Seahawks’ Frank Clark Is Human Garbage
You know me, I try to keep my outrage when I see it’s fit to rage about something. Last night, this is one of those things that caused me rage. Natalie Weiner, a talented writer for Bleacher Report, wrote a story about Greg Hardy and his return to the NFL. In that, she linked to a piece she wrote about Frank Clark, Seattle Seahawks defensive end, who got charged with domestic violence and got kicked off Michigan’s team. Clark responded to the reporter tonight insulting her profession.
writing about domestic violence is fun and risk free pic.twitter.com/XGqCQ6RvNQ
— Natalie Weiner (@natalieweiner) May 10, 2017
It’s hard to wrap your head around what Clark was thinking here. He’s an obvious piece of shit who didn’t try to make himself better after a terrible incident. Clark clearly is the same tone-deaf manchild he was at Michigan. The apology stunk too. He didn’t put her in a tweet, rather, just mad some bullshit comment about the world plus it doesn’t help when he’s liking tweets of people saying he shouldn’t apologize. No one cares because he can sack the quarterback 10 times and had a great second year which means no one on Seahawks will give a damn. Even in one of the more progressive, forward cities, no one is going to raise a peep about this which makes it the ultimate frustration.
Clark can leave forever.