Well, this might change the line up on CTV’s ‘The Social’:
Unless CTV does the right thing. The Straz Clan is done with interviews with CTV. If Don Cherry gets fired for saying You People and not calling out race and this tard Called a Race out and still working. We done with CTV. Toby. Do the same. Too bad. The reporters in West Awesome https://t.co/nzbwt8RnPY
— Strazsr (@strazsr) November 14, 2019
@Strazsr is an account run by Humboldt Bronco’s bus crash victim Ryan Straschnitzki’s dad, Tom. Last week, Ryan flew to Asia for experimental surgery after being paralyzed in the crash. He just started moving his legs on his own as a result while his journey back has been expensive and painful, he’s now been marginalized further by Jess Allen’s comments.
Hi Dawg Nation. Here’s an update on Ryan. Check out this video taken just one week after his life changing surgery. This is mind blowing stuff as Straz, paralyzed in the Humboldt crash, is now moving his legs!! Ryan is putting in tons of rehab hours! Way to go Straz!! pic.twitter.com/t83z1fdhBQ
— Dawg Nation Hockey (@DawgsHockey) November 14, 2019
Toby Boulet is Logan Boulet’s dad. Logan lost his life in the Humboldt bus crash and his organs saved the lives of several people giving birth to the ‘Logan Boulet Effect’ where hundreds signed organ donor cards after his passing saving hundreds of lives in the process. Toby lives with the death of his son every day who, according to Jess Allen, was one of these ‘mean, white boys’.
HOW DARE YOU! You do not know my son or the other sons on the Bronco bus. You are spreading assumptions on a National scope based upon YOUR personal experience. Do better CTV! @straz @cjoseph23 @Laurie_13645 @LerayLeicht @CTVNews https://t.co/iUon1aSLq3
— Toby Boulet (@TobyBoulet) November 13, 2019
This is the kind of pr CTV doesn’t. It paints BELL onto a corner when they become complicit in upsetting victims of that appalling accident.
It’s a crying shame, really. There was no need to weaponize a game for performance points and like Don, if she would have apologized and if CTV addressed it properly, we wouldn’t be here.
But what fun is that, really?