Ben Davis goes off on Twitter in response to Glen Macnow being scared of the smoke in Philly, could be a dark sign of things to come
Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Ben Davis wants you to know that the smoke covering the city of Philadelphia is a non-issue.
Davis took to Twitter last night replying to radio host Glen Macnow’s tweet about the smoke that has filled the Delaware Valley skies over the past 48 hours.
Macnow claims he spent ten minutes outside and it felt like someone rubbed sandpaper in his eyes and dumped acid down his throat. He ended his tweet by urging the kind folks in the Philadelphia area to stay inside.
Ben Davis however, wasn’t impressed.
Davis responded saying that he threw batting practice to his oldest son, long tossed for 2 hours around noon, worked out with his cellar doors wide open, and went for a jog afterwards.
He concluded that there are absolutely no issues happening outside and that the smoke is nothing but a mental issue.
To summarize, if you’re bitching about the smoke outside, then you’re nothing more than a pussy.
Ben Davis wasn’t finished.
The ‘pussification’ of America was just too much for Ben Davis to ignore.
After someone replied to him explaining that there is literal smoke everywhere with the Air Quality Index in code red hazardous. Crawmatt on Twitter stepped on the hornets nest.
He responded to let Crawmatt know that he can stay inside and “hold the fort down” while he’ll be maintaining his farm and land and doing whatever else the Good Lord allows him to do.
Now, it seems like he read my previous article and realized he’s a huge baby on the broadcast, so he’s taking a different approach.
Davis is outside, braving the elements, training his kids to be professional baseball players, opening up his windows and doors, and jogging through 328+ AQI like it’s just some type of mindset that can be overlooked.
Ben Davis has farm and land to tend. It’s his God given right to do what he wants in this country and won’t let anyone stand in his way from doing just that.
So again, I ask you what changed with Ben Davis?
I can respect Ben Davis’ passion. That’s a non-issue for me and I thought his tweets were hilarious.
I admit that I even had to check to make sure that it was actually a Ben Davis account before writing about this because I was already convinced it was just a troll pretending to be Ben Davis and saying wild things after 10PM on Twitter.
I now realize that it is Ben Davis and he’s probably 100% serious with his views on the smoke.
The next logical step in figuring out what Davis was thinking is clear.
Ben Davis might have inhaled too much smoke and that made him somewhat loopy last night on social media after the Phillies game was postponed.
If you’re under that impression, then you should ask yourself if you ever felt the same after sitting by a bonfire all night with your friends.
If the answer is no, then you should probably ask yourself if the smoke outside is actually coming from a forest fires in Canada.
Have you seen a video of the ACTUAL wildfires in Canada?
Of course you haven’t. Instead, you’re just given images of trees burning and this 100% real and not fake photo of these super clean and if we’re being honest, sexy firefighters in the woods with clean axes.
Why do they have axes? Why are they so clean? Drew, what are you suggesting?
Well my friends, you know exactly what I’m suggesting.
The smoke that clearly had an effect on Ben Davis isn’t even from a wildfire in Canada.
There are darker forces at play here. Whatever chemical Davis was inhaling all day yesterday had a clear effect on his mental stability and all things considered, it could be a sign of things to come.
Brandon Marsh spoke to reporters yesterday about playing in the smoke and had this to say.
What do zombies actually have to do with wildfires in Canada?
Does Brandon Marsh know something that we don’t know?
What does Canadian native Rob Thomson know?
Why is Jeffery Epstein’s best friend, Bill Gates trying to spray dust in the air to block the sun?
Listen, I don’t have the answers. I just hope that we don’t look back at Ben Davis and his tweets about the smoke and realize he was patient zero in a post-apocalyptic future and realize that we as American citizens didn’t do our part in stopping the end of the world before it was too late.
Stay strong. Stay vigilant. Ring The Bell.