Coleman Bonner, from Alabama, thought it was a good idea to insult the people and town of Gatlinburg, which just burnt to the ground as a result of a wildfire.
Up to 14 people lost their life and that fun little town on the hill was torched.
And of course, some guy named Coleman, like the cooler, except not very cool - posted the following nonsense to Facebook and he lost his job. I suppose his employer didn't want to deal with a whiny elitist smarmy liberal after all.
I thought liberals were the tolerant ones, yet here's this jackwagon being the opposite.
Very glad I'm not a liberal, because then I'd feel bad calling this loser a POS.
I don't feel bad. He's a turd.
And let's not forget that once you insult all the people who lived/worked/shopped in Gatlinburg, that it kinda makes Coleman Bonner look like an arson suspect.
Posted on December 7, 2016 in News
AL - An Alabama man who referred to residents of Gatlinburg as "mouth-breathing, toothless, Trump-suckin' pond scum" in the wake of last week's deadly wildfires has lost his job and been targeted by social media users as a possible suspect in the blaze.
On Nov. 29, Coleman Bonner of Wessington in Chilton County posted a message to his personal Facebook page in regards to the wildfires in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevier County, Tennessee.
"Funny story. I was recently in Gatlinburg. Had a terrible time. I felt the place was a cesspool of consumerism and a bastion of the worst aspect of southern culture. Turns out a wildfire just burned most of the town to the ground. Good riddance, Gatlinburg. And good luck you mouth-breathing, toothless, diabetic, cousin-humpin,' mountain-dew chugging, moon-pie-munchin,' pall-mall smoking,', Trump-suckin' pond scum. (Chuckles and smiles like the smarmy liberal elitist I am," Bonner wrote.
The post came just days after as many as 14,000 people were evacuated from Gatlinburg and the surrounding area after a wildfire on the Great Smoky Mountain National Park's Chimneys Top 2 Trail spread into the tourist town. As many as 17,000 acres have burned, 1,700 structures have been damaged or destroyed and 14 people have died as a result of the blaze.
Shortly after his post, Bonner's employer, Express Oil Change and Tire Engineers, began receiving messages about the statements.