This Trump-supporting student got so mad when his classmates photoshopped his face onto a cracker that he tried to press charges
The biggest bitch in America right now is Ryan Wolfe, a white student at Wake Forest who got so angry that classmates photoshopped his face onto a cracker that he tried to press charges.
He appeared on Tucker Carlson last night to be called a strong and brave boy.
After an event at his college, Ryan said, he was "handed a box of saltine crackers, and in a group chat during the event a student photoshopped my face onto a cracker."
Tucker interrupted Ryan to ask: "I assume that’s a slur against your ethnicity, correct?"
And Ryan, like a complete wuss responded: "Yes, that’s how it was intended, absolutely."
A pic of the cracker edit is included:
It began when a student tweeted about handing Ryan a box of crackers at a College Republican event, and then called him a "mayonnaise monster lookin asss."
This happened back in October 2016, and Ryan is still angry about it.
Tucker thanked him for coming on his show, and called him "brave."
"Ryan, I really appreciate how brave you are to come on, and how clearly you expressed that," he said. "In a way you’re a credit to Wake Forest, because you’re impressive. But the school is obviously not living up to its own standards."