Not so sure how this is controversial

…since I’d say the same myself about our governor here in Indiana.  And our mayor in Indianapolis.

The current controversy was over a tweet by Adams attacking Governor Roy Cooper in May for shutting down the state. The tweet: “This evening I ate pizza and drank beer with six guys at a six seat table top. I almost felt like a free man who was not living in a slave state of North Carolina. Massa Cooper, let my people go.”

North Carolina has an asshole Democrat governor who has exercised his power in a tyrannical and unconstitutional manner, and is probably going to find himself impeached by the state House of Representatives over it, so I’m not sure how Adams misstated or said anything controversial.

The only thing I’d probably add in Indiana’s case would be, “I was unaware Indiana was a slave state till Holcomb and Hogsett came along.”

Anyone who is offended either by that or by what Mike Adams said is ignoring the facts on the ground.

BTW, UNCW paid big bucks to persuade Adams go away.  I wouldn’t mind a lovely parting gift of $504,000 from my employer to retire, but I guess I’m not that controversial.

H/T Instapundit, who has a couple of other observations.