Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Gay Couple Who Harassed Ivanka Trump Trolled in Amazon

Pathetic Gays
There is no better revenge than to see the deserving oppressor squirm and suffer online. What makes it sweeter is that he is a gay loudmouth who thinks everyone should bow to his every whim and demands.

A gay couple and their non-biological child were kicked off a JetBlue flight from New York to San Francisco last 22 December after one of the men recognized Ivanka Trump and thought that he had every right to harassed her before takeoff.

Daniel Goldstein, an attorney from Brooklyn, accosted Ms. Trump who was traveling with her partner Jared Kushner and their three children.

"Why is she on our flight? She should be flying private." Goldstein reportedly said. It’s unclear whether the comment was made directly to Ivanka or simply said aloud.

The ordeal was captured in images published to Twitter by Goldstein’s husband, Matthew Lasner, and a backlash is costing him on Amazon.

Lasner, a professor at Hunter College’s department of urban policy and planning in New York City, is the author of "High Life: Condo Living In The Suburban Century" and his book is being flooded with 1-star reviews, most containing plane-related puns.

Amazon user Tom Wellborn writes: "An oddly written book. Seems to start in one direction, then flys over to another unrelated subject, then jets back to yet another area, left me feeling Blue ..." user fmp4369 writes: "Book left me feeling like I was stuck at an airport. Story didn’t have any altitude. Hopefully it's not made into an in flight movie."

Some are less subtle with their critiques: "Should be called Low Life." writes Anthony S. "Author Matthew Lasner is one of the two angry men (married) who publicly harassed Ivanka Trump and her family on a JetBlue flight in December 2016. Do not support or purchase anything this man touches." says Terrance Wilson.

Lasner and Goldstein with their young son were removed from the flight and put on next one available. Jet Blue in a statement said: "The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly. If the crew determines that a customer is causing a conflict on the aircraft, the customer will be asked to deplane, especially if the crew feels the situation runs the risk of escalation during flight."

Since the controversy began Lasner’s page on the Hunter College faculty site has been removed, casting doubt over his continued employment with the school.

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