OHIO FIREFIGHTER'S FB POST: SAVING 1 DOG MORE IMPORTANT THAN SAVING 1 MILLION NIG*ERS

*There’s a-holes and then there’s THIS a-hole. He needs to especially be put on blast. His name is Tyler Roysdon. He’s a volunteer firefighter for Franklin Township in Ohio and he’s (rightfully) in some deep, deep sh*t for his extra, extra racial comment that he posted on Facebook the other day. This a-hole actually thought […] The post Ohio Firefighter’s FB Post: Saving 1 Dog More Important Than Saving 1 Mi...

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