I feel sorry for Dan Marcotte. one second he’s buying meat, the next, people are calling him with death threats. Tough crowd in Lakewood BC
Source: Dan Marcotte has a big heart and has used his Dan-Mel moving company to help others in the past, giving his moving services away free of charge to help those in need during the 2017 and 2018 wildfire seasons.
“Nobody remembers that now.” Marcotte also donated $1,000 to the Lake Country Food Bank after the incident, which he says was grateful and supportive. He feels now that his life could be in danger and he worries his business could go under if people stop calling for his services.
He says he got caught up in the anxiety most people are feeling about the coronavirus and made the large purchase for his own family.
“If me and my girlfriend had done this two months ago nobody would say a bloody word. We’re getting crucified for buying two carts of meat. We might have gone overboard, but we didn’t push people or laugh at anyone.”
“I’m not feeling safe, and me and my girlfriend are scared.”
Poor bastard. If Dan buys all that meat three weeks ago, people just think he’s having a family reunion bbq. Because he did it 2 days ago during a worldwide pandemic, people are threatening to kill him.
Threatening to murder someone is a big commitment. A commitment that shouldn’t be made over a package of thick-cut bacon or kielbasa.
This poor bastard freaked out and went overboard after listening to ‘all the news media’ and bought all the meat at a grocery store. He didn’t kill a cashier or piss on the produce. He panicked after seeing lineups of people doing the same thing and now he feels bad.
Granted, the death threats might be a motivating factor, but he’s donated $1000 dollars to the store so they can give shoppers some meat on him and that’s a good thing.
Let’s stop threatening to kill Dan, please. Save it for the asshole who coughs on your neck at the pharmacy. Then it’s justifiable homicide.