings up Eagles fans throwing snowballs at Santa of 50 years go.
Which is it, Jon? You simple-minded buffoon.
Even further also went on to call Altuve and Bregman the ‘least guilty.’ I don’t care how old a player was or whether or not it was their idea, if they were in the dugout and were key players on a cheating squad, they are complicit and culpable for their teammate’s actions 100%. Plus, considering how dogshit and embarrassing their apologies were, I don’t see how you can’t have hate in your heart for those clowns.
I truly cannot get over how much of a waste of time and energy that column was. Nobody gives a fuck that you wore a cheese head to an Eagles vs Packers game and got shit for it.
I know the New York Post is a tabloid better used for bedding at an animal shelter than actual reading, but even this falls below their already subterranean standard as a publication.
Philadelphia is the most oppositional-defiant city in the country. If you tell us not to do something, we are immediately overcome with a need to do that thing. ESPECIALLY, if it’s written in a rag like the New York Post.
We were already going to torture Astro fans and players for all nine innings, but any Phillies fan that sees this will have just a little extra gas in the tank. So if the New York Post‘s goal was to increase the ire of Philadelphia fans, he was actually rather successful.
Unfortunately, I think the goal of the article was to show off how brain dead their writers are. At least that’s what it felt like reading that drek.