Politico’s Glenn Thrush: By cutting Ray Rice, Ravens cut income to his wife
— Matt O'Brien (@Mattfobrien) September 8, 2014
While some wondered what the cutting of Ray Rice by the Baltimore Ravens would do to their fantasy football teams, Politico’s Glenn Thrush was confronting another “inconvenient truth”: By terminating Rice, the Ravens were also cutting the income of Rice’s wife, “whom they now care so deeply about.”
Inconvenient truth: In terminating Ray Rice, Ravens cut income to Rice's wife whom they now care so deeply about. http://t.co/Pe7VJeuJqh
— Glenn Thrush (@GlennThrush) September 8, 2014
And what an income!
— Pinkbunny (@pinkbunny70) September 8, 2014
— chad (@felizestatriste) September 8, 2014
— Brad Johnson (@brad_dallas) September 8, 2014
That aside, plenty were appalled by the message Thrush was sending.
@GlennThrush How is that different than with any other case of domestic violence. I guess women should just shut up and take it, eh?
— Dave Leibowitz (@davesplash) September 8, 2014
@GlennThrush She doesn't care about herself if she stayed with him…
— Katie (@KatieDTW) September 8, 2014
Wow worst take ever https://t.co/aF0VXsJ495
— Jared Keller (@jaredbkeller) September 8, 2014
— Neal Boyd (@grimcity) September 8, 2014
— belleslettres (@belleslettre) September 8, 2014
@GlennThrush is this a serious tweet? Do you think this is a rational and logical point of discussion in all of this?
— Joe (@smokinjoe) September 8, 2014
@GlennThrush Inconvenient Truth: by arresting Aaron Hernandez, police screwed Pats' pass defense in 2013. You're an idiot.
— Jim-Jam (@JimmyOnFire__) September 8, 2014
@GlennThrush Dude, women are now considered full citizens, able to seek employment and income on their own.
— Rick Freeman (@RWFreeman) September 8, 2014