The CEO of SCOTTeVEST, Scott Jordan just managed to buy himself a whole pack of trouble with a pretty insulting post about his customers.
Jordan’s company makes clothing that designed to hold electronic devices such as phones and other items, with “tons of hidden pockets and unique features.”
Here’s a video explaining the clothing.
But, in typical liberals elitist fashion, he apparently has no problem putting down a significant protion of his customers who he views as lesser than him.
He posted this horrible screed on Facebook, attacking his customers who were Fox viewers and calling them “f*cking idiots” saying he sold to them because they were so gullible and they made him rich.
*Warning for language*
“I laugh to myself and tell them we primarily advertise on Fox because we find their viewership to be extremely gullible and much easier to sell than other networks.
The look on their face at that time is priceless. I am not kidding you.
I get to tell them they are fucking idiots while getting rich off them.”
After a short period, where he obviously thought better of his actions, Jordan, pulled down the post. But of course, the internet is forever and many people had already grabbed screenshots of it.
Needless to say, this didn’t go over well, and Jordan’s Facebook was overwhelmed with people criticizing his post.
Calling customers ‘idiots’ is a fairly idiotic move and people let him know it.
Here’s a small sample.
He’s made it clear in the past that he’s more than a little liberal.
After hearing all the furor, the company put out a statement on their website.
The recent offensive and inexcusable social media post by Scott Jordan does not reflect the views of SCOTTeVEST. In 2017, Mr. Jordan stepped down from the management of SCOTTeVEST and he is not involved in our daily operations.
We are extremely sorry for his unacceptable comments. Mr. Jordan’s post was impulsive and inappropriate for too many reasons to list, and rightfully offended so many people.
We strongly disagree with the views expressed by Mr. Jordan.
But he’s still the CEO although he has no involvement with day-to-day operations?
He’s obviously still connected with the company in whatever capacity. So it doesn’t sound as though the company is taking it seriously enough.
So sorry if the apology rings a little hollow if you still are keeping the man on the payroll.
Jordan himself is now apologizing, realizing he bought himself a lot of trouble.
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]