What sort of society have we become when a portion of the population celebrates the death of a man because he was successful?
On Thursday, a helicopter crash in the Bahamas claimed the lives of seven people.
West Virginian, Chris Cline, his daughter, three of her friends and two other men perished after their helicopter went down into the ocean shortly after take off.
However, since Mr. Cline was a self-made billionaire—and in the coal industry—the Left has taken to social media and expressed…joy in the death of Mr. Cline and his fellow passengers.
Here is a small sampling of what has been posted on Twitter:
Chris Cline is on the express track to hell now. You reap what you sew.
— Ben Yanken (@BYanken) July 6, 2019
It's God's punishment for getting rich by polluting the world with coal. The preceding ludicrous statement is and example of how absurd a large portion of @realDonaldTrump supporters sound to informed, intelligent people.
— HOWARD ROBERTS (@HROBERTSD) July 6, 2019
A coal billionaire died? 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/LfSMmmQL8a
— Josh the Pagan (@JoshthePagan) July 6, 2019
Sorry to hear this. However, in the Old South the slaves would be singing in jubilation:
"Massa's In The Cold Cold Ground."
I wonder if Chris Cline will meet up with all the 1000s of coal miners who died from Black Lung disease as a result of breathing coal, in his after life?
— #BRUCEHAWES (@BRUCEHAWES) July 6, 2019
Good riddance to Chris Cline.
— Shake and Mix (@hodisho) July 6, 2019
Oh and Mother Nature got her revenge on that billionaire King of Coal Chris Cline by offing him. Lol.
— Bashy 바쉬 (@Bashore101) July 6, 2019
— Mole Man is Lit (@KingMoleMan) July 5, 2019
Meh, one less 1%er.
— Cosmic Gaijin (@ArtisteAzure) July 5, 2019
Chris Cline was willfully destroying the planet.
— Michael ͮ ͑ ͮⓋ ͮ ͑ ͮ (@cookmichaelv13) July 6, 2019
I hope there's a hell where Chris Cline gets to dig coal to fire its furnace. F*ck mountaintop removal. https://t.co/PmlLO9VASC
— Anne Mitchell (@tizzie) July 6, 2019