@Metspolice and myself tried to warn a lot of you about the backlash that could happen with a billionaire who made his money off the stock market. You all said you didn't care that he paid a $1.8 billion dollar fine to the SEC a few years ago and it was fine as long as he makes the team into a winner. Man a lot of you are hypocrites. I am glad Steve bought the Mets over JLO and AROD. A lot of you folks don't realize how the stock market has been run basically its whole existence. You guys think what he did was a crime? Ethically ambiguous maybe. Crime not from what I can see.
Was just waiting to see how long the honeymoon would last. I guess we found out.
Mets by some miracle get a new owner who’s interactive with fans, has a good sense of humor, and listens to our ideas for a better Citi Field experience.— ⚾️CPA⚾️ (@MrMet_CPA) January 30, 2021
What does Twitter do? Falsely accuse him of a major crime with no evidence to back it up.
Why am I on here again??? pic.twitter.com/zbv4nHlY4Q
Steve handled it fine. It was the Dave Portnoys and wannabe Wall Street tycoons that need to delete their accounts, not Steve.— M**** (@msw_sports) January 30, 2021
Hopefully Steve Cohen gives his full attention to the Mets. I don’t want him being bothered by most of the idiots from #MetsTwitter.... it’s prob best for Steve Cohen to not be on this app.— Parlay Police (@JoelMetsNY) January 30, 2021