“Hey, hey, ho, ho, Gym Jordan’s got to go.” Ah, the sites and sounds of protests can indeed be beautiful. And they were particularly lovely in New York City as large amounts of New Yorkers told Gym Jordan how they REALLY felt about him. “Hey, hey, ho, ho.”
Jordan, as you know, had gone to the big apple to insult and disrespect DA Alvin Bragg and the people of New York. And they weren’t having it.
“Gym Jordan’s got to go.”
“Let the public in!”
As protests are a beautiful thing, so too are New Yorkers. New Yorkers are a tough and passionate lot who do not take kindly to their city being invaded by former sports coaches who have imminent documentaries coming out about what shitty people they are.
Jordan had taken his clown show on the road, hoping to garner headlines about what a terrible city New York is. Instead, the only headlines he garnered are what an idiotic oaf he is.
“Get out of our city.”
“Hey, hey. Ho Ho.”
Unfortunately for Gymbo, few wanted to hear from him. The guy looked like what he is — a giant colossal loser. Very little of what Gym did was covered by national media except for the pundits who just don’t get it (Here’s looking at YOU, Andrea Mitchell.)
This all went down at the Jacob Javits federal building. “STOP THAT HEARING!” Well, what did Gym expect? That New Yorkers would arrive bringing him tea and crumpets? That they would warmly welcome him to their great city? Not chance in hell.
Gym Jordan got what he deserved. And that is a disdainful welcome, a complete repudiation, and tons of New Yorkers who let Gym know, in no uncertain terms, that they wanted him to get the hell OUT of their city and go home.
“Hey, hey. Ho. Ho.”